HANDSTRETCHED STRUDELS SHIPPED TO YOUR DOORSTEP
At Little Austria® strudels are made from scratch, with fresh, locally sourced and highest quality ingredients, one strudel at a time. Our dough is carefully stretched by hand -
The traditional strudel making way.
Available in numerous flavors, you can now place your order online, send it to yourself, a friend or a loved one, or pick-up at our bakery,
We are offering no-contact curbside pick-up and to-door shipping!
You can now order our strudels online and pick them up - curbside & without contact - directly at the Little Austria Strudel Bakery.
Simply drive up & send us a text, we come out and place your order into your trunk - Done!
Strudel ordering has never been easier!
WE SHIP NATIONWIDE
Don't live close to the Little Austria Bakery? No worries!
We ship our strudels to your doorstep, nationwide with Goldbelly!
Click the shop button below and send some strudels to yourself or to friends and family as a special gift. A strudel treat is always appreciated.
"The taste has perfection of flavor, sweetness and crunch. I felt as if I was at home eating mommy's cake. The people are also very warm- heart people, their products reflects their kind heart."
What is Strudel?
LAYERED AUSTRIAN FRUIT / CHEESE PASTRY
A flaky, layered, lightly sweet pastry of fruit or cheese popular in Austria. The word "strudel" comes from the German word "whirlpool" due to it's swirled, layered appearance. Strudel-baking is truly an art that lies in finding the perfect balance between its paper-thin hand-stretched dough and its delicate filling. The dough's ingredients are quite basic (flour, water, oil, vinegar, salt) but, the tricky part is stretching the dough so thin that you can read a newspaper through it.
The most common filling is based on apples. But fillings can pretty much be made with a sheer endless variety of ingredients, such as topfen (sweet, soft quark cheese) cherries, pears, berries, plums, even spinach and more.
Our strudel recipe is also not secret. We would encourage you to try it out! You need some guidance?
Sign up for our upcoming strudel making classes (coming back soon!