Things I love at Trader Joe’s

*Check back for new updates and new additions – apparently, TJ’s gets 10-14 new items each week, and consequently, the slowest sellers in each of the sections that the new items are going in are out of luck. All I like for the taste, some I like for convenience.*

Pantry items

  • dried cherries
  • whole wheat penne pasta
  • lemon pepper papperdelle pasta (the noodles are infused with lemon and pepper – smells delicious even before cooking!)
  • vodka pasta sauce
  • peanut-butter puffins cereal
  • creamed honey
  • chai tea latte mix
  • jasmine green tea, tea bags
  • pumpkin bread mix – just add chocolate chips!
  • Fizelle Bake-at-home rolls and mini-baguettes

Dairy Items

  • honey Greek-style yogurt
  • strawberry kefir yogurt
  • New Zealand Grass-Fed Cheddar
  • Whipped Cream Cheese

Snack Items

  • kettle corn
  • sweet potato chips
  • pita chips (sea salt [blue], parmesan and garlic [green])
  • yellow-corn tortilla rounds
  • double roasted salsa
  • Chipotle Pepper Hummus (awesome with sweet potato chips!)
  • maple cream sandwich cookies

Dessert Items

  • gummy bears – made with fruit and vegetable extracts and none of those ugly chemicals you can’t pronounce the names of!
  • soft peanut brittle, coated with chocolate

Frozen Foods

  • Paneer Tikka Masala with spinach basmati rice
  • Mandarin Orange Chicken
  • Thai jasmine rice – microwaveable, good for two portions a pouch
  • sweet potato fries
  • skinny green beans, French Haricots Verts
  • edamame, lightly salted, in pods – an addictive and healthy snack
  • Pizza Palermo
  • spinach pesto pizza
  • bbq chicken pizza

frozen foods used to be a shameful, unhealthy indulgence for me. But, I do really like TJ’s frozen food selection. Ingredients are the best of any kind of affordable frozen food I’ve found.

favorites that were discontinued…

  • potato and cheese pierogis
  • vegetable crackers (taste way too good to have veggies in them!)

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