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Trader Joe’s Has a New Product & Everything But the Bagel Seasoning Fans Will Love It

Trader Joe’s is our own personal wonderland. Whether we’re loading up on their frozen foods, looking for new pantry staples and seasonings to make homemade meals taste great, or treating ourselves to dessert, we always wind up with a full cart. We never leave the store without a shaker bottle of their Everything But the Bagel Seasoning, but Trader Joe’s has surprised and delighted us by adding their own signature seasoning blend to a new snack item. Introducing: Everything But the Bagel Nut Duo.

This nutritious snack pairs two of our favorite Trader Joe’s item into one food so snackable, we’re definitely going to stock up. Roasted almonds and cashews are dusted in the store’s bagel seasoning blend of sesame seeds, sea salt, minced garlic, minced onion, black sesame seeds, and poppy seeds.

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This isn’t the chain’s first foray into infusing new foods with their Everything But the Bagel Seasoning. They sold an Everything But the Bagel Greek Style Yogurt Dip in stores this past fall, published a recipe for Everything But the Bagel Dip on their website, and it’s rumored they have Everything But the Bagel Potato Chips in the works, too.

Um, we’ll take one of everything, please!

While we can imagine snacking on these Everything But the Bagel Nut Duo packs as-is, they also would probably be great gently warmed and served next to a few dishes of olives and cubed cheese at cocktail hour, sprinkled onto salads, crushed and used to crust chicken tenders or fish filets, or tossed into your next batch of savory Chex mix.

What we’re saying, basically, is that we’re all in!

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