Apple Puff Slice

As you are all aware, I’m mainly a cake maker and decorator but I do like to try and bake something a little different. My husband loves apple pies or crumbles so I thought I would scour the internet to find a apple dessert of some sort.

I came across this lovely (and easy) recipe called ‘Puff Pastry Apple Pies’ by Chef Fifi on

So I thought I’d give it a go.. whats to loose?

I was so surprised at how brilliant this recipe is, I thought I would share. I changed the amounts slightly but the outcome just as good.


1 packet of Puff Pastry (pre-rolled for us who want things quick and easy)

2 large bramley or baking apples (Peeled, cored and chopped coarsely)

1/4 cup of brown sugar

1 tablespoon of plain flour

1 teaspoon of lemon juice

1 beaten egg


If Puff pastry is frozen, Thaw according to directions on package.

Pre heat oven to 190 degree C

Line baking tray with grease proof paper

Combine the chopped apple with sugar, flour, lemon juice.

Lightly flour work surface and cut pastry into four rectangle.

Place 2 rectangles onto prepare baking tray and spoon apple mixture into the middle.


Egg wash the outer edge and place the other puff pastry on top.

Press down with fingers and then crimp edge with fork

Make a 1 inch L shape on top with a knife and fold flap back.

Egg wash all over and sprinkle with a little granulated sugar.


Bake for 15 -20 mins.

Allow to cool or slightly warm and serve with your favourite ice cream or cream. YUM!



Published by emmmscakes

I'm a cake maker & decorator based in the beautiful countryside of Kent. I love to bake cakes suited to my amazing customers, to help spread happiness and joy. I bake with passions for flavours and attention to detail. I bake from my 5 star rated kitchen, producing delicious, custom designed cakes for individuals and scrummmy traditional treat cakes to my local village shop and farm shop so no one misses out on getting there hands on one of my cakes.

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