We’re Ready to Spring Into Gear With Trader Joe’s Protein-Packed Bone Broths

Alert, alert! Trader Joe’s sells protein-packed organic bone broth, and it’s a must-have in your home. Antibiotic-free, hormone-free, and made from free-range chicken bones and grass-fed beef bones, these delicious broths are only $6 apiece, and their health benefits are worth way more.

Each broth contains 10 grams of protein and 40 to 45 calories per one-cup serving. There’s no fat and little-to-no carbs. Both containers are made up of two and a half servings (see the full nutrition facts in the Instagram slide show above). The ingredients are simple and all organic: beef or chicken broth, onions, apple cider vinegar, garlic, sea salt, and parsley.

In case you need a refresher, bone broth is made by simmering the bones and connective tissues of an animal for hours. The collagen in this broth can aid in digestion and gut health. Bone broth, by the way, is also Paleo-approved! (Note: You can have it on the keto diet, but be wary of the protein count when you’re looking to stay in ketosis.) You can cook with it and even sip it like tea.

If This Trader Joe’s Cinnamon Bun Spread Isn’t in Your Cart, Please Add It Immediately

Attention, Trader Joe’s shoppers: if you haven’t added the Cinnamon Bun Spread to your shopping cart, we’re here to tell you that you’re missing out, and you’re missing out big time. The grocery chain famous for gifting us with Cookie Butter has added another sweet spreadable option to its collection. And it might just be the key to a successful breakfast, brunch, or dessert – unless you empty out the jar on your first meal.

This gooey jam sells for a little over $3 and includes the autumnal spices you’ve come to expect from a tasty cinnamon roll. Douse pancakes, waffles, cookies, french toast, regular toast, apple slices, ice cream, and everything in between in it, or dive right in and eat it on its own. We won’t judge.

The next time you’re perusing the aisles of your beloved Trader Joe’s, be sure to add this item to your cart. Trust us, you’ll too wonder why cinnamon bun spread never existed before.

Chris Harrison Created a 100-Calorie Canned Rosé, Just in Time For The Bachelor’s Finale

In perhaps one of the most on-brand moves of all time, Chris Harrison just launched his very own canned Rosé drink, and the “will you accept this Rosé?” puns practically write themselves. The beloved host of The Bachelor worked closely with boozy beverage company Seagram’s Escapes to develop its new Tropical Rosé flavor, choosing the combination of passion fruit and dragon fruit notes himself. I suppose we can add “fruity flavor purveyor” to the reality star’s ever-growing laundry list of titles, right alongside trusty final-rose announcer, expert advice provider, and unfailing “most dramatic season ever” promiser.

At just 100 calories per can, Seagram’s Escapes’ Tropical Rosé contains 3.2 percent ABV, which is ideal for avoiding those post-Bachelor hangovers on Tuesday mornings. The “light, sweet, and refreshing” drink is now rolling out to stores nationwide in four-pack boxes decorated with a beachy Bachelor in Paradise-esque theme – and Chris’s smiling face, of course. We wouldn’t be surprised if BIP bartender Wells Adams serves these up at the Playa Escondida Resort in Mexico this Summer!

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