11 Trader Joe’s Gems You Can Buy Right From Amazon
That's right — you don't even have to go to the store to get these goodies.
This post has been updated.
You know those times when you really don’t want to schlep to Trader Joe’s, but you’re dying for avocado sprinkled with the addictive mix that is the Everything but the Bagel seasoning blend? Or you’re itching (literally) for some soothing moisturizer? We have the solution that has helped us buy so many unnecessary things over the years — or things we at least could have gotten off the couch and bought in the real world. That’s right, it’s Amazon, which carries so many TJ’s gems it’s almost overwhelming.
There are certainly a few caveats. These products aren’t coming directly from Trader Joe’s — people buy them and resell them on the internet — so they get a pretty major mark-up. And vendors could try to scam you by posting an image of a different product than they’re actually sending. But being able to go about your day and arrive home to a Prime package of dark chocolate peanut butter cups just might be tempting enough to outweigh the risks. Read on to discover the other items that fall into that category.
Now you don’t even have to leave your house to get your hands on the magical mix that makes absolutely everything, from eggs to hummus to avocado to, dare we say it, a cheesesteak, taste so much better.
Speculoos Cookie Butter, $9.48 for a 14.1-ounce jar
We know, this may not be the healthiest thing, but honestly, we couldn’t care less because it’s pure spreadable goodness. Pick your bread or cracker base — pretzels, toast, Triscuits — and go to town.
Organic Moroccan Mint Green Tea, $14.70 for a pack of three (60 tea bags total)
Soothing, warming, and Prime eligible.
Moisturizing Cream Extra Dry Formula, $21.94 for a two-pack
The state of your dry and peeling knuckles isn’t going to improve if you have to go outside to buy moisturizer. Enter Amazon.
Truly the kind of product where you can’t fathom how you lived without it after trying it. Be careful, though; you only need a few drops to ensure your grain bowl packs some heat.
Not the cheapest seasoning you could buy, to be sure, but worth it if you’re hosting that meat-centric dinner party and aiming to wow guests.
Head to Toe Moisturizing Balm and Beard Balm, $23.98 for a three-pack
Use it on your beard, chapped lips, dry hands, or anywhere else you need some moisturizing love.
Tea Tree Tingle Shampoo & Conditioner, $19.97 total
We may or may not have only been using conditioner for the past week because we didn’t have time to go out and buy more shampoo. Problem solved — and it’s sulfate- and cruelty-free to boot.
Indian Fare Madras Lentil, $23.47 for a five-pack
These microwaveable dinners are clutch for those nights when you need something hearty and convenient, or if you’re planning a weekend camping trip and need to stock up on supplies ASAP.
Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, $11.10 for a six-ounce container
Since these luscious morsels combine two of the best ingredients on the planet, you probably need to order them ASAP.
Happy Trekking trail mix, $12.98 for a 15-ounce bag
Almonds, cashews, pistachios, chocolate, cranberries, and cherries make for a filling mix that you can snack on all. day. long.
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