Reddit Is Divided Over How To Best Use This Sweet Trader Joe's Spread

When it comes to grocery shopping at Trader Joe's, it seems like we just can't get enough. In fact, trips to the famed grocery store mark a special time in our day knowing that we can get our hands on some of the best food products in the market. There's even a group of people known as "Senior Adventures in Learning and Travel" that make an hour-and-a-half-long trek to the grocery store to fulfill their Trader Joe's needs, and we don't blame them (via Greensboro News & Record).

From the store's Everything but the Bagel Seasoning, Cauliflower Gnocchi, Mandarin Orange Chicken, Speculoos Cookie Butter, Buffalo Style Chicken Dip, and more, Trader Joe's makes the grocery shopping experience worthwhile. Sometimes though, the abundance of out-of-the-box product offerings can leave some customers confused on what the best way to use it might be. You'd think a dip or spread would be pretty easy to determine what to do with, but for Reddit, that's always up for debate.

How to use TJs Cinnamon Bun Spread

In true Trader Joe's fashion, the popular grocery store chain has some yummy spreads and dips stocked on its shelves. But what about a spread that could go with just about anything? Trader Joe's Cinnamon Bun Spread is turning heads on Reddit because it seems like it checks off all the boxes when it comes to versatility in dipping and spreading. "Apples, or swirled into some oatmeal," one Redditor said. "Mixed with whipped cream cheese and spread on some ritz crackers," another TJ fan commented. "I put it in coffee," another person said, which seems to be the most creative use so far. "Pumpkin waffles with almond butter and a touch of this!" another fan of the spread shared.

For some TJ customers though, the decision has been hard. "I bought it two years ago. Still in my pantry because I can't figure out what to do with it!" said one user. "I did not buy the spread yesterday because I did not know what in earth I would put it on. But this looks delicious and since I can eat pretzels it looks like I'm going back to TJs tonight," another Redditor said.

Perhaps with the grocery store chain bringing back its in-store free samples, customers might get the opportunity to try the spread and determine for themselves how they would incorporate it into their daily snacking needs.