A delicate balance between the fresh flavors of summer and the cozy comforts of the holidays, this Peach Cobbler Strudel is a winner from the first ingredient to the last bite. The natural sweetness of the peaches is complemented by the light spicy cinnamon notes and buttery, flaky crust. A multi-seasonal delight!
This gluten-free, vegan/plant-based strudel can be enjoyed without guilt. Omitting gluten means that it can be fully appreciated by all those suffering from celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, or those who recognize all of its possible devastating neurological effects. Omitting animal-based products such as butter reduces saturated fats and increases monounstaturated fats which are beneficial for cardiac health. The addition of dates and peaches provide many vitamins, minerals and fiber including an excellent source of vitamin C. I did not call this recipe refined sugar-free due to the fact that the Bob’s Red Mill mix has sugar. However, the remainder of the recipe is refined sugar-free.
For additional photos on how to make the dough please refer to the Pie Crust Cinnamon Roll post.
If you have any peach filling remaining, save it and use it as a drizzle on the baked strudel. Enjoy!!
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