As we roll into the cooler and darker days of Autumn, cookie baking season starts anew. Growing up my mother would spend part of her weekend baking a variety of cookies and one of the most common ones was sugar cookies. They bring back such fond memories… Trader Joe’s is being extra helpful in selling us this ready to bake cookie dough. Let me walk you through how to use this product. Update: I am getting a lot of negative remarks about these cookies. I am wondering if there is batch difference. I will pick up another tube and re-test this week.
I am not very happy about Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough. Let me tell you why…
The fall season brings with it a cozy array of flavors and none so iconic as pumpkin. With the markets brimming with pumpkin-inspired products, Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Bread & Muffin Mix stands out, promising a warm, aromatic baking experience. I recently tried my hand at this mix, and here’s a detailed account of the making and tasting process.
Autumn brings with it the beloved tradition of indulging in pumpkin products from Trader Joe’s. When the season rolls around, fans of gluten-free goods often look for products that don’t compromise on taste or texture. Trader Joe’s, with its cult following and reputation for seasonal delights, introduced their Gluten Free Pumpkin Bread and Muffin Baking Mix. While I appreciate the supermarket chain’s efforts in catering to those with dietary restrictions, I found this particular product to be a miss in the otherwise delightful lineup for a gluten-free diet with whole grains.