Well howdy there you ray of sunshine, you!
Y’all know every now and then, I’ve gotta spice things up and share with y’all some grocery finds from places other than Wal-Mart.
Well….1) I know y’all don’t all grocery shop at Wal-Mart (lookin' at you, mom) and 2) I want to emphasize to y’all that fun, paleo-friendly groceries can be found at nearly any grocery store these days if you look for them.
So, I’m sharing with y’all today some of the magical, mystical foodies I found at the Narnia of grocery stores: Aldi.
If you have an Aldi in your area and have never set foot in it, hopefully some of these affordable paleo foods can persuade you to check it out.
So grab a snackeroo and let’s get goin, friends, cause I have LOTS to share!
1. Kirkwood Apple and Cranberry Chicken Sausage
Gourmet, clean chicken sausages for under $3.00?! Heck yes!
2. Frozen Sockeye Salmon
$9.95 for 4 wild-caught pieces of Alaskan salmon? Roasted or grilled, this makes for an easy weeknight meal.
3. Plain and Chocolate Coconut Chips
Crispy, salty-sweet, and absolutely delicious, these crunchy snacks are fantastic on top of smoothies, yogurt, or just by the handful.
4. Mini Bell Peppers
For under $3 a bag, these little beauties are one of my favorite go-to snacks or mindless lunch sides. Dip them into guac for something delicious!
Flavored sparkling water that makes for a refreshing way to hydrate this summer.
6. Hatch Chile Guacamole
In spicy, medium, and mild, this premade guacamole has clean ingredients AND is super cheap.
7. Chicken Breakfast Sausage Links
Slightly sweet, these clean breakfast sausages are a delicious way to start your day!
8. Smoked Salmon
This heart-healthy protein is not just for brunch; it makes for an easy salad addition, pizza topping, or quiche filling.
9. Flavored Sparkling Waters
With flavors like pomegranate and raspberry lime, these would make refreshing mocktail and cocktail mixers.
10. Canned Coconut Water with Pulp
Personally, I'm all about the pulp in my coconut water. Then again, I love all forms and fashions of coconut. Give it a try for an alternative way to hydrate.
11. Sprayable Coconut Oil
Sure, you can melt down coconut oil and brush it on your vegetables or you can spray them down in a shower of coconutty goodness.
12. Coconut Aloe Water
If you enjoy coconut water, give this equally hydrating beverage a try! I like it chilled with sparkling water for a thirst-quenching mocktail.
Alrighty mis amigos, that's all for Aldi this week. If you head over there this week or next week and stumble upon some of these finds or something I may have missed, snap a pic and tag me on Instagram (michelle.mcnutt) or Facebook (Healthy Happy Texan). It makes my day, y'all! Be well, and I'll see ya on Friday!
Healthy Happy Texan
I'm a Foodie, Fitness Instructor, and Follower of Christ. Add a passion for teaching others, dark chocolate, bacon, and dogs -- and that's me in a box.
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