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Sold in the frozen section.
– April 10, 2021
Yummy!! Just the right amount of crispy flaky pastry filled with the perfect amount of not too sweet delicious custard. Add a dash of cinnamon to your out of the oven tartlets and they taste just like some of the best “pasteis de nata” that you will ever taste in Portugal.
– April 10, 2021
Delicious! I recommend patient waiting and cooking in the oven as opposed to microwave to get the nice flakiness on the crust-light and creamy-taste like authentic natas-the perfect desert when you want something special and not too sweet
– April 11, 2021
Trader Joe’s did not disappointed me it’s absolutely delicious with an awesome crispness to it and the right sweetness , just dust a little cinnamon powder to it at the end of baking time and you got yourself an authentic Portuguese Pastel de Nata
– April 14, 2021
Im Portuguese and I just tasted them. Delicious!
– April 22, 2021
OMG – These are the real deal. We had them nearly every day of our 6-week visit to Portugal. We’re fortunate to have a Portuguese bakery nearby that makes them, but TJ’s are BETTER. I let them thaw in the box overnight on the counter. The best way to warm them is with a toaster oven, Center Rack, without the foil cup. for 3 minutes +/-
As stated above, they can be served with a dusting of cinnamon or not. I can never decide, so I duct 1/2 of each.
– April 23, 2021
I traveled to Portugal about 2 years ago and had several different pasteis de nadas (and bifana sandwiches too.). I purchased the ones from Trader Joe’s a few days ago. I’ve had them hot and warm. They are really light, flaky, not to sweet, and tasty. I would highly recommend!
– April 29, 2021
Just got back from my TJ’s in Wayne, PA and they don’t have them. Dying to try them.
– April 30, 2021
These are very delicious!!
– May 2, 2021
They are delicious but only 3 stars because they need to do a better job with packing safety, the tarts are simply in a box without tampering protection.
– May 2, 2021
OMG! Ever since my Portugal trip 2 years ago I have longed for these! Then I heard about these! They are fabulous so stock up they fly out of the store. I am going to try another reviewers way of cooking them. Thaw in frig overnight then heat in oven a few minutes. Yum!
– May 10, 2021
I was told by the store this are seasonal. I bought 4 packs then went back folowing week and they all gone.
Please Stock this as regular item..This item sells realy good someone should take note!
– May 10, 2021
I can’t believe when you find a product like this that is so good and then go back to get more, you are told it is seasonal. I moved from Union County, where there are several places to purchased them from to Ocean County that has very few good ethnic delis to purchase items like the Custard Tart. Please Trader Joe restock soon.
I can’t believe when you find a product like this that is so good and then go back to get more are told it is seasonal. Please Trader Joe restock soon and don’t make them seasonal.
I can’t believe when you find a product like this that is so good and then go back to get more are told it is seasonal. Please Trader Joe restock soon.
– May 15, 2021
The egg tarts should not be seasonal!!! They’re a crowd-please and very similar to the ones baked in Portugal. It’s hard to fathom why because they sold out immediately in the 3 different TJ’s I shop at in Chicago. Very disappointing when a great new product is introduced, then discontinued as with the TJ’s frozen shrimp toast that was temporarily available.
– May 16, 2021
I heard you are planning to put a Trader’s Joe here near Erlanger, Kentucky, not far from where we live and I can’t wait long enought so that I can go and buy the Portuguese Custard Tarts ( NATA ) that I have been looking for around here and online and I can’t wait long enought ( unless I take a plane and fly to Portugal ) .!/!* let me know as soon as you put your roots in this area…!!! Obrigado !
ps: I taste one while visiting my step daughter in New York
– May 22, 2021
Brst dessert at Trader Joes and as good as the ones in Portugal. Please say Trader Joes will keep them in the store!
– August 2, 2021
Yes please bring these back as regular item! I was so sad when these were told it was seasonal!
– August 28, 2021
Is it WHY these tarts were DISCONTINUED, because of our 5/out of 5 ratings???
– April 8, 2022
– May 16, 2022
So so, I tried them microwave, and oven and found them to be a bit flavorless. I really like egg tarts and have tried most of the ones in NYC china town and in LA. From the microwave they take like rubber eggs without flavor. From the oven less rubbery but still lack that fresh egg flavor. I really wanted to live these but just was a fail for me.
– May 27, 2022
I wished they bought it back! Reminds me of being in Lisbon!
– June 2, 2022
My local stores in Chatsworth, Ca.and West Hills Ca. don’t stock this item I am sad
– March 21, 2023
So glad that these are back. They are so similar to the ones I had in Lisbon. They are also cheaper than the ones in Lisbon
– April 2, 2023
These are wonderful! Flakey crunchy crust and delicious custard filling. Not quite the same “egg custard” as the ones at the bakery but very similar and bottom line, this is a wonderful dessert that’s light and satisfying
– April 22, 2023
Loved these in Portugal and TJ’s come close to perfection. Got to grab them quickly as they sell out.
– May 11, 2023
I’m portuguese and I can tell you these are the real thing. Crispy pastry, rich but not too sweet custard, it rivals some of the best I’ve ever tasted back in Portugal. Thanks for bringing these over to the US Trader Joe’s!
– August 25, 2023
Good but too sweet
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