Trader Joe’s Maple Cookies, Maple Leaf Cream Filling

These Trader Joe’s maple cookies are one of my favorite cookies at TJs, with a really yummy maple cream filling. The crunch of the cookies, the smooth maple flavored cream all form a really maple-y and delcious cookie. And as a nice bonus, these are lacking a lot of the gross ingredients that are in most sandwich creme cookies that taste this good from national brands. These Trader Joe’s maple leaf cookies are made in Canada and now seem to be available at TJs year round ………….

  • 110 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 11.4 oz
  • 9 grams of sugar per serving
  • No artificial flavors or preservatives

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Trader Joe’s Maple Leaf Cookies, Made in Canada

There are so many good Trader Joe’s desserts and cookies, but I always find myself buying these and dipping them in milk for a sweet treat. These types of maple cookies are also sold as Aldi Maple Leaf Cookies and at other groceries, but as usual the TJ’s price is very competitive. How does everyone compare these Trader Joe’s maple cookies to other favorite TJs cookie treats? And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..

– 2 Pack TJ’s Maple Leaf Cookies

– Dare Foods Maple Leaf Creme Cookies 3 /10.6 Ounce Boxes

Price: $3.49

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