These Trader Joe’s biscuits are decent tasting rich and buttery buttermilk treats, but they aren’t the best biscuits I’ve ever tasted. They certainly don’t taste like homemade biscuits, but this is pretty much what you’d expect from biscuits out of a tube. They don’t have a lot of the unhealthy ingredients that other national brand ready to bake biscuits have, and are priced well at under $3 for 8 biscuits. Whenever you have the words biscuits and buttermilk together, it has to be at least pretty good. These may lack some of the fresh flaky goodness of a family biscuit recipe, but they get the job done for a quick biscuits and gravy craving or to have hot out of the oven with some butter slathered on. ………….
- 170 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 16 oz
- Contains 8 ready to bake buttermilk biscuits
Ready to Bake Buttermilk Biscuits at Trader Joe’s
There has been a few different variations of biscuits at TJs over the years, including the shortcake shaped ones a few years back. These may be kind of hard to open in the little tube you have to open with a spoon, but it always reminds me of having the Pillsbury cinnamon rolls as a kid, with that amazing icing that was included! In any case, what is everyone’s favorite homemade biscuit recipe?! Or if you like to buy them ready to bake like these, do you usually go for the cinnamon rolls or the biscuits? I usually have a hard time deciding but I feel like the super sweetness of the cinnamon rolls more than the buttery hotness of these biscuits. Just make sure to have some good jam or butter around for when you take them out of the oven!…..
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Why do all these products have to have palm oil. We all know that palm oil is not good for our bodies. And then there is the excess sodium.