29 Healthy Vegan Trader Joe’s Products

1.Murasaki Sweet Potatoes

Otherwise known as Japanese sweet potatoes, these tubers are sweeter, denser, and starchier than orange sweet potatoes, with some comparing their flavor to vanilla cake. Japanese sweet potatoes are one of my favorite foods and definitely a staple for me.

2.Steamed & Peeled Baby Beets

3.Salad Mixes and Precut Vegetables

Make sure to get the salad mixes made of purely greens rather than the ones that come with premade dressings and toppings so you can control the ingredients. In addition to salad greens, Trader Joe’s also sells precut vegetable blends such as a stir fry mix, mirepoix(chopped onion, celery, and carrot), crinkle cut butternut squash, and sweet potato ribbons.

4.Salad Dressings

The Almond Butter Turmeric, Green Goddess, and Cashew Butter (unpictured) salad dressings are all great choices. The Carrot Ginger Miso Salad Dressing, however, may not be the best choice because of the canola oil.

5.Premade Juices and Smoothies

There is a large variety of juices and smoothies at Trader Joe’s, from ginger shots to celery juice to carrot juice to almond butter banana smoothies. My favorite is the organic coconut smoothie, which is made by blending young coconut meat with coconut water into a sweet, creamy drink.

5.Canned Jackfruit

With the proper marinade and seasonings, this is a great substitute for pulled pork in dishes like tacos and sandwiches.

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6.Hearts of Palm Pasta

Made only of hearts of palm, a vegetable that comes from the core of certain types of palm trees, this product serves as a nutritious pasta substitute rich in fiber, iron, copper, and manganese, to name a few.

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7.Whole Grain and Legume Pastas

From red lentil to black bean to quinoa to brown rice to whole wheat pastas, there is something for everyone, including gluten and grain free options. The legume based pastas are an easy way to get in protein as well.

8.Cauliflower and Kale Gnocchi

9.Cauliflower and Broccoli & Kale Pizza Crusts

10.Whole Grains

In addition to dry whole grains, Trader Joe’s offers many varieties of frozen microwavable and quick-cooking grains, which are great if you are short on top.


11.Whole Grain and Gluten Free Crispbreads

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12.Breads and Tortillas

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Any of their sourdough breads
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Whole Wheat Pita
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Carb Savvy Tortillas
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Ezekiel Bread
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Corn tortillas



13.Steamed Lentils

14.Canned Beans

Canned beans are a cheap and convenient protein source that go great in Mexican dishes, and you can get both plain varieties and those , such as fat free refried beans and cuban style black beans, neither of which contain any added oil.

15.Harvest Chili

16.Lentil Soup with Ancient Grains

17.Plant-Based Frozen Meals

These 4 frozen options below are great for quick meals when you don’t have time to cook.

Riced Cauliflower Bowl
Multigrain Blend with Vegetables
Quinoa Duo with Vegetable Melange

Melodious Blend

18.Organic Date Syrup

Made from the fruit dates, this is a great natural sweetener for cooking and baking. In addition to date syrup, Trader Joe’s also offers other natural sweeteners like raw honey, maple syrup, and coconut sugar.

19.Plant-Based Sauces and Dips

Eggplant hummus (their only oil free hummus)
Herbed Tahini Sauce
Romesco Dip (roasted red peppers, tomatoes, almonds, olive oil, almond butter, red wine vinegar, parsley,sea salt, crushed red pepper, paprika)
Vegan Kale Cashew Basil Pesto

20.Nut Butters

Trader Joe’s has a wide selection of different nut and seed butters, from peanut to almond to cashew to sunflower. Their roasted almond butter is my favorite out of all the almond butters I’ve tried.

21.Nuts/Seeds

Trader Joe’s carries a wide variety of nuts and seeds, from raw and unsalted to roasted, salted, and seasoned versions. Make sure to get a variety without added oils or refined sugars.

22.Cauliflower Crisps

Made from wholesome ingredients and free of any oils or added sugars, this is a great way to satisfy your craving for a crunchy snack.

23.Just Beets

Crunchy and savory like potato chips but made of just dehydrated beets

24.Organic Dehydrated Carrots

25.Dried and Freeze Dried Fruit

With these treats, you’ll be able to satisfy your craving for candy because of the natural sugars and chewy (dried fruit) or crunchy(freeze dried) texture, all while getting in important vitamins and minerals. While not technically dried fruit, Trader Joe’s also sells medjool dates, a type of chewy, sweet fruit.

26.Frooze Balls

These fruit and nut energy balls are naturally sweetened with dates and make for a convenient snack.

27.Date Bars

Soft, moist, and perfectly sweetened from the dates, these are essentially Trader Joe’s version of Lara Bars.

28.Grainless Granola

Made from almonds, dried coconut, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, coconut sugar, tapioca syrup, chicory root fiber, coconut oil, and sea salt.

29.Overnight Oats

Trader Joe’s carries vanilla, almond butter chia, and seasonal pumpkin flavors. All are solid options for a quick breakfast on the go, but my favorite is the pumpkin, followed by vanilla, then almond butter chia.

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