Target Grocery Haul – Paleo & Healthy Food Finds

Who doesn’t love Target? Pre-pandemic, it was one of my favorite stores to aimlessly wander on a Saturday morning and fill my cart with items for my home, pantry, fridge, freezer and more. These days with the pandemic ever present, I’m not walking around any stores; however, I am loving curbside grocery service.

Target offers one of the best contactless curbside shopping services where you can submit an order through the app, employees will do your shopping for you using your list and will bring your order directly to your car – all within a few hours of submitting an order through the app. It’s often difficult to get same-day curbside pickup slots at other stores, but Target always has curbside same day pick-up availability in my area.

Beyond convenience, Target has really upped their game by carrying many healthy items at fabulous price points. Here are a few great Paleo & healthy food finds from my latest Target grocery haul:

1. Birch Benders Paleo Pancake & Waffle Mix – $4.99

Birch Benders Paleo Pancake & Waffle Mix

Quick, tasty and grain-free pancakes are so easy to make with Birch Bender’s Paleo & Waffle mix. You just add water! The clean and diet-friendly ingredients produce fluffy pancakes that will satisfy any pancake craving. See my full review of this product here.

2. Applegate Naturals No Sugar Uncured Bacon -$4.59

Most bacon on supermarket shelves are loaded with sugar, preservatives and questionable ingredients. That is why I normally buy bacon from ButcherBox, who offer clean, sugar-free bacon as an add-on to their monthly curated meat subscription boxes. When I run out of ButcherBox bacon, Applegate Naturals No Sugar Uncured Bacon is my favorite stand-by option. As the name suggests, Applegate Naturals adds no sugar to the bacon and as an added bonus, it is Whole30 approved.

3. Chosen Foods 100% Pure Avocado Oil – $8.49

Avocado oil is the perfect oil for high heat cooking; however, a 2020 study from UC Davis concluded that 82% of avocado oils on the market are rancid or mixed with other oils. With so many fraudulent avocado oils on the market, it’s important to do your research before adding any avocado oil to your cart. Chosen Foods and Primal Kitchen offer some of the best, pure avocado oils on the market. Although a bit pricey, this Chosen Foods oil at Target is the rare, real-deal and will last you a long time. (For additional information about the best oils for cooking, click here.)

4. Swanson Sipping Bone Broth – $1.79

Swanson bone broth

Bone broth has been all the rave for a while now. A few years ago, people used to line up at hip bone broth places in New York City to score overpriced cups of bone broth. Now there are more options to heat up some healthy bone broth at home. While it is fairly time consuming to make your own bone broth at home, quality, pre-made bone broth is now available at stores like Target. This tasty sipping bone broth from Swanson is super affordable and feature surprisingly clean ingredients.

5. Siete Grain Free Taco Shells – $5.99

Siete Grain Free Taco Shells

Avoiding corn and grain? Taco Tuesdays are now back if you can snag these grain-free taco shells at Target. The shells taste just like corn taco shells, but are non-GMO. Siete is a ground-breaking new brand who also offers delicious, grain free tortilla chips as well as clean taco seasonings, dairy-free queso, enchilada sauces, salsa and more.

6. Purely Elizabeth. Cinnamon Peanut Butter Grain-Free Granola – $5.99

Simply Elizabeth. grain-free granola

Purely Elizabeth., a relatively new and exciting brand, offers some of the cleanest breakfast foods on the market. When I am craving cereal or granola, this is my go-to choice. Although a bit pricey, this grain-free granola flavored with cinnamon and peanut butter is made from clean ingredients like almonds and seeds, includes MCT oil for brain health and energy and is satisfies both sweet and savory cravings.

7. Purely Elizabeth. Strawberry Hazelnut Cauli Hot Cereal – $2.79

Purely Elizabeth. Cauli Cereal

Speaking of Purely Elizabeth., they also offer on-the-go grain-free cauliflower-based hot cereals. Just like oatmeal (but without the grain), you only need to add water for an instant breakfast. The single serve cereals come in several varieties including strawberry hazelnut and cinnamon almond and have the same consistency of traditional oatmeal.

8. Primal Kitchen BBQ Ranch Dressing & Marinade – $5.79

Primal Kitchen BBQ Ranch Dressing

It’s often difficult to find salad dressings and marinades without gluten, dairy, soybean oil (or other seed oils), sugar, “natural flavors” and other sketchy ingredients. Primal Kitchen is one of my favorite paleo friendly brands for salad dressings, BBQ sauces, mayonnaise, oils and more. Most of their dressings, like this one, include quality avocado oil and stellar ingredients. Although pricey, Primal Kitchen dressings are a step above most others on the grocery store shelves.

9. Rao’s Homemade Sensitive Marinara – $7.39 (on sale)

Rao's Homemade Sensitive Marinara

One of the best tasting marinara sauces in the market has to be Rao’s Homemade. While you can find countless others at lower price points, none will rival the taste and clean ingredients of Rao’s. And Rao’s is one of the few tomato sauces that does not contain added sugar. Rao’s offers an assortment of sauces, including this sensitive formula which does not contain onions or garlic – which is unheard of with marinara sauces.

10. GimMe Organic Sea Salt Premium Roasted Seaweed – $1.99

Roasted seaweed snacks

If you are craving a salty, healthy snack on-the-go, these roasted seaweed snacks are a great option. With only three ingredients and no added sugar, these non-GMO and USDA certified organic are low in calories and include nutrients like iodine, calcium, potassium and iron.

This List is Just the Tip of the Iceberg

In addition to the great finds above, Target is an excellent place to shop for nuts (slivered almonds – $3.89), organic fruit (organic raspberries – $3.99), organic salad (organic spring mix lettuce – $2.59), organic canned pumpkin – $1.99 and so much more.

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