I was in the mood to bake but I didn’t have a lot of time so I needed a quick recipe. I had some homemade peach jam to use so all I had to do was make some pastry. I used the pastry from this quiche recipe.
Preheat the oven to 350 F. Roll out the pastry so it is less than 1/8″ thick.
Ahem, yes there is a shortage of cookie cutters in our house! But the glass works. Take the round bit of pastry then roll it out further so it is elongated.
Place a dollop of the jam of your choice on one end and fold over. Pinch the edges closed then do a couple of quick slices on the top for vents.
Bake for 30-40 minutes until the pastry is done. Serve and enjoy!
Those look Yummy..I LOVE Peach anything:)
I make the peach jam for my mum as she is the same way. 🙂
She’s very lucky!:)
Actually I am. 😉
I love using a glass instead of cookie cutter: that was all I ever saw my mom use when I was growing up! And I want one of these little guys now. 🙂
They do come in handy!
what a great idea! These must be really yummy and they are so simple to make. I like this easy and delicious recipes you always give! X
Aw thanks. 🙂 I appreciate the positive feedback.
what a great idea. I’d probably cheat & use store bought pastry [gasp!] coz I’m lazy 🙂
LOL too funny. 🙂
These turn-overs look great, and knowing how wonderful your peach jam is, I can taste them just looking at the picture:)
Your Grandma never had a cookie cutter: any glass in the kitchen worked perfectly. Love to see the beat go on.
Dad used the glasses as well. It works though!
This looks awesome!
Thanks. I should try it with the custard I had for apple pie.