Trader Joe’s Fearless Flyer October 2013: It’s all about PUMPKIN

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Trader Joes Fearless Flyer October 2013

I’ve noticed something around here… lots of you like Trader Joe’s. A lot. 

So I’m going to cut you a deal. I’m going to make a concerted effort to talk more about this fun store here at the blog and you just keep on liking them. Sound like a deal?

This week I got their periodical Fearless Flyer in my mailbox. It’s their ad that reads more like a pamphlet, highlighting seasonal products you can find in their stores. I thought I’d post a list of the products that are highlighted in the flyer.

If I’ve personally tried and can recommend the item, I’ve highlighted it in red. If if I’ve not tried the item but am pretty sure it’s going on my list the next time I’m in, I’ve highlighted it in blue.

  • Pumpkin Bread Mix, $2.99
  • Organic Chicken Broth, 32 oz $1.99
  • Spiced Cider, $2.99
  • TJ’s Greek Yogurt Flavored with Pumpkin, $1.29
  • Pumpkin Waffles, $1.99
  • Organic Pumpkin Toaster Pastries, $2.49
  • Pumpkin Soup, $1.79
  • Honey Roasted Pumpkin Ravioli, $3.49
  • Mini Pumpkin Pies, $3.99
  • Curcurbita Pepo, $0.99 each
  • Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins, $3.99 for 4
  • Chicken Pot Pie, 25 oz, $8.99
  • Mums in Fall Colors, $4.99
  • Les Portes de Bourdeaux Sauvignon Blanc, 750 ml $6.99
  • Apple Cinnamon Goat Cheese, $4.49
  • Organic Canned Pumpkin, $1.99
  • Pumpkin Cream Cheese, $2.99
  • Pumpkin Pie Spices, $1.99
  • Celtic Cheddar Trio, $7.99
  • Shredded Mozzarella, 16 oz $3.99
  • Parmesan Cheese Wedge, 1 lb $6.49
  • Creamy Toscano Cheese Soaked in Syrah $7.99
  • Organic Whole Chickens, $2.69
  • Unsweetened Organic Soy Milk, $2.99
  • Organic Kale, $2.29
  • Organic Grass-Fed Ground Beef (85/15) $6.99/lb
  • Organic Gold Potatoes, 4 lb bag, $3.99
  • Organic Bartlett PEars, 2 lb bag, $2.29
  • Butternut Squash & Creamed Spinach Gratin, $4.99
  • Spelt Risotto, 16 oz bag, $3.29
  • Parisian Carrots, 1 lb bag, $1.69
  • Boneless Pork Loin Roast, $4.49/lb
  • Fully Cooked Boneless Turkey Breast, ~ 24 oz, $6.99
  • Soft Pretzel Stick, $0.99
  • Fully Cooked Carnitas, $4.99
  • Incanto Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, $11.99
  • Ultra Moisturizing Hand Trio, $7.99
  • Pumpkin Bar Baking Mix, $2.99
  • Pumpkin Cranberry Scone Mix, $3.69
  • Pecan Pumpkin Instant Oatmeal, $2.99
  • Kennebunkport Brewing Co. Pumpkin Ale, $5.99
  • Pumpkin on a Stick (decor-branches), $6.99
  • Pumpkin Body Butter, $4.99
  • Pumpkin Flavored Dog Treats, $3.49
  • Pumpkin Walks into a Bar, Cereal Bar, $1.99
  • Pumpkin Cranberry Crisps, $3.99
  • Mini Orange Cranberry Tea Scones, $3.99
  • Peanut Butter Cookies, $3.99
  • Speculoos Cookies, $1.99
  • Cupcake Vodka, $5.99 (this seems like a great price!)
  • Pumpkin Biscotti, $3.99
  • Dark Chocolate Almond Bark Thins, $3.99
  • Darkhorse Wines, $7.99
  • Gala Apples, $0.69 each
  • Pumpkin Cheesecake, $6.99
  • Coconut Cashews, $6.99
  • Pumpkin Spice Granola, $2.49
  • Pumpkin Spice Chai, $3.99
  • Pumpkin Spice Rooibos Tea, $3.99
  • Micellar Cleanser & Makeup Remover, $3.99
  • Raw Cashew Pieces, 16 oz, $4.99
  • Walnut Halves & Pieces, 16 oz, $7.49
  • Raw Pecan Pieces, 8 oz bag, $3.99
  • Chariot Gypsy Red Big Bold Flavors, $4.99
  • Blanc de Blancs from France, 750ml bottle, $4.99
  • Beurre Meuniere Popcorn, $1.99
  • Pita Crisps with Cranberries & Pumpkin Seeds, $2.69
  • Trader Joe’s Curated Flavored Olive Oil Collection – Hot Pepper, Lemon, Basil, $9.99 (includes all three 250ml bottles)
  • Pumpkin Bread Pudding, $3.99
  • Pumpkin Croissants, $3.99 for 4
  • Pumpkin Ice Cream, $3.99
  • Pumpkin Macarons, $4.99
  • Pumpkin Butter, $2.29
  • Organic Pumpkins, $2.99 each
  • Pumpkin Spice Coffee, $6.99
  • Old Fashioned Organic Oats, $2.69
  • Pumpkin Pancake & Waffle Mix, $2.99

Have you tried any of the above products – particularly any of the ones highlighted in blue or not highlighted at all? If so – what were your thoughts? 

11 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Fearless Flyer October 2013: It’s all about PUMPKIN”

  1. Hmmm I want the vodka! Need to see if there is a TJs in Vancouver since they wouldnt be allowed to sell it here in Portland.

  2. YES! I have tried a number of pumpkin items from Joes! I love love love that they go all out on pumpkin items for fall. Im a pumpkin lover this time of year so I stock up. The toaster pastries are so yummy with a cup of coffee in the morning. The bread mix I actually made cupcakes out of and filled them with the pumpkin butter and iced with cream cheese icing, heaven!
    The pumpkin oatmeal is my husbands fav to date. They were out of the ice cream when I went but heard its just as good, so its on my list for next time. I also want to bring a box of those macaroons to work and try. The waffles were really great also especially with some pumpkin butter on them and a smidge of syrup. MMMMMMM! Im so glad you are posting for Joes now!

    • Good to hear positive feedback about the pumpkin and pecan oatmeal. I almost purchased a box this week, but held off.

      I love all of the pumpkin items they have. I have pumpkin pancakes in my freezer now.

      We had the pumpkin ice cream earlier this week. Yum!

  3. I love pumpkin time at Trader Joes!
    *The pumpkin greek yogurt is pretty good, not too sweet.
    *My son loves the pumpkin soup. It’s sweet and savory at the same time, which is not a combo I prefer in soup, but it’s great to heat up a bowl for lunch. We paired it last year with the picture book Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper. (instead of a wine pairing, I do picture book pairings I guess)
    *The pumpkin cereal bars are yummy! My son and I argue over them.
    *The (frozen) pumpkin pie is, hands down, the best pumpkin pie I’ve ever had. I was pregnant last year and heavily craving pumpkin pie so I tasted a LOT of pies. SO GOOD.

  4. Oh, I forgot – we’re all about the spiced cider here. I told my son it was back at TJ’s and his eyes lit and actually cheered.

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