What’s On My Grocery List @ Costco

 

When eating a well-formulated Ketogenic Diet (high in good fat, moderate in protein, low in carbohydrate) after years of eating the SAD (Standard American Diet) there is an adjustment period where you end up having to overhaul your entire kitchen pantry and grocery shopping list.

Since both of my parents have been Type 2 Diabetics for decades, I’ve come to have an understanding of what foods were high-glycemic and less favorable versus low-glycemic foods that were more favorable for a Type 2 Diabetic to consume.

I am super frugal and believe that quality is value. Costco intersects where quality and frugality intersect. I’ve noticed an influx of keto friendly items being added to the Costco roster and have been super happy to benefit from the evolution.

Here’s my go-to Costco list:

  • Almond Flour

  • Avocado Oil

  • Avocado Oil Cooking Spray

  • Olive Oil

  • Himalayan Pink Salt

  • Cacao*

  • Matcha Tea Powder

  • Salted Nut Mix

  • Salad Mix

  • Avocados*

  • Peppers*

  • Onions*

  • Brussels Sprouts*

  • Celery*

  • Raspberries*

  • Blackberries*

  • Strawberries*

  • Cheese Whisps/Moon Cheese

  • Kerrygold Irish Butter

  • MCT Oil

  • Coconut Oil*

  • Coffee Beans*

  • Eggs*

  • Milk*

  • Heavy Whipping Cream*

  • Philadelphia Cream Cheese

  • Tapas Spanish Cheeses

  • Olives

  • Tillamook Cheddar

  • Low Moisture Mozzarella Cheese

  • Frozen Riced Cauliflower*

  • Sardines

  • Wild Smoked Salmon

  • Bacon

  • Sausage

  • Turkey Deli Meat

  • Rotisserie Chicken

*I choose organic whenever it is an option

 

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