Look what Costco items I have in my kitchen. It is such a popular place, especially for people with larger families, people who entertain, people looking for a deal. Did you know it is also a great place to stock up on organic foods? Who knew? I went the other day and found over 80 things organic at Costco I have a membership but will admit I don’t shop there as often as many people I know. I usually go to stock up on things like paper towels, toilet paper, bottled water, etc. We have a small family (only 2 of us in our household), so I don’t have a lot of use for giant sizes.
I will say, though, I was amazed at the amount of organic items that are available! I now rethink my Costco trips as I can stock up on things from my favorite sprouted wheat bread to fruit and veggies for juicing and smoothies and frozen veggies.
When you compare prices, organic quinoa at Whole Foods retails for $5.99. At Costco, it’s $2.87. Organic chicken breasts are a dollar cheaper at the discount brand, and a loaf of organic whole wheat bread is about $1.50 less expensive. In other words, the savings are real.
The amount of frozen organic foods is impressive. Some of it is just organic versions of convenience foods but for busy moms sometimes organic chicken tenders is dinner! I love all of the frozen veggies and fruits. Easy to have nutritious side dishes on hand.
CLICK HERE for my own Costco Clean Eating Shopping List. Look what Costco items I have in my kitchen.
The trick is to shop with a list and make sure you only buy the healthy real foods that are on it. Otherwise, it is very easy to come out with food and other items, that we don’t need.
Inside this ebook:
Over 30 Clean Eating Grocery Items (on one printable page)
Categories include: Healthy Snacks, Organic Grains, Fruits, Vegetables, Healthy Oils, Cooking Essentials, Protein and Dairy.
5 Tips for Savvy Shopping at Costco
Bonus! Bone Broth Recipe
CLICK HERE for some Probiotic food choices you might want to discover on your shopping trip to Costco.