When you start the AIP diet, the grocery store suddenly becomes a mystery. Some if not all of your go-to products are suddenly not allowed. It’s a completely new experience. BUT if you’ve got an AIP Shopping List handy then trips to the market are less stressful and will help you save lots of time.
What can you eat on the AIP diet?
You can eat a large variety of fruit, vegetables and animal proteins. You just need to know which ones fit within the AIP template. This AIP grocery list is a good place to start.
If you’re looking for a more specific list of what to eat/what to avoid then join my mailing list to get a free pdf. PLUS you’ll also get a PDF of the AIP Shopping list. You can hang it on your fridge for quick reference or take it with you to the grocery store.
- Honeydew Melon
- Bok Choy
- Brussel Sprouts
- Onions (white, red, leek, green, etc.)
- Sweet Potato
- Swiss Chard
- Zucchini (summer squash)
- Winter Squash (butternut, acorn, spaghetti, pumpkin)
Herbs and Spices
- Bay Leaf (dried)
- Dill (dried or fresh)
- Garlic (dried or fresh)
- Ginger (dried and ground or fresh)
- Oregano (dried or fresh)
- Rosemary (dried or fresh)
- Sage (dried or fresh)
- Tarragon (dried or fresh)
- Turmeric (dried and ground or fresh)
- Thyme (dried or fresh)
- Arrowroot Flour
- Baking Soda
- Blackstrap Molasses
- Carob Powder
- Cassava Flour
- Coconut Flour
- Coconut Cream
- Coconut Milk
- Coconut, Shredded
- Cream of Tarter
- Palm Shortening
- Tapioca Starch
- Tigernut Flour
- Bone Broth
- Organ Meat
- Seafood (salmon, tuna, trout, halibut, sardines, including canned salmon, sardines)
- Shellfish (shrimp, mussels, clams, scallops)
- Applesauce (make sure that it’s just apples)
- Fish Sauce
- Cassava Chips
- Coconut Aminos
- Coconut Butter
- Fruit, Dried (make sure there’s no added sugar or chemicals)
- Fruit, Freeze Dried (again make sure there’s no added sugar or chemicals)
- Kelp Noodles
- Nutritional Yeast (Non-Fortified)
- Plantain Chips (make sure it uses an AIP friendly oil)
- Pumpkin puree, canned
- Sweet Potato Chips (make sure it uses an AIP friendly oil)
- Sweet Potato Starch Noodles
- Vinegar (Apple Cider, Balsamic)
Tips for using this AIP Shopping List
- Don’t forget to check labels. Companies (and DO!) change the ingredients in their products at any time without notice. It’s important to stay diligent about checking labels.
- I’ve found menu planning is very helpful to help from getting overwhelmed at the grocery store. If you’d like more info, I teach menu planning in my Simple as AIP course. Sign up to get more info here.
What are you favorite AIP pantry staples? Let me know in the comments below.