Chudleighs Apple Blossoms

To die for. Here's the description from the box: Golden baked hand folded pastry filled with fresh sliced Northern Spy apples, topped with chunky crumble topping and French apricot glaze. And miracle of miracles, these individually wrapped dumplings don't suffer in the microwave. A scrumptious hot dessert in 50 seconds. The only downside? They are not diet food.
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April 6, 2006

Have to agree. They are so good and look fancy and taste great out of the microwave. Top with some vanilla ice cream for a quick, but fancy dessert.

We served these at a dinner party and someone said the texture is very different from what you would expect when you look at them. The dough is flaky like pastry, rather than being hard. Maybe it would be crispy coming from the oven, I don't know.

April 11, 2006

These are great. I tried them because of these posts and now I'm addicted. It's amazing how well they microwave.

May 11, 2006

I agree these are terrific, with the convenience being especially great. All thngs considered, I think the apple strudel is similar but better. Problem is, it takes t30 minutes to cook. These are very quick.

June 15, 2006

I'm not much of a dessert fan, but I love these things - tasty and not too syrupy.

August 8, 2006

I served this little gems at a party the other night, and what a hit! Add a little french vanilla ice cream on the the side, and your in heaven.

A few secs in the microwave and that's it. The price is amazing too. under $4 for the box of 4, and they are individually wrapped to boot!

August 13, 2006

I served these to guests last night based on the posts on this site and they were a hit! I heated them in the oven, and the crust came out tender and flaky. Plenty of apple in the filling, sweet but not too sweet, and just the right amount of cinnamon. Yum!

August 21, 2006

They microwave perfectly. The dough is buttery and the apples aren't sickly sweet. Really great!

September 8, 2006

I first had these when my mom bought them at an italian world market in michigan, and thought they were awesome with some whipped cream or ice cream on top. When I found that TJ's carries them too, I was incredibly excited! They are the perfect compliment to a fall meal, and great when you don't feel like stuffing a huge slice of pie.

September 8, 2006

these are awesome!! they really taste home made!

September 20, 2006

I just took a Trader Joe's cooking class tonight
and when we had to introduce ourselves and
say what our favorite TJ product was (like there
could be only one!!), I told everyone about these
Apple Blossoms. Most everyone there hadn't
tried them. They were all TJ shoppers. I was
shocked! It's definitely a mistake to get addicted to them, and I'm now trying to lost the weight I gained eating them all summer long with Vanilla Ice Cream. But, oh were they so worth it!Unfortunately, I'm going thru withdrawal now and
want one so badly.

December 5, 2006

And I don't even like apple pie! These are really cute and convenient too. I love them with some vanilla ice cream

January 13, 2007

I live alone so I never buy full sized cakes and pies. The apple blossoms are perfect in every way. They taste great and I can put one in the toaster oven while I am eating dinner and dessert is ready when I am. I love this item.

March 27, 2007

I'm not an A La Mode fan but these are just scrumptious with a dollop of Double Rainbow French Vanilla on top. It's hard to not eat the whole box right away.

August 24, 2007

These things are AMAZING!!! I love that they are individually wrapped. I can heat up just one and add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and I'm a happy girl!

November 14, 2007

Just finally found them in our frozen aisle in Seattle. Not called Chudleigh's but T.J's brand. Calories and fat were horrific. I will try them ONE time as a great indulgence.
bytj addict

December 11, 2007

better than apple pie...

January 5, 2008

i have looked and looked for this brand and i finally realized that TJ sells these under their own brand name in my store...DUH! so i tried them and they are really GOOD!!! i had my doubts about nuking a dessert but they come out terrific and with a little scoop of double rainbow vanilla ice cream they are a TREAT! i'm thinking TJ's has gotten Chudleighs to make them under the TJ's label.

January 25, 2008

I'm a cinnamon/apple lover (and maker of a mean apple pie too!) but I am usually disappointed with ready-made apple desserts - either too sweet, too full of cornstarch-like syrup, or bland.
These are wonderful. Not too sweet or syrupy. Delicious apple filling and crust. And ready in under a minute! That plus the single-serving size and this will be a frequent purchase. Well - not TOO frequent or I'll spoil my diet!!!

February 13, 2008

I'm not an apple pie fan, but I like these. What I like even more, is they are so quick and easy to bake up for dinner guests and everyone is impressed with the beauty of it. Drizzle a bit melted dark chocolate across the top and a scoop of vanilla on the side, and the guests will ooh and aahh.

February 21, 2008

We love this dessert and for two years bought boxes of them at Sam's Club, then all of sudden last year they quit carrying them. Does anyone know where else you can get them? We live in SE Kansas.

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