Easy Homemade Toaster Strudel

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Okay, it isn't really a "toaster" recipe, but it reminds me of those little refrigerated ones you buy at the store.  Only better.  Since it is now Fall and officially time to start eating every apple treat known to man without fear of judgment from others, I made this.

What you need to make this extremely easy dessert/breakfast:

Phyllo Dough (1 roll) Room Temperature
Melted Butter

6 Granny Smith Apples, peeled and sliced
1/2 Cup Sugar
1 Teaspoon Cinnamon (I may have added a bit more, but I love cinnamon)
1/4 Teaspoon Nutmeg
Pinch of Ginger
Tablespoon Flour

Combine all the filling ingredients and simmer on stove top (low/medium heat), stir often.

While the filling is cooking, lay out a sheet of the phyllo dough and lightly coat with butter.  I used the full sheet, but you can make individual mini strudels if you prefer.  When you are about halfway finished with the 1 roll of phyllo, place the cooked apple filling into the middle of the dough.  Spread around.  I left about a half inch at the edge without the apples so they wouldn't escape.

Finish layering the dough (coating lightly with butter).  Cook the strudel at the temperature on the box of Phyllo for approximately 12 minutes or until golden brown.

You can also add a glaze on top, but the apples were so sweet I just added a sprinkle of powered sugar.

Sorry I didn't have more pictures to show you.  It was just something I threw together one evening last week on one of those beautifully chilly nights.  This will warm you.


  1. This looks wonderful! I just might have to surprise my family with it for breakfast this weekend!