Trader Joe’s Danish Kringle is a flat, ring shaped pastry that has icing on top and is filled with yummy, sugary filling. This is one of the few products at TJ’s that is sold in other groceries, with identical packaging. The $7.99 price at Trader Joe’s tends to be cheaper than other grocery stores. If you pop this in the oven for 3 minutes at around 425 degrees you will have a gooey delicious pastry that tastes homemade. At different times there is also a Pumpkin Danish Kringle and Almond Danish Kringle that is sold. I think the original Trader Joe’s Kringle is the best of the bunch…….…….
- Danish kringle made in Wisconsin
- Net Weight: 1 lb, 8 oz
- 230 calories per serving
Trader Joe’s Danish Kringle
Sometimes the nearly $8 price of the danish kringle seems a little steep to be honest, but it does weigh in at a pound hand a half, which is pretty significant for a coffee cake style pastry. Has anyone been so brave as to but butter or jam on their kringle, or is that frowned upon? I feel like people love this so much that they usually just eat it plain. Hot. And very, very quickly! Let me know your favorite flavor of danish kringle and how exactly you love to eat these delicious pastry coffee cakes! The only negative is sometimes after eating a kringle I think to myself that maybe I would have rather just had a super rich and buttery regular coffee cake instead. Either way you can’t really go wrong. Plus, these are still made in Racine, Wisconsin at a local bakery, which is pretty cool. Cheers to the holiday season and the Trader Joe’s Danish Kringle being back in stock! If you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..
– O & H Danish Kringles, Set of Two, Pecan and Raspberry Kringle. Gourmet Danish Kringle Holiday Food Gift. A favorite for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter and more!
– The Pioneer Woman Cooks―A Year of Holidays: 140 Step-by-Step Recipes for Simple, Scrumptious Celebrations
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