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What's in your Pantry?

March 7, 2020

I never really had a pantry until we moved to our new home two years ago.

Ever since then I’ve been enjoying stocking it with different healthy (and not so much) goodies. It also makes a perfect hiding place from one tiny messy monster, a.k.a. my almost 2-year-old toddler 😊

I think your pantry is worth a discussion because, if you’re like me, that closet is a #1 destination for a hungry tummy. Whatever is in there can make all the difference in our health and fitness goals. That’s why I want to share my staples with you and encourage you to share yours with me in the comments.

Let’s start, shall we?

 

Grains and Cereals

  • Old fashioned rolled oats

  • Wild rice

  • Brown rice (short and long grain)

  • Quinoa

  • Lentils, green and red

  • Red wheat berries

  • Barley

  • Buckwheat (only if I can find it in a European store)

Cold Cereal

  • Nature’s Path Heritage Flakes (my personal favorite!)

  • Cascadian Farm Fruitful O’s (a treat I sometimes give to my toddler)

  • Cascadian Farm Raisin Bran

Cans

  • All sorts of beans: black, navy, pinto, garbanzo, kidney, etc.

  • Pumpkin puree (I use it for my oatmeal)

  • Sardines

  • Coconut milk, regular and light versions

Jars

  • Tomato sauce, different varieties

  • Nut butters

Pasta

  • Whole wheat spaghetti

  • Whole wheat orzo

  • Red lentil pasta (my son’s favorite)

  • Chickpea pasta

  • Angel hair (my hubby can’t live without it)

Crackers and chips

  • Rice crackers

  • Lundberg Thin Stackers (red rice and quinoa is my favorite!)

Baking

  • Coconut sugar

  • Brown sugar

  • Coconut flour

  • Unbleached wheat flour

  • Agar-agar powder

  • Baking soda

  • Baking powder

  • Stevia

Extra condiments

  • Pink Himalayan salt

  • Black peppercorns

  • Cinnamon

  • Turmeric powder

Other good stuff

  • Orgain protein powder + greens (vanilla and chocolate flavors)

  • Chia seeds

  • Milled flaxseed

  • Raw

  • Cacao powder

  • Maca

  • Dark chocolate (can't live without it!)

Tea and Coffee

  • Coffee: always Fair Trade

  • A large variety of organic herbal, oolong, green and black teas. Tulsi is one of my absolute favorites!

Oh, and of course we've got to always have two bags of Hampton Farms unsalted roasted peanuts (my husband’s guilty pleasure lol).

Hope this is helpful!

Now please, share your pantry staples with me!

 

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