Perfect Snacks for Traveling- Trader Joe’s in Asheville

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A purple and yellow bag of plaintain chips with a monkey on the bag on a shelf with a bunch of other bags.Several rows of clear containers with yellow labels marked Dark Chocolate Almonds.
The recent opening of Trader Joe’s in Asheville has added a welcomed convenience for us and our guests,  especially the one’s that have a Trader Joe’s near their home town and know how great the products and prices truly are.  We always enjoy getting a new recommendation like Frozen Chocolate-Covered Banana Bites from Rick and Meredith, Washington DC.  It is a 5 minute walk from Asia Bed and Breakfast Spa and the best place to pick up good quality snacks for your room’s mini-refrigerator, to satisfy late night ‘munchies’ after a good sauna.  And TJ boasts a “no additives and preservatives” policy and leans towards health-conscious food.
For guests that have come to Asheville to take advantage of the many hiking trails, river rafting tours, and other outdoor adventures, Trader Joe’s makes for a perfect stop to pick up easy eats like trail mix, chips, fruit, and granola bars. Our go-to picks include Just Mangoes (dried and unsweetened), Peanut Butter Filled Pretzels, and Roasted Plantain Chips (a savory alternative to the traditional potato chip).  There’s also fresh fruit pre-cut like melon and pineapple.  The Garlic Hummus is tasty with their crackers or pita bread and many of these items are under $3. You’ll be amazed how far an Alexander Hamilton will go!
If you’ve got a sweet tooth,  which is often the case with us, the Turbinado and Sea Salt Chocolate-Covered Almonds will more than satisfy.  For a real treat nab a box of Green Tea Mochi Ice Cream— 6 perfect little balls of creamy ice cream wrapped in mochi (refined and pounded rice).  A delicious dessert for two!  Note: They melt quickly and taste best very frozen. Come stay with us at Asia Bed and Breakfast Spa!  Trader Joe’s Open Daily 8am-9pm.

 


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