When we’re kids, bliss just comes naturally. But as we grow up, we start to think feeling good should wait until there’s nothing more important to do.We forget how important it is to stop now and then and be delighted with what’s right in front of us.
We think everyone should squeeze moments like that into every day. Pet a dog, smell a flower, count stars and, once in a while, lose yourself in something sweet and delicious as if you didn’t have a care in the world. Desserts are what we make at Chudleigh’s, but bliss is why we do it.
We first invited people to visit our family’s apple farm in Milton, Ontario, in 1967. We were inspired to see how families from nearby cities loved this taste of country life, and how a sunny fall day on the farm just seemed to turn everybody into a kid. Fresh apple pie seemed like a natural way for visitors to take that memory home with them, so we soon began baking them from scratch on site. And word spread.
Today, we do our baking in a modern 110,000 square foot bakery five minutes down the road from our family farm. With 200 dedicated full time employees making desserts for customers across North America and beyond, Chudleigh’s has become a real Canadian success story. But we’ve never strayed far from our roots, and we think that shows in every bite.