You asked for, so here it is: my weekly shopping list!
This is a list of what I get for my fam every. single. week. Granted, sometimes we run out of staples (like GF flour, nuts, etc.) and have to restock, but these items are my weekly must-haves.
Organic Girl spinach
Organic Girl romaine lettuce
Driscoll’s organic strawberries (if they’re in season)
blueberries + raspberries
organic grapes (if in season)
organic apples (small)
Perdue extra lean ground chicken
Publix green wise 93/7 ground turkey
Publix green wise (or Springer Mountain) chicken breasts or tenderloins
Boarshead oven gold turkey breast deli meat (no nitrates or preservatives - and lower sodium!)
some sort of fish (I alternate between salmon, shrimp, and cod)
Nellie’s pasture-raised eggs
Siggi’s 0% vanilla yogurt (for B and the kids)
Kitehill (plain) almond milk yogurt
Sargento or Applegate sliced cheese (for B and the kids - whichever is on sale)
Califia Farms unsweetened almond milk creamer and toasted coconut milk
Almond Breeze unsweetened almond milk
Annie’s granola bars
Back to Nature baked wheat crackers (again, B and the kids)
Luna bars (B)
Rx Bar Kids
Back to Nature chocolate or PB cookies (for the kids’ “dessert”)
some sort of healthy chips (kettlecooked in avocado oil, sweet potato chips, Late July tortilla chips, or something like this)
Skinny Pop cinnamon rice cake minis
Lundberg brown rice cake thins (for topping with nut butter, fruit, etc.)
Kashi gluten-free/vegan cinnamon waffles
Lundberg sprouted brown rice OR organic jasmine rice (I alternate between the two)
Publix greenwise canned beans (unless I make fresh ones that week)
Annie’s Mac n’ cheese
Banza chickpea pasta (I love adding marinara sauce, pesto, or even just a drizzle of avocado oil)
Zevia stevia-sweetened drinks (we’re all obsessed with them!)
no-sugar-added apple juice (no from concentrate - which I add to a cup with mostly water for the kiddos)
That pretty much sums it up! I use a lot of my the pantry staples I mentioned before (nuts, gluten-free flours, protein powder, Enjoy Life chocolate chips, hemp seeds, etc.) throughout the week and then restock those as needed.
Since I get asked this a lot (and I’m an open book), I’ll tell you we usually spend about $150 per week on groceries (for all four of us). That’s not including any “staples” we need to restock. But again, we don’t do that but every few weeks and I don’t generally buy them all at once to space the extra expenses out.
Let me know if you have any questions about any of these products, how I choose certain items, and where you can find them (some are linked above)!