Trader Joe’s Finds
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I picked up this new coffee.
Ground Coffee + Cocoa + Natural Chocolate Fudge Flavor = Perfection
And I picked up a can of Sumatra. It’s been my go-to coffee for about 5 years. I always come back to it.
I did a big TJ’s Coffee Review Post. Check that out if you’re curious about what Joe to buy next from Joe.
I also picked up Caramel Popcorn.
By my accounts, the ingredient list would suggest it’s vegan and GF. Even it wasn’t, I’d still buy it anyway because it’s super good.
I sprinkle the Caramel Popcorn in with Chocolate Cheezy Popcorn
Coconut Oil, Nooch, Chocolate, and Caramel. That’s the four food groups, right?
I also had to replenish the raisin stash.
I was getting low!
I use raisins in everything and have an entire Raisins Recipes Post.
Or Raisins in Raw Vegan Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
More ideas for Raisins Recipes Here
From my last post about Rainy Day Projects, lots of you like the looks of the fireplace on my balcony. Yes, I need to use it more!
And taxes, well, some of you have started, some of you haven’t. I am glad that mine are in the mail on the way to my accountant.
Which means that chocolate is in order, right?
1. Any new grocery/food products you’ve tried lately?
I am always trying new things.
However, I have gotten more selective as time goes on. Just because I see it on a blog and it looks “amazing” doesn’t mean I have to have it. I try to balance cool new finds with being practical.
I did this post about how to save money on your grocery budget which includes not impulse buying.
2. Fave TJ’s items?
I’ve posted about many of mine before (coffee, condiments, fruits/veggies, canned beans, salsa, and so many more)
And I did this post on my Pantry & Refrigerator Staples (Not necessarily all TJ’s items, but some are)
3. What have you been up to this weekend?
I’ve been working, working out, cooking, cleaning, blogging, and being with the family. But it’s still raining here. Darn.
Enjoy your Weekend!
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