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I recently discovered I’m not the only one who loves Trader Joe’s Chocolate Raspberry Sticks. Dark chocolate coats chewy raspberry insides, which are a jellied candy similar in consistency to candied orange slices.
Also, I know the lighting is weird (I snapped the photo at night under a lamp) and the container is looking rather empty (*chomp-chomp-chomp*). This is critical brain food, and from the looks of things (there are no chocolate raspberry sticks above the layer you see at the bottom), my brain has been famished.
What’s your brain food? I won’t judge you if you don’t judge me!
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Karen S. Todd says
I love those things-they don’t last very long at our house, either! If these are brain food, we should be geniuses…Enjoy your remaining TJ Chocolate Raspberry Sticks!
PS-The Chocolate Orange sticks are good, too!
Cindy Schwefel says
I agree! They are super yummy! Now if they only made them without calories!
I think my brain food is Sicilian style pizza. Never had the chocolate raspberry sticks though. They sound like something my girl would love!
April Harris says
Wow, those Chocolate Raspberry Sticks sound amazing!! Something that delicious just has to be good for your brain!
Trish Southard says
Oh how I miss Trader Joe’s and these chocolate raspberry treats..please pack in your suitcase if you are speaking in the Austin area.
I’ve never tried them, but they do sound yummy! Next time I am near a Trader Joe’s, I’ll have to pick some up. Thanks for sharing.
These are on my shopping list every time I go to Trader Joe’s!
Hey gal…you are very welcome…
we have been busy at bessie…but brain food…
a spoonful of peanut butter dipped in chocolate chips!
or chips and salsa…all kinds…with guacomole…
those chocolate raspberry sticks look awesome, btw!
I wish we had a Trader Joes near us. Thanks for hosting!
I see your kids have had the flu, I’ve had it since last Mon. it’s really bad this year.
Popcorn. I can eat the whole bag. I could eat more than one bag in a day. I like Pop Secret’s Homestyle microwave style. Nothing else is the same.