Hi friends! I just got back from my weekly grocery store run and I thought this would be a good time to share with y’all! I frequently get asked about food, health and meal prep. Eating healthy does NOT have to be hard. You just have to set yourself up for success! One of the ways I do this is with weekly meal planning and going to the grocery store once a week. This helps me save time and make sure I’m putting good, quality food into my body as well as my families.
If you missed my post about weekly meal prep, check it out here. I also have a post about my favorite healthy snacks. Linked here!
Below is my detailed grocery list. I broke it into categories to make it easier to navigate. You’ll notice the majority of my time is spent in the produce section. That’s a good sign! If it’s available, I buy organic and local. I’m all about CLEAN eating. Remember, this is my weekly list. Depending on what I’ve decided to make that week, I may have a few additions.
With this list my family of 3 can eat 80% of our meals at home. This is enough for 5 dinners and the majority of our breakfast/lunches. After my grocery list, I’ve shared some meal ideas to make with these items. If there is a recipe associated, I linked it!
Enjoy! Please leave a comment with any questions you have.
spinach, arugula, romaine, 5 lemons, 3 limes, 2 yellow onions, 1 bag of carrots, 2 english cucumbers, 1 red cabbage, 2 red bell peppers, 3 avocados, 1 tub of cherry tomatoes, 1 bag of cauliflower rice, 1 bunch of cilantro, 2 bananas, seasonal fruit: berries, apples or peaches.
1 lb boneless skinless chicken breast, 1 lb ground turkey, 1 lb ground grass fed beef, 1lb fresh fish
almond flour tortillas, oatmeal, sourdough bread, hard taco shells
almond milk, eggs, feta cheese, butter and plain whole greek yogurt
frozen cauliflower crust pizzas, blueberries
Siete grain-free chips, Plank Snacks cassava root chips, Lesser Than Evil popcorn
2 tubs of fresh salsa, olive oil, dijon mustard, ketchup, Siete hot sauce
Avocado Toast & Eggs
Frozen Cauliflower Pizzas
Ground Beef Burgers
Grilled Fish w/ Cauliflower Rice & Salad
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Thank for sharing.
Is there a particular cookbook that you recommend? I love a lot of your recipes and wondered if you had a couple books that you use?
I don’t have a slow cooker now but noticed that you use yours a lot. Probably should buy one!
Thank you so much for sharing this! My grocery list is done for this week 🙂
Of course! xx
Thanks for the inspo! Always love content like this 🙂 Did you have more meats at home already or do you really make chicken tacos and chicken fajita bowls with just 1 lb of chicken breast for you and Luke?!
Of course, Jordan! Those are just ideas using chicken 😉 I typically use 1 lb of chicken per dinner recipe. xx
I love how your list is flexible and you can make different kinds of meals with it. Also, egg bowl in a roll sounds intriguing 🤔. Thanks for the ideas!
Of course! Enjoy!
Feeling like a fatso over here thinking 1 lb of chicken should take me over 2 or more dinners lol
**for my husband and me of course!
This is AMAZING! THANK YOU FOR SHARING💕
Of course, Susan! xx