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Where I live in New York City, the lines at Trader Joe’s can get pretty long. Throw in a global pandemic, which limits the number of people allowed inside, and the lines now start outside, wrapping around the building. But there’s a reason for the madness — Trader Joe’s food is simply that good.
However, there might not be a Trader Joe’s fan bigger than Kelsey Lynch, the woman behind the popular Trader Joe’s Food Reviews Instagram account who recently published a book featuring her own recipes using products exclusively from the grocery chain.
Trader Joe’s is my favorite grocery store, but we all knew that. It is the one grocery store that doesn’t feel like a chore to go to on the weekends. I look forward to picking out goodies and finding new items to review for you all and I have loved every second of building this incredible Trader Joe’s Food Review’s community with you. Cooking Through Trader Joe’s cookbook has officially been out for one month now! It has honestly been a dream come true sharing my Trader Joe’s recipes with you all and it makes my day seeing your joy whenever you send me pictures of your brand new cookbook or of the recipes you’re making (keep tagging me and sending them my way! ) To celebrate Cooking Through Trader Joe’s one month birthday, we are making Cookie Butter Rice Krispy Treats out of the book tonight for Trader Joe’s TUESDAY! Go pick up your very own copy today or download the ebook! I cannot wait to see what delicious Trader Joe’s recipe you cook up first
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“Cooking Through Trader Joe’s Cookbook” uses the brand’s popular cauliflower gnocchi, everything bagel seasoning, cookie butter and more to make affordable and easy-to-make appetizers, cocktails, main courses and desserts.
While not officially endorsed by or affiliated with Trader Joe’s, the book was released on Aug. 4 and Amazon reviewers have already given it 4.7 out of 5 stars. And most reviewers say they “love this book.”
Shop: “Cooking Through Trader Joe’s Cookbook,” $21.59 (Orig. $24.99)
“I LOVE THIS COOKBOOK!!!!” wrote one reviewer. “Last weekend I made the vanilla bourbon French toast. This weekend I made the fried honey butter chicken sandwiches, unreal. I’m having so much fun with this cookbook. What a worthwhile purchase!”
“So happy Kelsey put this cookbook out! I’ve been following her on TikTok and Instagram and she has the best ideas of things you can make from our favorite grocery, now made even better with her ideas!!!! I downloaded the Kindle version and it’s fantastic,” wrote another reviewer and fan of the Instagram account.
The only complaint some reviewers seem to have about the book is that there are not enough recipes — the whole cookbook is about 100 pages long — and that the recipes are too simple.
Nonetheless, if you’re looking for new ideas in the kitchen, there are a few other cookbooks that cater to Trader Joe’s famously good food you can find on Amazon.
Shop: “The I Love Trader Joe’s Cookbook: 10th Anniversary Edition,” $19.95
Shop: “The Eat Your Way Healthy at Trader Joe’s Cookbook,” $15.31 (Orig. $17.99)
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