Easy Babybel strudel recipe that works as a snack or a dessert. Needs only 4 ingredients to make and ready in 30 minutes.

This post is sponsored by Bel Brands USA & Mini Babybel® Cheese, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

How do you eat your Babybel cheese?

I like to peel mine  then pop the whole thing into my mouth!

As I savor the cheesy goodness, I find myself feeling uplifted by its delicious, slightly salty flavor.

This time, I decided to put these Babybels into a recipe that is both delicious and spooky!

Overhead view of Strudels surrounded by Babybel cheese, candy eyes and spiders. One of the strudels has the word “HELP” written with red icing and one has “BOO” written in white icing
spooky but so delicious!

Tips for making strudel

– Thaw the pastry for about 1 hour at room temperature before using it

– Lightly roll out the pastry dough.  Don’t make it too thin

– Set your oven to 350° or 375°.  Don’t set it higher than that temperature

– Use almond milk or hazelnut milk to baste the strudel.  It will make the outside crispier

– After 16 minutes in the oven, turn of the oven.  Do not remove the baking tray for another 8 minutes.  This will make sure that strudel continues to bake without the cheese oozing out

Overhead view of passtry surrounded by Babybel cheese, candy eyes, faux black flower and fake spiders. One of the strudels has the word “HELP” written with icing
Great recipe for using babybel cheese

What ingredients to use

Babybel Cheese contain 100% real cheese.  They use real milk in their cheese making them a good source of calcium and protein.

They also use vegetarian rennet in their cheese making process. 

Front view of a halved strudels showing melted cheese and cherry pie filling
This sweet and delicious strudel will melt your taste buds!

Other ingredients to add

I went with cherry pie filling, but, you can use any fruit filling or just use fresh fruit.  I tried it with green apples and agave syrup.  It was so delicious!

Cranberry Pie Filling

– Peach pie filling

Apple butter filling

– Dark chocolate

– Green apples

– You can even go the savory route by using my homemade pizza sauce

What’s your favorite filling for this Babybel strudel recipe?

Storing Leftovers

If you have any leftovers (that’s a big IF), then you can refrigerate them. I like to wrap them in parchment paper and put them into ziploc bags.

They can also be frozen in the same way and kept in the freeze for up to 6 months. They are very a fuss free strudel recipe.

To reheat, throw them in a silicone baking sheet and into a 250°C preheated oven. Heat for about 10 minutes and then remove from the oven. Cool to touch before serving.

Closeup view of a Babybel strudel surrounded by Babybel cheese, candy eyes and spiders. One of the strudels has the word “HELP” written with icing - Babybel Strudel

How to serve these strudels

These strudels are great to serve at any Halloween party. They will go great with other Halloween desserts like this cute chocolate strawberry birds and these witch hat cookies.

Or, serve them as a dessert to savory Halloween recipes like these stuffed peppers or these cute mommy poppers.

Mini Babybel Cheeses arranged in two rows, surrounded by candy eyes and fake spiders - Babybel Strudel

Happy Halloween!

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Closeup view of a Babybel strudel surrounded by Babybel cheese, candy eyes and spiders. One of the strudels has the word “HELP” written with icing - Babybel Strudel

Babybel Strudel

4-ingredient Babybel Strudel with cherry pie filling
5 from 8 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 4 people
Calories 425 kcal



  • Preheat oven to 375°
  • Cut the pastry sheet into 9 equal pieces
  • Place one piece of puff pastry on a flat surface
  • Add about 2 Tbsp of cherry pie filling to the center
  • Place one Babybel Cheese on top of the cherry pie filling
  • Cover with one piece of puff pastry
  • Seal the edges by pressing a fork on it
  • Make 3 diagonal shallow cuts on top of the strudel
  • Baste generously with almond milk
  • Repeat with the remaining Puff Pastry pieces
  • Place the strudel on a lightly oiled tray
  • Place the strudel in the oven and bake it for about 12 minutes (until browned)
  • Turn off the heat, but, do not remove the strudel from the oven
  • Let it sit in the oven for about 8 minutes
  • Remove it and serve



** Nutrition Value is approximate


Calories: 425kcalCarbohydrates: 48gProtein: 8gFat: 29gSaturated Fat: 9gCholesterol: 15mgSodium: 200mgPotassium: 115mgFiber: 1gVitamin A: 150IUVitamin C: 2.6mgCalcium: 133mgIron: 1.7mg
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  1. These are adorable and look delicious. So you cut the pastry into 9 and use 8 of the pieces for 4 total? Alternatively, could you fold the 9 in half and make nine?

    1. Thank you, Shannon. When I first made this recipe, I used only 6 parts. That’s why the video is a little confusing. Ideally, make 9 parts and use 8 of them as described in the video. For the 9th one, you can fold it into half? That works better. Let me know what you think. Thank you for your comment.

  2. I love them all! S o so cute and so very clever! The fact they are made with baby bell cheese so I know they will taste amazing too! Their cheeses are so yummy!

  3. Rini, this is such a creative way to enjoy babybels this Halloween, but I love the idea of trying some of the other tasty combos too. Simple way to serve strudels all year long!

  4. Oh my gosh, these are so cute! and the babybel is just adorable! The Frankenstein is my favorite!! I love all of the creative combinations you suggested too, just delicious!