Trader Joe’s Organic Watermelon Fruit Spread is Here

Hip2Save may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. Read our full disclosure policy here.

More Trader Joe's

watermelon fruit spread on counter next to bread

Trader Joe’s is giving traditional jelly a run for its money!

If you’re looking for a new summer-y way to spice up your morning toast, Trader Joe’s new all-natural Watermelon fruit spread is the answer!

This organic fruit spread tastes just like the real melon- because it practically is! With 100% natural watermelon puree making up over 60% of the ingredients, along with a touch of cane sugar, fruit pectin, and a touch of cherry juice; you can enjoy summer’s #1 flavor on just about anything.

Top a simple piece of toast, a bowl of cottage cheese or yogurt, even a cheesecake guilt-free, with this refreshingly sweet spread! Can your old jellies/ jams do that?

watermelon fruit spread on shelf at trader joes

Here’s what Stetson has to say about this yummy fruit spread…

“I am a fan of most spreads and this is no different. In my opinion, it tastes like a watermelon jolly rancher but not as sweet. Perfect amount of sweetness. If you like watermelon in general like I do, then you’ll love this. Perfect to put on toast or any other item you like!” 

If you’re looking to score the tastiest fruit spread around, you can snag these 10oz jars for just $2.69 during your next essentials run to TJ’s. You might want to snag a couple of jars though as these tasty treats are only available while supplies last!

This bread recipe could pair perfectly with your new fruit spread!

Join The Discussion

Comments 16

  1. marykatz

    This is yummy great with peanut butter …

  2. Tasha Barrientos

    Can someone advise how many grams of carbs and sugar are in this? TIA!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Tasha! I did find this – “Total Carbohydrate 8g , Total Sugars 8g—Includes 7g Added Sugars”. You can find all of the nutritional values through the link above when you click on “Nutrition Facts”. Hope this helps!

  3. Allison

    Anyone know what TJs rules are? Mask? Can kids come?

    • krauzli

      My local TJ was requiring masks and limiting the number of shoppers inside (there was a line outside). Not sure on kids though because I didn’t see any, sorry!

    • chenga57

      At my TJs there were kids, but most people came alone or with one other person. Masks required, no reusable bags allowed, but they will provide free paper bags. They limit the amount of people, it was a good amount. I didn’t feel crowded and didn’t feel like I had “dodge” people when shopping. Barely waited to checkout and someone was sanitizing the carts

  4. KB

    We just made an essentials run to our closest TJs, (over an hour away) so I had to take my son with me. We stock up every few months because nothing beats their frozen/pantry goods. We knew it might be a gamble with inventory, wait times, etc. when we showed up, there was a line of about 10 people ahead of us. We waited for less than 5 mins before we got in and to our surprise, things were better stocked than any of our local grocery stores have ever been during all of this. We were greeted with a sanitized cart and a clean store inside (very low traffic inside as well). My son is 7 and there was no issue with him being there. We both brought our masks which I recommend because they do have signage encouraging it and we didn’t see a single person there without one on. In and out thru checkout too! TJs, you never disappoint! 🙂 I would consider making that a weekly run if I had to compared to my shopping experiences locally (usually Click List services, which require at least 10 substitutions before we pick it up)

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh my gosh! That is so nice to read! I’m glad it went so well for you, KB!

    • Julie

      How is it that Trader Joes can get through a line of 5 people in the same time it takes Walmart to finish one customer? I love how quick they are! My only gripe is that they have something new like this watermelon spread and then they never have it again. They had Sugar Plum Fairy fruit spread during the holidays of 2018 and it was delicious. Never saw it again.

  5. patricia

    I live the watermelon spread with ricotta on bread for breakfast. Sooooo good 😋😋😋

  6. nita

    Oh man I passed this up last time, might have to get it. I don’t know how they come up with these things 🤔

  7. Lase

    Sugar is always the killer with Trader Joe’s

  8. Debra

    It sounds weird, yet good, lol.

  9. brindhaG

    Just bought it today…cant wait to taste. Masks are not compulsory for customers only employees. Very well stocked! Love TJ’s…

  10. Suzanne

    Our Trader Joe’s (in Connecticut) requires masks for anyone in the store, and only one person per family is supposed to be shopping (although single parents would of course be able to bring their children.). I waited on line for a bit the other day. They had tape on the ground separating everyone by six feet. They were only allowing a certain number of shoppers into the store at a time, and when it was your turn to go into the store, an employee sprayed and wiped down a cart and gave it to you. You were not allowed to bring reusable shopping bags into the store, and they were supplying paper bags for free. There were one way arrows on the floor for each aisle. They had every other register open, and more tape lines on the floor to keep everyone six feet apart while waiting in line.
    And my kids loved this watermelon spread!
    You should also try the Purple Ube Ice Cream!

  11. NikkiLLM5

    We don’t have a Trader Joe’s in northeast MS! 😫😫😫 I love everything watermelon! I wish I could order it online.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

It's not your Grandma's coupon site!

Sign up for a Hip2Save account (it's free) to access all of the awesome features!

Forgot Password?

Don't have an account? Register

Forgot Password

Don't have an account? Register

Already have an account? Login

Thank you for rating!

Would you also like to leave us a comment?