Trader Joe’s is still in the depths of Pumpkinpalooza as I like to call it. Their rabid fans of all things pumpkin have come to a head about this time of year (October) with no end until Thanksgiving and Christmas rapidly takes over in November. I would guess that about 25% of all products in the store right now have pumpkin or pumpkin spice flavor in them as I slowly turn a light shade of orange from eating so much of that squash.
This is a list of all the gluten free products that have been reviewed here at Club Trader Joe’s. Trader Joe’s has a lot of Gluten Free options and I review the good and bad. These are sorted by date.
I have to be honest, I don’t review a lot of cereal anymore because I don’t really eat it and the kids have grown out of cereal onto things like eggs and bagels, something a little more filling. But every once in a while I get a hankering for a big bowl of cereal just when I was a kid. Just when I had such a craving, it turned pumpkin season at Trader Joe’s and out came the giant boxes of Pumpkin O’s cereal and I just had to grab a box.
Are we starting to turn orange yet? It’s Pumpkinpalooza season at Trader Joe’s where almost everything turns orange and tastes like pumpkin spice! New this year is a yummy looking Gluten Free ravioli in the refrigerator section.
It’s the height of pumpkin season at Trader Joe’s and we know how they love to stuff pumpkin spices in everything and in this case Trader Joe’s has put your favorite pumpkin spices in Gluten Free bagels! Trader Joe’s has released these for several years in a row now and they stay very popular.
I’d seen these bagels on several other websites and was wondering why it wasn’t in the bagel section of my local Trader Joe’s. Over the past couple of weeks, I kept going over and looking at the bagels and going, hmmm… not in my Trader Joe’s. Little did I know there was a whole Gluten Free bread section on the other end of the bread aisle…. I don’t do much Gluten Free food, but I know how many of you out there love it. Based on the amount of buzz these bagels were causing, I’m glad I found it.
Not everything I review can be a hit like the Squiggly Cut Noodles or the Kimbap, we sometimes must eat just some regular food and one of my favorite meals is breakfast! I love eggs and sausage and toast.