Trader Joe’s DILL PICKLE MUSTARD


NEW PRODUCT: Trader Joe’s DILL PICKLE MUSTARD. This is one of those Trader Joe’s products which once you try, you say to yourself “This is something I didn’t even know I needed but now that I know how good this is, I want this in my life from now on”. I saw this the other day in the NEW PRODUCTS section. Like so many Trader Joe items, you see it and are instantly curious to try it and see if it’s any good. Well guess what? TJ’s DILL PICKLE MUSTARD is really good. It tastes exactly what the name says it is, mustard with dill pickles. It’s a very good classic American yellow mustard with dill pickles in it and a lot of dill flavor. Hitting two good tastes combinations at the same time. If you like dill pickles you will probably love this as much as I did. I put it on a hot dog and it was so yummy. What if I put this on a cheese sandwich? What about on a melted cheese sandwich? I can even see mixing a little bit of this into mashed potatoes too…?

$1.99 (9 oz bottle) I would buy this again.

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  1. Connie S
    Jul 11, 2022 @ 12:48:58

    I so agree about this excellent mustard! I hear it’s a summer-only item, so I’m buying two on each shopping trip.

    This mustard has elevated (to perfection, IMO) both my coleslaw dressing and potato salad dressing. And it’s great on roasted cabbage wedges!

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  2. Connie Sutherland
    Jul 11, 2022 @ 13:11:35

    I so agree about this excellent mustard! I hear it’s a summer-only item, so I’m buying two on each shopping trip.

    This mustard has elevated (to perfection, IMO) both my coleslaw dressing and potato salad dressing.

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