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November Trader Joe’s Favorites Gift Edition

November 29, 2019

One of the last places I would think to shop for holiday gifts is Trader Joe’s. However, I walked in to a gift wonderland this month and stocked up on so many fun things that you can stuff anyone’s stocking with. Here are a few of my favorite things.

Olive wood bowls

There is an entire olive wood collection full of small bowls, large bowls, and a cutting board. These small Olive Wood Bowls make the perfect hostess gift. Stuff them with holiday candy, fill them with dip, or set up a hot cocoa bar and use them to hold the toppings. The possibilities are endless.

Chocolate passport

Everyone has a chocolate lover in their life. The Chocolate Passport is the creative gift that will light up their Christmas. This dark chocolate dream collection contains chocolate from around the world, including Ecuador, Peru and the Dominican Republic.

Essential oils collection

I haven’t quite jumped on the oily bandwagon, but I have started experimenting with different oils in my laundry. When I saw this Essential Oils Collection, I thought it would be a great starter pack. Not only can these oils be added to your bath, they can be a massage oil, or sleep aid. I use my wool diffuser and lavender oil before bed to really set the mood of relaxation.

Face mask trio

One of the easiest ways for me to pamper myself is with a face mask. With Trader Joe’s Face Mask Trio there’s 3 masks to use individually or all together for a complete beauty routine. The trio includes a refresh clay detox mask, pineapple papaya enzyme mask, and restore rose gel mask.

Organic naughty or nice dog treats

Give your pups what the want! I couldn’t even get these photos without mine trying to jump up and get it. Each organic treat has “naughty” or “nice” on the bone. Don’t expect them to be patient waiting for that photo though.

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What’s your favorite gift idea from Trader Joe’s? Leave me a comment below

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