Best and Worst New Trader Joe's Summer Foods
Trader Joe's is noted for its constantly shifting lineup of all-star items. After saying goodbye to old favourites, the shelves might take on a new design.
The neighbourhood grocery shop, on the other hand, frequently introduces fresh bits for consumers to try — and it just did so for the summer.
But which ones should you put in your shopping cart? Food isn't all created equal, especially when it comes to your health.
Gluten Free Double Chocolate Muffins
It can be difficult to find baked products for folks who are gluten intolerant. But one of these muffins, made with rice flours, potato and tapioca starches, buttermilk, sour cream, and two types of chocolate, isn't going to cut it.
4 Cheese Pastry Rolls
Everything appears to taste better with cheese, but it comes at a nutritional cost. And this flaky croissant is packed with cream cheese for an oozy, warm bite that Young advises against adding to your regular breakfast routine.
Gluten Free Cheese Ravioli
Another piece of bad news for gluten-free eaters: this wheatless pasta isn't the holy grail replacement it appears to be. Because of how processed this alternative is, Young advises caution.
Dill Pickle Mini Falafel
Because it's created with protein-rich chickpeas, the pickle-flavored falafel is a fantastic side for folks who don't eat meat. You may add it to a mezze platter or a bowl of rice and fresh veggies after heating it up from frozen.
Crispy Crunchy Peanut Butter Cookies
Are you looking for a solution to sate your sweet tooth without going overboard? This tub of miniature cookies should suffice. I'd have one serving of these crunchy peanut butter cookies because we all like a treat now and again.
The saying "don't toy with your food" doesn't apply to these artichoke cups, which are topped with cheeses, spices, onion, garlic, and spinach. In fact, perhaps you should be on the lookout for new methods to spice up your veggie consumption.
I'd enjoy this dish. It's high in taste and also contains important nutrients including fiber, calcium, and potassium."
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