Trader Joe's Fans Are Obsessed With This Breaded Fried Ravioli

There's a new product that's hit the shelves at Trader Joe's locations across the U.S., and fans are freaking out. Anyone who has ever tried fried ravioli likely already knows the hype is real, but those who haven't don't know what they're missing. Three Bridges even reported that out of 2,000 people it surveyed, 87 percent said they loved eating ravioli (via The Things). And what's not to love? Luckily for us, Trader Joe's has cut out the work of frying your own ravioli, thanks to its new bags of breaded fried ravioli. All you have to do is heat them up and hope you don't eat the whole bag right away.

The latest product was spotted and posted to Instagram by @traderjoeslist, a Trader Joe's fan account. The photo was shared on Feb. 2, and within a day, it already had close to 41,000 likes. The caption read, "NEW BREADED FRIED RAVIOLI I will be admiring you all enjoying these gluten crusted noods from afar! Trader Joe's really crushes the ravioli game and this only adds to their incredible list of ravioli. Will you be adding this to your Trader Joe's List?" Naturally, there are a lot of people who are excited about this new development. However, there were plenty who were bummed that there isn't a gluten-free option.

Here's what Trader Joe's fans are saying about its fried ravioli

While there were plenty of people who were upset that there currently is not a gluten-free equivalent, there were just as many fans tagging their friends and sharing their thoughts on the new ravioli. One person wrote, "oh I prayyyyy these are good! Target used to sell the most amazing ones under the market pantry brand!! And then they got discontinued. The best sauce is a combo of cream cheese and marinara to dip them in!!" Another wrote, "guess I have to buy an air fryer now." It would definitely make crisping these raviolis a lot easier.

Another user commented, "damn TJ's really told me no to my summer body plans." While yet another fan added, "just bought it!! Btw they are not by the other frozen pastas, they are with the frozen hors d'oeuvres." So, keep an eye out for them and pick up your favorite sauce while you're at Trader Joe's. You might even want to grab two of everything because these definitely won't last long.