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New Trader Joe's Products to Try in November

Cranberry is the new pumpkin spice
New Trader Joe's Products to Try in November
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Whether you're looking to spruce up a cocktail party or settle in for a movie night, here are seven new products that will make you truly thankful for Trader Joe's this month. 

 Pistachio Cranberry Bites


These chewy bars have an autumnal twist and are perfect for on-the-go noshing. Or for when you're craving a late-night snack but your relatives have eaten the rest of the pie. 

 Riced Cauliflower Stuffing

Whether you're gluten free, seeking stuffing adventure or trying to lighten up in the name of saving room for more pie, Trader Joe's is here for you: The fall take on its popular cauliflower rice has all the leeks, onions, celery and herbs you'd expect of a typical bread-based stuffing.  

 Turkey Cranberry Apple Salad


Don't wait for Thanksgiving leftovers to make a prime turkey sandwich; pregame the holiday with lunch made from this fruit- and nut-studded salad mix.

Bamba Peanut Snacks


What happens when you morph a peanut with a cheese puff? This salty, crunchy goodness that's one of Israel's leading snacks. But instead of cheese dust, these air-baked crisps are coated in peanutty powder.

 Bourbon Barrel Aged Coffee

Liven up your mornings with the heady scent of bourbon. This blend uses beans that were aged for two years, with a strong—but still nonalcoholic—result as proof. We'll be baking this one into any recipes that call for ground coffee.

 Fully Cooked Brined Bone-In Half Turkey Breast


Not all Thanksgiving celebrations need to serve a family of 20. This scaled-down option is marinated with garlic-herb butter and cooked sous vide, meaning you can have your table's star dish ready in a fraction of the time a bigger bird takes.

 Fire Roasted Tomato Cranberry Salsa


Jazz up the obligatory predinner snack spread with this seasonal chip pairing or put it on your turkey as an alternative to classic canned cranberry sauce.

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