Make meal planning and shopping a snap by using the same grocery list every week. I created a handy printable master grocery list to help you save time meal planning by keeping track of the items you buy regularly.
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I’ll admit that sometimes I get in a rut and cook the same things over and over. But I also crave trying new things. So when I sit down and make my weekly meal plan and grocery list, I tend to do one of two things.
Either I write down all the same things that I usually buy or I start blankly, wondering what I normally do because I can’t think of a single thing I want to cook.
This month I decided to save myself a ton of time – and you too – by creating a master grocery list.
Printable master grocery list
A master grocery list is simply a list of the things you buy most weeks. It saves you time because you can just run down the list and highlight what you need. There’s also space to add a few things in each category.
Because I know everyone doesn’t have the same diet and cooking routine, I designed two different printables. One is a grocery list of the most common items in each category (and space to write in 3 more). The other is blank with categories and lines – so you can write in your own master list.
How to get the printable
Print your grocery list on 8.5×11-inch paper or scale it down smaller.
You may need to allow popups or give permission to download. See Printables Troubleshooting and FAQ for help. If you want to save this printable for later, please pin an image from this blog post instead of saving the direct link to the PDF.
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