Open Peach and Apple Pie

Having guests over for dinner? Needing a delicious dessert but want to save on calories?

Here’s a quick easy option that reduces calories by over half of your traditional tarts and pies.

I used reduced fat puff pastry as I found this had the least amount of calories. Therefore less calories per slice, as I had to have one! I needed a quick healthier version!

So here it is!

8 serves of this open pie is 100 calories. (28 cm round tray)


  • 1 1/2 sheets reduced fat puff pastry (the 1/2 is only if you use a larger tray to fill in base gaps)
  • 1 can peaches in juice (not syrup, can stew fresh ones yourself )
  • 1 can stewed apples, 100% ( or stew fresh yourself)
  • Fresh blueberries, to top
  • 1-2 tsp cinnamon
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil Spray

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Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius.

3 second spray to tray base to avoid the pastry sticking.

Place 1 sheet of pastry over the tray. If using a larger tray or sheet doesn’t cover all edges use the extra half a sheet to fill it in. Pressing into the joining piece so it’s secure.

Fold edges of pastry in to create a round edge and side crust.

Mix peaches and apples in a bowl together then spread over pastry sheet.

Sprinkle over blueberries.

Sprinkle over cinnamon.

Bake for around 20-30 minutes in a fan forced oven, depending on how much fruit you put on. Note: Fruit needs to be stewed, from a can or soft when entering the oven. Hard fresh fruit wont cook in time and the pastry will burn.

Optional topping:

Greek yoghurt

Light whipped cream

Healthy homemade ice-cream

You can also add strips across the top as in above picture but you will also have to add the calories!








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