Ever wish your groceries would magically appear on your doorstep? With the recent Amazon-Whole Foods partnership, that dream is now reality. Here’s a list of 7 unique healthy foods to try for your next grocery delivery!
By Abby Cronin
Salmon Fillets (12 oz., $10.99)
Omega-3 fatty acids are essential for a healthy body, and salmon is one of the best sources. Delicious and easy to prepare, Whole Foods salmon fillets are great for gains and are a delicious alternative to chicken or beef!
Chicken Tortilla Soup (24 oz., $6.99)
This soup sounds like a splurge, but packs in a surprising 8 grams of protein per cup at only 100 calories! This unique find is a Whole Foods exclusive and is ready to eat after a couple minutes in the microwave.
Zuchinni Noodles ($5.49 per package)
Though nothing can replace a big bowl of spaghetti, zuchinni noodles are a tasty alternative! Try sautéing your “zoodles” in a little olive oil and serve with your protein for a low-carb side.
Organic Greek Yogurt Blueberry Dessert Bars (4 bars, $4.39)
We all know that feeling when you want something sweet, but don’t want to destroy your diet. Whole Foods’ blueberry greek yogurt bars are a refreshing substitute for heavier desserts at only 90 calories a pop.
Almonds (16 oz., $6.99)
- Bored of your usual peanut butter? Whole almonds are an easy snack that’s been proven to reduce hunger and promote weight loss. Toss them in some greek yogurt or just eat by themselves!
Turkey Jerky – Peppered or Teriyaki (3 oz., $6.99)
You’ve heard of beef jerky, now get ready for an even leaner snack. Turkey jerky is the best of both worlds, giving you more protein and less fat per serving than traditional beef jerky.
Hard Cooked Eggs (6 eggs, $2.99)
Hard boiled eggs are a great, satisfying snack for when you’re on the go and need to get your protein in. Whole Foods hard cooked eggs even come pre-peeled, so all you need to do is grab and eat!