Trader Joe's Fans Are Psyched For The Return Of This Festive Candy Mix

Trader Joe's has more tasty holiday treats on offer than the average consumer, or even family, could get through in a single festive season. That's why it's important to know which ones are the best, and according to many, that's their Jingle Jangle mix. Don't worry, this mix has no relation to the Jingle Jangle of Riverdale (via Refinery29). What you'll actually find inside this infamous mix is: "mini pretzels covered in milk and dark chocolate and drizzled with white chocolate; dark chocolate-covered caramel popcorn; dark chocolate-covered broken Joe-Joe's cookies; milk chocolate gems with a red candy coating; and milk & dark chocolate mini peanut butter cups."

Fans of this candy concoction wait for it to appear on the store shelves every year to mark the beginning of the holiday season, and this year was no exception. When Instagrammer @traderjoeslist posted a picture of the trademark tin, more than 19,000 people liked the post and left comments like, "I am sitting here eating this as we speak, and I couldn't be happier," and "Just bought two tins of #jinglejangle today" (via Instagram).

What you don't know about Trader Joe's Jingle Jangle

According to the Trader Joe's website, the name Jingle Jangle is meant to describe both the chocolate-covered treats themselves and the sound they make when you open the tin. However, as festive as the name makes it sound, the truth is you don't need to wait until December to indulge in some Jingle Jangle.

If you adore this candy mixture, you can actually find a version of it at Trader Joe's in springtime. It's called the "Springle Jangle" mix, and it features yogurt covered pretzels instead of the chocolate ones, butter toffee peanuts, and spring nonpareils along with the bark, candy gems, and peanut butter cups that you'd find in the traditional Jingle Jangle (via Delish). Sadly, the Jingle Jangle ice cream that was available a few years back doesn't seem to be back this year, but that doesn't mean it won't be in the future (via Mashable). For now, we'll just have to sprinkle Jingle Jangle on top of regular ice cream instead.