Apple strudel

    Make a classic apple strudel with our easy recipes. We have filo pastry apple strudels for a lighter version, or classic puff pastry versions, too.

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    10 reviews

    This is a quick recipe for an apple strudel, using shop-bought puff pastry and fresh apples. Sure to impress. Just right for an afternoon snack or a spontaneous gossip gathering with friends over tea or coffee.

    Recipe by: Claudia_Meilinger

    3 reviews

    This quick and easy apple strudel recipe is ready in a flash, and is also a wee bit healthier than other versions thanks to using filo pastry instead of puff pastry. Enjoy for a quick dessert or weekend treat!

    Recipe by: Magda

    1 review

    A really easy version of apple strudel! Just defrost some shop bought puff pastry and wrap it around the filling.

    Recipe by: nt_bella

    1 review

    These cinnamon apple strudels are great after a long tiring day. Serve with custard or cream or try making them with pears instead of apples.

    Recipe by: j.hopkins

    No reviews

    This is the result of an experiment because I was somewhat tired of apple strudel with raisins, but'd wanted to have an ingredient that lent the filling a bit of bite: dried cranberries! This recipe is for 2 small strudels.

    Recipe by: anton

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    This beautiful pastry is filled with the comforting flavours of apple, nuts, raisins and cinnamon. This might become your new favourite dessert!

    Recipe by: MarlowMethodistChurch

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    This apple strudel recipe was given to me by my Austrian grandmother. The poppy seeds and homemade pastry set this recipe apart.

    Recipe by: Jackie78

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    An apple strudel recipe that is quick and easy to prepare because it uses shop-bought puff pastry. Currants and almonds give it a unique twist and add a bit of colour.

    Recipe by: liz

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    A covering of wafer-thin strudel pastry ensures the apples retain their juice and flavour when cooked. It's a lot of work but well worth it. Delicious!

    Recipe by: Lynn Lewis

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