Vegetables You’ll Want to Eat at Trader Joe’s

How to eat your vegetables with Trader Joe’s – Spinach and Kale Greek Yogurt Dip to Crunchy Broccoli.

One of last year’s most popular posts was about Trader Joe’s Pesto and Quinoa.  I figured I’d do another one devoted to my go-to grocery store.  Here are some products I’ve been really into – all that just happen to contain vegetables – even the greek yogurt dip.  Let me know if you have any other favorites!

Trader Joe's Spinach and Kale Greek Yogurt Dip

Trader Joe's Crispy Crunchy Broccoli Florets

Trader Joe's Gluten Free Cornbread

Crispy Crunchy Broccoli Florets – Just that.  Crispy.  Crunchy.  They taste like they’ve been really well-seasoned/well-roasted, but they’re actually vacuum-fried.

Gluten Free Cornbread Mix – I made a batch for a family dinner, and we were all surprised at how tasty this was.  There are pieces of corn inside, and it bakes up moist and thick.  Broil the top for a minute or two to get a crust; it’s very lumpy when baked and needs the browning to appear appetizing.

Spinach and Kale Greek Yogurt Dip – Nothing new, but I still fear it will leave shelves suddenly one day.  I love how thick and rich it is, but not too tangy.

Artichoke Antipasti – Leslie used this in the Call of Duty Pizza Video – better than their tomato sauce!


3 thoughts on “Vegetables You’ll Want to Eat at Trader Joe’s

  1. CG

    Artichoke antipasti is one of favorite items at TJs. I scoop it out and mix with hit pasta. Soooo tasty with a sprinkle of parm on top.

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