Trader Joe’s is so much more than a grocery store — it’s a grocery community filled with new, exciting brands and meal options that you won’t find anywhere else. The chain is constantly adding to its eclectic collection of frozen meals and desserts and many of their offerings, including their yummy desserts and treats, are as healthy as they are delicious.
The next time you’re in Trader Joe’s, don’t pass up their dessert aisle. These four healthy desserts from Trader Joe’s are so tempting you’ll completely forget they pack a few sweet nutritional benefits, as well.
Combine antioxidant-rich dark chocolate, which can help fight inflammation and protect against certain diseases, with almonds, a food that contains a wealth of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E, and you get the perfect afternoon snack: chocolate-covered almonds. One serving of these almonds has 230 calories, 4 grams of protein, iron, and calcium.
This better, healthier organic granola bar is made with whole grain rolled oats, brown rice, tapioca syrup, agave, and honey, with a few chocolate chips sprinkled throughout for good measure. One bar has just 100 calories and eight grams of sugar.
Take vitamin and antioxidant-rich dried blueberries, cherries, apricots, and strawberries, add a drizzle of chocolate and you get this fantastic dessert that has 190 calories per serving, as well as fiber and protein.
Trader Joe's Green Tea Infused Mints ($36.63 for 12 Tins)
Why not enjoy a little dessert a few times a day? Considered one of Trader Joe's cult classic treats, these green tea infused mints have healthy matcha green tea and polyphenols, as well as all natural flavors and colors that come from ingredients like turmeric and peppermint oil. The mini treats fit in your purse or pocket and three mints have just 10 calories.
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