I’ve had many people ask for a Keto Grocery List. At first, I was hesitant because I am a picky eater and tend to stick to the same foods over and over. I know that most people eat a larger variety of foods than I do. At the same time, when I was researching Keto Grocery Lists so many were very overwhelming and included so many foods that even after almost a year of following a Keto Diet I have never seen listed in any recipes. I created a basic Keto Grocery List as a helpful resource since my goal is to make following a Keto Diet simple. Even so, you won’t need everything on this list. It will just be a helpful guide when you are at the grocery store. In fact, I would suggest creating a meal plan and shopping weekly for those foods that you know you will be eating so that you aren’t wasting a ton of food and money. If you aren’t familiar with meal planning, check out my 5 Easy Steps to Meal Planning for simple steps to get started. In fact, I would go through this list and immediately eliminate any foods that I already have on hand as well as items that I don’t love. You also don’t need to stock every single kind of nut butter, sweeteners, etc. Instead, pick the ones that you like the most and stock those. Then, you can build your keto pantry over time.
In case you were wondering, there are several different sweeteners on the list. I personally use Swerve Granulated, Swerve Confectioners, and Monk Fruit. Xanthan Gum is a thickening agent used in many soups and sauces. I have only used coconut flour in all of my recipes due to my daughter’s almond allergy.
You can access all of my Keto/Low Carb Recipes in my Keto/Low Carb Recipe Index or follow me on Pinterest for fabulous Keto/Low Carb Recipe Ideas. If you are just getting started following a keto diet and would like more information, there are tons of fantastic resources. Amazon has several great books you may want to check out here.
If you are looking for ways to save money on your groceries. Check out these 10 easy tips for eating Keto on a budget.