Shoppers Are Calling This New $3 Italian Pasta at Trader Joe’s “So Delicious”

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When it comes to fresh pasta, Trader Joe’s doesn’t mess around. The popular grocery store always has some kind of new pasta offering in its refrigerated section, made with seasonal ingredients like butternut squash or sweet corn with burrata. Recently, Trader Joe’s dropped a new pasta offering that looks like just the thing we’ll want to cook for an easy side this summer: Spinach & Ricotta Raviolini.

According to Trader Joe’s, the Spinach & Ricotta Raviolini is made in Italy, with tiny ravioli that are 50 percent pasta and 50 percent filling. The pasta is fresh and comes in 10-ounce packages, serving about two to three people per packet. The filling includes spinach in a creamy, garlicky bechamel sauce, blended with ricotta and mozzarella cheese. Because the sauce inside the pasta is rich on its own, you could simply serve this pasta with a drizzle of olive oil, fresh cracked pepper, and freshly grated Pecorino Romano cheese. However, nothing is stopping you from warming up a Trader Joe’s pasta sauce, like the Three Cheese Pomodoro or the Arrabiata Sauce.

While these raviolini are delicious on their own, they could also make for a great alternative to any dishes where you would use a tortellini, like a creamy tortellini soup or a tortellini primavera. Trader Joe’s has not specified if these raviolini are around for a limited time or not, but given that the grocer is always changing things up on shelves based on seasonal offerings, if you love these raviolini, you might want to grab some extra packages and throw them in the freezer for later.

Didn’t get a chance to grab a Trader Joe’s Spinach & Ricotta Raviolini? Why not make your own by preparing mini versions of our homemade cheese ravioli recipe?