Trader Joe’s is rolling out a few new store items for the month of September. America’s favorite grocery store will be stocking its shelves with lots of fun new things and we have the scoop on all the items that need to be on your shopping list the next time you make a TJs run.
1. Riced Cauliflower Stir Fry ($2.99)
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Here’s some good news for the carb-conscious folks out there: Cauliflower rice is a great way to curb a extra few calories, and it just got so much easier to make. Trader Joe’s Riced Cauliflower Stir Fry will join the grocery store’s frozen food lineup, and it’s a mixture of cauliflower crumbles and vegetables like green peas, onions, bell peppers and corn. Normally, making this meal from scratch would amount to about an hour of cook time, but this’ll give you a nice and healthy meal in under 10 minutes.
2. Organic Cacao and Maca Powders ($3.99)
Your boring bowl of oatmeal is about to get a sweet makeover. Trader Joe’s Organic Fair Trade Cacao Powder is made up of a blend of Peruvian Criollo, Trinitario, and Forastero cocoa beans, and can be added smoothies and oatmeal. The same thing goes for the Maca Powder, which is made from a radish-looking vegetable that normally grows in the high Andes of Peru.
3. Peanut Butter Protein Granola ($3.49)
Granola is already a star on its own, so adding peanut butter to the mix is kind of like the mic drop that takes it to a whole other level. Each bag that’ll find its way on TJ’s shelves will be filled with “chunky, crunchy, cane sugar-sweetened rolled oat clusters, bound together with rich peanut butter and peanuts.” And you won’t only be getting your protein fix from the peanuts and peanut butter. Each granola cluster also contains pea protein.
4. Cornbread Crisps ($1.99)
Not chips. Crisps. These delightful snacks are made from real cornbread that’s flattened, cut, and thrown into an oven to get their crispy textures. You can enjoy these with a bowl of chili or simply pair them with guacamole, salsa or black bean dip.
5. Organic Reduced Sugar Cherry Preserves
Trader Joe’s discontinued its Cherry Preserves not too long ago due to low sales but, due to customer feedback, the chain is bringing the preserves back with a few changes. This time around, the preserves will be rolled out with 50% less sugar and the cherries will be organically grown.