Trader Joe’s Florentine Lasagna Reviews

(25 customer reviews)

Tender pasta sheets layered between spinach, a blend of cheese, garlic, and herbs. Sold in the frozen section.

350 calories per serving, and around 3.5 servings per container. Serving size: 1 cup.

Can be cooked in a microwave or conventional oven.

Ingredients: milk, spinach, water, enriched durum wheat flour, parmesan cheese, ricotta cheese, unbleached enriched flour, provolone cheese, onion, garlic, canola oil, cream, wheat starch, eggs, sage, rosemary, basil, salt, romano cheese, pecorino romano cheese, extra virgin olive oil, black pepper, nutmeg, parsley, lemon juice, fennel seed, and crushed chili peppers.

Contains milk, egg, wheat. May contain soy.

Category: Tag:

25 reviews for Trader Joe’s Florentine Lasagna Reviews

  1. Penny

    Disappointed- it’s like they dumped a bag of frozen chopped spinach between lasagna sheets and called it a day. Maybe some seasoning and omg, ricotta ? Maybe that would have driven up the price point…

  2. Penn

    Not great

  3. Chaz

    This gets one star only because I can’t give less. This box of barely edible ingredients is lacking absolutely everything you want in a meal and that’s no exaggeration. There is little or none of the following: flavor, texture, structural integrity, appeal. Avoid at all costs unless you’re seeking an empty disappointing and wholly unsatisfying experience.

  4. M Carpenter

    So disappointed. The pasta sheets are flabby and the sauce has no flavor. Had to throw it out…. But it sure looks good on the box!

  5. Adam

    A box of boring! Thin and watery with very little flavor….
    Very disappointing! And it’s supposed to be a “family size??” Not in this country!
    I love TJ’s and nothing stops me from going back!
    Remember, if you don’t like something, just tell them and they will happily refund you your money.

  6. Nell

    Sad to say this product really misses the mark. Way too much sage gives it a bitter taste, spinach and cheese are not blended together at all and all the spinach somehow ended up on just one side of the lasagna( ??). I hope Trader Joe’s reboots this idea because I think a well-made Florentine lasagna can be delicious.

  7. Anonymous

    I thought it was delicious and will buy again. Great with a side salad and sm piece of garlic bread

  8. Cecilia

    Horrible: incredibly bitter taste from the dried basil, which was weird. Watery, unseasoned layer of greens. Avoid!

  9. LG

    I’m wondering if the low/no star disappointed reviewers microwaved their lasagna. I baked it in the oven and it was really delicious. My husband and I enjoyed it and would buy it again.

  10. Ren

    This was awful. It tasted of nothing.

  11. Rick

    I have to agree with the other post inquiring about microwave vs oven, did it bin the oven, garlic toast and a nice salad made for a classic lasagna meal, served 3 hungry people, so small on the family size

  12. Anonymous

    5 stars

  13. Anonymous

    Wonderful product out of the oven and my colon loves it too! Thank You.

  14. SS

    Love it! So delicious! Cheesy and creamy with garlic and herbs. I baked mine and it came out great. I would recommend baking. Please keep this item at TJs.

  15. Anonymous

    I searched for this site just to see if I was missing something about this product. Baked ours in the oven as directed, and it came out watery and completely bland. Will not be buying again. The mix of 1 and 4-5 star reviews makes me wonder if this was an off batch…

  16. Kat

    Sadness in a box. Baked in oven, threw in garbage. So so disgusting! 0 stars!

  17. shae

    Bland, just kinda vaguely herby like a store bought pesto and absolutely no seasoning or cheesey flavor.

  18. Bill Yee

    My wife and I loved the Florentine Lasagna. We baked it in the oven and loved the caramelized top and deep garlic flavor. Food as medicine…

  19. michaluna

    2.5 stars from me. This had so much potential: I LOVE all things spinach/kale, florentine, garlic, Italian, etc. But this had an odd chemical-ly aftertaste? My teens did bake it a little longer than they should have, and it was *quite* brown on top, so that could explain the taste, possibly??? I would try this once more to see if its better next time if browned less. >>As others have said MORE CHEESE is needed here — mozzarella or maybe more provolone? & more ricotta cheese!!!. The first three ingredients here are milk, spinach (more spinach is great as far as I’m concerned) but then water. Blah. Next time I will sprinkle it with some mozzarella or parm in the last few minutes of cooking.

  20. michaluna

    I forgot to add: my starving teens didn’t touch the leftovers of this that were in the fridge. Leftover pasta untouched by ravenous teens. That pretty much says it all.

  21. Gloria Carson

    Such a disappointment after having the previous Trader Joe lasagna! This Florentine one was soggy, garlicky and tasteless! I’ll never buy it again!

  22. Benjamin Schall

    This blows. Very watery. Very bland. Not good

  23. Laurie Fletcher

    I don’t get the bad reviews. I let the baked lasagne sit and it came out just great. I served the slices on a bed of thinly sliced tomatoes and it was delicious. I wouldn’t hesitate to buy this again.

  24. Donna Stavis

    I don’t understand the negative reviews. I think it is delicious. I made mine into oven and gave it a bit more time. I loved the seasoning and the textures.

  25. Kathy

    The key for this (and really any dish) is to let it set for about 15 minutes. Everything settles, and then it’s great. I had it last night, and now I’m going out to find more to stick up in my freezer.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may also like…