Fried apple pies with cranberries, nuts & sauce

Irisa Raina 9



I had more filling than I needed, so later that week I served it over ice cream “ heating it up a wee bit “.

These do not keep well “ they tend to get soggy “ once fried so I only make what I’ll need for that day. You can make them and freeze them, defrosting them before you fry them.

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25 Min
5 Min


6 large wontons
1 – 18/20 ounce can of apple pie filling
1 granny smith apple “peeled ”
1 cup dried cranberries
1 cup toasted walnuts “ chopped”
water to seal the wontons
oil for frying
dipping sauce:
1 & ½ cups apple juice
1 tablespoon light brown sugar
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon hot sauce “optional “


1To make the pies:
Empty the pie filling into a bowl. If you see large pieces of apples mash them down slightly.
2Peel and cut the apple into tiny bite size pieces. Add to the pie filling.
3Add the cranberries and nuts and mix thoroughly.
4Lay out one wonton at a time. In the center place some of the apple filling.
5Fold into a triangle wetting the edges with some water and pressing firmly.
6When you have these all made, fry till golden on both sides and drain.
7Serve with dipping sauce. Directions below.
8You’ll want to make this before you start on the pies so it can get cold “ see note above”.
9Put all the ingredients into a pot and reduce to ½. Once it is reduced let it cool completely.
Serve along side the pies.

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Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids