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Trader Joe’s Fig and Olive Crisps

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Have you tried these fig and olive crisps from Trader Joe’s? They are my favorite TJ’s cracker!

front of fig and olive crisps box

These are *not* a seasonal product, meaning they are available year-round.

Every time I stop in Trader Joe’s, I grab a couple boxes because I have seen them sell out from time to time.

side of box label for fig and olive crisps

These crackers are pretty hard and sturdy so will be able to work with a lot of different dips. Perhaps this goat cheese and olive dip would work perfectly!

I have served them plenty of times on cheese boards, as they also help to add a pop of color and go well with a variety of cheeses.

My personal favorite way to eat these crisps is with the TJ’s honey chevre cheese and some blueberry jam!

a close up of a handful of the Trader Joe's fig and olive crisps crackers

The only downside about these crackers is that you should be careful while chewing, as I have bit down on a hard piece of leftover olive pit before.

Pretty basic and clean ingredients also, for a non-organic product. Cultured low-fat buttermilk, unbleached wheat flour, cane sugar, figs, kalamata olives, flax seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, baking soda, sea salt.

nutrition facts box label for fig and olive crisps

In-store you can find a 5.3 ounce box for $3.99.

If for whatever reason you cannot find these fig & olive crisps in your local Trader Joe’s store (or don’t live close to one), they often have them from third-parties selling on Amazon.

Though they sell there for a premium price!

bag of fig and olive crisps next to packaging

These are a great starter for finger food appetizers or any dippers. If you are looking for a unique crispy cracker with both savory and sweet flavors, you should give these a try!

a handful of fig and olive crisps laying next to the Trader Joe's packaging

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