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New Year, New You… there really isn’t a better time to start over and kickstart healthy eating habits than the month of January. If you’re from Pittsburgh or anywhere that experiences similar weather then you are well aware that trekking to the grocery store in sub zero temps and snow is not ideal. Especially when you want to have a steady supply of fresh produce, multiple visits can become low on the priority list. Add having to grocery shop with kids which can be stressful enough as is, and grocery delivery is looking pretty life changing right about now.
Luckily, Giant Eagle offers grocery delivery with its Curbside Express program that just so happens to be so simple and convenient to use. Warning: you may never by your groceries in store again. I was able to pick out the exact items and ingredients I needed based on the certain detox recipes I wanted to make. Being home, I was able to check my pantry for what I already had, and order exactly what I needed. This way I avoided getting any unnecessary snacks that would be tempting as well as buying ingredients that would end up going to waste, since everything I was buying was called for in one or more recipe. Plus, Giant Eagle offers your first delivery for FREE, (typically it’s $12.95) so why not give it a try?
You can see all the produce and ingredients I picked up, and I made a list of everything if you’d like to follow my meal plan as well! All the recipe links are included at the bottom of this page. It was so nice after not being home all day to come home and have my groceries delivered right to my front door!
Click here for the printable Shopping and Meal Planner list. Plus keep track of your water and exercise goals!
I screenshot some of the process so you could see just how easy it is to use Giant Eagle curbside delivery. Just type in the product you are looking for, then add it to your cart. You can even add notes for certain items that call for it, for instance I wanted bananas that were “moderately green” and pears that were “semi ripe” and the shoppers were able to pick the produce based on those specifications. Once you’re finished you can choose your delivery time, just make sure to choose it for when you or someone else will be home because someone must be there to sign for the groceries.
Recipe Links from Meal List:
Kale, Quinoa Salad (optional: add chicken)
Sweet Potato Turkey Chili (this is one of my favorite recipes to make)
Black Bean and Sweet Potato Tostadas *Recipe Notes: I made the black bean mixture and added 2 baked sweet potatoes to that, additionally I opted to wrap ours up as burritos, omitted the pickled onion and added shredded chicken.