Whether you reach for something sweet or salty when the urge to snack strikes, you'll find something on this list! We all have our favorite go-to munchies, but we also love finding something new to bite into. That's why we asked one of our writers, Caroline, who also works at Trader Joe's, to share what she and the TJ's team love most. This is what she told us:
Nothing delivers that home-cooked comfort in one bite like these guys. Perfect for a warm, midday pick-me-up as the sun starts dipping out early.
Organic Dried Mangoes
Swap out that tired fruit leather for a nature’s tangy candy packed with vitamin C and antioxidants. Make it your post-meal little somethin’ sweet.
Chili & Lime Flavored Rolled Corn Tortilla Chips
It’s a classic Taki’s dupe, but even spice-adverse snackers should give this favorite a try. We recommend a guacamole pairing to cool down that red hot flavor.
Load up on vitamin A for your vision so you’ll have clear eyes and a full heart when restocking your favorite dippable chip during the Sunday rush.
Marinated Artichokes On The Go
Okay, hear us out—artichokes can shine on their own. Swimming in herbs and spices? Great source of fiber in perfect little packages? Veggies lovers should make haste.
English Cheddar with Caramelized Onion
This cheesy underdog is out to dethrone a long-time favorite, Unexpected Cheddar Cheese. Take a chance on a cheese with a less mysterious name and you won’t be bleu.
When you can find the pumpkin ones, grab them! This Thanksgiving twist on a French staple is très bien!
Popped to perfection and coated in sweet salt, this seasonal variety or the standard ballerina pink bag won’t last long in the pantry or lunchbox.
Bamba Peanut Snack
This Israeli puff was used to squash peanut allergies during infancy, which is now backed by science! Bonus points to Joe’s version for nixing the preservatives.
Dark Chocolate Sunflower Seed Butter Cups
For all the bamba-less peanut allergies, we’ve got you covered with an on-the-go treat that’s ready to square up with peanut butter & chocolate.
Caroline Brammer is a New York City–based writer prone to backcountry misadventures. She loves cash-only restaurants, run/walking in the park, chance encounters, and advocating for the preservation of lighthearted antics by working in teen outdoor education.
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