Originally Posted by healthyliving
Trader Joe's Mango And Cream Bar - only 60 calories per bar. They are so good!
Zen bakery fiber cake - 13 gm of fiber in each little muffin.
The Raspberry and Cream Bar is really good too! I also like:
Marinated Mahi Mahi
Sliced ham and herbed turkey breast
Freeze dried blueberries & strawberries
Dried apricots that are sulfur dioxide free
Yellowfin tuna* (canned) & Pink Salmon
Stone Ground Mustard (great on ham)
Chicken Breast Multi-pack
Frozen fruit (mango & pineapple)
*I love tuna salad. I stopped buying Bumble Bee because their tuna looks shredded instead of chunked now. It's horrible. TJ's tuna is yummy.
Heirloom tomatoes mix. Basically I love all of their produce. I tasted the best peaches in a long time at TJ's. You get them from the supermarket and they are either watery and tasteless, powdery or rotten around the pit core. I pretty much buy all my produce from Trader Joes now.
There's a lot of frozen stuff I like but my favorites are:
a quinoa vegetable mix and a green veggie mix that has peas, green beans, romanesco, broccoli and cauliflower in a garlic butter sauce. It's only 70 calories a serving.
I really missed having bread a couple of months ago so I couldn't resist their french country loaf. To keep myself good and honest, I took it home and stuck it in the freezer (I LOVE french bread!) I take out one slice at a time on Sunday if I'm not having the WS Hotcakes or a shake and toast it. Lovely and crusty with some butter spread or virgin olive oil and a cup of tea. Add it to my carb allotment and I don't feel deprived (I allow myself 90g of carb MAX. a day.) This time around I bought the Ezekiel 4:9 bread in cinnamon raisin. Their bread is made with a lot of sprouted grains and no processed white flour. Yummy stuff.
I can spend hours in Trader Joes.