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5 Healthy Frozen Breakfasts to Buy at Trader Joe’s. by Danielle Omar, RD. March 19, 2020. No Comments.
Share it: The Trader Joe’s frozen aisle is a great place to find budget-friendly, nutritious snacks, lunches and ready-made breakfasts. These options can stand alone or serve as a side to classic scrambled eggs. The Trader Joe’s frozen aisle is a favorite for creative meals, snacks, desserts and more.
To save you from flipping over every package to find the nutrition facts, we’ve pulled together five frozen entree options packed with protein, fiber, whole grains and veggies so you can stash them at home or in the office freezer for your busiest days. Trader Joe’s is great for so many things — your future cheese board, a quick take-away lunch, and — of course — a prime selection of frozen foods. We love these surprisingly healthy.
Enjoy a faster recovery time from illness, better cognitive functioning and a more controlled appetite when you serve an Açaí Bowl for breakfast. You can snag Trader Joe’s frozen Açaí, which is priced a little under $5 and is easily combined with greens and fruit to make a nutritious breakfast that almost tastes like ice cream. That’s where Trader Joe’s healthy frozen meals come into play. Besides stocking stellar beauty products and plenty of wines for under $10, everyone’s favorite affordable grocer always seems to deliver when it comes to easy-to-make options that cater to.
These 5 healthy Trader Joe’s breakfasts require less than 5 ingredients Photo: Unsplash/Brenda Godinez 1. Homemade ACAI bowls. My major beef with premade acai bowls is that they’re way overpriced. French toast is also not something one would typically think of if they’re trying to have a healthy breakfast, but again Trader Joe’s doesn’t fail us – two slices have 260 calories and 5 grams of fat (plus has 10 grams of protein). It’s an easy way to satisfy your morning sweet tooth.
7. Gluten and Dairy-Free Pancakes Gracey Wallace. We love Trader Joe’s for so many reasons, but especially for their incredible selection of frozen foods. And while their frozen breakfast section isn’t the most robust, what they do offer should pique your interest.
Whether you’re looking for a savory or sweet start to your day, they have some fabulous — and affordable — items on hand. 5 Healthy Trader Joes Frozen Foods You Should Add to Your Weekly Shopping Trip Trust me, Trader Joe’s Frozen Mango is THE BEST there is out there. You could add it to your smoothies/acai base or just eat it as is. go to your local Trader Joe’s right now, buy yourself a pack, and make a cauliflower pizza with it. Bonus: Non-Dairy Ice. For the mornings you want a breakfast that’s totally indulgent, frozen chocolate croissants hit the mark every time.
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The 10 Things I Always Buy from Trader Joe’s for Breakfast. by Kelli Foster. published Jan 23, 2017.
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