2bleu's Apple Blossoms (Chudleigh's Copycat)

"This is our version of Chudleigh's Apple Blossoms. Nothing beats theirs, but this is a good 2nd choice if you can't get them. Freezes well for OAMC so feel free to double the recipe and make some for another day. :)"
photo by Janice J. photo by Janice J.
photo by Janice J.
photo by 2Bleu photo by 2Bleu
photo by 2Bleu photo by 2Bleu
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8 blossoms




  • Preheat oven to 400° and line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silpat.
  • FILLING: mix all filling ingredients together in a small bowl. Set aside.
  • CARAMEL: Heat caramel ingredients over medium heat; Bring to boil, stirring constantly; Let boil for about 2 minutes. Remove from heat and cool to room temperature, stirring occasionally.
  • DOUGH: Mix the flour and oil together in a bowl, and mix in just sufficient cold water to make a firm (but not sticky) dough. Divide dough into 8 equal pieces. Then roll out each into a 5-6" disc.
  • ASSEMBLY: Place 1/8th of apple filling onto center of each dough round. Fold up edges of dough up towards the center, making a cup around the filling (you could use a jumbo muffin tin for this too). Brush with eggwash.
  • To each blossom, sprinkle 1 tsp of rolled oats followed by a drizzle of caramel topping into tops of apple filling. Follow with a light sprinkle all over with sugar in the raw.
  • Bake at 400F for 25-30 minutes or until heated through. Cool on wire rack.

Questions & Replies

  1. I would like to make these for Christmas. Just wondering - did you freeze the apple blossoms raw or cooked?


  1. I used fuji apples and this turned out delicious! I thought it was best warm out of the oven and would be great with vanilla ice cream. I'm glad I gave it a try! Made for the PRMR game.
  2. Really enjoyed making these great little tasties, & next time I'll definitely make a double batch, as I'd like having some ready to go in the freezer! And it seems that the first reviewer (Sharon) & I had the same idea, 'cause I also used Fuji apples for this first time around! Definitely a keeper of a recipe! Thanks for sharing it! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
  3. Ultimately, these turned out well. They taste great and aren’t too sweet. There were several significant problems with the recipe that made it frustrating to make however: -The recipe made WAY more filling than was necessary. I still had 3 cups of filling left over, and I filled the dough pockets as much as possible. -The caramel ended up much too thick, almost like fudge. I heated it to medium and let it come to a boil as directed, but I had to take it off the heat after a minute as it was starting to scorch. As it cooled it only became thicker. The solution was to add about 1/8 cup of boiling water which thinned it sufficiently. -23 minutes for the baking time was sufficient. Any longer would have burnt them. The caramel melted and burnt onto the baking sheet, and I had to add more after they were done baking. The filling can thankfully be frozen so I can just make more, but I wanted to point out these issues for anyone else to take into account before they try this recipe.


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