What’s In My Grocery Cart

I am sharing my current five favorite items that are in my grocery cart. We usually go to the grocery 1-2 times a week. And when I say go to the grocery store I mean I order our groceries online at home in my pajamas after the kids go to bed and then pick them up the next day never having to leave my car. It is amazing and saves so me time and money because I am not wandering up and down the aisles looking at all the new products and adding things that weren’t on my list into my cart.

Hope you enjoy seeing a few items that make it into our grocery cart each week!

Larabars

We have been eating these for years and I recently discovered this new to me flavor. And it so so tasty. We usually buy our LARABARS at Costco in bulk because it is so much cheaper but when I see a flavor I have yet to try at the grocery store I buy a few bars and the Mint Chip Brownie did not disappoint. Our grocery store only sells individual bars of this flavor but Amazon sells them in 16 count cases. LARABARS have very few ingredients and are made from real whole foods, they are also kosher, dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan. Our kids love them too!

Tessemae’s Green Goddess Dressing

This Green Goddess Dressing is so good! I could easily go through a bottle in a week. It is good for salads and marinading chicken or veggies. It is gluten and dairy free.

Baby Romaine Lettuce

I find it is easier and faster for me to make a salad if I have lettuce readily available and already washed. I could wash it myself but at this point in time I am willing to pay for the added convenience. These little boxes only last us about two days so we usually have 2-3 in our fridge at a time.

Frozen Broccoli

While the bag says you can steam it, I enjoy roasting these in the oven so much better. I will take the frozen veggies out of the bag, run them under warm water to start to defrost them, cover with a light coating of avocado oil and salt and pepper, and pop them in the oven. 25-30 minutes at 425 degrees.

Frozen Cauliflower

Just like the broccoli I prefer roasting these in the oven and will often combine the broccoli and cauliflower together. Again I know I could buy cauliflower and broccoli fresh in the produce section but I am willing to spend the extra to ensure that my food doesn’t go to waste and is one step closer to being finished by having all the washing and chopping done for me.

I would love to know of any item that is always in your grocery cart or a product you think I would love. Share below! I love learning about new to me items!

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