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Trader Joe’s Crispy Crunchy Ginger Chunk Cookies

Trader Joe’s Crispy Crunchy Ginger Cookies 

Now I love many a Trader Joe’s cookie, but this one has quickly risen to the top of my list. The bag describes it as buttery and rich ginger chunk cookies that melt in your mouth. This is the perfect way to describe this cookie. While other TJ’s ginger cookies are dry, crispy, and of course yummy this cookie is a perfectly in between the two, it’s crispy yet soft as you bite in and chew.

There are only a few chunks of ginger in each cookie, but anymore would probably be overpowering and too gingery. The bag comes with two individually wrapped containers holding 7 cookies each. Which is a little wasteful, but also allows you to eat a pack (7) and save some for later and know they will be fresh. Although, I’m finding it hard not to eat them all in two days.

Ingredients include: sweetened dried ginger pieces (ginger, sugar), rice flour, butter (sweet cream, natural flavor), brown sugar, sugar, egg, vanilla extract, baking soda, salt, and xanthan gum.

They are gluten-free and include milk and eggs.



If you are looking for a new cookie this is the one to try. It’s a nice change from a dry cookie and will go into my rotations with Dark Chocolate Almond Laceys and Crispy Cookies filled with Belgian chocolate (aka not Milano’s)


3 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Crispy Crunchy Ginger Chunk Cookies

  1. I had these cookies for the 1st time on my 1st trip to TJ’s in North Wales…I had a hard time not eating them all before I got home.. I went to Tj’s in Gateway and they didn’t have the…so i’m off to North Wales to get more than 1 bag…These are really really good…better than any others I have tasted…


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