Fall is definitely on its way, and how better to usher it in than with apple turnovers!
This is a really easy recipe to put together, and very versatile. Any number of fruits could be used in place of apples.
I enjoyed these turnovers, but the crust wasn't quite what I was hoping for. It just wasn't crispy enough, and the flavor was a bit bland. It could have been my fault, because I didn't have sour cream, so I used yogurt in its stead. I don't know. Perhaps I'll try again sometime with sour cream and see if the results are any better.
My son loved these, however, and would have eaten 10 if I'd let him. Actually, he made his own blackberry version - he rolled the dough entirely by himself, and sealed the turnover, too. His little blackberry turnover is pictured with David Lebovitz's fresh mint ice cream from The Perfect Scoop. It doesn't look like mint, because I sweetened it with palm sugar which is fairly dark brown in color, but it was very minty tasting, and delicious.
Thanks to Julie of Someone's in the Kitchen for hosting this week. The recipe for these turnovers can be found on her blog. You can see everyone else's turnovers here.