Looking for the best deals on gotta-have-it keto food staples?
Keto foods are arguably the BEST foods given their tasty, indulgent nature. But while we’ve talked about our favorite keto staples to keep stocked in your kitchen, we realize that everything comes at a cost. Here’s where to shop to get the best deals!
1. Coconut oil: Costco
Kirkland Signature Organic Coconut Oil, 84oz. — Costco | $16.99 (potentially lower in-store based on your area)
Coconut oil is so versatile! Use it in baking, cooking, or frying to give a touch a fat and extra flavor to your meals.
2. Almond flour: Sam’s Club
Bob’s Red Mill Super Fine Almond Flour, 3lbs. — Sam’s Club | $13.98 (potentially lower in-store based on your area)
Trust us, you’re going to be using a lot of almond flour, so buying in larger packs is a must! Try your hand at making the easiest keto bagels featuring the Bob’s Red Mill brand.
3. Parchment paper: Costco
Kirkland Signature Parchment Paper, 2-pack — Costco | $9.99 (potentially lower in-store based on your area)
If you want keto bakery products, most of the time you’ll have to bake them yourself. Stock up on parchment paper to keep all your baked goods from sticking to the pan!
4. Avocados: ALDI
Mini or Regular-Sized Avocados — ALDI | As low as $0.39 each!
While creamy avocados are filled with healthy fats perfect for keto, they can be spendy. Luckily, ALDI has regular-sized or mini avocados for the cheapest price around!
5. Grass-fed beef: ALDI and Sam’s Club
100% Grass Fed Ground Beef, 1lb. — ALDI | as low as $4.99
USDA Choice Angus Beef Ribeye — Sam’s Club | $9.98 per lb. (potentially lower in-store based on your area)
Grass-fed is the way to go when it comes to beef, and you can find these handy 1lb ground beef packs at ALDI. When sourcing your juicy, marbled steaks, buying the full slab will net you a cheaper cost. And at most butcher counters in warehouse stores, they’ll even slice it up for you!
6. Cheese: Walmart
Great Value Whole Milk Mozzarella Cheese Block, 32oz. — Walmart | $6.78 (potentially lower based on your area)
If you follow any of our Hip2Keto recipes, you’ll see we use a lot of mozzarella cheese. Save money (and ditch the added fillers) by buying a block of cheese and shredding it yourself.
7. Butter: ALDI
Kerrygold Grass-Fed Butter — ALDI | As low as $2.85
This is the most popular keto butter on the market (and we’re sort of obsessed with it). Score it for less at ALDI! If you’re not near an ALDI and you’re a warehouse club member, check out their refrigerated section for sales, too.
8. Nuts: Walmart
Great Value Whole Almonds, 25oz. — Walmart | $9.98
Walmart’s Great Value brand can save you tons on almonds! If you’ve got a bulk store nearby, you can also peruse their nuts and seeds sections for bulk savings on almonds, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, and more.
9. Eggs: ALDI
Grade AA Large Eggs, 1 Dozen — ALDI | as low as $1.49
Another versatile keto staple — eggs! If you find you’re going through your eggs rather quickly, considering buying eggs in 18-count cartons for the large-quantity savings (and fewer trips to the store)!
10. Bacon: Costco
Thick Sliced Bacon, 2 – 1.5lb pack — Costco | $13.49
Mmm… bacon! Kirkland is the way to go when purchasing this treat. For the true bacon fanatic, Costco also has jumbo packs of bacon at an even cheaper price per pound.
11. Xylitol: Jet.com
Xlear XyloSweet, 3lbs — Jet.com | $16.17
Sometimes you just need that little bit of extra sweetness. We’re all about this xylitol-based sweetener, especially at this low price!
12. Olive oil: Walmart
Great Value 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 51oz. — Walmart | as low as $8.12
Drizzle, dip, and save those dollars with this jumbo-sized EVOO from Walmart. At a low $0.16 an ounce, this purchase is a no-brainer, especially since olive oil can get pricey!
13. Nut butter: Costco
Kirkland Signature Almond Butter, 27oz. — Costco | $8.79
You’ll be slathering this organic nut butter on just about anything when you can get it for this cheap at Costco! To save even more, try making it yourself with bulk almonds and a food processor!
14. Lettuce: ALDI
Lettuce Heads — ALDI | $0.99 (potentially lower in your area)
Given the recent romaine lettuce recalls, we’re playing it safer with the iceberg this go-around. Iceberg lettuce leaves are great for wraps and salads. Think burgers, luncheon meats, burrito fillings, and more!
15. Spiralizer: Amazon
Spiralizer Vegetable Slicer — Amazon | $16.99
Okay, so this one’s not a food, but it’ll save you a ton of money when you can stop overpaying grocery store brands to spiralize your veggies. Not only will a spiralizer save you some money, but your veggie noodles will be fresh!
We hope this list helps you out! Let us know if there are other foods out there you wish you could score deals on, and we’ll do our best to help. Now, get out there and score healthy, keto foods without breaking the bank. Enjoy!