The pros: Trader Joe's Artisan Brioche Rolls are just as magical as Trader Joe's Brioche Bread. If you've tried the brioche bread, then this is just as good.
The cons: At $3.99 for six rolls, it is a bit pricey, but well done.
The verdict: It's nearly Fourth of July, which means we are heading towards another summer full of BBQed food items. If you are planning on BBQing these are the rolls to pick up. For $3.99 you are getting six high quality and great tasting rolls. They are also far better than Trader Joe's Classic Hamburger Buns.
If you haven't had brioche before, then you are in for a treat. It's a buttery bread that is very light and airy. These don't have the pretty swirls of buttered bread in each roll, but they have the same flavor. That flavor is greatly enhanced by toasting these. The roll is light, buttery, and worth the caloric difference between it and the regular hamburger bun in the bread aisle. With a slight crisp from toasting, you'll be able to get layers of both flavor and texture. I made mine with Trader Joe's Buffalo Burgers. I also put some ketchup on the bread. The toasted layer did not get soggy. In fact, it kept an extra layer of texture.
Overall, if you can find these while at your local Trader Joe's, then these are the rolls to reach for. I've purchased these the last few times I've been in Trader Joe's.
So here is the quick visual run down of the product.
The bag of Trader Joe's Artisan Brioche Rolls:
The nutritional information and the ingredients:
Out of the package you get:
Would I buy this again? Yes! While you could have a burger or sandwich on two slices of Trader Joe's Brioche, these are perfect for sandwiches or burgers. I'll absolutely buy these again.
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