Cara’s Apple Strudel
from The Eat to Live Cookbook by Dr. Joel Fuhrman, p. 285
Did I like it? Oh yes.
Was it easy to make with readily available ingredients? Yes, and I made it even easier by NOT peeling the apples. I knew I would like it with the skins because that is how it was made at Whole Foods and it didn’t bother me. That makes the prep for this recipe so much shorter.
What specifically did I like about the recipe? It is the closest thing to a perfect dessert that I can imagine. Easy to make and made with all whole ingredients. No added sugar at all, not even dates. All of the sweetness comes from the apples and the raisins.
What specifically didn’t I like about the recipe? Nothing.
Did my husband like it? Did my teenage daughter like it? Did my eight or five year old try it? No one is getting near this thing until I make another batch. I’m sorta hording it for myself right now.
Would I make it again? Hell yeah!
Is there anything I would do to improve on it if I made it again? Double the recipe, that’s all!
Overall Grade (completely unscientific, I admit): A+++
Have you made Dr. Fuhrman’s Cara’s Apple Strudel? What were your impressions? Leave a comment below.
Still don’t have the book? What are you waiting for? These recipes are amazing.