Trader Joe’s Turkey Burgers, Frozen

These Trader Joe’s turkey burgers are a fantastic option for lean, good tasting burgers. They come in four 1/4 pound pre frozen raw patties, and have just three ingredients in them- turkey, salt and rosemary. You can grill them, put them in the skillet (my preferred method) or even mash them up for ground turkey if you wanted to. Because of how lean they are, I think some combo of the grill taste coupled with the sear from a pan makes these TJs turkey burgers really delicious and healthy. And they are lacking a lot of the preservatives and weird ingredients that some frozen turkey burger brands have…..…….

  • 180 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 16 oz
  • Zero grams of sugar per serving
  • Ingredients are turkey, kosher salt and rosemary extract

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Turkey Burgers at Trader Joe’s

There are a few different red meat burger alternatives at TJS, but these Trader Joe’s turkey burgers stand out for thier taste and healthiness. I like these even better than the chili lime chicken burgers because they are super neutral tasting that allow for any sauces or condiments to be added. Does anyone have any delicious recipes that they’ve made with this Trader Joe’s turkey burger meat? And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..

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Columbus Seasoned Turkey Burgers Pack of 2 (10 Patties Each, 20 Total Patties) – Gluten-Free – Meat Frozen Meal – Natural Turkey, Raised with No Antibiotics or Hormones

Price: $3.49

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2 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Turkey Burgers, Frozen

  1. Every couple years I forget myself, and buy these turkey burgers again. They sound like I would love them! I am always disappointed. They barely taste of turkey, but my real issue is the tiny pieces of bone or gristle in every single one. These are simply not worth the gag reflex I get.

  2. I did not like them, too salty. and they were dried out, I under cooked them a little, and they were still to chewy dry.

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