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Monday, January 30, 2023

Trader Joe's Everything Ciabatta Rolls

Every time I go to the grocery store and get cold cuts, cheese, greens, and plain wheat or white bread, there's a process that inevitably follows over the next few days in our kitchen. On the first couple days, if I get hungry around lunch time, I remember we have sandwich stuff, and I make a sandwich, and it hits the spot.

After the first few days, I try to think of something...anything other than a sandwich for lunch because I'm tired of the same thing day after day, but then I realize it's just Sonia and me and I better eat a sandwich before one of the ingredients spoils. By the end of the tub of cold cuts or the loaf of bread, I'm only eating the sandwich out of a sense of obligation to not let anything go bad, and then I don't want homemade sandwiches for a long time.

I present to you the remedy for this conundrum: Trader Joe's Everything Ciabatta Rolls. No matter how many times I make sandwiches with this stuff, it never tastes or feels boring. It always feels like I went out to a cafe and had some professional sandwich artist craft some deli-fresh food of the gods just for me.

The bread itself is great quality and the "everything" seasonings just throw it over the top. There's onions, garlic, poppy seeds, sesame seeds, and sea salt in the mix. It's just the right combo to make a sandwich feel uncommon, even if it did just come from my own kitchen.

$2.49 for four rolls. Sonia and I will definitely purchase again. Four and a half stars a piece on Trader Joe's Everything Ciabatta Rolls.

Bottom line: 9 out of 10.


  1. These are great! Do a grilled one with Outstanding Cheddar, Plum Tomato Slices & a some Balsamic. And if feeling porky add some bacon.

  2. PS- I just bought some Tikka Masala Curry Sauce in a pouch. This just came on their shelves. It says it's vegan and I'm wondering if anybody has tried it in hopes that would be the type of tikka masala sauce in the frozen entrees. I'm guessing not since it has no dairy. Weird 3rd ingredient after onion & water is "ground watermelon seeds"! Didn't notice that till I got home LOL. I have tried to look for reviews online but haven't been able to find anything. I may have to taste test it but I think I will be adding some cream to it LOL.


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