Trader Joe’s Jingle Jangle, Holiday Tin

The Trader Joe’s Jingle Jangle is back for another year! The price has climbed slightly over the years, now at $9.99 for the festively decorated tin filled with chocolate covered goodies like pretzels, popcorn, candies, and peanut butter cups. It doesn’t seem to have changed much from the 2019 to the 2020 Jingle Jangle, but it’s still delicious and fun to eat. The tin is always a perfect container to keep around after you eat everything inside of it to store whatever other holiday goodies you might come across. Make sure you or your kiddos shake the tin before you open it and see if they can hear the click clack of reindeer bells approaching…..…….

  • 170 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 22.7 oz
  • Back for another year in same holiday tin!
  • Sort of reminds me of Chicago style popcorn mix!

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Jingle Jangle at Trader Joe’s

Trader Joe’s jingle jangle usually has a release date around mid November and lasts all the way through the holiday season into January. I like the little mini Trader Joe’s peanut butter cups the best, but the chocolate covered pretzels and the joe joe’s cookie pieces I also gobble up.

What is everyone’s favorite treat inside these goodie filled holiday tins? Has the jingle jangle changed much over the years with what they include? It seems like the last few years have generally been the same, but maybe someone remembers an old school version of TJs jingle jangle that was way different. I also always eagerly look forward to the holiday popcorn tin that is massive and has been released over the last several years around December. It’s perfect for storing different holiday things once you eat your way through all the popcorn. Happy Holidays and go pick up a jingle jangle tin now! …..

Price: $9.99

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