Is Trader Joe’s Open on Easter This Year?

published Mar 29, 2024
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Easter is approaching on March 31 and like many others around this time, you may be deep in planning a menu full of delicious items to celebrate. Maybe you’re hosting a brunch and making a foolproof quiche that’s sure to please all your guests. Maybe you’re in charge of dinner and are prepping a slow-cooked honey-glazed ham.

Or perhaps you’re planning the decor for an Easter-themed tablescape and need some Trader Joe’s flowers (they always seem to last longer than other grocery store flowers in my opinion) to make this DIY tulip and carrot centerpiece

If you happen to forget an ingredient or have a last-minute change of plans, you’re in luck. While other grocery stores may be closed or operating with limited hours, you can count on Trader Joe’s to be open on Easter. All locations will be operating with regular hours according to a statement on the company’s website. If you want to double-check, feel free to call your local Trader Joe’s.

The brand also recently released some new products for spring that would go perfectly with your Easter celebrations. If you can’t be bothered to cook, snag one of the heavenly mini lemon sheet cakes that have been going viral — that is if there are any left. 

For those that are down to get crafty, there are many creative and easy ways to make an Easter-themed dessert that tastes as good as it looks. If you’re not the biggest baker or just don’t feel like turning on the oven, try this hack and turn a store-bought pound cake into cute individual Easter egg cakes. Or take an angel food cake and make this classic Easter cake decorated with coconut and jelly beans that looks like a bird’s nest. 

At the end of the day, if you decide to scrap the entire menu and turn to one of the infamous frozen meals, we’re not looking. Whatever the case, Trader Joe’s has you covered.