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Trader Joe’s Grocery List (Plant-Based & Vegan)

Not sure what to add to your Trader Joe’s grocery list? Well, here’s a lengthy list of items I like to buy.


During the weekend, I like to cram myself into Trader Joe’s, just like the rest of the world. Even with the store’s chaotic layout, it’s still my favorite place to shop. Besides, their prices are always low and they have exactly what I need. No glaring ads, no frills, no marked-up foods shouting “SALE!”

Note, I do meal-plan and eat just about the same things everyday, with a variety on how I prepare them. So shopping is pretty stress-free.

Here’s what’s usually on my Trader Joe’s grocery list. Or, things that end up being on my wish list – depending on budget and recipe plans.

Frozen Fruit

Blueberries

Strawberries

Frozen raspberries

Pineapple

Mango

Peaches

Frozen Vegetables

Mixed vegetables

Edamame

Corn

Peas

Riced Cauliflower

Riced Broccoli

Stir-Fry Vegetables

Broccoli

Grains

Brown Jasmine Rice

Brown Basmati Rice

Brown Rice Medley

Rolled Oats

Quinoa

Brown Rice & Quinoa Pasta

Corn & Wheat Tortillas

Fresh Vegetables

Kale

Yellow Onion

Bell Peppers

Potatoes

Carrots

Spinach

Cauliflower

Fresh Fruit

Grapes

Bananas

Lime

Lemon

Oranges

Avocados

Apples

Dates

Raisins

Tomatoes

Meatless Protein

Soyrizo

Tofu

Beefless Ground Beef

Tempeh

Seasonings & Spices

Garlic Powder

Everything But The Bagel Seasme Seasoning Blend

21 Seasoning Salute

Mushroom Umami Seasoning Blend

Pumpkin Pie Spice

Garlic Powder

Paprika

Tumeric

Bay Leaves

Basil

Oregano

Cinnamon

Cayenne Pepper

Legumes

Lentils

Black Beans

Cannellini Beans

Red Kidney Beans

Chickpeas

Nuts & Seeds

Sunflower Seeds

Walnuts

Cashews

Almonds

Chia Seeds

Pantry Staples

Olives

Pasta

Canned Beans

Nutritional Yeast

Peanut Butter

Tomato Sauce

Tomato Paste

Pasta Sauce

Olive Oil

Red Wine Vinegar

Baking Powder

Whole Grain Cereal

Marinara Sauce

Soy Sauce

Canned Coconut Milk

Maple Syrup

Ginger Tea

Coffee

Sauces & Dips

Kale, Cashew & Basil Pesto

Hummus

Garlic Spread & Dip

Eggplant Hummus

Strawberry Jam

Ketchup


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    Sahil Saini

    I never really have tried nutritional yeast but with the amount of micro nutririents present, seems really worth it.
    Also thank you for sharing the link to the kale chips recipe!! Will give it a try this weekend…

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