All those who want Trader Joe's most famous cookie will be rewarded—literally! The popular item returned to shelves after months.
A shopper posted on Reddit that Trader Joe's Chocolate Vanilla Creme Joe-Joe's have returned. This sandwich cookie has been Trader Joe's lengthy sweet delight, considered an Oreo copycat.
This year, users on Reddit reported that Trader Joe's removed the iconic cookies after employees confirmed their discontinuation.
Other Redditors reported they contacted with Trader Joe's employees who indicated the store had taken the product from shelves but would replace it with a fresh one.
To clarify, Trader Joe's sold other Joe-Joe's varieties when Chocolate Vanilla Creme was unavailable.
Sandwich cookies may taste different now that they're back. A Trader Joe's representative confirmed that the current Chocolate Vanilla Creme Joe-Joes are new.
Trader Joe's said it devised a "new and improved" Joe-Joe's taste since the old cookies "simply weren't matching our expectations."
The updated Joe-Joe's have two crunchy chocolate biscuits with rich cocoa powder and sea salt. Two cookies fill a lovely whipped creme with vanilla bean flecks. The Reddit user who returned said the cookies taste better.
The rebuilt Joe-Joe's has more than just a new taste. While the old cookies came in boxes, the new Joe-Joe's have a resealable film to keep them fresh.
Trader Joe's sells $2.99 boxes of the new and improved Joe-Joe's. Shoppers can check with their local Trader Joe's to see if the cookies are in stock.