Looking for the best Trader Joe’s products? Today I’m sharing all the items I bought and loved this month from Trader Joe’s!
One of the most exciting parts about being on the mainland is the accessibility to stores we didn’t have in Hawaii. One of them is Trader Joe’s! It’s definitely a sign of me getting older, but I love a good grocery store. One of my favorite things to do has become finding the best Trader Joe’s products on each of my visits and today I’m sharing favorites from the past month.
Trader Joe’s Products I Bought – March 2022
One big shoutout is for Trader Joe’s hydrangeas, which you can kind of see in the photo above. They lasted nearly 4 weeks on my countertop! Say whaaat?! I am so impressed. I made sure to give them fresh water as needed and trimmed the dead flowers, but this felt like a huge grocery flower win.
Without further ado, Trader Joe’s products I bought and loved this month:
Soft Pretzels – I grabbed these because I love soft pretzels, but I had lofty dreams of making pizza soft pretzels, where you put marinara and mozzarella on top. That never happened, because these pretzels are so good on their own! Worth noting, they do not come with mustard or cheese dipping sauce, but they’re very easy to warm up from the freezer.
Coconut Creamer – This is in the cold section and my mom told me it was the best creamer she had every used, so I gave it a shot. Like many other things, she was right! It’s creamy like real milk/dairy, but not too sweet. It’s perfect for the feel of cream without using it. I feel like I used a lot of words there to say – definitely try this.
Mac And Cheese Bites – OK, this is one of those things that felt like a treat (something you would get at a fair or something), and I bought them for that type of occasion. Well, that occasion never happened so they’re still sitting in my freezer. I can’t imagine they’re bad, but I’m waiting for the right time.
Pizza Dough – This is another purchase from the cold section and the price cannot be beat. It is similar to the ready-to-bake crust you can buy at Whole Foods, in my opinion, but a fraction of that cost. We love this and will be adding it to our regular haul!
Buffalo Chicken Dip – I think the key with this is definitely heating it up. I wasn’t blown away by it fresh from the container, but warmed up (and adding a little shredded cheese of your own) makes all the difference. I would recommend this for a special occasion, like if you were having friends over, but probably not for all the time unless you are a super fan.
Focaccia Bread – I chose roasted tomato and parmesan thinking that I’d make it into croutons for a salad. As it turns out, we ate it all before that could ever happen. Dipping it into hummus was just *chef’s kiss*. The bread is so soft with just the right amount of flavor. Get this!