The pros: Trader Joe’s Handmade White Tortillas are super tasty and very fresh tasting. These are imperfectly shaped which makes them seem a bit more homemade.
The cons: I wish these were available in more sizes and I wish I could find this on a more consistent basis.
The verdict: For $2.99 there are 8 tortillas in the package. They can be stored at room temperature, but can placed in the refrigerator for extended storage. These are best slightly warmed. I warmed mine in a pan. They were just enough to hold your food, but thin enough and light enough to be enjoyable. These made for good tacos, burritos, and an even better quesadilla.
There is no reason to pass these by. My biggest problem with Trader Joe’s Handmade White Tortillas is that I can’t always find them at Trader Joe’s because they are sold out. I’d buy these again and prefer these to Mission or other brands of flour tortillas. If you feel like more flavor than just plain, then don’t hesitate to reach for Trader Joe’s Habanero Lime Tortillas. Don’t let the name scare you either, they really weren’t that hot at all.
Here is the visual rundown of what you get if you purchase Trader Joe’s Handmade Flour Tortillas
The bag of Trader Joe’s Handmade Flour Tortillas:
The nutritional information, the ingredients
Would I buy this again? Yes. These are different that the perfect rounds. They are best served slightly warmed. I’d absolutely buy these again.
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