Trader Joe’s Ancient Grains and Nuts Granola

This Trader Joe’s Ancient Grains and Nuts Granola are made up of whole rolled oats, with ancient grains, nuts, seeds ans coconut oil. These have a good crunch with almonds, walnuts and cashews and have grains like quinoa, buckwheat, chia seeds, teff, and amaranth. This is a really solid granola option that has been around TJs for years, in a few different types of packaging. Add these to your milk or yogurt, or do what I do and grab a handful to snack on when you get hungry in between meals. And for $3.49 for a 12 ounce resealable bag, these are a good value….…….

  • 220 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 12 oz
  • 8 grams of sugar per serving

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Trader Joe’s Granola with Ancient Grains and Nuts

Trader Joe’s granola and other breakfast foods have long been one of the best parts of the TJs store. There are so many good healthy options that this TJs ancient grains version can get lost in the mix. How does everyone like to eat this granola? If anyone has a really good creative recipe they make with this, let me know! I admit I’ll occasionally drizzle some honey over this ancient grain granola if I’m feeling like a sweet snack but can resist a legit sugary treat. And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..

Kirkland Signature Nature’s Path Organic Ancient Grains with Almonds, 35.3 oz

Medley of Rice & Ancient Grains 3lbs (Rice, Bulgur, Barley, Wheat Berries, Red Rice, Oats and Quinoa) Cook Time 10 Min

Price: $3.49

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7 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Ancient Grains and Nuts Granola

  1. Bring it back or I’ll boycott TJ’s!

    just kidding, I’ll never boycott TJ’s but seriously, bring back this granola!

    1. Bring it back! The best grain mixture in any granola. Also please bring back the Green Curry Thai sauce! The new one is horrible. It’s not palatable. And why would you replace the absolute best Apricot Jam that’s lower in sugar? The new one is taste like every other Apricot Jam. I feel like every time I start to love something at T.J.’s it’s discontinued, so disappointed. Makes me not want to go there and try things because it’s gone.

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