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Fall is in the Air at Trader Joe’s!

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at BU chapter.

It is that time of year again, aka the best time of the year, because fall foods are back at Trader Joe’s. If you’re like me, you wait patiently for the new and old fall foods to arrive at Trader Joe’s. If not, then you are in the right place. Here we will be describing and ranking the best fall foods that are sold at Trader Joe’s.

Pumpkin Pancake & Waffle Mix

If you love pancakes and waffles (more of a pancake person myself), and you love pumpkin or fall spices, then this is a must have. It makes for the perfect fall morning, eating these in your pjs while you look at the changing leaves.

Pumpkin Waffles

If you want the scenario I just described, but you live in a dorm or somewhere with no kitchen, opting for the frozen pumpkin waffles is a great alternative!

Cinnamon Bun Spread

Now, if you aren’t into pumpkin but still want that fall flavor, you should try the cinnamon bun spread. I would say it tastes best on some cinnamon bread right out of the toaster!

Maple Leaf Cookies

This is again not pumpkin but is insane! These cookies are so sweet and have the perfect maple flavor. Replace them with your average Oreos for some fun fall flair.

Pumpkin Rolls

If you can’t tell already, I have an insane sweet tooth! These pumpkin cinnamon rolls melt in your mouth and are the perfect thing to eat on a cold fall night.

Maple & Sea Salt Kettle Corn

Yes, I did save the best for last! Now, usually I do not enjoy eating kettle corn, but this kettle corn changes everything. It is the perfect mix of sweet and salty, and if I don’t stop myself, I could eat the whole bag in one sitting!

Run, do not walk, to get these items while you still can!

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Emma is a junior at Boston University majoring in English and minoring in Women and Gender Studies, in the College of Arts and Sciences. When not in class you can find the New York native writing/reading with a chai in hand.