Apple Pie Waffles Recipe!
I have been doing an entire week of waffle recipes and now I present to you my personal favorite: Apple Pie Waffles Recipe!! Yum!! These are SO good!
I used my Calphalon Square Waffle Maker to make them. You can do them one of two ways, the easy way or the homemade way 🙂 A package of Pilsbury Apple Turnovers in the dairy section makes these beautiful apple pie waffles. You can also make your own pastry dough from scratch using a turnover dough recipe and make homemade filling. I took the easy way since breakfast around here tends to be crazy and if you are a busy mom like me then you will appreciate how easy and delicious these are!
My Calphalon waffle maker has a no peek temp setting so I can set it to dark and they are done when it dings! If your waffle maker doesn’t have this feature you will need to peek at them until done!
Drizzle with icing when they come out hot. When you cut into the middle you reveal the yummy pie filling! These are SO good! My whole family devoured them! I’m lucky I got any pictures before they were all gone!
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Apple Pie Waffles
- waffle maker
- 1 pkg turnover pastry dough in the refrigerated section
- 1 can apple pie filling
For The Icing
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 2-3 tbsp milk
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- Seperate the turnover pastry dough into squares or rectangles and place on on each waffle maker section. Fill the center with apple pie filling. Cover the square with a second square of pastry dough.
- Set waffle maker to "dark" setting and close lid. Remove when golden brown and cooked through.
- In a small bowl, mix together powdered sugar, milk and vanilla extract until runny. Drizzle over the top of apple pie waffles. Serve immediately.
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I’d love to try these. What type of dough did you use? Because I thought Pillsbury’s Apple Turnovers were frozen/assembled.
Oh, I see now…you fill and then bake the Pillsbury ones. I just assumed they were already put together. Sorry!
I tried to get a pic of them tonight at the store and my grocery store didn’t have any! I found them at Walmart, Pilsbury Apple Turnovers (they also had cherry). They were in the refrigerated dairy section by the crescent rolls. Green box 🙂
wow I think this one looks better then the cinnamon roll waffles ! ! !!
I prefer them over the cinnamon although those are really good too 🙂
Mmm…those look delicious! I would love to get a waffle maker and try some of these recipes!
That looks so good! Thanks for sharing the awesome birthday breakfast recipe!
wow these look so yummy! these are a must try, just as the cinnamon roll ones are 🙂
This looks absolutely delicious!! My grandsons love waffles and apples, so they would really enjoy this!
What a great idea!!! I never get creative with mine.
wow these look amazing! definitely trying this!
What a clever idea. I would not have thought about using apple turnover dough in a waffle maker. It’s recipe makes me want to go out and get a waffle iron!
I’m loving all these waffles recipes.
I’m loving all these waffle recipes.
That looks so good.. pinning it now! Thanks!
Oh my gosh, the waffle recipes are getting better and better. The hard part is I check this mostly at work, lol. Guess I’ll have to wait to try!
This looks so easy to make and very good to eat!
Oh my goodness! These look and sound wonderful! Can’t wait to try them!
These look SO good!! Pinning now!! Thank you, we will be trying these soon.
oh my gosh that looks so good,,Ive got a pear tree that is just loaded ,,I bet this would be good with pears in between too
OK, my stomach is growling uncontrollably now. These look absolutely amazing!
These look so fun and tasty! Now that apple season is here, I’ll have to put aside some smaller portions of pie filling to make these.
these look sooo good. I have to try this
This looks amazing, and perfect for a lazy fall weekend breakfast.
I’d love to try these! My Husband is a big dessert person and would love these!
I love these and I really want to try them. These are going to make a great breakfast for my grandchildren.
Yummmmm! I can’t wait to try!
You sure caught my eye on this one. I’d even love these for dessert. Apple pie is my favorite so these would be wonderful.
I love these! I think I am going to make these really soon. I just have to buy the stuff to make it. Great recipe and thanks for sharing too!
Let me know how you like them! They are so easy 🙂
i must have these!! thats two of the best foods in one. Im loving all the neat things that can be done in a waffle iron
Where is the recipe? Would love to try them……
I just used a package of Pillsbury apple turnovers (found in the dairy section) and cooked them in the waffle iron 🙂
I imagine these would be good, too, if Pillsbury cinnamon roll dough was used–flattening the rolls first, pressing it together so there aren’t the gaps that naturally occur in cinnamon rolls–and following your directions for filling and topping with another roll, then baking in the waffle iron. I think I’ll try it; there’s nobody here to eat them but me, so I can take my time and experiment with all kinds of great things. Thank you for the wonderful idea!
You are very welcome!!
Disappointed to find directions how to assemble, but no recipe for either the dough or the filling.