Trying something new? Keto-friendly eating is all about getting creative, experimenting and finding what works best for you. These smart shopping hacks will help streamline your trip and guide you toward new foods to make keto-friendly eating even more delicious.
Build sandwiches with veggies.
Keto-friendly eating means finding a new way to serve up sandwiches and burgers. Lettuce leaves, collard greens, bell peppers and cucumbers are great go-tos for holding sandwich fillings. Keep an eye out for other veggies in our Produce department that can be wrapped or sandwiched — you might discover a new favorite.
Look for paleo-friendly labels.
With paleo-friendly eating focusing on meats and seafood, fruits, veggies, nuts and seeds, it can sometimes overlap with a keto-friendly diet. Searching for products that are labeled paleo-friendly may be a great shortcut to finding new keto favorites. Just make sure to check out nutrition labels to make sure they work for you.
Our butchers can save you time.
Get more out of the Meat department. With plenty of marinades and seasonings behind the counter, you can ask for your meat and poultry to be seasoned for you. (Just let them know if you’re avoiding sugar.) If you’re on the fence about cooking something new, our meat cutters and butchers can give you all kinds of insider tips and tricks for cooking new-to-you cuts.
Adding a rotisserie chicken is always smart.
Rotisserie chicken from the Prepared Foods department is not only a shortcut in the kitchen for last-minute meals, it’s handy for meal prep too. Shred the meat, then portion and freeze for future meals. Even the leftover bones are useful. Store them with veggie scraps in the freezer to make your own bone broth later.
Say yes to cauliflower.
Our stores carry far more cauliflower options opens in a new tab than you might realize. The mild flavor and hearty texture of cauliflower makes it one of the most versatile vegetables. Think keto-friendly pizza crust, creamy mashed cauliflower, nutty roasted cauliflower and cauliflower fried rice. For extra time savings, look for pre-riced cauliflower in the Produce department or heat-and-eat riced cauliflower blends and cauliflower sandwich thins in the freezer aisles. You’ll want to add to add cauliflower as a staple of your meal plan.
Plan ahead for sweet cravings.
A small emergency stash of keto-friendly desserts like Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups or White Chocolate Macadamia Cookie Dough Bites are great additions to your shopping list. Keep your eyes peeled for sucrose alternatives like monk fruit and stevia extracts and erythritol in our grocery aisles.
Disclaimer: This information provided on this website is not intended as medical or healthcare information or advice. Please consult your healthcare professional(s) regarding all matters related to your diet and health, including any possible impact when starting any diet or continuing with a restricted diet on a long term basis.