Trader Joe’s Multigrain Bread, Sprouted Wheat


This Trader Joe’s multigrain bread has a hearty and fresh taste to it and is sprinkled with sprouted berries and flax seed to make a super nutritious slice of bread. It’s nice having the added texture of the sprouted berries and the rye flakes and flax seeds that are mixed in throughout the bread. As far as multigrain breads go, this is one of the better tasting ones with more nutritious ingredients compared to national brands. And for a price of $3.29 this is a really good value. It also comes in a few other varieties like rye and sourdough. This is fairly similar to Trader Joe’s Ezekiel Bread, which is also really good and a great value compared to Dave’s Killer Bread at other chains………….

  • 90 calories per slice
  • Net Weight: 24 oz
  • 2 grams of sugar per slice
  • Made with organic sprouted wheat berries, rye flakes and flax seeds, corn meal, millet, rolled oats, sunflower seeds, cultured wheat starch, sea salt, yeast, honey and molasses

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Sprouted Multigrain Bread at Trader Joe’s


This Trader Joe’s sprouted wheat multigrain bread is actually pretty good at holding up when it’s toasted and then smeared with yummy things like peanut butter or jelly. What is everyone’s favorite Trader Joe’s spread or jam to put on their bread? I’m also curious to know if anyone has tried all the different varieties and what the favorite is. TJs has had a few different versions of multigrain bread over the years, but I think this most recent one is the best tasting while still being a really good value. Now you just have to make sure to have some delicious Trader Joe’s almond butter or blueberry jam around!…..

Price: $3.29



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One thought on “Trader Joe’s Multigrain Bread, Sprouted Wheat

  1. This bread is like eating cardboard. It is garbage.
    Why did they do away with the California Style Sprouted Wheat bread?

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