Nutrition Facts


Serving Size: 1x3, prepared

Servings Per Container: 39


Amount Per Serving:

Dry Mix

Calories: 41

Total Fat: 2 g

Saturated Fat: <1 g

Polyunsaturated Fat <1 g

Monounsaturated Fat 1 g

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Sodium: <1 mg

Potassium 16 mg



6 g

Dietary Fiber: <1 g

Sugars: 3 g

Protein: <1 g


Customer Comments:


I tried the Apple Baklava this past weekend.  Oh is wonderful!!  It definitely receives an A+ in our book!!  Keep up the good work.

Sandy Groezinger from Stockton, IL


Apple Baklava -- this just melts in your mouth it's so good! 

I sampled Baklava at an open house once and people couldn't believe it came from a mix.

Deb Templeton from Michie, TN


Unbelievably good!

Doris May- The Woodlands,TX

Customer Feedback: Loved the Apple Baklava and Ranch Dip.

Janice Porter from Canton, OH


Fun Trivia:


Did you know where the recipe for Apple Baklava came from?   Someone made some chocolate  baklava for Melissa and Judy one  Christmas, and they loved this recipe so much that they used it the following year and introduced the since retired mix, Sweet Chocolaty Baklava.  As we were  experimenting with this recipe, we also tried out the recipe using  apples and spices.  It was a hit!!   Serve this one warm with vanilla ice-cream, and you are sure to love it as well.


Additional Recipes:


The following recipes can be found in our cookbook! 

These recipes were donated by customers and distributors all over the United States, and each of these recipes uses the Apple Baklava. 


Caramel Cinnamon Apple Monkey Bread

Caramel Apple Turnovers

Cranberry Apple Baked Brie

Creamy Apple Baklava Swirls

Harvest Spice Coffee Cake


Sweet Apple Biscuits

Using store bought canned biscuits, remove from can and separate biscuits. Slice in half to create 2 rounds. In a greased round cake pan, place a layer of biscuits. Spray with a butter spray or spread lightly with margarine. In a bowl mix together 1 1/2 cups of Apple Baklava mix and 1/2 pkg of Caramel apple dip or 1/2 cup of packed dark brown sugar and a dash of apple pie spice. Sprinkle over the biscuit halves, top with the remaining biscuit slices. Spray the tops with more butter spray or margarine. Bake at 325 for 10-15 minutes or until golden brown. Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. MMMM!

Kista Taylor from Lawton, OK


Use a few tsps of the Apple Baklava mixed in with your morning oatmeal. A nice alternative to plain oatmeal. 

Kista Taylor from Lawton, OK



Gift Ideas Using This Mix:


Put together an Apple themed basket!  Include some fresh, shiny apples, and any of the following:  Hot Spiced Cider/Wine, Caramel Apple Dip, Spiced Apple Cake, Mama Joy’s Fruit Cobbler, Fruit Crisp, Apple Baklava.