The best products to get in the grocery section of Target

Target, or “Tar-jay” as many of us affectionately refer to it, is a great establishment where you can find just about anything you need from household goods, clothes, electronics, and yes – groceries too. You can find some real cool stuff in the grocery department, many of which have become cult favorites. How many of these have you already tried? Take new photos of Athena Target Store

California Roots wine

Who said you have to spend a lot of money on wine in order to find a great bottle? Look for cabernet, red blend, moscato, pinot grigio, or chardonnay for just $5 a pop if you live in a state that allows supermarkets to sell liquor.
California Roots wine

protein powder tone

Tone It Up is an amazing fitness company founded and owned by women that sells their plant-based protein powders exclusively at Target. They come in a variety of flavors ranging from chocolate, vanilla, coconut, peanut butter, and coffee latte. You can get one at your local Target for $24.
protein powder tone

Milk Bar Corn Flakes – Chocolate – Sheep Marshmallow Cookie Mix

These are an absolute favorite at Milk Bar, a bakery in New York City, and now you can get the mixes at Target to recreate these delicious cookies yourself at home. These are absolutes that can’t be missed and can be paired perfectly with a glass of cold milk. Milk Bar Cornflake Chocolate Chip Marshmallow Cookie Mix

hi bro coffee

These cans of the delicious cold brew come in flavors like Black & Bold, Mexican Vanilla, Double Espresso, Salted Caramel, Creamy Cappuccino, and Dark Chocolate Mocha. For anyone who enjoys a kick of caffeine with a strong coffee flavor, these are the cool drinks for you. hi bro coffee

magnolia cookbook

While you can get Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Table Cookbook at other stores, the Target version contains seven additional recipes plus a handwritten note from Joanna herself. Gaines and her husband have a whole line of products called Hearth & Hand available at Target, so be sure to check that out, too. magnolia cookbook

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