Post Your Grocery List

Making a grocery trip today! I would like to buy mainly fruits and vegetables. Are there any superfoods or recipes you absolutely love right now? I love trying new things...and staying within my budget, Lol I'm in the process of making my list--will post soon! ~Passion
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  • Orphia
    Orphia Posts: 7,097 Member
    Here is a good article and list of Superfoods you should look into. It's my goto when shopping.

    https://www.aworkoutroutine.com/superfoods/

    I second this list.
  • Falklang
    Falklang Posts: 220 Member
    Here is a good article and list of Superfoods you should look into. It's my goto when shopping.

    https://www.aworkoutroutine.com/superfoods/

    This is great haha! :D
  • kommodevaran
    kommodevaran Posts: 17,890 Member
    Here is a good article and list of Superfoods you should look into. It's my goto when shopping.

    https://www.aworkoutroutine.com/superfoods/
    First I was like "Grrr", then I read it and now I'm like "I love you" :D
  • Styggian
    Styggian Posts: 465 Member
    Here is a good article and list of Superfoods you should look into. It's my goto when shopping.

    https://www.aworkoutroutine.com/superfoods/

    Surprisingly a very insightful article, thanks for sharing :)
  • Tacklewasher
    Tacklewasher Posts: 7,122 Member
    Here is a good article and list of Superfoods you should look into. It's my goto when shopping.

    https://www.aworkoutroutine.com/superfoods/
    First I was like "Grrr", then I read it and now I'm like "I love you" :D

    My work here is done.

    :flowerforyou:
  • alicia163425
    alicia163425 Posts: 80 Member
    @Tacklewasher that list was so helpful :D
  • maryjennifer
    maryjennifer Posts: 124 Member
  • NewTnme
    NewTnme Posts: 258 Member
    Eggs chicken almond milk Cheerios bacon sausage onions garlic peppers spinach ground beef 8020 chicken breast whole chicken chicken thighs ground turkey olive oil olive oil mayo strawberries mixed berries frozen berries whole wheat bread halo top Atkins bars for snacks pork rinds tuna salmon asparagus broccoli Cauliflower cabbage brussels sprouts once in a while Ill get Greek yogurt shop cheddar cheese shredded Colby cheese mozzarella cheese 50-50 green salad thousand Island salad dressing lol And the list goes on
  • Lounmoun
    Lounmoun Posts: 8,426 Member
    I don't eat a special diet. I shop for 3 people. Our house was not bare of food but we bought stuff today.

    Vegetables bought today-
    Onions
    Green pepper
    Red pepper
    Cucumber
    Carrots
    Zucchini
    Potatoes
    Salad mix
    Spinach
    Frozen stir fry vegetable mix
    Canned tomato

    Fruits bought today-
    Bananas
    Apples
    Oranges
    Peach applesauce

    Meat bought today
    Chicken breast
    Chicken thighs
    Ground beef
    Deli sliced turkey
    Bratwurst

    Dairy bought today-
    Milk
    Cheddar cheese block
    Colby jack cheese slices and sticks

    Also bought-
    Eggs
    Paprika
    Spaghetti sauce
    Tuna in pouch
    Canned ravioli
    Bread
    Couple of frozen meals
    Chips
    Flour
    7up
    Juice pouches
    Mushrooms


    That is what I remember. I won't eat all of these things personally.
  • AmandaDanceMore
    AmandaDanceMore Posts: 298 Member
    Vegan, so take or leave what I offer up.

    Most of my groceries are either produce or frozen veggies. Typical buys in produce are cucumbers, peppers, celery, carrots, onions, spinach and/or kale, potatoes (white and sweet), some kind of citrus, bananas, maybe some berries: I’m picky about quality of fruit, I particular, and some normal stuff I can’t eat, so I tend to go the same old stand bys until I can buy from local farms. I may grab an avocado or two and sometimes I buy tomatoes, but usually regret it unless they are local and in season. Depending on what I’m in the mood for, I may grab squash, Brussel sprouts (have some right now I need to roast up), or whatever seems interesting.

    Frozen stuff is all sorts of things. Always peas (peas are life), and usually frozen berries for smoothies.

    I also get pasta, rice, quinoa, occasionally couscous. Depending on the store I may swing through the bulk section for seeds and nuts. I will grab a couple of cans of Amy’s soup if I’m feeling lazy, usually some olives. Usually a pack or two of tofu and maybe some seitan or seitan based products. ALWAYS hummus and peanut butter. Depending on my current eating pattern and where I’m shopping, I may grab some vegan junk or vegan cheese (Follow Your Heart is AMAZING! And a girl may not want to kill critters, but she still occasionally needs a grilled cheese!). Depending on the store, a vegan cookie or donut from the bakery as a way of congratulating myself for going to the store (I hate shopping).

    Always look forward to growing season so I can buy more local and fresh stuff. Nothing like in season tomatoes, berries, and melons!
  • seltzermint555
    seltzermint555 Posts: 10,742 Member
    Today at three stores, purchased these groceries:

    Natural Grocers
    avocado
    oranges
    extra firm tofu
    bok choy
    hibiscus tea
    TVP
    chopped fig pieces

    Aldi
    eggs
    unsweetened original almond milk
    frozen multigrain waffles
    carrots
    cucumbers

    Local grocery store
    baking potatoes
    sweet potato
    2 types of mushrooms
    lettuce
    chopped salad mix (on sale)
    cabbage
    Vidalia onion
    green onion
    whole garlic
    whole pineapple
    apples
    bananas
    pecans
    salsa verde
    Cary's sugar free syrup
    Greek yogurt
    shredded cheddar cheese
    wheat rotini
    canned low sodium tomato sauce
    dried black beans
    dried split peas
    frozen broccoli
    frozen cauliflower
    frozen peas

  • lolothedragon
    lolothedragon Posts: 39 Member
    Mine is pretty basic and I plan our menus a week at a time. There a few things I make a lot, but we to change it up to keep things balanced and interesting. I always keep these thins on hand:

    Brown rice
    frozen mixed veggies
    cauliflower rice
    Broccoli
    Bananas
    Oats
    Peanutbutter
    whole grain bread
    zuchinni
    ground turkey
    chicken breast
    chicken drumsticks
    turkey sausage
    black beans
    corn
    coffee
    english muffins
    almond milk
    eggs
    salsa
    sweet potatoes
    various cheeses

    The list changes from week to week, but those are almost always in the house. I find I can mix and match to make lots of quick easy, meals. I make often throw chicken breast in the crock pot with salsa and shred it. We also do whole chicken breast or ground turkey patties on our george foreman a lot. A protein with a side of veggies and a carb is an easy meal. We're also big fans of chili and rice stir fry.

    For breakfast and lunch we either eat left overs or mix and match from the ingredients above.
  • AngryViking1970
    AngryViking1970 Posts: 2,847 Member
    My total grocery list is vast, but as far as fruits and veg I typically have these on my list:

    - baby carrots
    - apples
    - romaine
    - kale
    - bags of frozen fruit; my husband likes smoothies and my son just eats them for snacks. It's usually mixed berries but lately I've been buying frozen peaches because *I* like them. You can get them at Dollar Tree, too.
    - cabbage
    - celery
    - seasonal produce of my choice

    I don't pretend that these are "superfoods". I buy them because we like them.
  • Tacklewasher
    Tacklewasher Posts: 7,122 Member
    My total grocery list is vast, but as far as fruits and veg I typically have these on my list:

    - baby carrots
    - apples
    - romaine
    - kale
    - bags of frozen fruit; my husband likes smoothies and my son just eats them for snacks. It's usually mixed berries but lately I've been buying frozen peaches because *I* like them. You can get them at Dollar Tree, too.
    - cabbage
    - celery
    - seasonal produce of my choice

    I don't pretend that these are "superfoods". I buy them because we like them.

    Outside of the Kale and cabbage (although I do bags of coleslaw), list looks good to me as well. Add Snap peas and bananas to it and it could be mine.

  • Momepro
    Momepro Posts: 1,509 Member
    edited March 2018
    Something important like shampoo, something for dinner and bread
    Other important things I see while I'm there,
    Milk, soap, salad fixings, disposable silverware, papertowels.
    Random stuff that I reslly don't need.
    Forget the shampoo, and probably the bread.
  • holytricoli
    holytricoli Posts: 36 Member
    edited March 2018
    Here are the items I like to have on hand at the house:

    Fresh Fruit-
    Bananas
    Apples
    Strawberries & other berries
    Green Grapes
    Seasonal fruit on sale

    (I rarely buy canned fruits or apple sauce, most are loaded with sugar.)

    Veggies-
    Spinach
    Broccoli & Cauliflower
    Asparagus
    Carrots (not baby carrots, they are typically bleached of their nutritional value, look it up!)
    Onion
    Avocados & Tomatoes (technically fruit, I know!)
    Green beans (fresh or canned)

    Grains-
    Brown rice
    Whole wheat tortillas
    Whole wheat sandwich thins or bread (at least 3g fiber)

    Protein-
    Chicken
    Ground turkey
    Turkey sausage
    Pork loin
    Canned or dried beans, low sodium

    (Every now and then I buy beef, but if it's ground I stick with turkey)

    Fats-
    Peanut butter
    Cheese sticks (portion control!)
    Trail mix, peanuts, cashews
    If I buy a treat, it's small. I try not to keep treats at home or I will be sure to eat them all! :)

    I hope this is helpful! Good luck!