Trader Joe’s Tater Tots, Potato Filled


These Trader Joe’s tater tots are a solid choice for a freezer meal that is super filling, crispy when cooked properly and a good price at $2.29. I think using the air fryer may be the best method with these, but you can also just put them in the oven or use a skillet or toaster. I tend to be lazy when I make meals that aren’t that healthy so I usually just stick these in the oven until they get nice and crispy on the outside. These aren’t the most amazing things I’ve ever had but they get the job done, and are lacking a lot of the unhealthy ingredients that some name brand tater tots have…….…….

  • 150 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 32 oz
  • Can be made in air fryer, oven, toaster or skillet
  • Officially called Trader Potato Tots

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Tater Tots at Trader Joe’s


There are so many good Trader Joe’s potato options in the freezer that I tend to forget about these tater tots. I love the frozen Trader Joe’s hash browns and the potato pancake latkes just a tad more than these regular old balls of potato. How would everyone rank the different frozen Trader Joe’s potato options? And if anyone has made a crazy unique tater tot recipe with these, let me know! It’s really hard to mess up tater tots as long as you make sure to cook them long enough to they get good and crispy. Air fryer, oven, oil in the skillet all do the trick for a nice crisp. If you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a shot…..


Ore Ida Extra Easy Tater Tots, 4.5 Ounce — 12 per case.

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Price: $2.29



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