Friday, August 10, 2012

Copycat Pillsbury Toaster Struedel

Copycat Pillsbury Toaster Struedel

  • 1 pkg Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry (2 sheets)
  • 1 can (21oz) strawberry pie filling
  • 2 oz cream cheese
  • 2 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 Tbsp milk
Thaw puff pastry according to package directions. Unfold and cut each sheet of pastry along seams (making 3 strips on each). Cut each strip in half, for a total of 6 rectangles on each sheet (12 in all). Poke many times with a fork and lay on parchment lined baking sheet.
Bake in a 400 degree oven for 10-12 minutes. Spoon strawberry filling into center of pastry, careful to not go over edges. Return to oven for 3-4 minutes.
Meanwhile, beat cream cheese with powdered sugar and milk for about 3 minutes until creamy. Add more milk to get to desired consistency.
Remove pastries from oven and drizzle with cream cheese frosting. Serve warm!
**you can also add some of the cream cheese filling to the pastry. Spoon a dollop on the pastry, add the strawberry pie filling, return to oven for 3-4 minutes. Then drizzle with more frosting. This is MY favorite! You may need to double the filling/frosting if you do it this way though!
urprise your kids with this classic breakfast recipe. They'll love the ooey-gooey strawberry filling of this Copycat Breakfast Pillsbury Toaster Struedel. Drizzle some sweet vanilla frosting on top to make the dish complete. This yummy treat will soon become a morning tradition in your house.


  1. That looks delicious! Found you blog hopping. Was happy to follow... I like looking through recipes and it looks like you have alot of great ones. :)

  2. Oh that looks really yummy, but I'm thinking apple would be a bigger hit with the kids over here, would you recommend apple pie filling or apple sauce? I'm over from SASS.

  3. Looks really yummy! And much more real than the box version!

  4. Um yeah, my kids are going to LOVE you Jason! They love toaster struedels! I will definitely try this recipe soon.
    Do you know if you can make extras of this and freeze them?

  5. Looks yummy! I love anything fruity and sweet. :) ~SASS

  6. Mouth.Watering.Now! Thanks for participating in SASS!

  7. I would see no problem putting them in the frezzer. I did not make enough to freeze they all got eaten but next time there will be enough to freeze.

  8. OMG Jason, you are so bad for my waistline, but I so love your recipes. Keep them coming. I am subbing now by email!

    Thanks for stopping by SASS. Come link up again this week. PLEASE! Show me your newest recipes.