Put some love and time into a homemade strudel, and you'll taste a breakfast or brunch pastry far beyond anything you'd pick up at the local bakery. When breakfast or brunch at your house looms, remember that you can make strudel dough ahead of time and freeze it for freshly baked pastries any time.See Popular Strudel Recipes
This savory strudel features chicken, Colby Jack cheese, corn and picante sauce, rolled up in puff pastry...it make a fabulous topper for mixed salad greens.
Pop-Tarts® Apple Strudel toaster pastries baked with eggs, sausage and cheese make a unique breakfast for weekend mornings.
When you pull this warm strudel from the oven, everyone will think it took hours to prepare. Not true, because this recipe uses puff pastry sheets and canned pie filling.
Your family will enjoy the homemade taste and old-fashioned goodness of this apple strudel made in half the time of the traditional version.
Newly available whole-wheat phyllo dough lends a wholesome, nutty taste and golden color to the finished strudel. Veganizing this recipe is a snap too--simply substitute vegan cream cheese and vegan Cheddar cheese.
Pumpkin and spices make this strudel a perfect dessert for fall.
A savory strudel is simplified with puff pastry. This easy dinner dish can be made ahead and frozen too.
This flaky pastry is studded with healthy vegetables, tomatoes, and cheese. Spraying the phyllo sheets with nonstick spray keeps the strudel flaky but low in fat.
The filling in this fruit-filled bread is similar to the filling for classic apple strudel.
These fruity spirals are dusted with a sprinkling of powdered sugar while warm. Make the cookie recipe up to three days ahead of your next Christmas party.
Phyllo pockets, filled with salmon and served with brandy-cream sauce, are elegant to serve for special occasions, such as birthdays, anniversaries, and Valentine's Day.
Serve this flaky, fruit-filled pastry for dessert or set it out on a brunch buffet table.
All across Wisconsin, Scandinavian and German bakeries start firing up with the onset of crisp, cool autumn days; the lines soon grow long for fresh fall-fruit pastries. For most of us, rich strudel wouldn't be an everyday affair. But with walnut oil (instead of copious amounts of butter) and fresh pears, it can, nevertheless, become a decadence-free indulgence, perfect for your next dinner party. Serve it with frozen nonfat vanilla yogurt or vanilla creme anglaise.
Light puff pastry dough, rolled around cream cheese filling and sprinkled with nuts and sugar, are a light dessert or a sweet breakfast treat.
Spring's best combo--strawberries and rhubarb--fill this simple strudel for two.
Using phyllo dough instead of traditional croissant dough makes these raspberry-filled dessert pastries fat-free and low in calories. Just 35 calories each!