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These Are the 5 New Trader Joe's Desserts Worth Drooling Over

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Cozy up to these three new desserts!

Trader Joe’s has come out with three new autumnal desserts to sweeten your fall season. Pumpkin Ginger Hold the Cone, Pumpkin & Roasted Pepitas Cookies, and Premium Peanut Butter Roundels are now all available in Trader Joe’s stores across the U.S. for you to enjoy all autumn long. 

Pumpkin Ginger Hold The Cone!


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Your favorite mini ice cream will now feature pumpkin ice cream spiced with ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon, and clove nestled on a ginger-flavored cone, similar in taste to gingerbread.

As if the fall treat couldn’t get any sweeter, the ice cream scoop is also topped with a white confectionary coating. Yum! 

Pumpkin and Roasted Pepitas Cookies


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This sounds like a perfect pumpkin snack! According to the Trader Joe’s website, these cookies are crisp like a potato chip, buttery like a cookie, and flavored like a pumpkin. They are also studded with pepitas, aka little green seeds from varieties of pumpkin plants.

Premium Peanut Butter Roundels


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Chocolate lovers, listen up: These circular cookies filled with Trader Joe’s No Stir Peanut Butter are covered in either milk or dark chocolate. They are then drizzled in more milk chocolate. If you like chocolate (and peanut butter) this is going to be a total fall go-to on nights when you want to cozy up on the couch with a box of cookies.

*STORY HAS BEEN UPDATED*

Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Marble Mousse Bar


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Inspired by a popular southern dessert, this pumpkin marble mousse bar is the perfect finish to a meal that will certainly delight guests with its decadence. This bar has a brownie base and a creamy pumpkin and chocolate ganache cheesecake topping. 

Milk Chocolate Lovers Chocolate Bar


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Trader Joe's is finally offering an alternative to the Dark Chocolate Lover’s Chocolate Bar! According to the Fearless Flyer, this chocolate bar is "crafted with 45% cacao, single origin beans from the Tumaco region of Colombia, where our supplier works directly with more than 3,000 small cacao farmers."  

“Fall” in love with Trader Joe’s new seasonal desserts, or enjoy any of the 53 products Trader Joe’s customers and employees love the most.

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