If you’re like a lot of people with more time at home, you are cooking and baking more. And if you’ve ventured out to the store, you’ve seen that the baking isle is pretty empty! Or maybe you’re choosing to limit time at the grocery store. Don’t panic (we have enough of that going on)! Did you know that you can get most of your healthy baking essentials online (and within a couple days) from places like Thrive market, Costco, or Amazon?
Here I’ve compiled a list of pantry staples that can be found online along with my personal product recommendations. The products I use are gluten free, grain free, and dairy free, unless noted. Some are low carb or keto as well. Even when not on a mandated lock down, I purchase much of my baking supplies online because a lot of them are not easy to find, or are more expensive at the store.
Note: I only link to products I truly use and recommend, and some, but not all links may be affiliate links. The links below link to products on Amazon unless noted.
Baking soda— Bob’s Redmill
Baking powder—Rumford Aluminum free,
Cinnamon—Simply Organic Ceylon cinnamon
Sugar free white chips (monkfruit sweetened)—ChocZero White Chips
Allergen free chocolate chips—Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips (Thrive Market), Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips
Chocolate chips, 80%+— Pasha 85% cacao chips (Thrive Market),
Cocoa (baking)—Guittard Dutch Processed (excellent flavor, great product)
Cacao powder, raw—Healthworks
Chocolate bars, 80% cacao or higher—Lindt 90%, Pasha 85%, Theo 85%
Fats & Oils
Coconut oil—Kirkland Signature organic coconut oil (Costco),
Olive oil—Kirkland Signature Toscano EV Olive Oil (Costco), Kasandrinos EV olive oil
Palm vegetable shortening—Spectrum vegetable (palm oil) shortening
Avocado oil—Chosen Foods Avocado Oil
Flours & Starches
Almond flour—Kirkland Signature (Costco), Wellbee or Honeyville
Arrowroot starch—Bob’s Redmill, Bob’s Redmill (Thrive Market)
Coconut flour—Nutiva or Anthony’s
Tapioca starch—Bob’s Redmill
Almonds—Whole almonds (Costco),
Pecans—Pecan halves, Pecan halves (Costco),
Almond butter—Happy Belly, Barney Butter,
Sun butter—Once Again Unsweetened, Sunbutter unsweetened-Thrive Market,
Peanut butter—Once Again Unsweetened,
Coconut sugar—Nutiva or Anthony’s, 5 lb. (better price)
Maple syrup—Coombs Organic Grade A dark Amber
Honey (raw)—Nature Nate’s
Sweeteners: Zero Calorie/Non-nutritive
Monkfruit granulated sweetener—Lakanto Monkfrutit/Erythritol blend
Erythritol zero calorie granulated sweetener—Swerve Granulated
Erythritol zero calorie brown sweetener—Swerve Brown
Erythritol zero calorie confectioners sweetener—Swerve Confectioners
Kabocha extract sweetener—BochaSweet Granulated
Apple Cider Vinegar—Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
Coconut milk—Thai Kitchen organic, Aroy-D (no guar gum)
Tomato sauce—Hunt’s Organic Tomato Sauce
Tomato paste—Hunt’s Organic Tomato Paste
Kitchen Tools (a few of my favorites)
Instant Pot—9 in 1 Instant Pot
Food Processor—Cuisenart Prep 9
Blend Tec High Powered Blender—Blend Tec Wide Side Original
Waffle Maker—Oster Ceramic non-stick waffle maker
Have fun cooking and baking!
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