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Healthy Aldi Shopping List for Your Plan

Having a healthy Aldi shopping list is essential for several reasons. First, it helps you save money. By planning out what you need and sticking to your list, you can avoid impulse purchases that add up quickly. This is especially important at Aldi, where the store carries a limited selection of products and often has lower prices than other supermarkets.

Second, having a healthy shopping list helps you make healthier choices. By focusing on whole, unprocessed foods, you can ensure that you are getting the nutrients your body needs. This can also help you avoid unhealthy snack foods and processed items that may be tempting but are not as nourishing.

Third, a healthy shopping list can help you save time. By knowing precisely what you need, you can minimize the time you spend wandering the aisles and can get in and out of the store more quickly. This can be especially helpful if you have a busy schedule and don't have much time to spare. Additionally, a healthy shopping list can help you stay organized by ensuring you don't forget any essential items and avoid making multiple trips to the store. Overall, having a healthy Aldi shopping list is essential in helping you save money, make healthier choices, save time, and stay organized.

All items on this Aldi 5+1 Plan Shopping List are approved for those on the 5+1 plan.

Healthy Aldi Shopping List Frozen Items:

  • Sea Queen Shrimp (cooked and raw)
  • Sea Queen Wild Caught Pink Salmon Fillets
  • Sea Queen Wild Caught Flounder Fillets
  • Sea Queen Tilapia Fillets
  • Specially Selected Ahi Tuna Steaks
  • Never Any Chicken Breasts
  • Broccoli Florets
  • Green Beans
  • Earth Grown Vegan Zesty Italian Meatless Meatballs (10 meatballs is 1 lean - no healthy fat needed on 5+1)
  • Sea Queen Wild Caught Teriyaki or Chipotle Salmon Burgers (2 burgers is 1 lean - no healthy fat needed on 5+1)
  • Kirkwood Mexi Cali Style Chicken Burgers (1.25 burgers is 1 lean - no healthy fat needed)
  • Kirkwood Mediterranean Style Chicken Burgers (1 burger is 1 lean -1 healthy fat needed)

Healthy Aldi Shopping List Meat Items:

  • Fit & Active Ground Turkey (93% lean)
  • Appleton Farms Turkey bacon (divide and freeze for future needs; 2 slices count as 1 oz towards protein/lean of the day)
  • Kirkwood Mild Turkey Breakfast Sausage (2.5 oz count as 1/2 lean, need 1/2 lean from a source with less sodium)
  • Never Any Country Style Chicken Breakfast Sausages (2 1/2 links count as 1/2 lean, need 1/2 lean from a source with less sodium)
  • Never Any Mild Italian Chicken Sausage (1 link counts as 1/2 lean, need 1/2 lean from a source with less sodium)

Healthy Aldi Shopping List Produce:

  • Spinach
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Cauliflower Rice (sometimes not in stock)
  • Zucchini
  • Tomatoes (cherry/grape or Roma)
  • Bell Peppers (any color)
  • Asparagus
  • Cucumbers
  • Baby Bella Mushrooms
  • Avocados

Healthy Aldi Shopping List Dairy Items:

  • Happy Farms Spreadable Cheese Wedges (original and Garlic & Herb)
  • Friendly Farms 1% cottage cheese
  • Simply Nature Organic Unsweetened Almond Milk
  • Fit & Active Cheese Sticks
  • Countryside Creamery Butter with Canola Oil
  • Happy Farms Reduced Fat Cheese
  • Eggs
  • Liquid Egg Whites

Healthy Aldi Shopping List Other Items:

  • Powdered Peanut Butter
  • Sweet Additions Sweetener packets (Stevia or sucralose)
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Carlino Cooking Spray (olive or canola oil)
  • Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Almonds (and other nuts)
  • Pickle Spears
  • La Vie Sparkling water
  • Low Sodium Taco Seasoning
  • Black Olives (canned)
  • Fit & Active diced tomatoes (seasonal)
  • Mama Cozzi's Turkey Pepperoni (1 oz can count towards your lean)
  • Simply Nature Aged Balsamic Vinaigrette (1 TBSP is 1 healthy fat)
  • Fit & Active Light Balsamic Vinaigrette (2 TBSP is 1 healthy fat)

In conclusion, having a healthy Aldi shopping list is essential for saving money, making healthier choices, saving time, and staying organized. By planning out what you need and sticking to your list, you can avoid impulse purchases that add up quickly. This is especially important at Aldi, where the store carries a limited selection of products and often has lower prices than other supermarkets. By focusing on whole, unprocessed foods, you can ensure that you get the nutrients your body needs and avoid unhealthy snack foods and processed items. Additionally, a healthy shopping list can help you save time by minimizing the time you spend wandering the aisles and can help you stay organized by avoiding multiple trips to the store. Overall, a healthy shopping list is a valuable tool that can help you save money, make healthier choices, and streamline your grocery shopping experience at Aldi.

 

 

 

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