Ham & Cheese Breakfast Strudels
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 10 min.
I made these last weekend and they were delicious. I did add some sauteed chopped asparagus just because I love it so much.
I would love to try these for my next brunch. Could someone please clarify the "folding" instructions. If you "fold" side and edges over the filling, then what's left to roll. The recipe sounds delicious and light and flaky using phyllo. Thank you to anyone who can help.
I made this for a brunch for guests and it was delicious! I can see why it was a contest winner. We are vegetarian so I omitted the ham and added an extra egg. Everyone loved it.
Home from work on a snow day and wanted a special breakfast. Saw this and used what I had in the house. Used cheddar cheese instead of Swiss. My husband and I enjoyed a nice relaxing breakfast. Very light and delicious. I would make this again for a special brunch for guests. Loved the cheddar cheese in it.
I also have the same question as pkinneberg -- If you freeze them, do you bake them frozen or thaw in the refrigerator first?
Great recipe! They are beautiful to serve on a special occasion...great presentation. I have one question for those who freeze them....do you bake them frozen or thaw them first?
We really enjoyed these. As a rare treat they are fine. Healthy eating doesn't mean "never".. it means in moderation. They're good, they freeze well... a keeper in my collection.
I haven't made them yet. But, I will. For those of you that think they are bad for you realize that they don't have to be an everyday thing. They can be a special treat for a special time.
how can something so nutritionally bad be a contest winner?
These days we are trying to eat healthier meals and teach our families to make better choices. With over 430 calories, 33 grams of fat and 18 grams of saturated fat per serving; it is surprising to see that this is a contest winner.