Trader Joe’s pine nuts are an incredibly flavorful and buttery smooth tasting nut that is a great value for under $8 for eight ounces. You can buy these ones that come toasted or get the raw ones and toast them yourself. Either way, pine nuts have a ton of flavor and are perfect for adding to salads, eating them by the handful or making pesto. Pine nuts can be crazy expensive at a lot of groceries, so despite being almost $16/lb at Trader Joe’s, these are substantially less than anywhere else I’ve seen. If you feel like splurging, pick up a bag of these and you’ll be pleasantly surprised how flavorful and satisfying they are………….
- 220 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 8 oz
- Dry roasted pignolias
- Comes in raw or toasted variety
Dry Roasted Pine Nuts at Trader Joe’s
These are some of my favorite nuts that Trader Joe’s carries, but I’m always on the hunt for super tasty nuts that are a tad less expensive. Because TJs carries so many unique and hard to find nuts, it can be tough to choose which ones to try. I always feel like it’s a risky mini investment to buy a huge bag of nuts in case they don’t taste great. If anyone has a few different varieties of go to nuts from Trader Joe’s, I’d love to hear which ones! I was buying Trader Joe’s almonds in different flavors for awhile, especially the mesquite ones, and I really like hazelnuts too. The great thing about nuts is they fill you up while having healthy fats. If anyone has bought the Trader Joe’s raw pine nuts I’m curious to know if it was simple to toast them to the right doneness….
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