Peaches and Cream Cheese Filo Strudel

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Peaches and Cream Cheese Filo Strudel Peaches and Cream Cheese Filo Strudel

Servings: 15 servings
Difficulty: Easy

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For the cream cheese mixture:
½ pound cream cheese, room temperature
8 oz. goat cheese
½ cup powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 egg

For the peaches:
4 cups Georgia peaches sliced (if not in season use canned, sliced peaches, drained)
½ cup sugar, plus 2 tablespoons
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup cookie dust
½ cup melted butter
6 sheets of filo dough

For the cookie dust:
2 cups blanched almonds
1cup flour
1cup sugar
½ cup Amoretti cookies





Preheat oven to 375ºF
To make cookie dust combine all ingredient in food processor and process until fine crumbs form.  Keeps in refrigerator for up to 6 months.

For the cream cheese mixture place all ingredients in a medium bowl and mix with a hand mixer until light and fluffy and set aside.

In a medium mixing bowl combine peaches, sugar, vanilla, and ½ cup cookie dust.

Lay out 6 large sheets of readymade filo pastry. Brush with pastry brush melted butter in between each layer and lay flat onto baking sheet and sprinkle with ½ cup cookie dust.

Spoon cream cheese mixture in a long even shape down topside of filo leaving 2 inches on top and on either side.  Top with peaches and roll the filo sheets over like a jellyroll, finish with seam side down. Brush top with melted butter, cut slits at an angle with sharp knife 2 inches apart to let the steam out. Dust with 2 tablespoon of sugar.

Bake strudel in middle of oven until golden brown and crisp, 25 to 30 minutes.  Transfer to a rack and cool. (DO NOT HIDE) Dust with confectioner sugar and serve with vanilla or peach ice cream.

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I caught the end of one of your shows where you put all the ingredients for peach pie together and put it into a plastic wrap lined pie shell and froze it… so that when you wanted to make a peach pie everything was ready to go. I'm asking this because I had a HUGE crop of peaches last year ( although I'm not expecting a big crop this year) I want to put it with my recipes…I didn't get the list of ingredients or the amount of peaches used. It seemed like such a time saver & the ingredients & peaches fit into a pie crust just ready to go.

By Betty Hammang on June 04, 2013

I like the puff pastry also,but I love the sweet stuff and will use whatever I have on hand or can make.
I enjoy all of the articles so keep them coming!

By Sandra Reaves on August 25, 2010

This is a great recipe, but I have an even easier strudel dough than the filo—I use frozen puff pastry dough.  You can fill it with sweet or savory filings.  The trick is to roll it out as thin as you can and then stretch it a little more.  You can easily repair holes and if you are using a meat filing it will still be kosher because Pepperidge Farms Puff Pastry is pareve.

By Sandra on August 24, 2010

this looks great the peaches and cream filo pastry

By Pam Colburn on August 23, 2010

Your recipes are priceless and never fails to bring happiness to the dining table, successful or otherwise.

Love you…Paula!

By Nur Nawali on August 23, 2010

I wish your online video so that I can watch it on the video.

By Crystal on August 23, 2010

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