Free Grocery Shopping List – Printable template

Ever wanted a free shopping list that was organized by grocery store sections? I put together a free, printable grocery shopping list that you can fill out online using Acrobat, or just print out and fill in by hand.

Definitely put a copy of this in your family cookbook as you build one with our cookbook software. That way all your family members can save time while making a grocery list too!

Here’s the version you can use to check boxes right from your computer (using Acrobat).

If you want to just print it out and fill it in by hand, click here.

I hope you enjoy it! If you like it, you might also enjoy some of our great kitchen gifts!


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  1. That is so cool!!! I’m going to print some and punch holes for putting into an organizer. After my mother died in April I started using her organizer for everything. This would be perfect! I hate having to write out my grocery list.

    Such a wonderful idea!!!


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  3. I have tried to print out your printable grocery list and it doesn’t print. I do have the correct software, however it doesn’t print. Any suggestions?

  4. Hi Vi-
    You should be able to click on picture of the chart and it’ll bring up a new browser window with the chart in it. If you can’t print that, it’s because of a printer problem on your computer. Tough to diagnose beyond that, I’m afraid.

  5. I downloaded this and it is awesome. We use it every week. My family and I sit down at the computer and make the list so that we get all of things we need in one trip, I am not big on going to the store. This has made getting groceries a little less stressful. Thanks!

  6. Thank you for this. I’ve been meaning to create my own for several months now and just have not found the time. Thanks or doing it for me!

  7. Thank you for offering this list. Whenever I take my mom shopping we end up buying things she doesn’t need as well as making 3 trips for those she does at 20 min to get there you can see we save alot of time

  8. I am pleased you have this site. It looks very interesting. I am usually sloppy with my lists and I think this will help.

  9. So what happened to the 2.49 price of the shopping list pad?! I was gonna buy one but it was NOT 2.49, but your website above says it is… false adverstisement.

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  11. I used this program to make a ‘Family Cookbook” for my grown children and grandchildren. We made a pact years ago – no Christmas gifts any longer for adults just enjoy the day, have a great meal and watch the little ones enjoy what Santa brought. Two years ago I gave everyone this cookbook – it was the hit of the day. They love it and I add to it all the time.

  12. Great shopping list template. Is there anyway to edit the list? Under Canned goods you have beans listed twice and no peas spot. Thanks Matilda

  13. pretty awsome. im waiting for the recipe template to load. while im waiting i looked at the shopping list which is okay. yeah i know i need those things, but how much of each. something to type in exactly would be super awesome. like for these 3 recipes ill need 2 pounds of chicken and 2 pounds of shrimp,,, for example..

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