Amazon Prime

I’ve recently been converted to the world of Amazon Prime.  My sister-in-law, Blair, convinced me that Amazon Prime is the way to go, as it diminishes the frequency of shopping, which for me is a huge plus.  Basically, I hope to buy all of my food, toiletries, etc. (except meat and veggies) through Amazon Prime.

For those of you that don’t know about Amazon Prime, it’s truly genius.  You pay an annual fee of $79 and you get free two day shipping on all of your purchases (that qualify for Amazon Prime, which is most items). Not only will I be buying things like toilet paper, laundry detergent and trash bags, but even groceries.  (And of course there will always be the book impulse buys.)

Did you know that Amazon has an amazing selection of gluten-free products???  Some of my favorite GF items are on Amazon.  This is a great option if you live in a small town and don’t have access to a Whole Foods or natural food store.  Or if you’re like me, and the thought of going to Costco or a shopping mall makes you break out in a sweat.

Mesa Sunrise Cereal


Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Lara Bars


bionaturae fusili Pasta

Peanut Butter Panda Puffs (Enviro Kids)

Pamela’s Baking & Pancake Mix


Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Oats


Jif to Go

Bye bye Costco membership, hello Amazon Prime!  Just make sure you recycle all of the Amazon boxes you’ll start to accumulate!

What do you like to order on Amazon Prime?

  1. Kimberly says:

    I order all of my GF products via Amazon. For many of the items they also have a subscribe and save option which save an additional 10-15% off the already low amazon proces. I order all the Betty Crocker mixes, nut thins even soups. So you can schedule a replenishment order for 1, 3 or 6 months in the future and cancel at any time. Plus you get free shipping!

  2. Blair Metcalf says:

    So glad I could help you get your GFree goods! Now, what do we do with all that packaging!? That is my next project…

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