"Bludgeoning hard times with a rolling pin"

"Bludgeoning hard times with a rolling pin"

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Elegant cherry turnovers

These turnovers are so simple to make!

Just remember to buy Phyllo dough…the rest is probably on hand.

Here’s all you need:

melted butter, cherry pie filling or other flavor, Phyllo dough, sugar, powdered sugar.

Butter each sheet of Phyllo dough. Stack the buttered layers.

Cut the stack into squares (however big you want).
Top each square with a dollop of pie filling.
Fold each square over and pinch to close.
Brush each turnover with butter and sprinkle with sugar.

Bake at 350 for about 20 to 25 minutes, until dough is golden brown. Let cool.


Drizzle with a powdered sugar and water glaze.

***This recipe featured on A Moderate Life's Two for Tuesdays Recipe Blog Hop. Lots of great recipes there. Check it out!!***


5 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! I could get addicted to these. Easily. Thanks so much for sharing them w/ t4t this week =)

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  2. Krissy! I do so love when things are so easy to make, but so decadent to eat! Very cool and thanks for sharing on the two for tuesday recipe blog hop~ :) Alex@amoderatelife

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  3. girlichef and the clark clan: Thanks so much! The peeps at the two for tuesday recipe blog hop are absolutely "the berries!"

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  4. Nothing better than a dish that looks that gorgeous but is easy to make. I'd be sure to tell everyone how I slaved away over the dish, though ;) Thanks for linking up with Two for Tuesday.

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  5. Ah, a sneaky recipe - one that looks super hard and yet is easy to make - reminds me of that commercial where the lady throws flour all around to pretend she'd been cooking! Your turnover's look heavenly! Thanks for linking to Two for Tues!

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