Cherry Turnovers from Gooseberry Patch’s 101 Breakfast and Brunch Recipes


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These have passed inspection and the lips of some very happy peeps this morning.  They were super easy, super delicious and you have to try them!


Cherry Turnovers

  • 17 1/4 oz pkg frozen puff pastry, thawed
  • 21 oz can cherry pie filling drained
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 T water

Separate puff pastry sheets and cut each into 4 squares.  Divide pie filling evenly among squares.  Brush pastry edges with water and fold in half diagonally.  Seal and crimp edges with fork.  With a knife, make a small slit in tops of turnovers to vent.  Bake on an ungreased baking sheet at 400 degrees for 15 to 18 minutes, until puffed and golden.  Let cool slightly.  Blend together powdered sugar and water; drizzle over warm turnovers.  Makes 8

So here you have my third recipe review from the new 101 Breakfast and Brunch Recipes from Gooseberry Patch.  Try these turnoverse, you will love them!

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Looks delicious Susan!! I could really go for one of those at the moment! I am craving pie! xxoo


Looks delicious…except I’d substitute strawberry pie filling for the cherry. :) Mmmm!!


Who doesn’t love cherry turnovers? Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Oh, these look yummy! {But I would likely substitute in apple pie filling.} :)

Susan H.

These look so good. I bet they would also be god with a little cream cheese added to the filling. Can’t wait to try. Thanks.

I cannot wait to try these!


Love cherry turnovers. Buy the ones in the can all the time. Think I could make my own with this recipe. Would love to win this book.

Ronda Hamilton

Hmmm, My husband is usually the breakfast cook!! But , with these recipes, I could WOW him for a change!!


Looks very yummy!!! I love turnovers!! Will try this recipe!!


These look amazing, would love to try other fruit fillings as well. Thanks for posting.
I would LOVE LOVE to win this recipe book as well. Love these recipes,


Tasty as is. Now going to see if I can substitute in raspberries since have some in my garden…


These look amazing! Thanks for the recipe! Can’t wait to try them soon!:-)

Sharon wheeler

These look wonderful. I can’t wait to try them as an addition to my brunch menu on the next gatherin of friends.

Rhonda Darbro

I love Gooseberry Patch & would love to win the book. I’m excitedto trythe Cherry Turnovers.


Cherry turnovers look awesome! Would love to check out more recipes isn’t 101 brunch and breakfast cookbook! Fingers crossed I might win! Thnx.


they could not be easier to make !


These look wonderful — I love cherry pie and these turnovers would be the perfect size!


How easy is this, & the family will think you’ve been slaving away while the slept!

Elaine S

Oh gosh they look so good. I have some puffed pastry in my freezer but no cherries. Will have to look around to see what I have.

lora t

I cannot to make these. They look amazing

These look amazing. Can not wait to make these


Thanks for sharing great recipes from our favorite people at Gooseberry Patch. Love each of the cookbooks I have from them.


Mmm. I will be making these.

These look so very good. Turnovers are my weakness, so I know these will be wonderful.

rita landers
Linda Allan

Thank you for the wonderful idea. Can not wait to try this recipe.


These look so yummy! I can’t wait to make them!

Donna H

How easy can it get!! This is perfect to keep the ingredients on hand and then when unexpected company arrives, just whip them up, pop in the oven, and presto…. a perfect dessert or breakfast item. I would love to eat a warm cherry turnover with a cup of coffee or tea!!!!

looks delish would love one now


Love cherry turnovers and one of my husband’s favorite, too. Plus, how easy can they be to whip up.


Sounds and looks delicious. Will be trying these!


I love Gooseberry Patch books the turn overs look great and easy to make. Thanks for sharing.

Robin Rexroad

They look and sound delicious! I am partial to apple ones, but any fruit filling would be great!

This looks like an awesome cookbook. Thanks 4 the preview & the opportunity 2 win it!

Linda C

Can’t wait to make these, going to have to make several ^_^

These look fabulous as well as, delicious. Would love to make them.

Kim Sanducci

All I can say is YUMMMMMMMMMMMM and love the recipes. Yummmmmmmmmm!!!!

Those look like bakery made ones .A glass of cold milk with these turnovers would be grear

A glass of cold milk with these would be great

Patti Keil

This recipe looks terrific and I am not very fond of anything cherry. Going to try it, though. Would love to own a copy of this book so I can try all of the other great recipes! Thanks for the giveaway!



Looks delicious!


Looks delicious! I have GOT to try this!


These look delicious – can’t wait to try!!

Cheri Minott

YUMMMY!! Can’t wait to try this recipe….even have some of this pastry in the freezer….Yaaay! Thanks so much for the recipe and the chance to win one of your FANTASTIC recipe books!! Have a great day!


can’t wait to try these!

Venie A

They look delicious …Can’t wait to give them a try. Yum!

These are so easy to make and wonderful. You can use any kinds of fruit that is in season or from the freezer. Wonderful!


This looks sooo yummy! Thanks for sharing!!


We are going camping this week and I am going to make these for breakfast. They look yummy!


Susan H certainly has the right idea, add a little cream cheese to make these good popovers into GOD popovers! (intentional typo here, but I don’t think hers was intentional ;) )