Trader Joe’s Sesame Sticks, Whole Wheat

These Trader Joe’s sesame sticks are crunchy, delicious and the perfect snack. They are made from wheat flour and have a super savory taste to them that goes really with beer or other carbonated drinks. There is a bunch of snacks at TJs that are solid standbys for me, but this is one my all time favorites. The sticks are coated in sesame seeds which makes for a perfect texture and taste. I like putting these out in a little Trader Joe’s olive wood bowl for people to snack on. They don’t look like they would be anything special, but they pack a lot of flavor into a relatively healthy little stick!…..…….

  • 170 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 16 oz
  • Zero grams of sugar
  • Crunchy wheat sticks coated with sesame seeds
  • A perfect party snack to have with a dark beer or seltzer water

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Whole Wheat Sesame Sticks at Trader Joe’s

There are so many different good snacks and chips at Trader Joe’s that it’s easy to overlook these sesame sticks. What is everyone’s favorite Trader Joe’s snack? I’m curious if people like these sesame sticks as much as I do. Sometimes I’ll combine these with almonds for an even bigger salty crunch, but they do sort of fill you up fast. A handful of sesame sticks definitely makes you feel like you’ve just eaten a meal since they are relatively dense. Just make sure to have a good beer or seltzer water around for when you eat these since they are a lot better with a good carbonated drink. If anyone has a go to snack that flies under the radar like these tend to do, let me know! I also like these sesame sticks if you can’t make it to TJs…..

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