Pillsbury Peach Turn Overs

Pillsbury peach turn over

Pillsbury crescent rolls can be used for so many different meals and desserts. I have seen people roll them out and make pizzas out of them. They are great for this but also amazing by just following the directions on the back of the can. I decided though that they would make a great dessert. These turn overs were quick and easy to put together. They also only took 15 minutes to bake. My sweet craving was satisfied within just a few minutes. I love these turn overs because they can be eaten for dessert, or even for breakfast the next morning. Make a few, eat a few and save the rest for in the morning 🙂 This is a great recipe to have your kids help with because it is so easy. I had my two year helping me roll out the crescent rolls, and she loved it! I hope you enjoy these great turnovers. Don’t forget to head on over to Pillsbury.com to check out other great recipes.


1 can of Pillsbury crescent rolls

1 can of sliced peaches

1/4 cup of brown sugar

1 tsp of cinnamon

powdered sugar

milk

pastry brush

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Take a cookie sheet and spray it with non-stick spray. Open your can of crescent rolls and pull each individual one apart from each other. Lay them out on your counter top and roll them out some.

roll it out

Take a medium size bowl and empty the can of peaches into it. Slice the peaches in half. Sprinkle them with the brown sugar and cinnamon. Stir them up well.

mix

Now place each rolled out roll on the cookie sheet. There are 8 rolls in the can so you will use 4 for the bottoms and 4 for the top of your turn overs. Place a little bit of the peach mixture in the middle of each bottom half turn over.

 

prepare1

Now place the top roll on the turnover. Using a fork and your fingers fold the top and bottom rolls together.

prepare 2

Now take a pastry brush and a little bit of milk and brush the tops of the turn overs. Bake them for 15-20 minutes until they are golden. Remove from oven to let cool for a few minutes. Meanwhile mix together about 6-7 Tablespoons of powdered sugar with about 1/2 cup of milk to make a icing for the top. Drizzle the icing on top of the turnover along with some powdered sugar. Serve warm.

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  • How cute, your daughter looks like she is having so much fun cooking this. I love turnovers! I bet they would taste great with ice cream. 😉

    • CBAsay

      Sammy,
      That would be a great combo with the ice cream. 🙂

  • This looks amazing and so simple to make! Your daughter is adorable.

  • Your assistant is a cutie!

    Peaches were on sale this week for $1.98. I bought four pounds for jam and something I hadn’t yet decided. Now I know I’ll be making turnovers!