The Ultimate Keto Grocery List

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Are you ready to have a Super Stocked Pantry of Keto Foods? This is the “Mega List” of grocery items you will use to help you be successful while eating Keto.

Links have been provided for as many grocery list items as possible. You can choose to purchase directly from the link or shop around. We have found that price can vary on many items and some of them can be found in your own local grocery stores. Wherever you pick up your pantry items, the links should allow you to go directly to the item and understand exactly what we are talking about.

Pantry List:

  • Eggs
  • Heavy Cream
  • Berries (Unsweetened Frozen is nice since you use so little at a time)
  • Butter
  • Almond Flour (Blanched)
  • Coconut Flour
  • Golden Flax Seed (To keep this from going rancid, buy whole Seeds, then grind them with a clean coffee grinder when you need them)
  • Whole psyllium Husk
  • Xantham Gum
  • Alternative Sweetener (I like Swerve, which is a Sugar alcohol or also called Erythitol. Get both Confectioners and Granular. Another Erythitol brand is Sukrin, which has a good Brown Sugar alternative. I also use Monk Fruit and Stevia liquids, which both are derived from Plants. The Monk fruit is a more mild sweetness, while Stevia can turn bitter if you use too much,  so I only use the flavored ones so I don’t have to use so much.)
  • Lillys Chocolate Chips
  • Sour Cream (Full fat)
  • Baking Powder
  • Flavorless Gelatin
  • Sugar Free Maple Syrup (I like Maple Grove Farm brand, but Lakanto puts out a MonkFruit Sweetner)
  • MEAT (Chicken, Beef, Pork, Fish, bacon, sausage, etc. Try to avoid deli meats because cornstarch and/or sugar is generally added)
  • Sugar free Dressing (Walden Farms puts out a decent one….you can also have full fat Ranch)
  • Sugar Free Pudding (These will add some flavor to some whipped cream for days you need some extra fat)
  • Sugar Free Jello (Eating jello will help you get through if you have eaten all your fat, protein, or carbs for the day)
  • Ghee Butter (This is clarified butter and has a higher frying smoke point than regular butter)
  • Himalayan Sea Salt (This salt has minerals that you need)
  • Zip Fizz (I find that drinking this helps give back the vitamins and minerals I don’t get, from cutting out fruit, but a multivitamin supplement can be taken as well)
  • Sugar free peanut or almond butter (Get small containers because you should only eat very little and it can go rancid quickly. I try to stay away from a lot of peanut butter since it is technically a legume)
  • Sugar free jam (Smuckers has a strawberry and raspberry and their Orange Marmalade will come in handy for recipes, like Orange chicken)
  • Refined Coconut Oil (The refined coconut oil works well for recipes and frying, without the coconut aftertaste)
  • Cream Cheese
  • CHEESE (Mozzarella Cheese and Cheddar cheese are used in a lot of recipes, but having any flavor cheese, including cheese sticks, on hand is nice for snacking)
  • VEGGIES (Cabbage, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Zucchini, Cucumbers, Spinach, Mini Peppers, Turnips, or Radishes. Fresh is nice, but keep some frozen, so it’s readily available)
  • Pickles (Dill or Sweet…it’s a nice go to snack)
  • Sugar Free Water flavors (I like MIO brand. This will help break up the monotonous of water, while keeping up your water intake)
  • Chicken and Beef Broth (This is necessary for the first couple of weeks, getting into ketosis, but also good to keep on hand for recipes and days you need a filler) (If you have a Costco membership, their deli rotisserie chicken makes a very yummy chicken broth and Costco doesn’t inject sugar into their chickens like a lot of other places!)
  • Canned Tomatoes (All spaghetti sauce has added sugar, except for Rao’s brand, but it is pricey, so have tomatoes on hand to make your own Marinara sauce)

There is always more you can add to your pantry. As we remember items or find new items that can help, we will add to this list. If you see anything missing that you use for your Keto eating, please let us know so we can add it in!

 

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