Trader Joe’s Bao Buns, Philly Cheesesteak


These Trader Joe’s bao buns are fluffy, delicious and filled with the traditional ingredients of a Philly cheesesteak. If you’ve ever had bao buns from an authentic restaurant you know they are sweet and light, and usually filled with pork. Trader Joe’s bao buns are a fun combo of traditional bao buns and a solid tasting Philly cheesesteak filling. This is a fun Trader Joe’s frozen meal that I don’t think I would eat all the time but is definitely a welcome addition to the frozen aisle. These aren’t very big, and they come in a pack of four, so at a little over 100 calories per bao bun, these are a good snack to have without totally breaking the calorie bank!………….

  • 430 calories per container
  • Net Weight: 7.05 oz
  • Bao buns stuffed with peppers, onions and shredded beef


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Bao Buns at Trader Joe’s


There are so many good TJs frozen options that I feel like these bao buns sort of get lost in the mix. The funny thing is I think fans of traditional bao buns may be a tad disappointed with the filling, and Philly cheesesteak fans may consider the filling to be very far from an authentic cheesesteak. But that’s not really the point here since Trader Joe’s bao buns are just a cool mashup of flavors that work pretty well.

These aren’t the best tasting frozen snack at Trader Joe’s, but the fluffy and light bao buns are really good, and if you like a peppery filling with a little bit of cheese and beef, you’ll love these. What does everyone think of these overall in terms of taste and texture? Is there a go to dipping sauce you guys use for these? And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..


Bao Bun, Lotus Leaf Frozen – 10 Count (Pack of 12)

Original Philly Cheesesteak Value Seasoned Beef Sandwich Slices, 6 Ounce — 27 per case.


Price: $3.49



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