Grocery shopping can be an arduous task; not only can it be quite expensive, but sometimes the selection isn't even fresh. At Trader Joe's, however, you never have to worry about either of those matters. Trader Joe's always has affordable, high-quality foods, including the most important group: dessert. Whenever you end up in this college student haven, you might feel tempted to try ever single dessert available, but if you want to narrow down your bucket list just a tad bit, you've come to the right place. Here are the 10 best Trader Joe's chocolate desserts.

1. Brownie Crisp Coffee Ice Cream Sandwiches

We had to start off the list with a bang. When these ice cream sandwiches first hit the market, the Internet exploded. That's because it's a brilliant hybrid of your morning cup of joe and the edge piece of a fudge brownie. A pack of four of these ice cream sandwiches ring in at just $3.99—a steal.

2. Sublime Ice Cream Sandwiches

The Sublime Ice Cream Sandwiches are a take on the classic ice cream sandwich that will have you saying, "Nestle, who?" Vanilla bean ice cream is encased between two perfectly baked chocolate chip cookies (chewy on the inside and crunchy on the outside) and rolled in mini chocolate chips. What else do you need?

3. Joe-Joe's Truffles

A break from icy treats, Joe-Joe's Truffles are Trader Joe's version of cookie truffles. These bite-sized indulgences are little balls of chocolate vanilla wafers mixed with chocolate, dipped in dark chocolate, and topped with festive sprinkles, making for the perfect treats for any cause or occasion. 

4. Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups

I couldn't write an article about the best chocolate dessert at Trader Joe's without including their Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, which arguably put Reese's to shame. Trader Joe's PB cups are made of high quality ingredients you can taste: the silky, almost fudge-like peanut butter is covered with semi-sweet chocolate, making for a not-too-sweet treat that can't compare to other peanut butter cups out on the market.

#SpoonTip: Pop a couple of cups in the fridge for an hour before eating them. They become even more addicting when they're cold!

5. Jingle Jangle Ice Cream

"Riverdale" was the breakout show of the year, and coincidentally, the gang's drug of choice shares a name with Trader Joe's highly addictive ice cream. Jingle Jangle ice cream is packed with all things good in this world: peanut butter cups, pretzels, and chocolate candies. This might be a seasonal treat, but I have a feeling that because of how popular and delicious this ice cream flavor is, Trader Joe's is going to have to start selling this pint year-round.

6. Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie

Another viral Trader Joe's product, this skillet cookie weighs in at a hefty 1 pound and can serve up to 10 people. Although, considering that it is essentially your own pizookie, I highly doubt that you'll want to share this beautiful disaster. Trust me when I say that this is a game-changer. I mean, where else can you get a microwavable deep dish cookie?

7. Hold the Cone!

If you're looking for a small treat to satisfy your late-night sweet tooth, these bite-sized ice cream cones will do the trick. Reminiscent of the classic Drumstick, Hold the Cone! brings your childhood favorite back in a small version so you won't crash from the sugar high. It's just the right amount of ice cream and buttery cone.

8. Chocolate Almond Butter Tarte

The most unique of all the chocolate desserts, this decadent tarte combines dark chocolate with almond butter for a little slice of heaven for your 4 pm tea or after-dinner munchies. Even the flaky trust is made out of cocoa powder, so there's definitely no lack of chocolate in this dessert.

9. Chocolate Filled Crepes

You don't have to spend $30 for a fancy Sunday morning brunch. For just $2.69, you've got seven crepes overflowing with chocolate, which you can serve on its own, with powdered sugar, or even a scoop of ice cream. Regardless, your guests will be impressed by the seemingly high-effort dish that actually just required a little bit of time in the microwave.

10. Salted Caramel Hot Cocoa

For my friends who prefer to drink their desserts rather than chew them, here's a chocolate dessert for you. Trader Joe's salted caramel hot cocoa rivals Starbucks' with a rich caramel flavor and a sprinkling of salt to enhance the flavor. Plus, because it's a mix, you can choose the liquid of your choice to make your hot cocoa, whether it be water, milk, or non-dairy milk to meet your dietary needs and preferred consistency.

Did you really need an excuse to buy some yummy chocolate treats at Trader Joe's? No. But do you now have a definitive list of all the products you have to try out the next time you're at the happiest place on earth? Yes. You're welcome.