Let’s be real – I’m all about food. Eating it, making it, buying it, you name it. Weird fact: I love to go grocery shopping, preferably at Whole Foods with a lot of money, preferably someone else’s money. It’s one of my favorite things to do by myself. I’m a strange one, right? Through many of my healthy lifestyle blogs that I read, I find lots of new foods and products to try. Yes, they are more expensive and typically can only be found at Whole Foods, but when you love to go grocery shopping and love to eat, what more could you want?!

  1. Jackson’s Honest potato chips. Guys. These chips are the jam (or the chips?). Non-GMO potatoes, organic coconut oil, some salt. Boom! You get the crunch without all the junk. Try them at your local Whole Foods. Much better for you than Lay’s. 🙂potatofamily_cd7b8bee-d593-49fb-8469-f7c9a489b4f5_1024x1024
  2. Epic Pork Skins. You probably think it sounds gross, but I think they’re amazing. All fat and protein so you don’t feel all junky and lethargic after eating a handful (or two or three). I’ve only tried the Sea Salt and Black Pepper, but MAN, so finger-licking good. Though I would not recommend dumping the last remnants into your mouth when the bag is empty as it is all pepper and no skin and you will be very sneezy and sad.porkskins2
  3. Justin’s Peanut Butter Cups. Think Reese’s but much better for you. Yes they are still considered candy and they do have sugar, but sometimes, you can’t separate a girl and her peanut butter cups. I always keep a stash for those days where you just need chocolate. now.
  4. Peanut Butter. Anyone who knows me knows that I love peanut butter. Like I’m talking, keep a jar everywhere kind of love. Currently, I have a jar of peanut butter in my office drawer, office fridge, bedroom, and pantry. I specifically like the 100% peanuts kind without any of the sugar, high fructose corn syrup, and random additives just straight up peanuts (and sometimes salt). I’m more or less indifferent on the “chunkiness.” But man, love me some peanut butter, with a spoon. Side note: I eat maybe 3-4 spoonfuls of peanut butter a day. I’ve considered dialing it back, but so far to no avail. Maybe tomorrow…7af5cd40-a2b8-4232-b159-95505fe9e9c3_1-1338a0cebdeb237747433c0d7043404f