A basket isn’t going to do it anymore, folks, because Trader Joe’s has been upping its vegan game. The shelves of your neighborhood grocery store are filled with vegan copycats of classic snack foods like dairy-free Dark Chocolate Sunflower Seed Butter Cups and Chili & Lime Flavored Rolled Corn Tortilla Chips. These tasty treats are proof that food doesn’t need the flesh, milk, or any other part of an animal in order to taste good. With all these delicious vegan goodies, we can’t imagine ever being hangry again. This list is constantly being updated, so be sure to check back for the best new vegan TJ’s products.
Vegan Feta Cheese Alternative
Pick up this vegan feta block packed in a sea salt brine for your next Mediterranean meal. It can be crumbled, sliced, or cubed for any recipe.
Kimchi & Tofu Soup
This healthy, Korean-inspired frozen soup features kimchi, tofu, black rice, and mushrooms in a rich broth.
Boursin Dairy-Free Garlic & Herbs
The beloved herby spread has gone vegan—this dairy-free version will be a hit at your next party.
Sweet Cinnamon Filled Korean Pancakes
Chewy, flaky pancakes stuffed with a gooey cinnamon filling? Count us in.
Vegan Pasta Bolognese
Pick up this frozen meal for a satisfying dinner or a quick lunch. It’s a meatless Bolognese-style sauce with mushrooms, served over red lentil pasta.
Bamba Puffed Peanut & Corn Snacks with Hazelnut Crème Filling
These puffed peanut snacks are filled with a vegan hazelnut crème—a great option for satisfying an afternoon sweet tooth.
Vegan Mayo Spread & Dressing
Vegan Cream Cheese Alternative
Coconut oil, potato starch, and chickpea protein make this new vegan cream cheese perfectly spreadable.
Taiwanese Green Onion Pancakes
Pick up these Taiwanese Green Onion Pancakes in the frozen section.
Japchae Korean Sweet Potato Glass Noodles & Vegetable Stir Fry
Japchae is a Korean dish made with chewy glass noodles and filled with veggies. Grab some Sriracha Baked Tofu in the refrigerated section to serve alongside it.
Vegan Meatless Meat Eater’s Pizza
Pizza night just got a little bit better—find this vegan meat-lover’s pizza in the frozen aisle. It’s topped with vegan mozzarella, red sauce, and meat-free pepperoni and Italian sausage.
Tofu Scramble With Soy Chorizo
Breakfast has never been easier. This gluten-free and vegan tofu scramble includes veggies, soy chorizo, and vegan cheddar-style shreds. It contains a whopping 25 grams of protein, without any animal flesh, eggs, or dairy. Eat it as is or serve it up in some tortillas for quick breakfast tacos.
Misal Curry With Brown Rice
This frozen meal features sprouted beans in a spicy, Indian-inspired curry sauce. It’s served alongside brown rice.
Dairy Free Shredded Parmesan Cheese Alternative
Top your favorite pasta dishes with this vegan Parmesan, which is perfectly melty and free of cow’s milk.
Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert Chocolate Fudge Oat Bars
Everyone loves oat milk, so why not try this vegan take on a childhood classic? These frozen fudge bars are a nostalgic treat.
Vegan Enchilada Casserole
This frozen casserole is one weeknight dinner that you won’t have to worry about—just pop it in the oven and you’ll have a satisfying meal in no time.
Spicy Porkless Plant-Based Snack Rinds
These pig-friendly pork rinds, made from rice and peas, are crunchy, spicy, and gluten-free.
Vegan Ranch Crunch Salad Kit
This packaged salad mix features a base of green and red cabbage, romaine lettuce, and kale with crispy fried onions, roasted sunflower kernels, carrots, and green onions. It’s all tossed with a super-creamy and cow-friendly vegan ranch dressing. Add a Turkeyless Protein Patty or some cubed baked tofu on top to round out your dinner, or enjoy it as is for a quick and easy lunch.
Vegan Bolognese Style Pasta Sauce
Pea protein–based crumbles add a satisfying, meaty texture to this tomato-based pasta sauce, without using the flesh of cows or pigs. Toss it with your favorite pasta, or grab some extra ingredients to try this recipe for a low-carb, high-protein option topped with melted vegan cheese:
Vegan Tzatziki Dip
Use this creamy, Greek-inspired sauce to top homemade gyros or a Mediterranean bowl or as a dip for your favorite fresh veggies.
Vegan Taco Salad Kit
Perfect for a quick weeknight dinner, this vegan salad kit features chipotle seitan, pico de gallo, purple tortilla chips, and a spicy jalapeño ranch-style dressing.
Vegetable Samosa Burrito
This samosa-inspired burrito is packed with potatoes, cauliflower, carrots, peas, and a spiced tomato chutney.
Vegan Gingerbread Loaf
This festive gingerbread-spiced loaf can be found in the bakery section.
Herbed Tahini Sauce and Romesco Dip
Two delicious new dips are gracing Trader Joe’s shelves, and both are vegan! They go great together on Mediterranean or Middle Eastern dishes such as falafel wraps or simply on your favorite grilled veggies.
Non-Dairy Oat Frozen Dessert Strawberry
Oat milk is the secret ingredient that makes this new ice cream divinely delicious. The oat base is strawberry flavored, with almond brittle and candied strawberries for crunch throughout.
Vegan Caesar Dressing
Made from olive oil, tofu, lemon juice, white miso, Dijon mustard, and capers, this creamy vegan Caesar dressing is great for quick weeknight dinners. Pour it onto some crispy romaine lettuce and add vegan Parmesan and vegan chicken for a satisfying anchovy– and egg-free salad.
Dairy Free Cheddar Style Slices and Dairy Free Mozzarella Style Shreds
Trader Joe’s expanded its vegan cheese selection with these new options, which are great for topping your Turkeyless Protein Patties or for making a homemade pizza. No cow secretions here—these vegan cheeses are made from cashews, so choosing them helps keep mother cows with their calves.
Turkeyless Protein Patties
Trader Joe’s Turkeyless Protein Patties are packed with 23 grams of pea-based protein per serving. By choosing to grill these delicious, healthy burgers, you’ll help save sensitive turkeys, who are intelligent and curious birds able to recognize familiar faces, form strong bonds, and defend their young from predators.
Trader Joe’s has tons of vegan items, and it’s up to you to turn them into delicious meals. Looking for some healthy vegan recipes to make at home? PETA has lots of free, animal-free recipes for beginners, like these quick and tasty meals that you can make in 10 minutes or less!