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Home Cookin’ – Trader Joe’s Frozen Quiches

 
 

Trader Joe's Frozen Quiches

Trader Joe's Frozen Quiches

I should change the heading to “home heating” instead of cooking, been an awful lot of ‘heat and eat’ at the house this week. 

Today it was personal-sized quiches from Trader Joe’s, and mostly, they were damned tasty. Although you can microwave these (3 minutes), I prefer to do them in the oven (400 for 20 minutes), and they turn out just fine either way.

We had two different varieties today, the “Mexican” (Jack and Cheddar with green peppers) and the “Spinach and Mushroom” the base of which is Swiss.

I preferred the Mexican, and you wouldn’t know there were peppers in it, but it was definitely more cheesey than the Spinach.

They say that most of TJ’s foods are made by major brand names and repackaged, sometimes with a little tweak, sometimes not. But usually the TJ brand is considerably less than the big brand name, and such would be the case if these are made by the significant player in the frozen quiche industry.

 

Trader Joe's Frozen Quiches

Trader Joe's Frozen Quiches

 

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