5 Amazing Trader Joe’s Products You Have to Try in April

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Shop at Trader Joe’s? Read on to learn about some new products. 

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One of the best things about shopping at Trader Joe’s is that you never know what you’re going to find on the shelves. Trader Joe’s is constantly rotating its lineup of products, and this month, you’ll find these exciting items worth checking out. Best of all, you can buy all of these amazing finds without racking up a giant credit card tab in the process.

1. Buffalo Style Chickenless Wings

These days, people who follow a meatless diet have more options than ever for staying well-fed. One great thing about Trader Joe’s, aside from its low prices, is that it commonly offers a wide range of vegan foods. And now, it’s introducing a creative, delicious appetizer that’s sure to tantalize your taste buds. For $4.69, you’ll get a 12-ounce package of vegan wings made of soy and pea protein, plus a packet of hot sauce for an added zing.

2. Perfectly Pickled Pups

This Trader Joe’s appetizer is most definitely not vegan-friendly. But if you don’t mind a little meat in your life, you may want to pick up a box of Perfectly Pickled Pups, which are mini beef frankfurters infused with a dill pickle flavor. Serve them with ketchup, mustard, or your condiment of choice for a fun way to kick off a barbecue, party, or regular old Tuesday night. A 6.3-ounce package will cost you just $4.99.

3. Korean Gochujang Sauce

If you love a sauce that’s sweet and spicy, consider grabbing a bottle of this Korean Gochujang Sauce. You can pour it over chicken, fish, or a medley of vegetables for a tangy, amped-up entree. Or, use it to jazz up some rice. A 9.17-ounce bottle is only $3.49.

4. Ketchup Flavored Sprinkle Seasoning Blend

For many of us, ketchup is a staple item that deserves a place on the table, whether to dip fries, onion rings, or even pasta (if you have kids, you’re no stranger to noodles a la Heinz). But let’s face it — ketchup packs its share of sugar, and too much of it can make for a not-so-healthy diet. Trader Joe’s has somewhat solved for that with its ketchup seasoning blend. Sprinkle it over potatoes, fish, or anything your taste buds desire. You can grab a 2.6-ounce jar for $2.99.

5. Blueberry & Lemon Hand Pies

Now that spring is in the air, many people are craving light, fruity desserts over denser ones. Enter these hand pies. They’re sweet, tart, and easily portable, making them a great on-the-go snack for busy parents and hungry children alike. An 8.47-ounce package costs just $4.49.

At a time when inflation is surging, many consumers are eager to add to their savings account balance and minimize their spending. And shopping at Trader Joe’s could help make that possible. It pays to pop over to your local store this month and check out what’s on the shelves. Chances are, you’ll find at least one new product that tempts you without busting your grocery budget.

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