Mini Raspberry Orange Cream Cheese Toaster Strudels

Miniature toaster strudels with an orange cream cheese and raspberry filling. These toaster strudels are covered with a simple cream cheese glaze and take less than thirty minutes to make. 

Miniature toaster strudels with an orange cream cheese and raspberry filling. These toaster strudels are covered with a simple cream cheese glaze and take less than thirty minutes to make.

Are you sick of all the mini on my blog?

Clearly I am obsessed. 

Which I think stems from my incorrect belief that if something is miniature sized I can have about fifty and it’s still “less than” one normal one.

Talk about a diet fail.

But what I’m not failing at? Awesomely, SUPER EASY, super licky-split-quick, delicious toaster strudels. That taste way better than the boxed version. And the boxed version was already pretty dang good – so that’s saying something!

These strudels are raspberry-jam filled, stuffed with some citrus-y cream cheese, and topped with a mouthwatering cream cheese glaze.

Which an optional topping of orange zest of course.

Miniature toaster strudels with an orange cream cheese and raspberry filling. These toaster strudels are covered with a simple cream cheese glaze and take less than thirty minutes to make.

But they take minutes to make. Thanks to a store-bought puff pastry.

You can make your own, but these are far less simple that way.

Basically each strip of dough (there are 6 “strips” in a package) gets cut into four equal parts. One side of the dough gets a delicious orange cream cheese spread and the other gets some raspberry jam. Again, store bought. But feel free to make your own if you want! Then the two pieces of dough get crimped together. Make sure there are no open sections or bad news for your cooking sheet. And for the pastry…

And once they are coated in an egg wash (egg white + water brushed over) they go into the oven. SO EASY!! Which, by the way, the glaze takes about 3 minutes to make while these guys are baking.

You’ll want to spread that glaze over and eat these within minutes of them coming out. I can never wait for them to cool off all the way!

Miniature toaster strudels with an orange cream cheese and raspberry filling. These toaster strudels are covered with a simple cream cheese glaze and take less than thirty minutes to make. Also, today is a CELEBRATION! I’ve teamed up with some of my favorite bloggers to celebrate a very special lady! Cathy from Lemon Tree Dwelling is having a little girl soon so we are throwing her a virtual baby shower! Cathy is one of  the sweetest and most genuine lady. She’s great and she posts the most amazing recipes! Congrats Cathy! :) Also, after the recipe I have a link-up of all the other bloggers and their awesome recipes to celebrate Cathy. Definitely check em out!


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5.0 from 2 reviews
Mini Raspberry Orange Cream Cheese Toaster Strudels
Serves: 6
  • One sheet (3 sections) puff pastry dough*
  • 6 heaping teaspoons raspberry jam
  • 3 tablespoons plain cream cheese spread, at room temperature
  • 1 tablespoon orange juice
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon orange zest
  • 1 egg white
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1 and 1/2 cups powdered sugar
  • 1/2 ounce cream cheese, softened
  • 1/4 cup butter, softened (not melted)
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Optional garnish: extra orange zest
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Follow package directions to thaw the pastry dough. It must be completely thawed before starting. I like to thaw the dough in the fridge because it's easier to work with.
  3. On a lightly floured surface, roll out one sheet of pastry dough. There should be three sections already outlined. Cut each section into four small squares that are equal sizes.
  4. On half of the squares spread about 1 heaping teaspoon of raspberry jam making sure it doesn't get too close to the edges.
  5. In a small bowl, combine the cream cheese spread, orange juice, vanilla extract, and orange zest. Stir until completely combined.
  6. Spread the cream cheese mixture over the other half of the dough pieces.
  7. Place the cream cheese covered dough pieces on top of the raspberry jam dough covered pieces.
  8. Using the ends of a fork crimp the pieces together making sure the pastries are completely sealed.
  9. Place the strudels on a baking sheet.
  10. With a fork, beat the egg white with the water. Using a pastry brush, brush the egg white mixture over the top of the pastries.
  11. Bake for 15-18 minutes or until lightly golden.
  12. While the strudels are baking, beat together all of the glaze ingredients until smooth. If needed, add a little bit of milk to get a thinner consistency.
  13. Pour the glaze into a small plastic bag and cut off the tip. Pipe the frosting over the slightly cooled strudels.
  14. Enjoy while warm! Do not try to toast these later, but you can microwave them for 5-10 seconds to warm them up at another time.
*I love Pepperidge farm's version. You can find this dough in the frozen aisles generally with frozen desserts, Cool Whip, frozen berries.


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  1. says

    You had me at mini. And then toaster strudel. I wish this was a real shower because I want these for breakfast so badly! :) The citrus is the best part, but the cuteness is a very close second. Looks amazing, Chelsea! Pinned!

  2. says

    Ok, these toaster strudels may be my favorite thing that you have every posted! They were my weakness in college. My parents never bought them when I was younger so I indulged a little when I went to college and they would be my sweet treat every Saturday morning. I really haven’t had them since and would love to try this homemade version. Pinned and making soon!

  3. says

    I love mini anything!!! These remind me of the days of having toaster strudels for breakfast before school. Which were my favorite I might add. Cream cheese makes a strudel for me…literally won’t eat one without it 😉 Thanks Chelsea :)

  4. says

    Oh yum yum! Your photography is amazing, your food always looks so beautiful! I really want to try these – I always loved eating the Pillsbury totaster struddles growing up and I bet homemade is ten times better!

  5. says

    I have always loved toaster struedels and I love that these are homemade and the flavor combo is fantastic!!

  6. says

    Oh man, I’m the same way with “miniature” foods – they’re just so darned easy to pop in your mouth and totally forget how many you’ve already eaten! The psychology of food is a truly intriguing thing. These look fantastic though, and I would/will definitely have the same diet fail with these sitting around!

  7. says

    So, one of the saddest days of my life (okay, not really) was when I discovered toaster strudels had artificial sweeteners in them, which we try to avoid (partially because they aren’t great for you, and mainly because Jack isn’t able to have them because of his health problems.) I love them so! So, I love this recipe…because now I can make them! Plus I’m sure these homemade ones are way better than the store bought kind :)

  8. says

    I LOVE mini treats for the exact reason you said, I can have 50 and it only equals one regular size treat! These look so delicious! I love raspberry treats and that orange cream cheese is the perfect combination with them! Pinning!

  9. says

    Hi Chelsea! These look so delicious and I love the minis! It’s so much fun to see all of the wonderful recipes everyone is making for Cathy’s shower and I wish I could have a taste of them all! :) Thanks so much for sharing and pinning! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  10. says

    Chelsea! Seriously – these look AMAZING! Not only is the photography beautiful, but they look so mouth-watering and delicious. I am loving the colors, the flavors – heck, I am loving all of it! Pinned! And Pinned! And Pinned! :-)

  11. says

    Congrats to Cathy! So exciting. What a perfect recipe to celebrate – mini toaster strudels for a mini baby!! Mini foods are the cutest, so keep them coming! These sound delicious, what a great combo of flavors!

  12. says

    These homemade toaster strudels are adorable – I love all the mini recipes you share – mini treats are so much more fun to eat :) The raspberry and orange combo sounds amazing and so perfect for a baby shower too – yay and congrats to Cathy :) Pinning :)

  13. says

    I love your idea of using store-bought puff pastry! So much easier than making your own and it looks fantastic! And I’m with you on the whole “mini” thing. I always eat extra because I feel I can!!! And that’s why I’m currently working on “operation stop being a fatty” hahaha.

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