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17 Foods You Should Buy at Walmart During the Coronavirus Outbreak

From baking chocolate to cheese crisps, Walmart has you covered.
bag of lilys dark chocolate baking chips
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Weeks into the coronavirus-induced quarantine, you might be developing a routine for the "new normal" of staying at home. Going out to eat is no longer an option, and your favorite restaurants may not be open for takeout, either. But that doesn't mean you can't have some fun while you're at home! Whether it's adding some nostalgic snacks to your rotation or trying out Dalgona coffee, there are plenty of delicious ways to have fun at home.

And if Walmart is one of your favorite grocery stores, you're in luck! The chain has plenty of healthy options, as well as nostalgic classics. Here are some groceries you can get at the chain right now—they just might inspire your next grocery list.

1

Instant Coffee

great value instant coffee container

Come on, you know you want to try the whipped coffee trend! Even if you don't normally drink instant coffee, it's a great shelf-stable item to have on hand. And you might be surprised how much you love the whipped version.

$2.93 at Walmart
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2

Frozen Berries

frozen berries from walmart

Add them to smoothies or cook them into your morning oatmeal. Frozen foods are always great to have on hand, especially during the quarantine.

$1.98 at Walmart
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3

Lacroix

Lacroix sparkling water
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Just because you can't go to a restaurant doesn't mean you can't add a little something extra to your meal. Switch things up from your usual tap water routine with some sparkling water instead.

$3 for 8 cans at Walmart
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4

Lily's Dark Chocolate Baking Chips

bag of lilys dark chocolate baking chips

If you're stress baking during the quarantine, you're not alone. Up your recipes with these no-sugar-added baking chips for a delectable dessert.

$4.97 at Walmart
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5

Nuts

bag of walmart pistachios

Walmart's house brand, Great Value, has plenty of nut varieties for all your snacking and baking needs. And they come at competitive price points, too.

$10.98 at Walmart
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6

RXBAR

RXBAR chocolate sea salt protein bar

This popular protein bar is available at Walmart for all of your snacking needs! Even if you're just noshing on one while working from home, it's a healthy, shelf-stable option to have on hand.

$15.74 for 10 bars at Walmart
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7

Annie's Bunny Fruit Snacks

bunny fruit snack box

Whether you have kids at home or you're just feeling nostalgic for lunchbox treats, Annie's bunny snacks are sure to hit the spot. You deserve a little fun!

$9.99 for 20 pouches at Walmart
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8

Krave Beef Jerky

Krave Original Sea Salt

Add some protein to your work-from-home snack list with this delicious beef jerky. Available in flavors like black cherry barbecue and sweet chipotle (as well as original), Krave jerky has something for every meat eater's palate.

$4.99 at Walmart
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9

Whisps Cheddar Cheese Crisps

Need some cheese to go with that beef jerky? Whisps cheese crisps are the answer! Add a pouch to your snacktime routine for an instant boost.

$5.98 for 6 pouches at Walmart
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10

Russet Potatoes

Potatoes
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Potatoes are one of the most satiating foods out there, and they'll stay fresh longer than other vegetables if you store them correctly. Try them in one of these 13 Creative Ways to Use Potatoes!

$2.97 for a 5-pound bag at Walmart
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11

Justin's Classic Almond Butter

justins classic almond butter jar

Have a scoop of nut butter with fresh apple slices, or use it in a sandwich with your favorite jam. Nut butter is one staple that should always be in your pantry!

$6.97 at Walmart
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12

Canned Tuna

starkist canned tuna

Tuna is a great shelf-stable protein to help spread out your trips to the grocery store. Once you've used up the meat or seafood in your fridge and freezer, use canned tuna to make sandwiches, salads, and more.

$1.98 at Walmart
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13

Tessemae's Ranch Dressing

bottle of tessemaes ranch

Trust us: Tessemae's ranch dressings are the best you'll ever try. We love this no-sugar-added version, but the brand has plenty of other delicious dressings, too.

$3.97 at Walmart
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14

Ice Cream Sandwiches

great value ice cream sandwiches

Add a bit of nostalgia to your at-home meals with these classic ice cream sandwiches. Nostalgia is the best part!

$2.56 for 12 at Walmart
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15

Quaker Oats

quaker oats

Why mess with a classic? One tub of Quaker Oats will yield so many delicious breakfasts, and you can try plenty of different recipes. Not sure where to start? Try this Healthy Oatmeal With Peanut Butter and Banana Recipe.

$2.68 at Walmart
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16

Duncan Hines Mega Cookie Chocolate Chunk Pan Cookie Mix

duncan hines skillet cookie mix box

Skillet cookies are the ultimate comfort food dessert. Make things a little easier by using a cookie mix to satisfy those chocolate cravings.

$2.50 at Walmart
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17

Popcorn Indiana Kettle Corn

bag of popcorn indiana kettle corn

You can't visit your local movie theater, but you can still have a movie night at home with your favorite snacks! Try this kettle corn for an unexpected update to the classic movie food.

$2.68 at Walmart
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