Trader Joe’s Just Brought Back the Item Fans Want to 'Fill Their Fridges' With

Better get it while you can!

<p>Dotdash Meredith / Janet Maples</p>

Dotdash Meredith / Janet Maples

We can't contain our excitement when Trader Joe's brings its beloved items back from the discontinued abyss. Just this week, the grocery store brought back its "best ever" snack for popcorn lovers, and last month, we raced over to the store to enjoy the return of those chocolate mousse eggs.

Now, there is another popular comeback that will make a lot of cheese lovers very, very happy.

Trader Joe's recently brought back its fan-favorite Garlic Bread Cheese for a limited time, and everyone is ready for it.

The online community has been waiting for this day for a few months. On a Reddit thread, many wondered if it was discontinued and were hopeful it would return. One commenter said it was "starting to arrive at stores," and someone else added, "I'm filling my f***ing fridge with it when it comes back."

If you haven't had this well-sought-after Garlic Bread Cheese, allow us to introduce you to your next TJ's obsession. It's not bread; it is a mild cheese seasoned with garlic and baked to perfection.

<p>Trader Joe's</p>

Trader Joe's

According to the grocer's website, it's "crafted for us by master cheesemakers in Wisconsin, who take blocks of rich, thick, cow's milk cheese, cover them in garlic powder, then bake them to a beautifully golden-brown hue."

This Garlic Bread Cheese may have the consistency of something carby but doesn't include gluten or wheat. The website explains that the texture is much like you'd find with Halloumi. Similar to that popular cheese, bread cheese should also be served warm so you get it at its absolute gooiest, paired with some marinara sauce for dipping. Yum.

Trader Joe's Garlic Bread Cheese is available at participating locations for $4.29 per 6-ounce block, but only for a limited time. If you want to try it (or stock up), head to your store as soon as possible.

Read the original article on All Recipes.