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Mini Apple Pie Pops

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My Mom used to make the most delicious apple turnovers {which tasted like apple pie to me} when I was little. They were flaky, buttery, filled to the brim with delicious apple filling and the icing. I could eat that with a spoon. I looked forward to those turnovers and could smell them baking every time even half way across the house. As I got older, I found out that my Mom’s world famous apple turnovers turned out to be Pillsbury’s famous Apple Turnovers. Hey, everyone needs a little help in the kitchen. Including me! I’ve taken those fantastic Pillsbury Apple Turnovers and put a fun modern twist on them.


We’ve turned them into pie pops! It doesn’t take much longer than making the traditional triangular turnovers. You’ll probably want to pick up an extra box because these will disappear quickly!

Apple Pie Pops {Makes 12 pops}
What you’ll need:
1- 12 ounce boxPillsbury Real Apple Turnovers

What to do:
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Unfold Pillsbury turnover dough. Separate perforations. Cut the 6 dough squares in half.

3. Spray 12 holes in a mini muffin pan with cooking spray.

4. Clip the corner of the fruit filling pouch with a pair of scissors. Squeeze a small dollop of filling {approximately 1/2 teaspoon} into the center of each piece of dough. Fold dough together so that it forms a ball. Seal edges. Place the ball seam side down into the muffin pan. Continue until all are complete.

5. Bake for approximately 8-10 OR until balls are lightly golden.

6. Insert a lollipop stick into the bottom of each ball {careful not to pierce through}. Drizzle each ball with icing from icing pouch.

Thanks very much to Pillsbury for sponsoring this post and for providing Pillsbury products for me to have some fun with. Check out more posts in this campaign: EASY BREAD BOWLS & COOKIE CUP SUNDAES.

 

 

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