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– January 12, 2016
Horrible product! Will not cook properly. You end up with a big doughy mess. This has happened to me both times I purchased it. Avoid it!!
– September 22, 2016
I agree with Kathy’s review– did not get as crispy as the Ham and onion pizza, which appears to have the same crust.
I also really REALLY disliked the mustard on this pizza. I didn’t realize it was there, and thought I tasted mustard as I was eating it… confirmed it on the box after some searching. Not a fan at all.
– July 17, 2017
Couldn’t eat it because it fell apart in the oven. It said to cook directly on the rack but it wasn’t sturdy enough for that. Made such a mess.
– June 2, 2018
Can’t believe the negative reviews for this product. It is SO good! Two things I did differently from package instructions: I cooked it on a cookie sheet, not directly on the oven rack; and I baked it for 13 to 14 minutes, not just 10. Delicious! I’ll buy it again and again.
– June 26, 2018
I had the same trouble as the other reviews. It fell apart so I couldn’t cook it directly on the rack. So, like the other reviewer, I too cooked it on a cookie sheet for over 10 minutes. Edges got crispy but it was a doughy mess in the middle. I liked the flavor, but had to “spoon it” to eat it…will not buy again.
– October 5, 2018
– November 8, 2018
I have been miserably bloated since eating this pizza a couple hours ago. I do not have any dietary restrictions that I know of but something in this pizza did not agree with me. I was already annoyed by the way this pizza fell apart and made a nasty goopy mess in my oven, and now in my stomach too!
– February 21, 2019
Agreed — tasty but cooked to complete MUSH when following instructions! Way too thin crust, maybe, or just bad design. You can’t eat it like a regular flatbread pizza — you WILL get messy. Won’t buy again ever.
– March 16, 2019
Very Tasty, worth the time to figure out how to get a crisp crust. I placed it on a rack over a cookie sheet and raised the temp to 460. Still very tasty but still soggy in the middle. Will try again.
– February 17, 2020
Mine came out perfect, but I used a countertop convection oven at 425 for about 14 or 15 minutes. It was thin & crispy.
– March 11, 2020
Same problem as everyone else…did it on a cookie sheet and complete mush in the middle!
– October 2, 2020
I also have that soggy center, But I LOVE the taste.
It’s Not a PIZZA,the center; that everyone calls “DOUGH” is actually melted Brie
maybe the crust below that tasty mess should be slightly thicker, I will still be buying it
– October 11, 2020
We got a crispy, flaky, awesome crust! I was surprised to read the soggy-bottom reviews! We cooked this in an air fryer, which only went to 400 so we cooked it for 12 minutes and it was actually a bit burned, and the crust was crispy and flaky and really awesome, it held together really well, ’twas fine when held like pizza. The melty-warm brie was so creamy and a bit browned on top, the cherry tomatoes were so flavorful they tasted garden-sun and vine-ripened; and the fresh basil rounded off these simple, elegant flavors, textures, aromas in a surprising and amazing whole that tastes so much more than the sum of it’s simple parts; so super-tasty together, I have to go get another one this weekend. The next one I’ll try on-the-rack over a cookie sheet; perhaps higher temp, longer time, for a well-done pizza. We shall see how that endeavor & experiment goes. I would totally recommend trying this Trader Joe’s Brie and Tomato French Tarte Pizza taste sensation! Those French chefs really lived up to their reputation and hit a home run with this one. It is really super-tasty and crisped up nicely in an air fryer; looking forward to trying another one tomorrow, mmm…!
Addendum to my previous review: we also let the Brie & Tomato French Tarte Pizza “rest” or cool for about 3 minutes before cutting into it. That helps with regular pizza, too. And almost, but not quite, everything out of a hot oven.
– November 9, 2020
I placed my tarte on a cookie sheet that I preheated in the oven till it was quite hot, placed the tarte on it and baked at the suggested temperature for about 15 min. I slid a knife under it to test for crispiness. It turned out perfect. I will definitely buy this again as it was delicious.
– January 24, 2021
Great product. Love it more than any other types that TJ offers.
– February 10, 2021
This is my absolute favorite Trader Joe’s item, but you have to eat it within 5 minutes of coming out of the oven, otherwise the center goes mushy. I cook mine on a round aluminum pizza pan. I cook it for an extra 5-7 minutes, then I let it sit in the hot oven for about 10 minutes more while the oven cools down. This helps it stay crispy longer.
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