I love shopping at Trader Joe’s! There is always something new to try plus stock up on favorites. How about an easy dinner idea with three ingredients?
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Three Ingredient Trader Joe’s Recipe
October 16, 2019 in Easy Meals, Easy Recipes, Fall Cooking and Baking, Food Products, Grocery Stores, Recipes, Trader Joe's
Easy Potato Side Dish
October 3, 2018 in Easy Meals, Easy Recipes, Food Products, Grocery Stores, Recipes
Here is an easy and hearty potato side dish for fall weather using hash brown patties, one of my husband’s favorite items at Trader Joe’s.
Blueberry Tiramisu with Greek Yogurt
April 17, 2017 in Easter, Family, Healthier Recipes, Recipes
Here is a healthier version of luscious Italian tiramisu, using wild blueberries and Greek yogurt enhanced with fresh lemon.
Pumpkin Muffins with Cardamom
September 26, 2016 in Food Magazines, Recipes, Sphere Magazine, Vintage magazines
These pumpkin muffins with cardamom are not overly sweet and filled with fragrant spices like cardamom, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
Avocado Sandwich with Arugula Pesto
January 9, 2016 in Food Products, Grocery Stores, Healthier Recipes, Recipes
This avocado sandwich might be my new favorite breakfast and lunch fare. Crusty bread is topped with arugula pesto, tomatoes, cucumber, and lots of avocado!
Roast Beef with a Mushroom Medley
September 24, 2014 in Food Products, Grocery Stores, Recipes
It’s now officially autumn and time for some comfort food for the cooler weather. Roast beef and mushrooms are made easy using a product from Trader Joe’s.
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