Ah, summer at Trader Joe’s. We simply can’t *wait* to fill our carts with all the cookout-ready condiments, creative snacks, quick dinners and seasonal desserts our grocery store boo dreamed up for us. Here’s what’s new at Trader Joe’s in June, from truffle-infused BBQ sauce to the cutest dill pickle-flavored mini falafel you ever did see.

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1. Buffalo-Style Seasoned Almonds

All the lip-smacking, spicy tang of a Buffalo chicken wing, minus the mess. Might we suggest pairing them with hard cheese, celery and carrots on a charcuterie board?

Buy it ($4)

2. Truffle-Flavored BBQ Sauce

We see a grilled pulled pork pizza in your future, and it's slathered in this sweet-and-savory sauce. It starts with a classic tomato-vinegar base, which is zhuzhed up with bits of umami-laced black truffle. Pour it on ribs, hot dogs, burgers, grilled veggies—just about anything, really.

Buy it ($3.50)

3. Dill Pickle Mini Falafel

Chickpeas and dill pickles may seem like an unlikely pairing—until you taste one of these, that is. Not only are there pickle bits in the falafel, but the falafel mix is also hydrated with pickle brine to drive the mouth-puckering flavor home. Dip 'em in TJ's dill pickle hummus if you dare.

Buy it ($4)

4. Blueberry Fields Hard Cheese

You really don't want to miss this sharp raw cow's milk gem, which is bathed in blueberry purée before hitting shelves. This adds a sweet-tart note to the nutty, delicate cheese, making it ideal for turkey paninis, salads or fruit-forward cheese boards.

Buy it ($5)

5. Strawberry Basil Vinaigrette

Whether they're used in a salad, grilled cheese or cocktail, strawberry and basil are a timeless pairing. Here, strawberry purée and juice unite with fragrant basil, zingy white balsamic vinegar and lemon juice to create a decidedly summery dressing for the books.

Buy it ($3.50)

6. Beef Birria

It was basically impossible to scroll TikTok or Instagram last summer without seeing quesabirria tacos. Save yourself hours of slow cooking with TJ's heat-and-eat shortcut (and be sure to save the leftover broth for sipping and dipping).

Buy it ($8)

7. Seasoning In A Pickle Seasoning Blend

This one goes out to all of you who ask, "do you want your pickle?" before your friend has even started eating. Sprinkle the dill pickle dust over popcorn, baked potatoes, scrambled eggs or hamburger patties, or mix a few generous spoonfuls of it into sour cream to create a lightning-fast dip.

Buy it ($2.50)

8. Fully Cooked Pork Belly

Tacos, rice bowls, ramen, bánh mì—rich, succulent pork belly does it all. It's braised low and slow for 12 hours before reaching the store, so all you have to do once you bring it home is crisp it up on the stovetop for a few minutes.

Buy it ($6.50)

9. Truffle Aioli

Garlic, oil and alllll the truffle your fungi-loving heart desires. Slather it on burgers and sammies, serve it as a dip for potato chips or plate it with impossibly crispy fries. Bonus? It's emulsified without eggs, so even the vegans at the picnic can get in on it.

Buy it ($4)

10. Peanut Butter Caramel-Coated Popcorn

Warning: Once you give this candy store-caliber snack a taste, no movie marathon will feel complete without it. Picture puffy, light-as-air mushroom kernel popcorn enrobed in a layer of sweet syrup, and finally, a coating of salty peanut butter, because balance.

Buy it ($3.50)

11. Mini Cheesecake Cones

These ingenious bites are crafted in Italy, so you know they're the real deal. As if velvety, creamy cheesecake filling made from buffalo milk ricotta and quark cheese wasn't drool-worthy enough, the cones are made of praline-like Florentine cookies.

Buy it ($4)

12. Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake

'Tis the season for fruit desserts. You could fuss over a homemade cherry pie...or you could head to TJ's freezer section and snag one of these crowd-pleasers while you still can. (Bonus points for shaving white chocolate curls on top of the cheesecake before serving it.)

Buy it ($8)

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