Recent Thrive Market faves and is it worth it?



Sharing the best picks from Thrive Market and what to order. This post isn’t sponsored, but you can use my referral link for 25% off your first order. We’ve been using Thrive for years now and are huge fans. 

Hi friends! How’s the morning going? I’m looking forward to catching up with our Barre Boocatmp group later today on Zoom and taking a hike at Sabino Canyon. I’d love to hear what you’re up to!

For today’s post, I’m sharing my latest Thrive Market faves. A friend on Instagram asked me if I had a post with my favorite products and it’s been a while since I’ve updated it; many of these items aren’t things we use often anymore or are no longer available. So here’s a recent version with all of our current favorite products! We LOVE Thrive Market and used it a lot when the world first shut down. Since then, I like to use it as an opportunity to restock our pantry (and wine rack heh) since the prices are way better than they are at Whole Foods.

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Thrive Market Faves

What to order from Thrive Market

Pantry staples:

Salad dressing! Primal Kitchen is my fave and they have all of the flavors. (We like vegan Ranch and Caesar.)

Nuts and seeds. Cashews, chia seeds, flax seeds, Nuttzo

Baking goodies: Almond flour, Simple Mills baking mixes, coconut sugar, chocolate chips, organic flour

Chosen Foods avocado oil

Rao’s pasta sauce

Banza pasta

Collagen (I’ve been using Vital Proteins for years but am going to try a new brand next time we order)

Garbanzo beans and black beans


White jasmine rice

Canned coconut milk

Epic bone broth

Four Sigmatic elixirs and Reishi hot cacao

Maple syrup. The giant 16oz jug is only $12.99

Snacks and treats:

Bars! The kids love the peanut butter chocolate chip GoMacro bars and the chocolate chip Z bars

Maple turkey jerky

This Paleo snack mix is LIIIIIIFE

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Artichoke hearts in a pack and pickled asparagus (these are great for salad toppings)

Good day Chocolate Energy (little caffeinated chocolate bites)

Hu chocolate

Yoga teas (the available flavors change every now and again but my top flavors are the caramel bedtime, Egyptian licorice mint, Blueberry green tea, and bedtime tea)

Simple Mills cookies or the Siete cookies

Cereal! They have awesome cereals and granola

Tuna packs


Paleo Puffs

Siete chips (the best)

Bienas chickpeas


They offer wine now and it is a JOY, let me tell ya. I got the clean wine starter pack and we’ve loved everything so far.

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Household goodies:

Stasher bags and Beeswax sandwich wrappers

Lavender candles

Hand soap and Meyer’s Castille Soap

The Defense Blend essential oil (I diffuse this from September – March each year)

Household cleaners (the Thrive Market brand is great)

Is Thrive Market worth it?

Thrive Market membership is $59.95 per year or $9.95 per month. I consider it like our Costco membership but feel like this has far more brands that I love. I think that the cost of the membership is absolutely worth it for the savings. They’ve added so many offerings since we started our membership back in 2016. You can get wild-caught seafood now, organic meat, and frozen meals in addition to all of the awesome options listed above.

So, tell me friends: are you a Thrive Market member? What are some of your favorite things to order?

If you’re not a member but would like to check it out, you can get 25% off your first order with my referral link.

Hope you have a wonderful day and I’ll see ya soon! Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today.



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