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Iceland – Weekly shop for one on Keto (UK)

Walking into a supermarket and trying to find keto-friendly products can be a bit daunting as it takes time to check all the nutrition labels and understand what should be avoided. To make things easier I’ve gone and created a sample shopping list for keto products in Iceland. And no they don’t just sell frozen food!

This shopping list is based on one person following the keto diet with a daily carb limit of around 20-25g. Of course, this list assumes that you already have some basic ingredients at home, like oils, spices & herbs.

What’s in my Iceland keto basket?

iceland keto shopping list

To make it easier to navigate the supermarket, I’ve broken the shopping list down into specific categories (i.e. aisles in the store). I also like to cook, so don’t expect many ready-made meals! Admittedly, most are high in carbs and should be avoided where possible.

While Iceland is famous for frozen food, I won’t be focusing too much on that as I don’t have a large freezer and most are foods that are not keto-friendly.

Online orders: Iceland also offers free delivery on orders over £35 subject to availability.

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Fresh / Meat & Chicken

Browse the entire range of products here.

Iceland British Beef Mince 450g£2.003
Iceland Class A Fresh Chicken Wings with Skin on£2.002
Iceland Unsmoked Back Bacon 1kg£5.001
Total: £15.00

Fresh / Cheese

Browse the entire range of products here.

Iceland Mild & Creamy Mozzarella Cheese 210g£0.502
Iceland British Mature Cheddar Cheese 180g£1.001
Total: £2.00

Fresh / Fruit, Veg & Salads

Browse the entire range of products here.

Farmer’s Market Button Mushrooms 125g£0.551
Iceland Little Gem Lettuce 2 Pack£0.851
Iceland Salad Tomatoes£0.751
Iceland Courgettes 500g£1.001
Total: £3.15

Fresh / Milk, Butter & Eggs

Browse the entire range of products here.

Iceland Class ‘A’ 10 Large Fresh Eggs£1.001
Iceland 15 Mixed Sized Eggs 807g£1.251
Iceland British Fresh Double Cream 300ml£1.101
Alpro Almond Unsweetened Roasted Long Life Drink 1L£1.602
Anchor Westbury Wiltshire Butter 250g£1.801
Total: £8.35

Fresh / Coleslaws & Pasta Tubs

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Iceland Cheese Coleslaw 300g£1.001
Total: £1.00

Food Cupboard / Tinned Fish & Seafood

Browse the entire range of products here.

John West Tuna Chunks in Brine 4 x 145g£3.002
Total: £6.00

Food Cupboard / Tinned Meat & Pies

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Wikinger 8 Hot Dogs Bockwurst Style in Brine 550g£1.001
Total: £1.00

Frozen / Frozen Meat & Chicken

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Iceland Salt & Pepper Chicken Wings 850g£3.001
Total: £3.00

So that’s a weekly keto shop for one in Iceland. Admittedly, that’s quite a bit of food and would normally last me a bit longer but hopefully you get some ideas! Let’s take a look at the total.

Shopping basket total: £39.50

Downsides of Iceland

You can buy the vast majority of your weekly shop in Iceland but there are a few items that are either more expensive or they just don’t stock.


  • Almond milk – £1.60 vs. £1 elsewhere.
  • Daily essentials – Coffee (limited range), Sweetener, etc…
  • Spices & Herbs – you won’t be able to buy many spices and herbs in Iceland.

Treat meals

If you’re after some ready-made takeaway style meals then take a look at our article for the top 6 Iceland keto friendly curries and sides (UK).

Meal ideas

So now you have the ingredients, what’s the way to prepare them? Check out some sample meals below containing the items in the Iceland keto shopping list.


Butter Coffee (Bulletproof)

cup of coffee

Recipe available here.

Days: Mon-Sun

Ingredients (from shopping list): Butter, double cream

Additional ingredients required: Coffee, Water, Coffee Syrup (optional), MCT Oil

Bacon & Scrambled Eggs

Ingredients (from shopping list): Bacon, butter & eggs

Optional: Add some keto friendly tomato ketchup (check out our article on that here).


Tuna Salad

Days: Mon-Sun (with two cans leftover)

Ingredients (from shopping list): Tuna, Tomato & Lettuce

Additional ingredients required: Mayo, Lemon Juice, Chives (optional), Salt & Pepper

Summary: Drain tuna can combine with 1 chopped tomato & handful of sliced lettuce. Add 2 tbsp of mayo, 1 tsp of lemon juice and mix until combined. Season with salt & pepper and sprinkle some chives on top. Optional – add some chilli flakes for added heat.


Sweet & Spicy Keto Sriracha Wings

Keto Sriracha Wings

Recipe available here, best served with butter.

Days: Mon/Tue (optionally again later in the week)

Ingredients (from shopping list): Chicken Wings

Additional ingredients required: Sriracha, Baking power, paprika, garlic powder, sesame oil, vinegar and sweetener.

Servings: Half a box of wings per meal.

Loaded Courgette Fries

Ingredients (from shopping list): Courgettes, Cheddar & Mozzarella

Additional ingredients required: Salt & pepper, cayenne powder and olive oil

Summary: Chopp courgettes into fries, place in a large bowl. Drizzle with olive oil, cayenne powder, salt & pepper and mix to combine. Place on a foiled baking sheet and cook at 180c for 30 minutes (or until brown). Ten minutes before done sprinkle shredded cheddar and mozzarella over fries and turn oven up by 20c to melt cheese.

Optional: Fry some mince and add on top of the fries for some extra flavour and added protein!

Beef in Creamy Peppercorn Sauce

Ingredients (from shopping list): Mince, Double cream, Butter, Mushrooms

Additional ingredients required: Beef stock, Red onion, Pepper, Xanthan gum

Recipe: Found here

Summary: Fry the mince and mushrooms then prepare the sauce. Mix together and serve perhaps with cauliflower rice or courgette/swede fries.


Compared to other shops the Iceland keto order comes in a bit higher but still under £40. The food will also likely last longer than a week so it will average out to the same price over a longer period.

If you have a large freezer then you can do a much larger order and make this much more cost-effective as some of the frozen meats and veg are priced very competitively. This all results in making Iceland a very viable keto shop.

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