Now that you've secured your Trader Joe's mini tote bag, it's time to fill it up with some seasonal spring items. Of course, brand-new products are in stock such as the Milk Chocolate Covered Honeycomb Candy and Brown Sugar Boba Mochi, but there are many recurring faves to grab ASAP. While many TJ's stans look forward to Pumpkin Palooza in the fall and the holiday season with its wintry delights, Trader Joe's spring items are also divine. After all, who doesn't love ube-flavored everything? Here are the best Trader Joe's spring items you can get right now that won't be around for long. 

1. Mini Chocolate Mousse Flowers

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Not only are these flowers absolutely adorable for a brunch, tea party, or late-night snack, they are filled with this most delightful chocolate cake and mousse to satisfy any sweet tooth. I love every seasonal mini cake from the bakery, but there's something extra adorable about these floral shapes. On r/traderjoes, fans of the treat suggest freezing them, as many believe they taste better when cold. 

2. Ube Mochi Pancake & Waffle Mix

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Spring marks ube season at Trader Joe's. From ube cookies all the way to coated pretzels, you can't go wrong with the subtly sweet purple yam flavor. My personal favorite is the ube mochi pancake and waffle mix, as it creates a slightly chewier and sweeter texture than your traditional Bisquick mix. Plus, it's gluten-free, tastes great with maple syrup and jam, and is tinged purple. What else could you ask for on your breakfast plate? 

3. Banana Pudding Ice Cream

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Fans have waited all year for the return of Trader Joe's Banana Pudding ice cream, and for good reason. This thrilling fruity treat goes above and beyond typical strawberry options. Here, you get wafer cookie pieces and caramel ribbons—an ice cream well above the rest. Plus, if you're a caramel fan, Dulce de Leche is in stock, too. 

4. Pinks & Whites 

It's picnic season, and I am utterly obsessed with bringing these cookies to every outdoor friend gathering. They are so nostalgic, reminding everyone of frosted animal crackers

5. Lemon Mini Sheet Cake

There's a reason this mini lemon sheet cake is going viral right now. It screams spring with its citrus flavors and thick layer of sweet cream cheese frosting. This is perfect for splitting with a friend over a bottle of Trader Joe's wine. If you do like to bake, you can also pick up TJ's Meyer Lemon cake mix, which is just as delicious. 

6. Spring Gummies

Once the Valentine's Day-themed Gummy X's and O's leave the shelves, the Trader Joe's Spring Gummies arrive in flower and butterfly shapes. These are ideal for any Easter basket, picnic, or car trip snack

7. Cinnamon Bun-Inspired Joe-Joe's

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Some may consider cinnamon to be the warm spice associated with the holiday season. Nay—Cinnamon Bun-Inspired Joe-Joe's are a sign of spring at Trader Joe's. One Reddit user says these are best when dipped in coffee. I totally agree!

8. Springle Jangle

If you're obsessed with the holiday Jingle Jangle, you are bound to love its Springle Jangle counterpart. (Some believe the spring option is better... I am one of those people.) The yogurt-covered pretzels and broken pieces of dark chocolate Joe-Joes cookie bark are my favorite parts of the mix. Plus, you can level up your Springle Jangle just like @eatswithevad did. 

9. Hold The Cone Coffee Bean

Yes, Hold The Cone Coffee Bean ice cream is seasonal, and it is worth the wait. Frankly, it should be a year-round staple, but the sweet coffee ice cream is a welcome friend when the seasons change. 

10. Sweet Corn, Burrata & Basil Ravioli

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Of course, with all these spring sweets, there have to be a few seasonal savory entrees that are worth the wait as well. This ravioli pack is a shopping cart necessity. You should def try these with TikTok user @grilledcheesesocial's lemon basil cream sauce