These stone ground white Trader Joe’s grits are a TJs staple, take around 30 minutes to make on the stove top, and have a great corn, creamy flavor to them when cooked properly. Stone ground grits always have a great, unique flavor, and are perfect for adding butter to, and even some cheese if that’s what you like. These are also a good value for this type of grits, with a price of $2.29 for 14 ounces. White corn imparts a really good flavor when you cook them on the stove top, so if you haven’t ever tried grits before, these are the perfect type to give a try. And as a nice added bonus, the package they come in has a typically Trader Joe’s fun and pretty design………….
- Not technically gluten free but “no gluten ingredients used”
- Net Weight: 14 oz
- 150 calories per serving
- Only ingredient is white corn
White Stone Ground Grits at Trader Joe’s
Grits are a great breakfast food to make when you have a bit of time and want a hearty, filling dish. Trader Joe’s grits have been in the same section with Trader Joe’s rolled oats and other breakfast foods for the last few years. What does everyone think of these Trader Joe’s grits in terms of quality and taste? If anyone has a great, simple grits recipe they love to make, let us know! I’m curious to know how these compare to people’s current go to grits brand. And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..
– Carolina Grits Company Traditionally Stone Ground Carolina Grits, Whole Grain and Gluten Free (White, 1 Pack (16 ounces))
– Quaker Instant Grits, 4 Flavor Variety Pack, 0.09oz Packets (48 Pack)
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