The Best Trader Joe’s Foods to Try This Fall
Grab your little red cart! It's time to dive into the best Trader Joe's food finds of the season.
Pumpkin Spice Pretzel Slims
Everyone knows that sweet and salty is a flavor match made in heaven—and these pumpkin spice pretzels prove that point even more. Munch on these crave-worthy slims as a mid-afternoon pick-me-up. Trader Joe’s claims they’re great crumbled on top of vanilla ice cream, too (which we can’t wait to try).
Non-Dairy Maple Oat Beverage
Add a touch of sweet maple-y flavor to cereal, fall drinks and more. This non-dairy maple oat beverage is also gluten-free, dairy-free, lactose-free and vegan so everyone can enjoy. Psst—if you’re a huge maple lover, check out these savory and sweet ways to use maple syrup.
I don’t know about you, but when the temperatures start to drop, warm homemade bread calls my name. Make it easier on yourself this season by snagging this pre-made focaccia primavera from the store. This filling focaccia bread is stuffed with spinach, cauliflower, egg and an ooey-gooey blend of mozzarella, ricotta and Grana Padano cheeses. Mmm!
Unexpected Broccoli Cheddar Soup
Skip the line at Panera and reach for Trader Joe’s cheddar broccoli soup on a chilly fall day. It’s based on TJ’s Unexpected Cheddar Cheese—which ranked as #1 for Best Cheese at their annual Customer Choice Awards. Make it a full meal by pairing this comforting soup with one of our Panera copycat recipes.
Mini Spicy Pumpkin Samosas
Pumpkin-flavored everything seems to be popular at Trader Joe’s this season and boy, I am not complaining. These samosas, filled with bits of pumpkin and paneer, are sure to delight your taste buds. Pop them in the freezer until a fall get-together arises or when you’re feeling snacky.
Brazilian-Style Cheese Bread
Last, but certainly not least, you’ve got to try Trader Joe’s Brazilian-Style Cheese Bread. This freezer-section find is inspired by Brazil’s classic dish: “pao de queijo.” In Brazil, these guys are served at breakfast but you can enjoy these cheesy morsels any time of day as an appetizer or side (Brazilian feijoada, anyone?).