I love Trader Joe’s. The people are really nice and my daughter always finds the monkey for her treat, which makes it fun for her to go. They also cary many Weight Watchers friendly products, like their cauliflower rice, their flat breads, their freeze dried fruit and very nice spices. Another reason I like TJ’s is the beautiful and mainly healthy products. I wish they opened one closer to me. Maybe in Salmon Creek (Vancouver, WA), because i have to drive pretty far to get there. I would love to go more often.
I just made these with my daughter. They came out of the oven a little hard, so next time I would check it first after 18 minutes. For now, I put a little smear of butter on the top, while still warm, to soften them. That works fine. They are crunchy from the outside, but the inside is kind of guwy. We like them.
I use this for my smoothies. Although regular whip cream is always best in my opinion, It is a great alternative for whip cream when you’re on Weight Watchers, and it taste very good. If the ingredients were ‘healthier’ it would be a perfect product!
Love this! No saccharin used, which is an artificial sweetener used in most tooth pastes and known to be a carcinogen. I like the feeling of giving products to my daughter knowing it is a healthy one. If I have to give a suggestion, it would be to use different tubes, as it is pretty tough (especially for my young girl) to take out toothpaste when it is 1/3 full.
Tried the wine and it is good. I dont believe it is anything different except for the part that its packaged differently. I hear that it is still ‘better’ or ‘healthier’ to get it in a glass bottle. I’d prefer the last. Though I do think it is more affordable if you get it in a box.
The Annie’s cookies are great! Love their flavor and love the bite. Annie’s is also one of those ‘healthier’ choices I like to get because they make better, more affordable. I love all her products I have tried so far and I hope there will be more to come.
I am not a huge fan of the Keurig machine, but if I do drink it, I sure prefer the Starbuck cup. I like their strong flavor. I like the Starbucks overall better than other brands, though they are usually a bit more expensive. I guess it comes down to prioritizing (sometimes)
This makes me think of home. In the Netherlands this is a staple in many families. We serve it with a one pot mashed potatoes and veggies or sauerkraut. I am so glad they sell similar ones here! And the whole family loves them.
It is my 7 year old’s favorite drink. I let her have it because it is better than a soft drink, but still a lot of sugar. Therefor I divide it by 3, but she doesn’t mind it. It does taste real good though.