These Fruit Pastry Pockets are Baked Rather Than Thoasted

By: Misel Saban - Oct 2, 2015
References: food52 & food52
These homemade fruit pastry toaster strudels actually aren't toasted at all, but made freshly in the oven from scratch. The recipe offers a rich, flakey and sweet jam-filled baked treat that is perfect for mornings or as a snack.

Toaster strudels are a popular meal item for on-the-go breakfast as it can be simply popped frozen into the toaster and enjoyed in seconds. These homemade versions are made from scratch from wholesome ingredients including a flakey dough formulated from butter, egg and flour, stuffed with your choice of fruit jam and glazed with a vanilla drizzle. You could even sub in the jam for apple pie filling, pumpkin puree or chocolate.

These homemade toaster strudels can also be frozen and saved for busy morning breakfasts.