Beautiful little apple pie bites, flaky and lite, so friendly to your taste glands. You will like them very much decorating your interior.
I was determined that I will make these pie cookies. Looked so easy, so I rolled out the dough and cut out the strips. I asked myself if the cookies would be nicer with the knit netting. I gave it a try…up and down with all those strips, one after another and the knitting came to an end. Time was not on my side ’cause the kids were eager to taste this apple work of mine.
Kitchen full of apples, standing in a row to be used and cut in pieces. That was my next move. Peel them, cut and simmer with a lot of sugar and a bit of vanilla. Thanks to architects who designed my house, I have a terrace and a cold weather outside, so I took the hot apples outside to cool them. It was quick and brrrr :-). I assembled the apples and dough in a pan and baked the cookies until golden.
You can just imagine the happiness in the kitchen with yummy cookies.
Mini apple pie cookiesPRINT RECIPE
- 1 package Puff Pastry
- 1 can Apple Pie filling
- 1 egg
- 1 tablespoon cinnamon
- 2 tablespoons confectioners sugar
Preheat the oven to 350 F degrees. Roll out the dough as thin as possible – it will at least double it’s size while baking. Divide it in half. Pour the apple pie filling on the one half and spread it evenly. Cut strips of the other half of the puff pastry dough. Make them narrow. Arrange them across pie and cut out cookies with round cookie cutter. Carefully transfer the cookies on non stick baking paper. Brush a little egg on the strips and bake for 20-25 minutes.
I have baked all those leftovers too. Not very pretty but tasteful.
If you have a lot of apples, you can prepare your own apple pie filling by cutting small pieces of apple, pouring sugar and vanilla in it and simmering it over the medium heat for a 15 minutes. Apple pie filling has to be cold when comes in touch with the dough.