Trader Joe’s Puff Pastry

This Trader Joe’s puff pastry has been around a number of years at TJs, and is still made in France with real butter and no shortenings. I think this is one of my favorite baking frozen items at Trader Joe’s, since it can be hard to find an affordable and quality puff pastry made with actual butter at regular old grocery stores. You can make anything from cinnamon rolls to biscuits with these ready to use puff pastries at Trader Joe’s…..…….

  • 170 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 18.2 oz
  • Zero grams of sugar per serving
  • Made in France
  • Comes with two sheets
  • Pâte Feuilletée
  • Seasonal

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Trader Joes Puff pastry

Trader Joe’s pie crusts and Trader Joe’s puff pastries are two of my go to holiday frozen baking products, and I always know Thanksgiving is around the corner when these appear in the frozen aisle. What does everyone like to make with this Trader Joe’s puff pastry? If anyone has a super yummy semi homemade recipe using these frozen puff pastries, let us know! And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..

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4 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Puff Pastry

  1. I always buy multiple boxes of this puff pastry every year when TJ’s stocks it. However, this year the sheet of pastry looks at least an inch shorter than last year so it won’t hold the filling in the recipes I’ve always used it for. Did it shrink or is it my imagination?

  2. I’ve bought multiple boxes of TJ’s puff pastry for years and used it all during the year, anxiously awaiting the next time they stocked it. However, this year I’m really disappointed in it. The weight shows 18 oz., just a bit lighter than the box you show at 18.3 oz. However, it appears much smaller. Now it’s a square instead of a rectangle and it’s a good bit thicker. That shape doesn’t work for some of my recipes as I’ve tried thinning it a bit with a rolling pin in an effort to create a rectangle. That made it so tough that it’s very hard to cut through. Has anyone else noticed this and had a problem with it?

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