Trader Joe’s Apple Blossoms

These Trader Joe’s apple blossoms are incredibly good, with a sweetness and doughy crunch to them that is the perfect sweet treat. You can toss them in the air fryer for a nice texture and crunch to the outer shell, but even if you just stick them in the microwave you get a really good hot, mini apple pie like treat. These little Trader Joe’s apple blossoms have been around for years, and are up there with Trader Joe’s lava cakes as one of my favorite standby Trader Joe’s desserts…….…….

  • 670 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 8.04 oz
  • 32 grams of sugar per serving

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Apple Blossoms at Trader Joe’s

One of the nice things about Trader Joe’s desserts in the frozen section is that with the advent of air fryers, you can easily make a lot of them crispy and crunchy without having to turn your oven on. How does everyone like to make these Trader Joes apple blossoms?! I’m curious if anyone has a homemade recipe for a similar upside down cake or apple blossom. It’s nice to keep a box of these in the back of your freezer for when you have a dessert craving but don’t feel like doing anything but turning on the microwave! And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..

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2 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Apple Blossoms

  1. I’m a huge fan of apple pie, but not these. Very little filling with a way too thick, hard pie crust. And the crust flavor is just mediocre, dense with no butter flavor. Don’t be fooled by the box photo with all of the filling spilling out…that’s not EVEN CLOSE to what you get. They are a good idea and if they had a buttery, flaky crust and lots of apples I would buy them. Maybe they used to be that way and that’s why they have been around so long??

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