October 27, 2016
To some, fall is just a prelude to the coming months of short days, cold weather, and crippling snow storms. To us, fall is a time of harvest. A time to take a step back and enjoy the fruits of the labor. Here in New England, apples are one of the focal points of that harvest.
With apple on my mind lately, I had a craving for strudel and (not being baking inclined) I asked Liz if she'd be interested in making it for us (me.) Being the awesome baker she is, Liz whipped up this recipe for apple strudel incorporating our Apple of My Pie baking blend.
It was shocking how simple this recipe was to make and (maybe more importantly) how it came out tasting absolutely delicious. The dough is buttery and flaky and the filling is the perfect blend of apple, cinnamon, and sugar.
What I especially like about this recipe is it looks really impressive at a holiday brunch party, family breakfast, or when eating it with your hands standing over the counter at 2 in morning.
Here's what you need
It's defiantly not a bad thing having someone who loves to bake around. That being said, Liz perfected this recipe to be able to even work for baking novices like myself.
Let us know how it turned out, we love to see your creations on Instagram #WaywardGourmet and Twitter @WaywardGourmet. Send em to us and we'll post your deliciousness on our site.
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