Trader Joe’s Shepherd’s Pie, Beef with Gravy

This Trader Joe’s shepherd’s pie is made with beef, gravy, vegetables and mashed potatoes, and is super filling and rich dish. This has been around at TJs in some form for many, many years, and has changed a bit over the last few. It’s not the best tasting beef shepherd’s pie I’ve ever had, but it does have a lot healthier ingredients than the average frozen beef shepherds pie. Its not that easy to find legitimate beef shepherd’s pie in the frozen section, so as long as your expectations aren’t too high, I think people will like this version………….

  • 170 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 16 oz
  • 3 grams of fat per serving

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Beef Shepherd’s Pie at Trader Joe’s

This Trader Joe’s shepherd’s pie is a solid option when you want a stick to your ribs, comfort food in the winter.There are definitely a lot of potatoes in this and they tend to dominate the taste and texture, but there are still a decent amount of veggies and beef. How does everyone like this beef shepherd’s pie compared to ones they’ve made or had at restaurants? If anyone has a good homemade shepherds pie recipe, we’d love to hear about it! And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..

Colman’s Shepherd’s Pie Mix, 1.75-Ounce Packages (Pack of 12)

Dinner Pies: From Shepherd’s Pies and Pot Pies to Tarts, Turnovers, Quiches, Hand Pies, and More, with 100 Delectable and Foolproof Recipes

Price: $4.49

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5 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Shepherd’s Pie, Beef with Gravy

  1. I purchased the Shephard’s pie as it is my favorite dish. It was 90 and possibly 95% potato. It actually looked the opposite of the picture on the box.

  2. Nasty and wouldn’t feed it to my dog. Nothing at all like the picture on the package and am going to take empty container back to store for refund. TJ’s should pull this from their line of frozen entrees!

  3. I’ve had a lot better potato soup. Had a real hard time finding any beef. Had two micro pieces of carrot, two pieces of corn, two peas and two small green things I couldn’t identify. 95% runny potato purrie.

  4. This was not good – I will not buy this again.
    As mentioned, it’s 98% bad mashed potatoes with a few carrots and peas. Negligible amounts of beef.

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