Apple Strudel Rolls

Apple Strudel Rolls

This week I’m sharing a Apple Strudel Rolls recipe, lots of apples in the market these days I’m taking advantage of them :-) A couple of weeks ago I shared  a yummy apple bites recipe in case you missed it

apple strudel rolls


What You Need

Half of a 17.3-oz. package puff pastry sheet (thawed)

1 Egg

1 Tbsp. water

3 Tbsp. sugar

1 Tbsp lemon juice ( about half a lemon)

2 Tbsp. Flour (plus extra for dusting)

1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon

1/4 tsp. ground nutmeg

2 Granny Smith apples about 2 cups (peeled, cored and cut into small pieces)

1/4 Cup raisins

1/4 Cup walnuts (chopped)

Confectioners’ sugar (optional)

Small Bowl

Mixing Bowl

Baking sheet

Parchment paper

Rolling pin


Basting brush


Before You Start- preheat oven to 350°.  Flour your rolling pin and your clean work area. Line the baking sheet with parchment paper

Lets Make it! Using a whisk beat the egg and water together in a small bowl. In a mixing bowl combine sugar , flour, cinnamon and nutmeg mix well with a fork and add the apples, lemon juice, walnuts and raisins, toss well to coat.

Unfold the pastry dough onto your prepared work surface and roll out a  large rectangle with the rolling pin. Using a spoon scoop the apple mixture along the top and middle of the pastry leaving the bottom half of the dough empty about 2 inches, roll up like a jelly roll and place seam-side down onto the prepared baking sheet, poke a few holes along the top with your fork.  Tuck the ends under to seal and using a basting brush apply the egg mixture to the top and sides of the pastry roll. Bake for 25- 35 minutes ( until the pastry is golden brown). Let the pastry roll cool on the baking sheet for about 15 minutes. Cut strips about 4 inches wide (makes about 8) sprinkle with the confectioners’ sugar.

Katies Tid Bits try making this with pears too :-)


Unrelated to this yummy recipe I have question for the day…. if the CEO or Owner of a company says or does something, really ignorant/stupid/bigoted/hateful…. Do you boycott the company that employees thousands of workers ? Should we punish the innocent employees for what their idiot boss/owner says or does?
I used to immediately think I’m not buying that product anymore or I am not going to that restaurant anymore, etc…. but today, I am conflicted, I would love to read your thoughts ♥


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  1. I’ve not had this in years, looks so good. Must make it and have it again soon :)) Happy Monday doll xx

  2. Wow these look nice and tasty :)

  3. Hi, that looks delicious! I agree with you on your last para, it’s good to be idealistic, but then reality kicks in and I think, oh hang on, this company employs thousands…..what would these people do if the company folded? People need jobs, even the low-paid ones because the outcome is so much worse if these jobs don’t exist.

  4. These look delicious and seriously yet another awesome recipe from you that I am so pinning to try. Thanks Katie!! :)

  5. These look like a great snack for after school or to tuck into a lunch bag, Katie. Yum!

    As for your question: Unless the statement is against it’s own employees (ie: a comment about their lack of work ethic), then I feel everyone is entitled to their own opinions. Stupid things come out of people’s mouths all the time, CEO of a big organization or a mailman.

    • perfect for after school with a cold glass of milk, yum!
      regarding the question, it was sparked by an incident in the news about a company owner discriminating against others. thank you for participating in the discussion, Hugs!

  6. Looks yummy!! Thanks so much for stopping by!!


  7. YUM!! Wish I could smell them baking right now! Have a wonderful autumn week, Katie!!

  8. Wow, that looks ahhhhmazing!! :)

  9. This looks delicious! We have a Dorsett Golden apple tree on our farm, and I bet I could put these rolls together and freeze them when the apples are in season. I wonder if it would work better to freeze them raw or baked? Will have to experiment. Yum!

    • We don’t have any fruit trees so I envy you being able to pick them fresh. I never have any left to freeze, giggle. But I think already baked would probably be best . reheated in the oven ( no microwave) Hugs

  10. Oh, and about your question… I never thought about it that way before..I think it may depend on the situation and how strongly I felt about the issue, but yeah, that’s something to think about!

  11. Looks amazing!!! xxxoo

  12. Looks tasty!
    Depends on the situation as to whether I don’t have anything to do with the company anymore.

    • Thank you Alex, I bet you would like them. Regarding the question, it was sparked by an incident in the news about a company owner discriminating against others. thank you for participating in the discussion, Hugs!

  13. debby9972 says:

    Those sound delicious!

  14. These look amazing Katherine. I haven’t made strudle since I worked in a bakery & never tried at home, but now you are tempting me to try! Pinning for later. xo

  15. These sound amazing! =)
    I love apple desserts, pinning this to save!

    Hope you are having a great day!

  16. These look so delicious Katie! I like American apples but don’t get to eat them often.It is interesting seeing wonderful recipes made with apples. Have a great week.

  17. Pinning this recipe. Interesting question. I lean toward boycotting. If they have those views, they probably are not very good to their employees either. The only way to change them is with the power of the dollar and make them rethink how they relate to people.

    • Thank you Maureen I hope you enjoy it. I boycottt too it all started many years ago when a particular tuna brand wasn’t using dolphin safe nets. This question was sparked by a company owner who is discriminating. I appreciate your participation in the question Hugs

  18. Katherine,
    Yum…these look delicious! I’m going to attempt a gluten free version…yes the apples are so sweet now!
    Thanks for the inspiration….
    As far as your question…I don’t think I’ve ever “boycotted” a company, but am always looking for companies to support whose values (set by the CEO or owner) match my family’s values. I think that the most powerful “vote” we have is with our pocketbook. Thank you and aloha, Lori

  19. if its a real big co …it’s kinda hard to boycott for a long time

  20. You are right. I did boycott a tuna company for two years once but it was the longest I ever did it. :-)

  21. Those look like a fun treat to serve up to the family. I’m pinning them.

    Have a great weekend!!

  22. Oh how simply delectable. I am picturing them with a nice scoop of ice cream fresh from the oven. Thank you for sharing at What’d You Do This Weekend.

    RE your question. I don’t know that I would boycott a store because A-they have something I need and B-it does punish the workers (probably not just little old me though). I would however make sure that the company knows my thoughts pretty loudly like on their Facebook page or a comment on their website.

  23. Hey! I’m going to share this one on the Ruby blog in August . . . . then will need a few more for the autumn issue of the magazine. Got any favorites? Love, N


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