Treats found today at Trader Joe’s

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I decided while I was out and about today to pop into Trader Joe’s. I thought I’d share a few yummy yummies I found while there!

Fresh Basil, 4 oz container
(this is a really good price!)

Ears of Corn
$0.39 each

Bagged greens: Arugula, Champs Elysees, Baby Spinach, Lamb’s Lettuce, etc

Artisan Lettuce

Corn and Chile Salsa 
(AKA the best salsa ever known to mankind….and here’s a great recipe idea for it, too)

Pineapple Salsa
(Anyone try this before? Looks good!)

Organic Yellow Mustard

Bagged Popcorn (several varieties, in the chip aisle)

Seaweed Snacks

Trader Joe’s Cereals
(O’s and Crisp Rice)

Pizza Dough
$1.29 each

(Regular, Tomato Basil, Eggplant, Roasted Garlic, Olive)

Small packs of Genoa Salami & Provolone
(Maybe a quick picnic idea?)

Light Coconut Milk Cans

Coconut Oil, 16 oz jar

Mango Ginger Chutney, 9 oz 
(This is by far the best price on chutney I’ve found in town!)

Spicy Brown Mustard

Thai Red or Yellow Curry Sauce, 11 oz
OR Peanut Satay Sauce, 9 oz

Sea Salt in tall canister
(I picked one of these up myself!)

Fancy Salt & Pepper Grinders
(such as Himalayan Pink Salt, etc)
$1.99 each

Organic, Free Range Chicken Broth, 32 oz
(Pretty good price for this item, this time of year!)

Organic Vegetable Broth, 32 oz

Toasted Sesame Oil, 5 oz
(They have lots of other beautifully bottled vinegars and oils, too!)

Bath Tissue, 12 rolls

2-pack Honey & Almond Soap
(Pretty looking – would be nice for a gift)

Have you found anything fun lately at Trader Joe’s? Any recipe ideas using Trader Joe ingredients?

8 thoughts on “Treats found today at Trader Joe’s”

  1. I recently picked up the Seaweed Snacks, after eating about 3 of them I decided I didn’t like them, but my dog actually LOVED them, so didn’t really lose there.

  2. Blackened Salmon Fish Tacos:
    Trader Jo’s corn salsa (I use mission artisan tortillas)
    2 Your choice of tortillas
    2 tbsp Chopped tomato
    2 tbsp avocado
    2 tbsp black beans
    2 tbsp Trader Jo’s corn salsa
    1 salmon patty (you can find good frozen ones at Costco)
    A bit of cabbage drizzled with lime juice
    Saltys blackening spice (to taste)
    Sour cream (optional) everything tastes better with it!
    Put a little coconut oil in a cast iron skillet, warm till melted. Rub your salmon with Saltys blackening spice (if you’re cooking the salmon from frozen sear a bit before seasoning). Cook salmon to your likeness. While the salmon is cooking combine the corn salsa, tomatoes, avocado and black beans. Slice your cabbage thinly and toss in a bit of lime juice. Remove salmon from heat and warm your tortillas in the same skillet. Portion salmon between the two tortillas and then top with salsa, cabbage and sour cream. Enjoy! It is so good!!! Only 11 weight watchers points too

  3. I buy canned artichoke hearts at TJs, they are much better priced than the regular grocery store. I use them in salads, pastas, on pizza, anywhere!

  4. i know i’m a little late to the post but the pineapple salsa is a staple in our house. goes well with their organic longboard chips and the organic blue corn ones too. tj’s has the best price on dr. bronner’s castile soap in our town and we use it for everything in our house….as long as you like peppermint, that’s the place to get it. my latest fave find: bacon cheddar ranch dip in the prepared refrigerated section. yum!! also a staple their organic free range chicken drumsticks, usually around $3 or $4 for a package of 5-6.

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