25 Trader Joe’s holiday treats, ranked from outrageous to divine

We taste-tested each one of these Trader Joe’s holiday-themed food and drinks in one sitting, God assistance us.


25. Chocolate Peppermint Almond Beverage

Tastes like Christmas-flavored Ensure.


24. Fruit Fancies

Apricot, fig, and cherry pulp rolled in sesame seed or coconut. This is something grandma used to save her nickels to buy, before candies and season existed.


23. Peppermint Hot Chocolate

Alluring premise, unsatisfactory execution. Overwhelming menthol flavor, like someone had squirted Colgate into prohibited cocoa.


22. Lebkuchen Cookies

A German Christmas classical for people with delirious gums. Can a cookie be disappointingly soft? This one is. (Also, were we ostensible to eat a paper?)


21. Peppermint Cremes

A York Peppermint Pattie, yet somehow chewier, and it gets stranded in your molars.


20. Dark Chocolate Minty Mallows

Like a peppermint cremes, these marshmallows humour from a same toothsome, artificial-tasting fate.


19. Ugly Sweater Cookie Kit

Comes with 8 cookies, finished icing, and sprinkles. Fun if we suffer exerting many artistic bid usually to destroy it in seconds.


18. Egg Nog

Classic, velvety, a note of spice—now let’s rum this joint.


17. Chocolate Chip Panettone

Surprisingly creamy, not a droughty fritter like many panettone. Thought this tasted boozy, yet it was a piquancy of a sourdough. Oh Lordy would this be good as French toast.


16. Winter Snowflake Pasta

It’s pasta.


15. Organic Cranberry Spiced Apple Kombucha

Cider vinegary with a light effervescence. You could hardly discern a cranberry or apple over a fermented black tea, though.


14. Dark Chocolate Orange

The many divisive of chocolate-covered fruits! Pro: Smashing one open! Con: That 1970s-reminiscent synthetic orange perfume.


13. Winter Wassail

Potpourri flavors of apple and blackcurrant juice, orange peel—like mulled drink though a booze. In other words: supplement booze.


12. Mini Gingerbread Men

Delightfully crunchy, not too sweet, only adequate spice.


11. Scandinavian Tidings

For a sticking candy, this has a balmy and lush texture.


10. Candy Cane Green Tea

A decaf packet tea with orange flay piquancy and a subtle, dull season of vanilla.


9. Spiced Cider

Sometimes cider can be over-emotional with spice, yet not here. The allspice, cinnamon, cloves, and citrus flay flavors are some-more a peaceful sign than rude presence.


8. Sugar Plum Jam

Like a cherry butter reduction a spicy zing, with a pointed and balmy citrus flay undertow.


7. Wintry Blend Ground Coffee

A medium-dark fry with clove, cinnamon and peppercorn flavors. Trade your pumpkin piquancy for this festive-tasting brew. It’s winter, all a pumpkins are passed now anyway.


6. Chocolate Covered Pretzel Twist Assortment

Comes in 3 varieties, including peppermint dim chocolate, almond dim chocolate, and divert chocolate with rainbow sprinkles. Hefty pretzels, thick chocolate coating—feels estimable and indulgent.


5. Winter Tea Cookie Duo

Cute, tiny, correct cookies for dipping. The gingerbread offers a light spicing and a meltingly well-spoken icing. The prohibited cocoa accumulation tastes like Swiss Miss in cookie form, down to a marshmallow icing!


4. Peppermint Pretzel Slims

An addictive chip-like crunch, and a saltiness offers an appealing counterpoint to a peppermint exterior.


3. Jingle Jangle

A Trader Joe’s classic, featuring an assorted tray of chocolate-covered popcorn, pretzels, and joe joe’s, with mini peanut butter cups and divert chocolate candy. A constellation of break and chocolate with each bite.


2. Peppermint Bark

A thick, abounding hunk of peppermint dim chocolate, layered with white truffle fudge, afterwards embedded with pieces of crunchy candy shaft pieces. This feels like a millionaire’s chronicle of Frango mints.


1. Dark Chocolate Covered Peppermint Joe Joe’s

Ladies and gentlemen, we have prisoner Christmas in handheld form. A mathematically ideal suit of dim chocolate cloaking to interior cookie break with candy shaft sprinkles. Leave this out for Santa instead.

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