Stocking Your Paleo Pantry

If you’re looking to stock your pantry with healthy, clean ingredients, look no further! I’ve partnered today with Pacific Foods to bring you my handy guide to Stocking Your Paleo Pantry! This will help you build that perfect pantry filled with nourishing ingredients and get your clean cooking on it’s way!

 

This guide outlines my favorite items for baking, the condiments, oils/fats, and sauces I use, and even fresh ingredients that I always have on hand! 

 

Stocking Your Paleo Pantry

 

You may find that you have many of the spices or ingredients in your pantry already, and are already off to a fabulous start!

My two biggest tips when you are kicking off your new year, new lifestyle, or wherever you are at on your clean eating journey:

 

1. GET RID of the items in your pantry that you constantly snack on (and don’t want to be), and ones that are filled with preservatives or added sugars. If you’re always reaching for the bag of chips out of habit, take the plunge and toss them. It might be painful at the moment, but you’ll thank yourself later on when you’ve lost the habit! 

2. READ LABELS! When you are shopping, reading labels is so important. Especially with items such as ketchup, marinara sauce, mayonnaise, nut butters, and so on. Often you’ll find they have added sugars, junky oils, and preservatives that you can avoid very simply by picking up a different jar in the store! Once you become a label reader you’ll never look back!

 


Have fun stocking your pantry with my staples! I use all of these ingredients on a regular basis and each one serves a purpose when cooking in my kitchen! You can save this image to your phone, or download a printable PDF to  take with you to the grocery store.

 

This post is sponsored by Pacific Foods. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own, and I only work with brands that I 100% stand behind! 

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6 comments on “Stocking Your Paleo Pantry

  • Phyllis J Gilmore says:

    I’m really surprised you have powdered sugar, not New Leaf Stevia, and you have bananas on your grocery list.
    Bananas have high sugar content.

    Reply
    • I freeze bananas for smoothies and am okay with them in my diet! Though apples and bananas are higher in sugar, they also have good properties if you don’t have issues with fructose.

      I don’t personally like stevia, and used organic good quality powdered sugar (minimal ingredients) for a few baking recipes!

      Reply
  • I just bought this cookbook and love it. I made the spaghetti squash boats last night and they were delicious. Looking forward to trying some of the breads and dessert recipes. BTW, I am really glad that your recipes don’t call for stevia products or any other type of artificial sweetener. I have been looking forever for healthy recipes that exclude them.

    Thank You

    Reply
  • I love this list! I’m with Sharon about using stevia. I’ve been doing some research about how to use honey in place of sugar. I think I need to get your cookbook. Recently having to eat gluten, dairy free, and also avoid corn products.

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