Trader Joe’s Eggplant Parmigiana Sfogliatelle Reviews
Crispy Italian pastry with eggplants, a blend of four cheeses, and tomatoes.
Ingredients: wheat flour, eggplant, margarine, water, ricotta cheese, bechamel, diced tomatoes, tomato paste, mozzarella cheese, grana padano cheese, sunflower oil, salt, sugar, skim milk powder, lactose, butter powder, salt, milk proteins, pecorino romano cheese, extra virgin olive oil, onion, basil, animal rennet, cornstarch, white pepper, garlic powder.
Contains milk, egg, wheat. May contain soy and pistachio.
Nutrition: 180 calories per serving (about 2 pieces), 6 servings per container.
Just tried it last night. Did it in the airfryer…needed a couple minutes less than the instructions, but what a treat!! Crispy!! And it unraveled the way it should and the eggplant was tasty. Will definitely get this again!!
I am from Napoli. Awesome product. Fantastic. And how about the price. God bless Trader Joe
It’s fantastic! I’ve been making one or two to have with eggs in the morning. So easy and delicious – I really hope that they bring them back!
These may be my favorite TJ’s product ever! Crispy and flavorful from the air fryer. What a delicious little savory snack!
Amazing! Planned to do as appetizers for a holiday party. Went to my local store and it’s sold out, there’s not an open spot anymore either. Hope they bring them back!
Fantastic. Will be doing this again, and again!
Chris Waters –
Absolutely amazing. It will be nice to have a little less salt, but I still love it!!! I went to TJ just for Sfogliatelle, but did not see it today.
This is my #2 favorite from TJ. My #1 is Pesto Gnocchi I used to buy back in 2008 or 2009.
Bite sized happiness
Frank and Weslee –
We tried these and absolutely LOVED them and went back today to get more and we were told it was a promotional item and might be back later in the year!! We have no idea why this particular item would be promotional and not kept year round. We were so bummed that they weren’t getting them back now!
Tasty and interesting crispy outer layer. Lots of sodium, though.