Trader Joe’s Organic Veggie Bites Reviews

(12 customer reviews)

Bite-sized tots with organic vegetables and sunflower seeds.

180 calories per serving, and four servings per bag.

Ingredients: Organic vegetables (carrots, celery, onions, sweet potatoes, kale, broccoli, tomatoes in tomato juice), organic brown rice flour (organic brown rice and organic rice bran), organic sunflower seeds, organic soybean oil, contains 2% or less of organic oats, organic cornstarch, sea salt, and organic black pepper.

Contains soy.

12 reviews for Trader Joe’s Organic Veggie Bites Reviews

  1. Bridgit Lawhead

    Easily the most disgusting tasting thing i’ve ever had. Like literally spit it out, I couldn’t even swallow it. It has this nasty after taste in your mouth. Do yourself a favor and skip this one next time you’re at TJ’s

  2. Kim Pfoser

    I first baked these bites, per the instructions. The taste is bland and the bites need a dip of some sort; even tater tots need ketchup or bleu cheese or something! But, I found the best use for these – drop them into your homemade soup toward the end of cooking! They add bulk (the brown rice and rice bran help) that is good for you! I’ll continue to purchase these this winter; a good addition to my homemade soups!

  3. Sierra

    I am not sure what their deal is above^. However I have been plant based for 12 years and these were so good, I put them in the air fryer and had them with primal kitchen ketchup and they were amazing!!I thought they tasted fresh, you can see the vegetables in them and they almost had a garlic flavor that was soooo good! I just found these and am obsessed.

  4. Wes

    I agree with the above comment from Sierra. I’ve eaten many different types of vegan nuggets over the years, and I thought these were actually really good! They remind me of a similar one that Costco sells (or used to sell). I like to eat them with rice and Trader Joe’s new chili sesame oil, but even if I don’t use a sauce, they still taste good. Also a nice texture and they hold together well. I put them in the toaster oven for 10 minutes at 425 and they get really crispy on the outside and still stay tender on the inside.

  5. Kathleen

    These are okay, but the celery flavor is too prominent. I ate them with some vegan sriracha mayo, which helped. The sunflower seeds are a good touch, but I probably won’t get them again.

  6. Megan R.

    Yes! These are the perfect grab and go. They taste just like the Don Lee Farm’s veggie bites at Costco!

  7. Rae

    These are amazing. The ingredient list is healthy. If you are expecting something exactly like a tater tot then you’ll be disappointed because it has sunflower seeds. I stock up on these. Just pop them in the over for 15-20 minutes. I eat them plain, with coconut aminos, with nutritional yeast, with salsa verde, with coconut curry sauce, with vegan mayo… basically it’s like green eggs and ham. Try it you might like it and you’ll eat it a dozen different ways. A great option if you have kids and you want them to eat their veggies or if you’re adult who wants to cut down on potatoes and other high carb sides.
    They do sell out quickly so I think they must be doing something right.

  8. Amber

    I enjoyed these, but probably not enough to buy them frequently. They are kind of like a cross between a tater tot and a veggie burger if that makes sense. The ingredients are pretty clean and I like that there’s no added sugar. The taste is okay, kind of bland. I dipped them in the Trader Joe’s organic ranch and they were quite enjoyable that way. I will say the air fryer instructions on the bag are way off. When I air fried them at 390, the suggested 3-4 minutes was not nearly enough. The insides were still cold and I had to leave them in for about 8 minutes and then they were perfect – hot and fluffy on the inside, crispy on the outside. I did like the texture a lot. The subtle crunch from the sunflower seeds is nice. I think these might work to get picky kids to eat some veggies! I bet kids would really enjoy them, especially with ketchup or ranch. Just call them tater tots! Haha

  9. Anonymous

    Excellent and convenient

  10. Emma

    LOVE that these are vegan and gluten free. I’m vegetarian but trying to cut back on dairy and these are a perfect side or snack. The extra crunch from the sunflower seeds differentiates these from other tots in a really good way. I ate them w/o sauce but will def be trying with ketchup or maybe pesto!

  11. Mai

    I like them. I went rogue and microwaved some. Made eight. One minute flip, another minute. Didn’t use dipping sauce and felt satisfied.

  12. Anonymous

    These are so good! I had them at work so had to use the microwave but they held up well – dipped in some ranch! DELICIOUS

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