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Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Trader Joe's snacks to try

 

Like most people do, when traveling to the grocery store, I like to think of all the delicious foods that I will be purchasing. Here in Madison, my go-to grocery store is Trader Joe’s. 

Below are my top five favorite snacks from Trader Joe’s and why they are a necessity for any kitchen!

1.  Frozen Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Trader Joe's frozen chocolate-covered strawberries give a perfect balance of chocolate and fruity flavors. They are perfect to eat as a snack or as a dessert! 

In addition to the strawberries, Trader Joe’s also makes frozen chocolate-covered bananas.

2.  Teriyaki Seaweed Snacks

Trader Joe’s puts its own spin on traditional seaweed snacks. These seaweed snacks are so addicting that I buy three big bags of it when I shop. The teriyaki flavor is strong, but not so strong that it’s too overpowering.

3.  Everything but the Bagel Dip

This dip is the Everything but the Bagel seasoning mixed with a Greek yogurt spread. What I love about this dip is that it goes with everything. I dip it with carrots, celery, pita chips, potato chips and sometimes even eat it by itself. It is a great snack for when you are craving something light and easy.

4.  Dark Chocolate Covered Blueberries

These dark chocolate covered blueberries are such an addicting snack. Whenever I eat something that is covered in chocolate, I prefer it to be dark chocolate instead of milk. So, this snack is a fan favorite of my apartment. 

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I can eat an entire box of these while watching a movie and still be wanting more. These are not frozen so they are good to share amongst people and to leave out as snacks.

5.  Truffle Oil Potato Chips

Last time I was at Trader Joe’s I saw these chips and decided to buy them. I am so thankful I did! 

These chips are made with white truffle oil. It is the perfect ratio of savory and salty. The truffle oil is not too overpowering. I find that when the truffle flavor is too much, it becomes really hard to eat. However, these were so amazing and I recommend them to any truffle lover!

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