Stock Up On These Keto & Low-Carb Foods (Printable List Included!)
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Get ready for keto success!
Have you cleared your space of all the non-keto temptations that could throw a wrench in your fat-fueled journey? If so, now it’s time to fill it back up with all the low-carb foods allowed on keto! From baking supplies to meal components to snacks, we’ve got you covered with the getting started essentials for keto.
Take this list to go: Download this keto shopping list foods printable to stash away in your planner or purse pocket for your next shopping trip!
While most dairy is keto-friendly, be sure and watch carb counts on yogurt and choose something from our list of the best keto yogurts to buy. Try not to go overboard with dairy items as this causes many to stall with their weight loss.
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Generally, all meats are a-okay for keto! Ideally, you’d like to find cuts of meat with higher fat content such as dark meats and ground beef mixed with a higher percentage of fat. Some of our favorite meats are…
Hip Tip: Check out these tips to help you pick out the best keto cuts of meat!
Avoid meats that have been glazed or have added sugars. You’d be surprised just how many carbs are packed into honey-glazed turkey and ham!
- Sliced turkey
- Roast beef
- Sausage bites
- Pepperoni slices
Contrary to what you may think, not all veggies and fruits are keto-friendly so be sure to skip higher carb options including corn, carrots, and potatoes and opt for something from the following list.
While we’ve already listed out some of our favorite vegetables for keto, you can’t beat the convenience (and lasting freshness) of varieties that come in frozen bags. We’re constantly keeping our freezers stocked with the following:
- Riced cauliflower
- Broccoli florets
- Cauliflower florets
Of course, you can munch here and there, but you’ll want to make sure you’re reaching for low-carb snacks that aren’t filled with preservatives or junk fillers.
- Beef jerky (watch for added sugars)
- Nuts – almonds, pecans or macadamia nuts are the best!
- Almond butter or peanut butter (no sugar added varieties)
- Meat sticks
- Cheese crisps
- Low-carb protein bars
- Stevia-sweetened chocolate bars – Lily’s or ChocZero
- Pork rinds
- Pickles (make sure they’re sugar-free if sweet)
Hip Tip: Check out our list of the 10 best keto snacks to buy!
Baking & Cooking Supplies:
All-purpose flour, sugar, and syrups are big no-nos for keto. However, there are lots of alternative flours and sweeteners to replace your usual baking supplies! You’ll also want to opt for oils that are not refined or made up of processed trans fats.
- Almond flour
- Coconut flour
- Alternative sweeteners – Swerve, XyloSweet, or Monk fruit granules
- Xanthan gum
- Olive oil
- Avocado oil
- Coconut oil
- Unsweetened cocoa powder
- Chocolate chips (no sugar added) – we love Lily’s stevia-sweetened dark chocolate chips!
- Beef/Chicken broth and/or bouillon – we love Herb-Ox Chicken Bouillon Cubes!
- Apple cider vinegar
- Bone broth
- Everything But the Bagel Seasoning
Try to avoid bottled sauces such as teriyaki as they are typically packed with sugar! Choose something from this list instead…
Hip Tip: Check out our full list of keto-friendly condiments!
Now you’re ready to start whipping up some delicious keto meals! Be sure to check out our keto recipes page to get some keto inspiration for your fully stocked kitchen.
Don’t forget to print out the shopping list!
It’s sized to be tucked away into either a purse pocket or planner.
Learn how to read a nutrition label on keto!