16 Trader Joe's Foods You Need To Discover (And Then Hoard)

Did someone say pudding?

You're already going to Trader Joe's for the cookie butter, and most of us swear by Two Buck Chuck (which is now actually $3 at most locations).

But there are many, many Trader Joe's finds that you're not paying enough attention to ... unless you're a brilliant shopper, that is.

We asked a handful of HuffPost editors for their favorite under-appreciated or little-known items at America's most secretive supermarket. The lineup is equal parts useful (pre-marinated chicken!), surprising (who knew there were hybrid tortillas?!) and tastebud-tingling. Check out their descriptions of these must-have foods below.

Cilantro and Jalapeño Hummus
Suzy Strutner
"I eat it with a spoon. There's a spicy kick that you don't get in garlic or sundried tomato hummus."
Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Butter and Sage
Suzy Strutner
"The little dumplings heat up to chewy perfection. You'll literally lick the sauce out of your bowl."
Belgian Chocolate Pudding
Suzy Strutner
"Sweet but not too sweet, and it lasts more than one sitting. I eat it with fresh fruit."
Farfalle with 4 Cheeses and Spinach
Suzy Strutner
"It'll get you that 'Oh HELL YEAH' reaction."
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dunkers
Suzy Strutner
"They're basically grown-up Dunkaroos."
Organic Tuscan Kale
Suzy Strutner
"It's darker and meatier than regular kale."
Frozen Mac 'N Cheese
Suzy Strutner
"As close to homemade mac and cheese as you'll get."
Premium Salmon Burgers
Suzy Strutner
"You can microwave them for a super quick dinner, and they're so flavorful that I eat them plain."
Cheddar Cheese With Caramelized Onions
Suzy Strutner
"The big nuggets of sweet onion are unreal. It's got a nice, crumbly texture, too."
Handmade Chocolate Ganache Torte
Suzy Strutner
"My mom has asked for this for her birthday every year for a LONG time. It's stupidly delicious."
Corn & Wheat Tortillas
Suzy Strutner
"They have the texture of a flour tortilla with the taste of corn. Yum."
Pollo Asado
Suzy Strutner
"It saves you lots of time since it's pre-marinated, and it's great for tacos, salads and burritos."
Creamy Spinach & Artichoke Dip
Suzy Strutner
"It's cheesy, perfectly seasoned, actually has real pieces of artichoke in it, and will completely satisfy any last-minute visitors who pop by your house."
Chicken Gyoza Potstickers
Suzy Strutner
"I could eat a bag in one sitting."
Suzy Strutner
"The cheapest burrata you'll ever find."
Chocolate Brooklyn Babka
Suzy Strutner
"Seriously decadent."

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