When grocery shopping for Keto items I like to buy in bulk so I can make sure I’m stocked up. Sam’s Club has a great variety of Keto items to keep you on track for meal prepping and snacks. I made this Keto shopping list at Sam’s Club along with a printable checklist. Keep in mind that items vary by location and may not be available to you. To get started, you will need a Sam’s Club membership. If you don’t have one you can get one here.
Keto Shopping List at Sam’s Club
Baking & Cooking
Bob’s Red Mill Almond Flour (this is what makes my Keto pancakes so fluffy)
Peanut Butter Powder
Spices (you can use any type of spices, herbs and seasonings to add some flavor to your meals)
Hershey’s Cocoa Powder
Angus Beef Patties with Asiago Cheese & Applewood Bacon
Lunchmeat (select from any type of lunchmeat)
Member’s Mark Real Crumbled Bacon
Hormel Microwave Bacon
Chicken (select from a variety of chicken from fresh to frozen, plain only)
Steak (try my Keto Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Peppers recipe)
Ballpark Hot Dogs
Canned Chicken Breast
Meatballs (try this recipe for Keto meatballs and marinara sauce)
Member’s Mark Seasoned Pulled Chicken
Member’s Mark Seasoned Pulled Pork
Jennie-O Ground Turkey
Frank’s Red Hot Sauce
Hellman’s Real Mayo
Water (add a pinch of himalayan salt to help you get through the Keto flu)
Gatorade Zero (great for getting through the Keto flu)
LaCroix Sparkling Water (cherry lime is my favorite)
ZipFizz (these are found in the pharmacy area and are tiny balls that you can add to your water for energy)
Ground Coffee or Kcups
Premier Protein Drinks
Jack Links Beef Steak
Shrimp (try this recipe for garlic shrimp with zucchini spirals)
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
Unsweetened Almond Milk
Eggs (try this low carb turkey club egg wrap recipe)
Heavy Whipping Cream
Half & Half
Cheese Slices or Block Cheese
To make things easier, I created a printable Keto shopping list that you can print and take with you the next time you go to Sam’s Club. All of the items are listed so all you have to do is check mark or cross it off the list.
Did I miss anything? Let me know in the comments and I’ll add them to the list.
What is the Keto diet?
The Keto diet is a plan where you make sure you eat 70% fat, 25% protein and 5% carbohydrates. Sticking to this plan will put you into ketosis after 3-5 days where you body burns fat for fuel instead of carbohydrates. When your body does this, weightloss will happen.
How do I start the Keto diet?
To get started is easy. There is no place you need to sign up or pay a membership fee. It’s all up to you! But don’t worry there are plenty of support groups found online that can give you all the help you need.
If you find the Keto diet to be intimidating, I would suggest before starting the Keto diet is to first figure out how many carbs you normally eat in a day. Write that number down and then begin restricting your carbs limit either by the day or week to where it gets down to 20g net carbs a day. Once you get there then you go full blown Keto.
What is the Keto flu?
The Keto flu usually happens at the beginning state of the Keto diet. It does not happen to everyone but if you do happen to be one of the lucky ones to get it make sure you stay hydrated with water and adding some pink himalayan salt or drinking electrolytes such as Gatorade zero.
Symptoms of the Keto flu can be dizziness, diarrhea, nausea, weakness, difficulty sleeping, brain fog, and soreness to name a few. The Keto flu can be tough to get through as it may last up to a week but hang in there and don’t get discouraged. You will feel so much once it passes.