Believe it or not, making dinner and even grocery shopping for my family is a bit challenging. My family is a multi-diet family. With more and more people needing to follow specialty diets, this is why I make a lot of the recipes on Delicious Little Bites easily adaptable.
But, let’s be real. I don’t cook dinner every night, my kids aren’t eating freshly baked desserts on a regular basis, and we are often very short on time to make dinner between school, homework, and sports practices.
Having a variety of quick-to-make meals and treats that I can feel good about eating and serving my family is important for me. Being able to find all of those foods at Walmart during my weekly shopping trip makes my life so much easier.
Walmart Grocery Haul
Marie Callender’s Plant-Based Chick’n Pot Pie, Made with Gardein Plant-Based Chick’n
Amy’s Mac & 3 Cheese with Cauliflower Bowl
Amy’s Cheese Veggie Crust Pizza
Amy’s Cheese Veggie Crust Pizza is the perfect, easiest way to sneak more veggies into your (or your kids!) diet. Even the pickiest of eaters will love this pizza.
Good Food Made Simple® Cauliflower Kung Pao
Good Food Made Simple® Oats & Ancient Grains Cinnamon French Toast
Good Food Made Simple® French Toast is made with oats and ancient grains. It’s also vegetarian and loaded with antioxidants.
So Delicious® Dairy-Free Frozen Dessert Bars
These Salted Caramel Frozen Dessert Bars from So Delicious® are made with plant-based milk. They are just as creamy and delicious as traditional ice cream but are certified vegan and are non-GMO project certified.
If you can’t have dairy, or are trying to limit your dairy intact, these ice cream bars are a great option.
If you follow a speciality diet or just want to try some new meals, stop by your local Walmart to check out the selection of specialty diet items available. If you prefer, you can shop online and use their Online Pickup. Delivery is also available in some areas.