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– November 29, 2014
These are so good – I look forward to them every year, and Trader Joe’s always seems to run out because everyone wants them!
– December 15, 2015
Actually not a TJ’s product (you can buy them direct from the Danish Bakery if you want), but so very convenient to have them at my local Joe’s for the holidays. Yum, yum.
– January 4, 2016
Soooo delicious!! Much much cheaper than from the original O&H bakery. Very sweet with a dense almond filling. Freezes great too. Perfect for an indulgent breakfast or dessert
– November 6, 2016
This is super delicious. I had a sample last week, and I got one this week at another store in my city. I got it frozen and was told it would hold well for a couple of months, but only two or three days if refrigerated. I looked online, and it is much cheaper than buying it online from the original bakery. I really love going shopping at Trader Joe’s.
– December 24, 2017
Visited my son in Utah which always includes a trip to Trader Joes. Discovered the Danish Kringle. Just like Grandmother used to make! After buying and trying one; bought more as gifts! Wonderfully delicious and always fresh. Would have liked to freeze one, but didn’t have one left!
BTW when will Trader Joe’s come to Polk Country Florida??
– November 20, 2019
Honestly one of the best things you can buy at TJs! I’m getting a few for the freezer if they last that long!
– December 18, 2019
Wow. These are too, too sweet. In a bad way. I don’t think I’m diabetic, but I was wondering if I was going into diabetic shock. This is not to say that they are not tasty, but if you have blood sugar issues, beware.
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