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10 New-To-Me Trader Joe’s Favorites

The 10 Best Trader Joe's Products

What are your go-to items at Trader Joe’s? The store is great for stocking up on basics like cereal and milk, of course, but it’s also a black hole of straight-up treasures, like dark chocolate almonds and a $2 work lunch. Here are 10 items that are blowing my mind…

The 10 Best Trader Joe's Products

Fig & Olive Crisps. These chewy crackers have a sweet-and-salty twist that pairs well with soft cheese, especially TJ’s $3 Boursin.

The 10 Best Trader Joe's Products

Turkish Apricots. Have you tried dried apricots where the only ingredient is apricots? These little guys are pretty odd-looking and might elicit some co-worker side-eyes. BUT! They are worth it. These apricots are picked at peak ripeness so they’re soft, sweet and as good as dried fruit gets.

The 10 Best Trader Joe's Products

Cheese Pizza With A Cauliflower Crust. If you’re looking to dip your toes in the food scene’s cauliflower craze, this crispy pizza is a delicious place to start. (Note: Bake longer than suggested for more of a crunch.)

The 10 Best Trader Joe's Products

Cultured Salted Butter. “Trader Joe’s butter is as good as the French stuff,” Bon Appetit proclaimed, and I agree. It’s rich, tangy and makes the yummiest buttered toast ever.

The 10 Best Trader Joe's Products

Everything But the Bagel Sesame Seasoning. Lexi introduced me to this magical blend of sesame seeds, poppy seeds, sea salt flakes, dried garlic and dried onions, and now I put it on everything — eggs, avocados, popcorn, even salads.

The 10 Best Trader Joe's Products

Unexpected Cheddar. Two things that are always good and true? Cheddar and Parmesan. And this crumbly cheese block is the best of both. Side note: It’s dangerous with those Turkish Apricots.

The 10 Best Trader Joe's Products

Zucchini Noodles. Obviously not as stick-to-your-ribs as traditional spaghetti noodles, but these boiled spirals sure taste good with a garlicky tomato sauce and fresh Parmesan.

The 10 Best Trader Joe's Products

Almond Croissants. If you’re itching for overnight guests to take off, DO NOT bake them these croissants. When served fresh from the oven, they’re buttery, flaky and will make your apartment feel like Martha Stewart’s upstate cottage. (Just be sure to let them rise overnight.)

The 10 Best Trader Joe's Products

Bruschetta Sauce. I finally tried one of Trader Joe’s longtime classics: the bruschetta sauce. And I had been missing out! It’s bright and flavorful on toasted baguette, and works as a tomato sauce replacement on pizza and pasta. Also, this three-ingredient recipe blows people’s minds.

The 10 Best Trader Joe's Products

Pound Plus Chocolate. Behold, a $5 dark chocolate bar bigger than your head that will last you a month or two. What more could the solo snacker ask for?

What items would you recommend? Please share below…

P.S. 15 more Trader Joe’s favorites, and Trader Joe’s dinner hacks.

(Photos by Stella Blackmon. This post isn’t sponsored, we just really love Trader Joe’s:)

  1. I’m really excited about this cauliflower crust pizza!

  2. edie says...

    TJ’s sells both frozen and refrigerated pizza dough. I used always go for the former, but the latter is a new favorite. I top it with good pepperoni and some “Italian mix” cheese and it’s great. I would suggest utilizing a pizza stone. It comes out beautifully with wonderful texture and density. And I think it’s only $4 :)

    Also. That Unexpected Cheddar is amazing with their pita crackers (in the orange box.) Also. Chicken Sausage Apple.

    • Lauren says...

      Those pita crackers are INCREDIBLE.

  3. SarahE says...

    I absolutely love their wide selection of flavored nuts! They’re all good but my favorites are the Thai spiced almonds(nice to have a savory option), and the cocoa glazed almonds. I really have to control myself with the latter….
    We like to take them hiking with us.

  4. Lisa says...

    You gotta try the Kale and Hemp Seed salad in a bag. I mix it right in the bag itself, and add grilled chicken. SO GOOD! Here is the description:

    “This particular Complete Salad begins with tender baby kale and crunchy hemp seeds. To round out the flavors of the greens, we’ve included some red and white radicchio leaves (not included in the product name; it just got radicchio-lous!) Slivered almonds deliver additional crunch, Parmesan cheese adds a savory nuttiness, and chopped dates supply a subtle sweetness. Marrying all the flavors together is a bright lemon vinaigrette dressing that may have you thinking of summer in the dead of winter.”

  5. We LOVE the Cornbread Crisps! I think they’re seasonal. They pair well with chili or soup. So good!

  6. JW says...

    I think it may be seasonal but the Autumnal Harvest pasta sauce is so, so good. It’s a tomato-based cream sauce with pumpkin and squash. I wish I bought 20 jars when I had the chance!!!

    Also, while this isn’t specifically a TJ product, they have the best price on mochi ice cream; at least $2 less per box than anywhere else.

    • SarahE says...

      I’m a little late to this post but this homemade sauce is based on TJ’s Autumnal Harvest sauce. I haven’t had TJ’s version but this one is delicious! Really does feel like creamy and satisfying comfort food even though it’s full of veggies. What more could one want? https://cookieandkate.com/2017/creamy-pumpkin-marinara-recipe/

  7. Jane says...

    I just made that 3-ingredient dip using the bruschetta sauce for a New Year’s Day party. It was a huge hit!! So delicious!

  8. Christina says...

    Great post! My mom recently discovered the coffee cocoa batons. They’re sooo good!

  9. Anonymous says...

    I also have to add that the Midsummer Night’s Cream (although not a snack!) is hands-down the best body lotion I’ve ever used. It is better than some of the more expensive lotions I’ve tried! I always go home with two bottles.

  10. Molly says...

    Loved this post! Some of my favorites are the plantain chips, toasted coconut pancake mix, pumpkin butter (seasonal), and the pineapple salsa!!

  11. I highly recommend TJ’s banana chips and coffee cocoa batons! I will definitely try to get some of those 4 almond croissants during my next TJ visit!

  12. Sarah says...

    This post is my jam. Since a TJ’s opened near us 5 years ago, we have literally made weekly trips. My son is nicknamed “the mayor” of the store, and in his 3.5 years has accumulated enough stickers to circle the globe at least twice. Some of our favorites include:
    -peanut butter!!! The smooth or crunchy salted natural stuff is a daily staple. They also make 2 decent sunbutters that are kosher for preschool.
    -riced cauliflower and broccoli. So convenient and well priced.
    -salsa- so many delicious choices!
    -whole milk yogurt with the perfect consistency that the whole family enjoys
    -peanut butter filled pretzels, of course
    -fancy frozen berries- great all year round in smoothies or oatmeal
    -so many cheeses, the black pepper toscano and cheddar gruyere blend being out favorites
    -shade grown espresso -so smooth without a hint of acid
    -all the dark chocolate, 73% or greater
    I could go on….

  13. Love the fig and olive crisps, but all the others are new to me and sound amazing!

    Jen

  14. The Trader Joe’s Reserve Sparkling Rosé is incredible! And under $10!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      yum!!! thanks for the tip!

  15. Shira says...

    I forgot to mention the horseradish hummus, which is my favorite hummus ever of any brand.

    I also used their frozen potato pancakes (latkes) during Hanukkah this year, and they did NOT disappoint!

  16. becs says...

    Yes! I pair the fig/olive crisps with TJ’s blueberry vanilla chèvre for a summer app that looks gourmet. Also, mix the bruschetta with TJ’s pre-steamed lentils (in the refrigerated section) for another hearty appetizer. Sooo good!

    • Sarah says...

      Haha I was just thinking the same! We had one on vacation that lasted a week!!

  17. Meredith says...

    I love your optimism that the chocolate bar would last a month or two…not in my house :D Thanks for the yummy suggestions!

    • Sarah says...

      Oops! See my comment above… ☺

  18. katie says...

    love the dried apricots- with a little peanut butter on them they’re a great snack at work.

    other favorites: frozen pork or veggie potstickers (can become a meal of soup with the right broth and some veggies), salted peanut butter filled pretzels, dark chocolate covered caramels, veggie flaxseed tortilla chips, greek yogurt spinach artichoke dip, coconut cashews

  19. cgw says...

    Quick and easy TJs meal staples, and fam favs are:
    Thai curry sauce (I mix half and half, red and yellow b.c. I’m building my daughter’s tolerance for heat, but if it were just me, I’d use the red), chicken, pre-cut veg, plus rice. In a serious pinch, you can use their pre-cooked chicken in the refrigerated section. One pot, soooooooo good!!!

    Orange chicken, haricort verts, and potstickers (plus rice).

    Not so keen on TJs frozen pizzas, but the frozen Indian section: Outta control! We were in a six month kitchen remodel and had only a microwave, and a very wimpy electric small table top burner. The frozen Indian food was a life saver and very much a favorite in the house. Butter chicken, (saag) paneer, and chana masala, sometimes the potato pockets (can’t remember the name) are full of flavor and taste like it came from a restaurant.

    Frozen mini meatballs in tomato sauce over any type of pasta.

    I could continue but have taken up a lot of space already…

  20. One thing I don’t get. Why is Trader Joe’s importing such a basic product like butter from a different continent and being proud about it? This butter could be easily produced in the US and I guess at no higher cost.

    • june2 says...

      …terroir…? That always makes a difference. Plus higher butterfat content than US cows produce, I think.

  21. Valerie says...

    I love that 3 ingredient salad! I always bring it to parties. People are amazed and I’m always excited to share how easy it is!

  22. Stacie says...

    I love this list! UGH, I want to try the GF cauliflower crust but can’t eat dairy because I’m nursing. I get the plain cauliflower crust but it’s just not the same!

  23. Stephanie says...

    These have got to be my favorite posts.

  24. That Unexpected Cheddar is the BEST! Good tip on the cauliflower pizza in regards to baking time…I made the plain one and swore I’d never buy it again, haha (#soggy). I LOVE the scallion pancakes–they’re in the frozen aisle and go great with the Thai Sweet Chili Sauce + cauliflower rice!

  25. Kelly says...

    I live an hour+ from a Trader Joe’s (and only five minutes from Wegman’s, so I’m pretty spoiled if you know anything about that store). Whenever I make the trek, I always stock up on a few things. I could list a number of others, but they’ve been mentioned in other comments:
    -tuna in oil: it’s so much less expensive at TJ’s than any other grocery store! I buy 6-8 cans at a time. Great for protein packed cold salads (actually got my favorite recipe from a CoJ comment!).
    -ginger beer: even locally made ginger beer has corn syrup in it, while TJ’s doesn’t. Packs a good punch.
    -toilet paper: almost always less expensive than name brand (even when on sale), better quality than regular store brand.
    -Pumpkin O’s (when in season): four+ boxes at a time, and I beg family members who live near a TJ’s to buy some for me when they go shopping.

  26. Simone says...

    I can’t belivee nobody has mentioned their frozen pizza! It’s a staple in our house for dinner: pop one in the oven, whip up a salad, and boom, perfect pizza and salad dinner <3 super easy and the healthy salad balances out the pizza perfectly! Our favorites are the bbq chicken, spicy Sicilian, and arugula pizzas, but all of them are good honestly.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      yes!!! we LOVE these, too. the pesto one (with tomatoes and broccoli) is so good.

  27. EM says...

    If I am ever going to visit the US, Trader Joe’s and Target are going to be on my must visit list (to know what’s all that hype about!)
    In India, we have nothing quite like that, assuming it is similar to Asda or Tesco in the UK which I have been to. All that pre-packaged sauces and ready to eat meals!

  28. Carolina says...

    I don’t know what I would do without Trader Joes!
    Our favorites:
    -The chocolate peanut butter cups. I don’t even like peanut butter or Reeses cups and I think these are heaven!
    -naan
    -teeny tiny avocados. They aren’t always good but when they are, they are SO good and so much cheaper than avocados anywhere else.
    -frozen potato pancakes
    -soy vanilla ice cream. This is the only vegan ice cream that my whole family loves!
    -21 seasoning salute. My daughter loves it on everything– especially good on baked potatoes
    -scooping corn chips (I can’t remember what they are called). SO good!
    -rich and cremy hand lotion. We swear by this during the winter dry season!

    • YES to those peanut butter cups! Perfect little $2 purchase to throw in with a birthday card or thank you!

  29. EDA says...

    Have you tried making marmelade with those apricots?
    Yummy! :)

  30. That is really funny that this post isn’t sponsored!!! I love the English toffee at Trader Joes. And I love to get a tiny cup of coffee and an “example” as my youngest used to call the samples. The GF pizza is so yummy and the green tea mints in the tiny tin are a must for us.

  31. Charli says...

    Fancy pizza night – pick up one of their frozen uncured pepperoni pizzas, a block of parm, a bag of arugula, a bottle of red wine, some olives, and a tub of their sea sale turbinado dark chocolate almonds. Top the pizza with shaved parm, red pepper flakes and bake. Once that comes out, top with the arugula. Obviously pour yourself a glass of wine and have olives while you wait the 10 minutes it takes for the pizza to bake. Almonds for dessert. Finish the wine. You’re welcome.

  32. I love the shortbread chocolate stars that are only available during the holidays!

  33. Sasha says...

    You all are SO stinking lucky. We have no trader joes in montana (I’m convinced that this has more responsibility for our low population than the fact that the high tomorrow is single digits).

    • Emma says...

      No TJ in Honolulu either :( anytime someone visits me from the mainland I make them bring me a few treats from Trader Joe’s though!

    • Anne says...

      yeah! it seems especially cruel to me not to have TJ’s here in Hawaii with them flaunting those aloha shirts over on the mainland. Not cool guys.

  34. kristin says...

    I love their macaroons (frozen section), beet and garlic dip (refrigerated) with everything pretzel slims, hatch valley salsa, carnitas (pre-cooked, great for burrito night) and sliced rosemary ham for sandwiches. Not so into their red meat in general, everything but the…bars, sliced bread (Dave’s is so much better), pre-sliced veg and the over the top plastic packaging.

  35. Lucinda Nemeth says...

    We can’t for the life of us figure out why you would drop the Trader Joe’s sweet hot mustard. It was a wonderful addition to potato salad for topping off any sandwich. We always kept at least one or two jars on hand to serve with cheese, crackers and a glass of wine when friends drop by PLEASE, BRING IT BACK!

    • Sharyn says...

      Omg, yes please!

  36. Em says...

    Thanks for reminding me of that salted butter! The last time it was mentioned here I went straight out and bought it.

    I’ve since kind of fallen off the TJ’s wagon, though. While I love the prices, my boyfriend pointed out that all their food kinda tastes the same. The frozen stuff especially. Like, if you ate an array of grocery stores’ foods blindfolded you’d be able to tell which things were from TJ’s, due to a slightly “off” taste. Does anyone else know what I’m talking about? Now that it’s been pointed out to me, I can’t not notice it.

    All of that said, I highly recommend their other dried fruits, like the mango. Their peanut butter cereal. Their fig granola bars. And the asparagus risotto. :)

    • Megan says...

      All the food is made/ produced by the same folks who make other brands–just put in TJ’s packaging. That’s in his/your head, sorry!

    • Em says...

      Yes!!! I’ve thought that too. Don’t get me wrong, I do love a TJs, but I’ve felt that their baked goods all have the same underlying flavor…

  37. I just discovered (with help from the free samples in the store) their Syrah-soaked Toscano cheese. It’s really good.

    I also love their tiny little individually packaged Brie cheeses. They are so cute and fun to pack in a lunch.

    • Michelle says...

      Second the syrah soaked toscano! I just catered a dinner party recently and did a cheese and charcuterie board. That cheese is always a slam dunk, along with the port salut!

    • Sarah says...

      If you like toscano, try the black pepper version- sooooo tasty! And all of their cheeses are so affordable!

  38. Mimi says...

    My latest obsession…the cranberry chèvre with the cinnamon swirl bread for French toast. Top with pure maple syrup…breakfast heaven!

  39. Kristen says...

    LOVE that bruschetta sauce. This post makes me want to make a special trip!
    Their yogurt cups (Vanilla & Cream, Blueberries & Cream, etc) are THE BEST. Perfectly smooth & thick consistency; perfect balance of sweet & tangy. My son & I eat a cup (or more) every single day! If they ever stopped making them, I would actually cry.
    Also, their Blueberry Vanilla goat cheese is absolutely splendid. I bring it w/crackers to parties and it never lasts long. Ugh. SO GOOD.

  40. Erika says...

    Their Rosemary Raisin Crisps with Boursin garlic cheese are basically the best things to ever happen to me. Also, I could eat Sea Salt & Turbinado Sugar Dark Chocolate Almonds by the handful. And when I say, “I could” I obviously mean, “I do.” I also just tried a kale and hemp salad with parmesan, dates and lemon vinaigrette that will definitely be added to my rotation!

  41. Tami says...

    TJ’s Jingle Jangle (seasonal chocolate treat mix) is seriously euphoric.
    You may as well just hunker down on your sofa with your favorite shows and eat the entire tin.
    No judgement – No one will know.

    • Claire O'Connor says...

      (Have you seen the Jingle Jangle ice cream they just released?)

    • Lia says...

      I got this for my husband because he just binged on Riverdale and Jingle Jangle is apparently a drug that features prominently in the plot of the show. Alas, twas I who grew addicted…and finished the tin. So good!!!!

  42. Emily says...

    Many, many years ago, I belonged to a cooking group. We would meet at someone’s home and each bring a themed dish determined by the host along with several copies of the recipe to share. One month it would be salads, then soups, or appetizers. Well, we ran out of categories after awhile, and someone came up with the idea of recipes using Trader Joe’s ingredients. This theme lasted for almost 2 years! This was 20 years ago, and they did not have half the new products they have now. This post made me nostalgic for my cooking group!

    • Robin says...

      I love that story!

  43. Lauren says...

    TRader Joe’s is the best food source for me!
    Unfortunately they discontinued my favorite holiday cookies
    Please Trader Joe’s bring back the Sea Salt Choclate Chip Bars
    Gingerbread Bars

  44. Jen says...

    How have I been missing out like this!! Going to get it all! Though, that chocolate bar may only last a few days.

  45. Irina says...

    I love those fig and olive crisps! While I miss living near a Trader Joe’s, in a way I’m kind of glad because if we still did, I’d be munching on these ALL THE TIME.

    I used to buy most of our groceries at Trader Joe’s. Really good deals on natural and organic products, from fresh produce to chips & salsa to tofu. It’s hard to list just a few favorites, but some of the things always on my list were Dark Chocolate Lovers 85% chocolate bars (so intensely chocolatey that a small piece was enough to satisfy my craving, yet also really smooth); dried bananas and unsulfured dried mango (my husband was a big fan); Cambozola cheese (it costs at least twice as much at my current grocery store); wine salami; and the Bulgarian red pepper and eggplant spreads.

  46. A says...

    I love their jalapeño dill tarter sauce paired with extra crispy fries!
    The Vino Verde (a white wine from portugal for $4.99) is also great and doesn’t give me an instant headache.

    I have to steer clear of some of their frozen meals though (like eggrolls or fried rice). I think there’s soy or something processed in it that does not settle well with me.

    • A says...

      Oh and my kids love the Turkey Summer sausage.

    • omg I absolutely LOVE vino verde, and I had no idea TJ’s carried it! Thank you!

  47. Unexpectedly Good Cheddar has been my go-to lazy lunch (with an apple) for like three months now. It’s AMAZING.

  48. Wasabi Mayo,
    Gluten Free Pumpkin Pancakes (seasonal)
    Balsamic Glaze
    Gluten Free Bread
    Roasted Red Pepper Soup
    Maple Pecan Granola
    …I really could go on and on but those are my regulars. AND they have great basil plants.
    Eucalyptus Bunch…
    Plantain Chips………stopping now.

    • Nancey says...

      I could live on the Roasted red pepper soup.

    • Natalie says...

      OMG, the Wasabi Mayo! It is so insanely good.

  49. Jess says...

    Oh and I forgot their “Nila Wafers” – I think they call them just vanilla cookies? Whatever, they have real vanilla beans flecked in them and they are incredible. I now make my favorite cheesecake recipe with these crushed as the base, and people go insane for it :)

  50. Shira says...

    Bambas, bambas, bambas!! They have the consistency of Pirate’s Booty, but are peanut butter flavored. They’re dangerous! (If you try to convince me the whole bag isn’t one serving, I might cry).

    • lauren says...

      Do you know they did a really cool study with Bambas and peanut allergies? I guess bambas are a common food to give babies in Isreal and peanut allergies are much less pervasive, so they did a big trial of giving babies bambas and their rate of allergies went way down. Anyway, it’s a cool tidbit and I always think of that when I see bambas!

  51. Blair says...

    Just stocked up for the holidays with some of my TJ favs!
    -Triple cream brie (so amazing and not expensive!)
    -Bistrot de France red wine (about $5! so easy drinking)
    -5 Seed Bars (i eat as a snack, or give to my toddler for breakfast)
    -G-free Cranberry Maple granola to go on top of their European style plain yogurt (in the big red tub) + blueberries
    -Pomegranate seeds (put in your yogurt, or on a cheese board)
    -Almond Kringle
    -Olive Oil Spray
    -The frozen garlic naan + one of their frozen Indian meals tastes better than take-out!
    -And their pre-made meatloaf is SO GOOD! Found it in the refrigerated section. Topped it with some ketchup and warmed it in the oven. Tastes like grandma’s! ;)

    • Erin says...

      Their korma fish curry is SO good! I’m not someone who would even think to order fish curry at an Indian restaurant, but I decided to try it because it’s one of two dairy-free frozen curries. It seriously tastes like it’s made at a restaurant. I like to add a little chopped fresh cilantro to it.

  52. Jess says...

    Sooooo many favorites….
    Pumpkin soup crackers
    Cranberry goat cheese
    Dark chocolate PB cups
    Red curry sauce
    Cheddar/caramel popcorn (sounds weird but it’s so good)
    Fig butter
    Chocolate covered banana slices
    Frozen brown rice
    Cruciferous crunch salad mix
    Frozen garlic naan

    I adore TJ’s!

  53. Carrington says...

    I’m reading these comments just to torture myself AS THERE IS NO TRADER JOES IN SAVANNAH.

    • Jo says...

      Me too! We just moved 25 mins from Savannah and other than our friends and my hairstylist, TJ’s is the only thing I’m missing! We ask family/friends to bring us a list of stuff when they come visit.

    • Katherine says...

      I’m in Savannah too! Reading this to make my shopping list since I’ll be making a TJ’s stop in Jacksonville this weekend!

  54. Gen says...

    Trader Joe’s dark chocolate peanut butter cups!!! They’re so much better than Reese’s. And also their Calamansi Cooler drink.

  55. Cooper says...

    My favorite quick dinner is TJ’s Japanese Fried Rice with extra edamame and a fried egg on top. Mmmm!

  56. I had the the fig and olive crackers as a sample with the Chevre with Honey on top and it was LIFE CHANGING. A really delightful snack, whether you’re home by your self or want to serve something that seems fancy but is really very easy to guests.

  57. Lol at the disclaimer. I still haven’t been to Trader Joe’s. I’m sure I’ve commented on a Trader Joe’s post before here in which I lamented the absence of my presence at my local Trader Joe’s since they opened a couple years ago. But I do want to go at some point. I’m sure I’ve said that before, too. Alas…

  58. Harlie says...

    Hi! I wonder about your selections (and many items at TJs) that aren’t organic/Non-GMO. Does this freak anyone else out? That cauliflower-crust pizza looks amazing, for example, but it most likely has some freaky stuff in it, right?

    • Hilary says...

      All of Trader Joe’s labeled food is non-GMO (which is over 80% of the store). I googled the cauliflower pizza and the ingredients are pretty straight-forward and all things I could find in my own kitchen.

    • Irina says...

      None of the products at Trader Joe’s contain GMOs, even if they are not labeled as GMO free. At least that’s what their staff told me.

    • You are not alone! I basically stick to organic, or at least non-gmo, products. TJ’s does have some organic options too. Occasionally I’ll make an exception especially if there are no ingredients like canola oil, corn, or soy, (= almost always GMO), or meat, or dirty dozen fruit and veg. But then it’ll likely be in plastic packaging, which I avoid too! Shopping is stressful, ha.

    • Annaleah Riley says...

      My husband is a long time employee of Trader Joe’s, and while not everything is organic, ALL of their products are non-gmo! And none of their food has freaky stuff in it! Hope that makes you feel better! ;)

    • Harlie says...

      Oh my gosh, that makes me feel so much better! I had no idea…thanks so much for letting me know!

    • Sue says...

      Many TJ producs include palm oil, which we should be avoiding because of deforestation that is impacting orangutans. I spoke with an employee who encouraged me to write to corporate, which I did–no reply.

  59. Dayna says...

    I’ve made this great goal in life to try every single product at Trader Joe’s. Some of my favorites are the sweet potato gnocchi (in the frozen section), the southwestern salad, frozen vegetable fried rice, the miniature brie (perfect for a lunch or when you just want some Brie and crackers for yourself), etc.

    • Darcee says...

      I second the sweet potato gnocchi and the vegetable fried rice!

    • Kris says...

      The Southwestern Salad is hands-down my favorite item in the store. I practically cry if I go in and they don’t have it in stock.

    • Becca Lynn says...

      i eat 2 southwestern salads every week (for lunch on my busy days) and one week they were out of stock – cue break down in the middle of TJs on a Sunday night lol

  60. Stephanie says...

    My son and I recently bought the 4 pounds plus bar (in dark chocolate, of course), spent like 30 minutes chopping it up and then added an entire bar’s worth to our monster cookie recipe.

    You can only imagine the size of our giant mixing bowl and the brute strength of a four-year-old attempting to stir everything together. Ha!

    Anyhow, I’m convinced that bar is what made the cookies so delicious. Can’t wait to try some of your other recommendations!

  61. Courtney says...

    Where to start?!?!
    – tahini sauce (already made in the refrigerated section) on ANYTHING
    -veggie flax tortilla chips
    -pumpernickel pretzels
    -Bamba
    -frozen lamb chops – so tasty and easy
    – Valdora (I think that’s the name) 85% Dark Chocolate bar
    – St Andre Brie
    – Cambenzola cheese
    – Any of their Spanish cheeses
    – dried plantain chips
    Trader Joe’s is my happy place :)

    • Lisa says...

      TAHINI! Yes! We roast a ton of veggies early in the week and then mix and match different veggie combos with different sauces for lunches, and the tahini covered veggies are always my favorite!

  62. C says...

    espresso pillows.

    • Carly says...

      Retweet

  63. Christina says...

    For sure their vegan kale pesto. It is superb!

    • Amanda says...

      Hear, hear!

  64. Alexandra says...

    Consider the plastic packaging though. Those clam shells TJs overuses for produce are not recyclable in most cases—atrocious. Imagine the landfill space you’re consuming if you buy a nice haul of groceries in this packaging every week. Single serving bags of imported frozen precooked rice? The (petroleum) resources to make these products is unsustainable. Try buying bulk rice in a reusable bag. Cheaper and guilt free. Our snacks should not be this harmful to our earth

    • Alex says...

      So true. I use Trader Joe’s mostly for their fun specialty items because the packaging makes me cringe.

    • Lars says...

      Yes yes yes. PLEASE think about this!

    • Samantha says...

      AGREE! I love TJs for a lot of things, but hate that so much of their food is packaged in plastic!

    • Yep. TJ’s is way too packaging-happy. I always looks for loose organic fruit and veg, cardboard/paper packaging and glass bottles. If that means I don’t get exactly what I want, so be it. I’ll find it elsewhere or make it myself, either way, I’ll sleep better at night.

    • May says...

      Thank you for saying this. I’m always appalled at how oblivious most people seem to be at the sheer amount of trash they produce when stopping at these places. Having a full time job doesn’t absolve you from being a responsible consumer.

    • Amy says...

      I was about to post a similar comment! I have such a love/hate relationship with TJs — good cheap food stuff, but so much over-packaging and waste. (Those “$2 lunches” in the link includes all the toppings in small, non-recyclable little baggies!) I try to stick with the wine, cheese and stuff in glass jars only (tahini sauce, yum!). I avoid almost all the produce at TJ’s — your greenbeans, leeks, etc should be not covered in plastic wrap. It’s so bad for the environment and your personal health.

    • Susan Magnolia says...

      Our family shops at T.J.’s a lot but only purchase items in recyclable packaging (and no plastic bags!). After relying on them for years when our child was young but we could not longer stomach all the garbage we created.

      Now we purchase wine, loose avocados, jars of olives, corn salsa, eggs, fresh bread, ice cream, fair trade dark chocolate and coffee, salted caramel sauce, apples, canned beans, tuna, dolmas and potato pancakes.

    • Susan S. says...

      While I agree with you overall regarding the excessive packaging, and I don’t know the situation where you live, but the plastic clam shells are recyclable, at least in L.A. I was actually quite surprised when I went on our Dept. of Sanitation website recently and found that many things I thought were not recyclable actually are. It was eye opening, so I urge everyone to check it out where they live. You may be able to recycle many things you’ve been putting in the trash.

    • june2 says...

      Heartened to see all the agreement re: excessive packaging…with glaciers disappearing at the rate of 15 feet a day, melting tundra will produce far more carbon than all man-made carbon outputs. I am terrified. Because this means warming to unsustainable standards like, REALLY fast. We need to bury petroleum and by bury I mean stop using it now.

  65. Erin says...

    Forgot to mention our favorite meal: cheese tortellini, the creamy tomato basil sauce and wild caught shrimp. It’s a great easy dinner.

  66. Erin says...

    I buy their balsamic glaze and put it over grilled chicken with that bruschetta sauce – so good!
    And the minty dark chocolate covered marshmallows (which are seasonal) are to die for!!

  67. Heidi says...

    99 cent pasta any shape,
    Pizza sauce, corn bread mix, hatch green chili salsa, corn salsa, flat pretzels, any Barbara’s Cereal (so much cheaper than other stores), and the super cheap greeting cards!

  68. Rebecca says...

    Yes, yes x10!
    Also: fig butter (put it on puff pastry with manchego and bake it up OR on sourdough with the European butter), spanikopita (or Greek cheese spiral), the everything bagel seasoning in their full fat plain Greek yogurt ( I buy 4 a week) is delicious with the olive oil chips…just try it all… I’ve shopped there for 10 years and have only disliked less than a handful of items.

  69. Laetitia says...

    I love their Pumpkin Soup crackers + Brie!
    Also: Trader Joes’ has the best and cheapest Raclette cheese in the US! I wish they kept it all year long!
    The Japanese Fried Rice in the frozen section is my go-to for the Kids’ lunchboxes, and I also Love their MoonX Pinot Noir, delicious and only $6!

  70. The Pound Plus bars are the best! During the holidays, they also come out with 4 pound chocolate bars – perfect for gifts (or for yourself!)

    xo, brooke
    http://www.livethepreplife.com

  71. Their gorgonzola gnocchi in the frozen section for when you need a lazy meal. I usually add in some of their spicy chicken Italian sausage. One pan, less than 10 minutes for the whole she-bang. Also their Fig Butter is sooooo sooo good! On toast, baked with Brie, just delicious.

  72. Meg says...

    As much as I love me some TJs, I have been seeing Aldi on the sly. Seriously, you need to check out Aldi and do a write-up like this one! The cheeses, the snacks, the greek yogurt, dirt cheap fresh produce….and there there are the random “Aldi Finds”. (swoon!)

    • Anne says...

      Yas girl YAAAAS!!!!

    • Meagan says...

      Fun fact: The US branch of Aldi is owned by the brother of the owner of Trader Joe’s. A family feud between the two brothers resulted in the division of Aldi Nord and Aldi Süd in Germany. One or both brothers are deceased now, but family heirs still hold both companies.

    • Danielle says...

      I’ve been seeing both Aldi and Lidl more as well (if TJ’s wasn’t in a small parking lot, I’d go more-it’s a battle to find a parking space).

      I agree with all that you mentioned. Lidl has the BEST frozen enchiladas.

      Aldi and Lidl may give TJ a bit of a run for their money.

  73. Jessica says...

    I shop there every week! For easy family dinners: spatchcocked lemon rosemary chicken, pre-cut butternut squash (for soup) and frozen turkey meatballs. I am definitely going to try the unexpected cheddar and goat brie (recommended in comments). Thanks!

  74. Lisa says...

    We always keep TJ’s smoked rainbow trout and medjool dates in our fridge. Breakfast solved. Deliciousness unlocked.

  75. laura says...

    one of the things I do when browsing potential new apartments is check their proximity to a trader joe’s ;)

    those fig & olive crisps are too good. i love their: sweet chili sauce (great to top a grain bowl and/or chicken), full-fat greek yogurt, gnocchi (the frozen one – forgot the exact name of it), french brioche bread, etc. tbh i’ve found most my favorites from sampling (& then buying) whatever they have at the sample station. & i don’t think i’ve ever been disappointed by their salad in a bag options.

    • laura says...

      AAAND! their light vanilla ice cream is one of my favorites OF ALL TIME

  76. Jessica O'Malley says...

    I feel no shame that I could tackle that pound of chocolate in less than a week.

    • elisa says...

      I thought the same thing. That bar would be lucky to survive a whole week at my house.

  77. The soy chorizo + frozen riced cauliflower makes the best (veg) taco filling!

    The avocado citrus Greek yogurt and the matcha green tea yogurt are in my regular breakfast rotation;

    the Hatch Green salsa + chicken + beans + chicken stock is a super easy chicken chili;

    the dried baby bananas make the best desk snack (but look like a dead baby’s finger – name that movie)

    and I will forever mourn the loss of the candy cane Jo-Joe’s ice cream every holiday season until they bring it back.

  78. Nataly says...

    That butter is incredible! Also, their Cinnamon Swirl bread is truly the stuff dreams are made of.

  79. Mara says...

    The fruit and nut crisps with St Andre triple-cream cheese is my new favorite snack. And they have the best peppermint bark, although sadly it’s gone until next year.

  80. The fully cooked lentils, roasted beets, and spinach are my go to lunch bowl! Topped with a poached egg if I’m at home, and sprinkled with a little vegan cheese. Seriously the easiest, quickest, protein-packed lunch.

  81. Chelsi says...

    The fig & olive crips! I eat them with goat cheese and a thin sliced green apple. Sweet, salty, crunchy, creamy!

  82. Emily says...

    I discovered 2 new Trader Joe’s cheeses at a holiday party this week that, no exaggeration, turned my world upside down: Toscano cheese soaked in Syrah and cheddar with caramelized onions.

    Other go-to’s: Sriracha chips, Bollywood popcorn, Thai chili and lime cashews, and matcha greek yogurt.

    • Sara says...

      Yes and AMEN to the cheddar with carmelized onions. My friend made me a grilled cheese with this (on sourdough cranberry-walnut bread) which was to die for. Fantastic cheese.

    • Leah says...

      the cheddar with caramelized onions is my favorite cheese ever!

    • About to try this caramelized onion cheddar in some homemade pierogies tonight!

  83. Laura says...

    I don’t get to TJ’s as often as I would like, even though there’s one just a few miles from my home. Nevertheless, I ALWAYS read their mailer because it’s so cleverly written!

  84. Marta says...

    Trader Joe’s is one of my favorite things in the US, if not the most! I used to drive 45 minutes to go shopping at Trader Joe’s!

    Yes, that butter in a hot toasted slice of bread is heaven!!! My new-to-me favorites are the red onion and garlic jam and the hot and sweet pepper jelly, they go sooooo well with cheese!

  85. Lena says...

    We love their frozen Organic Jasmine Rice. With three bags inside enough for three plates, 3 min in microwave and rice is yummy and fluffy.

  86. Leah says...

    Everything but the bagel is awesome! Our new favorite is the new veggies and greens salad mix. I’m usually not a fan of ready made salads, but this kit makes an amazing salad in seconds!
    Also, let us not forget the Bamba!

    • Courtney says...

      Life changing that Trader Joe’s starting carrying Bamba!! The only thing my 16 month old will eat when teething.

  87. JAR says...

    the coconut chocolate covered almonds are on a permanent rotation in my apartment (reminds me, i need to grab some for stocking stuffers!) the pork buns and soup dumplings are surprisingly good despite being in the freezer section and the frozen mexican street corn is a must.

  88. Just the other day I picked up their new Icelandic-style yogurt. It was super delicious! Also, always and forever the sweet and spicy pecans :)

  89. stacy says...

    The french butter is so good that I buy 5lbs at a time! It is truly transformative and will elevate any dish/dessert using butter

    also, if you have not tried their corn bread chips.. run, don’t walk.

    • Madame says...

      Oh my god the comments are so hilariously emphatic!!! I love this I am totally cracking up over all the trader joe love!
      As a LONG time expatriate ( well over twenty years ) in France, I can tell you I don’t miss much American food aside from maple syrup… EXCEPT… some really good Trader Joe’s stuff. I LOVE THE CHRISTMAS CHOCALATE MINT STUFF! When my family come over to visit they bring: maple syrup in huge containers ( like five or six liters! Hahahahaha). And…. trader joe chocolate covered mint cookies, and their knock off william and Sonoma peppermint bark, which has replaced the real deal in holiday packages the last several years!

    • Madame says...

      We share the same name, and apparently , love of butter! I am laughing so hard over these. I also buy large amounts of good, fresh , unpasteurized, cultured French butter ( but I do it here in France, not Trader Joe’s version)

  90. Jackie says...

    I got their dark chocolate covered shortbread cookies the other day. They come in a one pound box, are star shaped, and have little sprinkles on them. SO GOOD! We ate them all in a few days and now I can never buy them again. :)

    • Kelcey says...

      I buy a bunch of boxes of those every winter (they’re seasonal!) and then make them last through the year. Two with a cup of tea is my perfect dessert!

    • Stephanie says...

      This made me laugh. Those cookies are my daughter’s fave. She waited all year for them.

  91. Heidi says...

    If you like dried apricots, try the unsulfured ones that TJs sells… they are tart and sweet. They look brown and weird, but trust.

  92. Karina says...

    for a slightly sweeter snack, try the fig & olive crisps with some peanut butter ! i think it’s a great pairing because both the crisps and PB are the perfect balance of savory & sweet. my favorite PB at TJ’s is the crunchy peanut butter with flax & chia seeds !

  93. Renee says...

    Fig & Olive Crisps and the Blue Cheese Dip/Spread is one of the easiest hor d’oeuvres and it’s so delicious (it was their sample one day, so I can’t take credit.) My mom always has it out at parties among other items, and I’ve picked up on it too and bring it to parties in a pinch! Tastes fancier than it is too.

    • Becki says...

      This is my favorite! So tasty.

  94. Sarah D. says...

    Recently discovered (I think it is new?) is Trader Joe’s garlic sauce/dip. Oh my goodness, it is so good! It is basically the same garlic dip you can get at a Middle Eastern restaurant, but maybe not quite as strong. You can put it on roasted veggies, use as a dip for pretzels or raw veggies, put on grilled cheese, or just eat straight out of the container!

    • Lauren says...

      yes!!! I love their garlic spread so much. I have to buy multiple since I run out so quickly…

  95. Last night I made the easiest dish ever with their lemon pepper pappardelle, some browned butter, shallots, and a little basil and parmesan on top. I will definitely be buying the pasta again!

  96. Ali says...

    The sweet plantain chips are delicious and the frozen apple blossom dessert is a great treat!

    • Nataly says...

      Yes! Those sweet plantain chips are some of my faves!

  97. Claire says...

    The sourdough ciabatta baguette is everything I want in heat and serve bread- takes only a few minutes to heat, has a thin crispy crust and tender center. especially delicious with the European style butter.

  98. R.S. says...

    Oh man, TJ’s is the best.
    I love the Japanese Fried Rice (in the frozen section). It’s great as a quick work lunch or as dinner with roasted vegetables and a fried egg.
    Their Corn Salsa is great on everything – scrambled eggs, tuna sandwiches, burritos, salad!
    Also, not for eats, but to put on your skin – their facial care line is amazing. I use the serum and the SPF 15 face lotion every day!

    • Erin says...

      The blueberry acai scrub is seriously next level. It’s an enzyme exfoliant that somehow also moisturizes. I like to it leave it on for a few minutes for extra exfoliation.

    • Liz says...

      Yes! The blueberry acai scrub is as good as Kate Somerville ExfoliKate but so much cheaper!

  99. Louisa says...

    One day my dog ate my chocolate bar. I raced her to the vet.
    “Oh, don’t worry – there actually isn’t much chocolate in a chocolate bar. What kind was it?”
    “Do you know the ‘pound plus’ bar at Trader Joe’s?”
    They immediately induced vomiting ;)
    She’s fine now.

    • chika says...

      Oh my gosh, that’s such a great story (not for your poor dog, of course)! Glad your pooch is fine, though ;)

  100. Michelle says...

    Gnocchi Alla Sorrentina from Trader Joe’s is the best quick dinner item. I am absolutely obsessed with it. My favorite snack item from them is the olive oil popcorn.

  101. Courtney says...

    STICKY TOFFEE PUDDING! In the frozen section. Eat it with ice cream. Seriously the best $5 I’ve ever spent.

    • Blair says...

      YESSSS! Picked some up for Xmas eve dinner!

  102. rachel says...

    those fig and olive crisps & boursin are my absolute favorite. they also go really well with the tj’s tuscano wine soaked cheese. we like to stock up on those items and the quartet of greek olives (4 vacuum-sealed, shelf stable packets of marinated olives) and then at a moment’s notice, we have a perfect, impromptu cocktail spread.

  103. Nan says...

    I love these posts – I don’t always like to buy things I haven’t sampled before, so getting outside reviews is a nice boon. Going to try quite a few of these, thank you! :-)

    • Lydia says...

      One of the other great things about TJs is they will basically let you sample anything! If there is something you are thinking about but want to try first, just ask an employee and they will open one for you to sample. You can also buy something and return it for no reason other than that you didn’t like it, but I think it’s better to just ask for the sample in the store because then the rest of the open package can be given out as samples or eaten by the employees.

  104. Astrid says...

    I love Trader Joe’s! I’d heard about when I went to Brooklyn this summer, and was super happy that my hotel was just blocks away. Super easy to just pick up a salat after a day of walking and not in the mood to dine out. When I went back this fall with my son, and we stayed in an Airbnb apartment, Trader Joe’s was out go to place to buy our groceries. I stacked my suitcase with dark chocolate almonds and all different kind of chocolates I don’t find back in Norway.

  105. Yay! I love Trader Joe’s so much. If I could live there, I would. Stella, may I ask what camera you use?!

  106. Danielle says...

    Good ideas.

    I love their Twenty-One Seasoning Salute. It’s great if you just wanna season something without thinking too hard. Haven’t tried the ‘Everything Bagel’ seasoning, but sounds good and sounds like it would be another go seasoning.

    I also love their bite sized-ribs. I cook that with mac and cheese during the summer for a quick meal. Comes with a lot of good bbq sauce.

    • Corinne says...

      We use the 21 seasoning salute just about every day!

  107. Kristi says...

    I absolutely second the Everything but the Bagel seasoning!! Even my toddlers are all about it. They will actually go for vegetables if I sprinkle this magical seasoning over them.

  108. Meghan says...

    Their gluten free chicken nuggets are SO GOOD. I’m not even a gluten free person and I think they’re so yummy! They cook up so crispy and juicy. They’re made with white meat chicken and not weird, shredded, reformed, processed chicken. I always hope my kids don’t eat a couple off their plates so I can eat some. They’re in the frozen section in a big, blue bag.

  109. Sarah Beth says...

    Many of my favorites are already on here! Unexpected cheddar and fig crisps TOGETHER are a perfect lunch with a sliced apple. A new-to-me treat just this week is Coconut Chocolate Covered Almonds. My MIL brought them over when we had her to dinner on Sunday, and we finished them off last night. They are like crunchy almond joys! I also love the chipotle black bean spread, and have kept it + shredded cheddar at my office for years. Add a tortilla, you’ve got a burrito/quesadilla. Add tomato soup, you’ve got a warm, spicey, beany lunch. So good!

  110. Lexie says...

    Right now I’m obsessed with the Trader Joe’s gingerbread bars!! They have a polar bear on the box. They are soooo good! Surprising kick of ginger!

    Also they are gluten free, which doesn’t matter to me, but it matters to some!

  111. Janet Gyurina says...

    Trader Joe’s Pesto! Mmmmm!

  112. Ali says...

    the fig crisps are SO good with beemster and a drizzle of honey! excited to try the cultured butter with some tinned fish/hot sauce/maldon.

  113. Tim says...

    Their French butter you listed, and their frozen naan bread are two staples in my household.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      omg want to try the naan bread! what do you eat it with?

    • The frozen chicken tikka masala is about as good as any chicken tikka masala you can get from a takeaway indian place and it’s under $4! We always have boxes of that and the channa masala, plus the naan in our freezer for last minute wtf are we eating tonight?! nights :)

    • Jade says...

      Mix the bruschetta together with their precooked lentils! Dip the naan in it. Quickest/best appetizer ever!

    • jessica says...

      I love the naan bread. It’s delicious with the red pepper, eggplant, and garlic spread. My boys love it too!

    • Maria says...

      I love the garlic naan in the regular bread section. I must try the frozen. But I toast it, then spread goat cheese on top, then sliced tomatoes. Then sprinkle with sea salt, fresh pepper and some chopped fresh basil. This is a summertime staple in my home and a big hit with my kids.

    • Emily says...

      +1 to the frozen naan! I ate it for dinner Monday with their frozen chana masala.

    • Hillary says...

      The easiest way to cook the naan is to break the frozen naan in half and make it in the toaster! Great for work.

    • Jessica says...

      I saw Naan bread and my ears perked up! Joanna, I love making breakfast pizzas – which is just toasted Naan + sliced tomato, egg and italian seasoning. I’ll add prosciutto if I have it. (There is a great TJ’s brand!) Also, there are 2 varieties of TJ’s curry sauce in the soup aisle – they are both delish! I make chicken curry and serve it over TJ’s frozen sprialized carrots and obviously with buttered Naan! :) I LOVE IT.

    • Kelcey says...

      The naan makes ya h a good base for easy pizzas! We always have some in the freezer- plop some of their red pepper eggplant spread, cheese, and veggies on top, bake for 5 minutes… boom.

    • Katie says...

      We love the garlic naan in the bread section (not frozen). It is delicious plain, with any hummus, lentil soup, or dipped in my new favourite combo: hummus mixed with tabouli salad (in the salad section). Throw a few cucumber pieces and you’ve got an awesome meal!

    • Elizabeth says...

      My kids love when I let them help make naan bread pizzas!

    • Dana says...

      I make “tikka pizza” on naan: leftover butter chicken, spinach, chickpeas, and cheese.

    • Mimi says...

      So good with summer veggies, tomatoes, drizzled with olive oil some pepper and feta!

    • Dorit says...

      @Joanna, you can use the naan as a the base of a flatbread!

    • Stephanie says...

      There’s a frozen chickpea dish that is so good with the naan! I don’t remember what it’s called but I buy it in multiples when I’m there!!

  114. Heck yeah to the unexpected cheddar. It’s $4 that tastes so much more expensive. I like to do the occasional happy hour at home. I’ll get an inexpensive bottle of wine (they’ve got tons under $12 that are nice quality), some unexpected cheddar, everything crackers and a little cured meat. That’s a thin slice of heaven right there.

    • Three cheers for the Unexpected Cheddar — super tasty, almost parmesan-like! YUM.

  115. Steph says...

    A month or two?! Try a week or two.

    • Louisa says...

      Yes!

  116. Meg Webster says...

    The fig crisps are a REAL problem for me right now. I can’t stop craving them!

  117. Amy says...

    What is the three ingredient recipe with the bruschetta? The link doesn’t seem to be working for me.

    • Debby says...

      ^^RE: Joanna’s recipe^^ It’s amazing! It can also be done with pico de gallo (drained.) Highly recommended! Once you bring it to a party (with pita chips, for dipping) it will become what people demand from you for all future parties, so be prepared for that.

    • Elizabeth says...

      I chop up an English cucumber in it to sneak some veggies into a 4-ingredient version. :) Go extra fancy and add avocado, and you’ve got a 5-ingredient meal full of everything healthy and good.

  118. Elena says...

    The Pound Plus Bar has been a godsend in the past for Christmas baking and treat-making BUT this year TJ’s stepped up it’s game and has been offering the Four Pound Plus Bar for $14.99! People looked at me like I’m crazy at the checkout line but the recipients of my chocolate bark have been gobbling it up.
    Honorable Mentions: Goat Milk Brie, Rectangle Hash Browns, Almond Eggnog, GF Pizza Crust + Almond Mozzarella Shreds (for super easy GF/DF pizzas), and Frozen (Peeled and Chopped) Kombucha Squash.

    • Goat milk brie is literally my favorite thing I’ve ever put in my face.

  119. Kristen says...

    My breakfast of choice lately has been the TJ’s whole wheat sourdough toasted with either avocado, ricotta, or mascarpone (gotta switch it up!) with the Everything but the bagel seasoning, red pepper flakes, and honey. Feels so fancy and nails that sweet/savory combo, but takes only a few minutes and dirties one knife (if you eat it over the sink on a paper towel like the classy professional woman I am).

    • Libbie says...

      Oh my gosh, Kristen. This sounds like such a tasty breakfast. You have me rethinking my boring desk yogurt!

    • Kristen that last sentence cracked me up! Guess I too can be considered classy and professional ;-)

    • Lisa says...

      You are my (undoubtedly classy and professional) people.

  120. Nicole says...

    I have to thank you for introducing me to that southwestern salad kit – it has honestly changed my life for the better, haha!

    Right now I love the Peppermint Pretzel Slims – whatever they coat them with is crazy addicting. I also really like the Pollo Asado burritos because they’re not spicy.

  121. K Templeton says...

    White Cheddar Corn Puffs! Highly addictive.

  122. MJ says...

    These are my go to’s. Except for the pizza, must try! 3 ingredient recipe is so fabulous for potlucks with not much notice :)

  123. Kylie says...

    I love all these products so much! Happy you’ve found them too :) The unexpected cheddar and the fig crisps are a great party snack hit!