Caramelized apple and cranberry turnovers
Apple Cranberry Turnovers Dessert Fruit Low Fat
Last updated 10/4/2011 8:11:50 PM. Recipe ID 40114. Report a problem with this recipe.
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Title: Caramelized apple and cranberry turnovers
Categories: Dessert, Fruit, Lowfat
Yield: 4 Servings
1 Apple; diced
20 Cranberries; fresh or thawed
4 tb Sugar
8 tb Orange juice
1 ts Cinnamon
1/2 ts Nutmeg
2 ts Cornstarch mixed with
1 1/2 ts Water
4 Phyllo sheets; thawed
Nonstick cooking spray
MMMMM--------------------VANILLA YOGURT SAUCE-------------------------
1 tb Lowfat plain yogurt
2 dr Vanilla extract
1/4 ts Honey
ADVANCE PREP: Saute the first 4 ingredients in a medium saute pan over
medium heat until the fruit softens slightly. Stir in the spices and
cornstarch/water mix, cool and reserve.
Cut phyllo dough into 16 5-inch squares (you'll have some left over).
Make 4 stacks of 4 squares each, coating each layer with nonstick
cooking spray before placing another on top. Spoon 11/2 heaping
tablespoons of the apple mixture in the center of each stack; fold
each in half from corner to corner to form a triangle. Refrigerate
the turnovers for 30 minutes.
BAKE: Preheat oven to 375F. Place turnovers on a cookie sheet coated
with nonstick cooking spray, then spray tops of turnovers. Bake for
15 minutes. Let cool. Store in an airtight container.
SAUCE: Combine all ingredients for Vanilla Yogurt Sauce in an airtight
container. Refrigerate until needed.
TO SERVE: Place turnovers on serving plates and drizzle with Vanilla
Yogurt Sauce. Optional: warm the turnovers in a toaster oven then
drizzle with sauce and serve.
Per serving: 191 calories, 10 percent fat (2.1 grams), 84 percent
carbohydrate, 6 percent protein.
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