If your pores are sweating gravy from all the Thanksgiving leftovers, I’ve got you covered with this 30-minute, easy-to-make apple strudel—a little sweetness to balance out all of that savory.
I know, I’m pushing it with this, but food logged or not—let’s start talking Christmas. I can’t believe that in a little more than three weeks, I’m going to be back to filling my 9-inch plate from edge-to-edge with turkey and 5-7 sides.
I love holiday food, can you tell?
Well this year, Naomi and I decided to host Christmas day dinner at our home for my family and this strudel is going to make an appearance alongside Naomi’s dessert.
I have no idea what she has planned for dessert, or if it fits the scheme, the menu or whatever it is people do to coordinate flavors. But this apple strudel is my easy way out for the baking portion—30 minutes and done—yay me!
Of course I still have to figure out the savory stuff, but that, as I’ve learned, needs to be coordinated—no mish-mosh of things thrown together like some cheap buffet. So, yeah, you may just see some of those Christmas dishes here in the coming weeks.
Until then, enjoy the strudel! And if you are tired of apples, try swapping out the apples and cinnamon for pears and cardamom, or persimmons with cinnamon and Grand Marnier.
Easy 30-Minute Apple Strudel
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