Simplify meal planning by using the same list every week. This printable grocery list and blank grocery list template will help you get organized.
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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.
When I sit down and make my weekly meal plan and shopping 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 printable grocery list. It’s an easy shortcut that will save tons of time meal planning each week.
Items that I always buy
There are a dozen grocery items that I always have on hand. They’re the most common staples that I can use to make a dozen different meals that my family loves.
Before you start making a list, you need to know what you already have. Grab the printables too:
Printable grocery list
A master grocery list is simply a checklist 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 list of the most common items in each category (and space to write in 3 more).
The other is a blank grocery list template with categories and lines – so you can create your own.
My printable grocery list is broken down into 12 categories:
- bread and grains
- cans, jars, and beans
- herbs and spices
Get the printable
Both files are included as a PDF in the download. Print your list on 8.5×11-inch paper or scale it down smaller.
There are 2 ways to get this printable:
Can’t see the Gumroad form? Unsure how to print? For troubleshooting tips and frequently asked questions, read the Printables FAQ Help Guide.
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