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Thomas' toaster cakes where are they in CT?

masha bousha Apr 3, 2007 03:17 AM

Hi! I've been craving Thomas' Toaster Cakes (from the English Muffin company) and can't find them at my local Stop and Shop in Hartford, CT. I googled the company and according to their site they seem to still sell the corn variety (that'll do but I prefer blueberry). Has anyone seen them around? Where? Near the bread and other toaster friendly products?

I bought some awful frozen HoJo's "toastee" cakes (or something like that) recently and though they claim to be the "original" they were pretty terrible.


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    maryanne01 Nov 29, 2007 11:52 AM

    I buy them at stop n shop in west hartford and in shop rite in bristol.......

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      Belle7213 Aug 19, 2007 06:50 AM

      Does anyone have a recipe that makes anyting comparable???? My uncle who live in Colorado, originally from CT, LOVES THESE! Everytime we go there or he comes here we are stocking the suitcases with them! Thomas' won;t ship them to CO or anything & the gorcery stores won;t order them but I would love to make something like them so if anyone has any recipes or ideas let me know PLEASE!!

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      1. re: Belle7213
        toastercakelady Jul 29, 2009 02:55 PM

        Hi there, I have the same problem in SC. I can't get them here either, but I found this web sit that will send them wright to you'r door step... Here is the web sit: www.toastercakes.com If you buy (3) 6ct. packages $29.95 and there sit said that included tax and shipping. It takes about 3-5 business days anywhere in the U.S.A.
        If you want the blueberry ones go to:
        www.magickitchen.com/menu/.../cornbre... Good luck becouse I love them as much as you'r Father does... toastercakelady.

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        Meesch70 Aug 10, 2007 08:27 AM

        Stop & Shop in Old Saybrook carries the corn version

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          rudysmom Aug 9, 2007 01:39 PM

          according to their website, Geissler's in both Bloomfield & Granby carry them.

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            pacer45 Aug 9, 2007 05:50 PM

            I have seen them at Big Y in East Hartford

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            nurban Aug 9, 2007 12:28 PM

            I have been craving the bran version of those, which I haven't had in probably 30 years...do they still exist, and if not, has anyone ever tried to recreate them at home? I would love a recipe...

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              cannedpoo Apr 3, 2007 05:06 PM

              Shop Rite in Meriden had them-give a call.
              Stop and Shop here in Hamden also.
              Shaw's too in Hamden and Wallingford.
              I Love 'em too!!
              With Apricot or seedless Raspberry Trappist Jam.... mmmmmmmmm drool

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                madisoneats Apr 3, 2007 03:33 AM

                I buy them at Stop and Shop in Madison, CT ---so they do carry them. Ask the grocery manager at your store to put in an order!

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