Saturday, November 8, 2014

Trader Joe's Gluten Free Stuffing Mix & Candy Cane Joe-Joe's

This morning, we headed to the Trader Joe's in Winter Park to look for their gluten free stuffing mix and candy cane Joe-Joe's.

I didn't buy the stuffing mix, because I make my own cornbread stuffing, but two of my blog readers said it was very good, and one described it as delicious.  

Here's a look at the ingredients list.  It does contain eggs, milk, and soy.  

The stovetop cooking instructions seem pretty simple.  You mix 6 tablespoon of butter with some water and the seasoning pouch in a large saucepan.  Once the croutons are added, you cover it and let it sit for 10 minutes.  

There are also instructions for making it as an oven casserole, or as a stuffing for poultry or pork.  

We didn't buy the gluten free stuffing mix, but we did come home with two boxes of the gluten free candy cane Joe-Joe's.  My daughters love the traditional Gluten Free Joe-Joe's, so they were really excited to try this minty version.  

My daughters thought there were delicious, and were happy that we bought two boxes.  I reluctantly tried them, because I do not like mint.  The box says that the cookies contain real candy cane pieces in every bite, and as you can see, there are certainly a lot of pink candy cane pieces in the cream filling.  They were way too minty for me, but my twins were happy.  

Trader Joe's Gluten Free Candy Cane Joe-Joe's contain soy, coconut, and egg, and may contain traces of milk.

My daughters, who don't have to eat gluten free, said these cookies were as good as mint Oreos.  Now that we keep a 100% gluten free house, I am happy to have found a gluten free version for them.  

Have you tried Trader Joe's Gluten Free Stuffing Mix or Candy Cane Joe-Joe's?


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