Trader Joe’s chicken breast comes in a few different varieties, including this all natural boneless, skinless chicken that is vegetarian fed. It sells for a price of $4.49/lb in packs around $6 to $10. For a bit more there is also Trader Joe’s organic, free range chicken breasts and chicken breast tenders. And TJ’s also sells precooked chicken breast in the prepared meals section that is ready to eat. Basically you can pretty much get chicken breast any way you want at TJs. It’s not the absolute cheapest place for chicken, with places like Aldi selling it for a few dollars cheaper sometimes, but those are ones that aren’t necessarily vegetarian fed or all natural…….…….
- All natural vegetarian fed chicken
- Net Weight: Ranges from around 1.5 to 3 pounds
- Boneless, skinless chicken breasts
Chicken Breasts at Trader Joe’s
While regular old boneless skinless chicken breasts may not have much flavor, they do absorb marinades and sauces really well. I like to marinate these chicken breasts in Trader Joe’s Island Soyaki overnight. Then when you grill them they have a really nice sweet and crispy flavor to them. I’m sure there are a ton of good sauces and marinades at Trader Joe’s for chicken breasts, so I’d love to hear what everyone’s go to marinade or sauce is. Sometimes I’ll dip the chicken in my favorite sauce, the Trader Joe’s Kansas City Style BBQ sauce that is the perfect amount of sweet and smoky. It’s also easy to cut these chicken breasts up and save some money instead of buying the pricier chicken tenders. Of course you could always just buy a whole chicken and roast it. That’s probably the best bang for your buck in terms of taste and price!….