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Today I’m sharing a free editable grocery list! Customise this grocery list to your liking by typing in your categories and items. Now you have a reusable grocery list that you can print out each time you go shopping.

Yes, you can fill in your own text on the PDF itself, save, and print! Grocery shopping might just become enjoyable with this pretty list.

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Free printable editable grocery list with text boxes you can type your own text in. Click here to download and print!

Free Editable Grocery List

It’s very easy to type in your own text on this printable grocery list. Simply open up the PDF file in Adobe Reader, fill in your text in the provided fields, save, and print!

That said, you don’t have to type in your grocery items. You can customise the categories, print out, and then write your items in by hand.

Free printable editable grocery list with text boxes you can type your own text in. Click here to download and print!

I’ve included pre-filled text like produce, bakery, baking, pantry, meat, dairy, household, other. If you don’t want to use the provided headings you can change it to anything you want. Which means you can type it in another language, too.

free editable grocery list template
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There’s also some empty lines at the top of the grocery list if you need more space or need to make notes like meal ideas.

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Supplies needed

– A printer. Here is the printer I use.
Regular office paper.

free printable grocery list - a fillable PDF file

How to use this free printable grocery list

1. Download the PDF file below.
2. Open the PDF file in Adobe Reader.
3. Type in your own text in the blue highlighted fields.
4. Go to File – Save.
5. Go to File – Print. In the print settings window, choose “Fit” under Page sizes and handling.
6. Print as many copies as you need on regular office paper. No cutting is necessary.
7. Stick it to your fridge.

Download your free editable grocery list here

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    1. Although I like the list it has one major drawback. You cant save an edited list as a master list.

  1. Looks lovely.. initially I read this as ‘edible grocery list’ that would be especially awesome 😀

    I wouldn’t mind using something like this but alas, I don’t own a printer and write up all my lists on my phone.

    1. Haha, I wonder what it would taste like? 😉 I’m also someone that likes to make lists on my phone. Thanks for coming over, Sarah!

  2. I love this! It’s so pretty. And I’m always writing my list out by department anyway. This would be so handy. Thanks so much for sharing at Inspire Me Wednesday. Featuring you in this week’s issue.

  3. This is the best EDITABLE, grocery list printable I’ve found on the Internet-and I’ve been searching for many days 🙂

  4. That is adorable! Thank you so much for all your freebies! this one is my fave, so easy to organize and with so much style!
    Thank you! ♥

  5. I’m just wondering what program did you use to make this beautiful grocery list? 🙂 I love creating too!

  6. I am so happy to have stumbled upon this beautiful and functional grocery list. Thank you for the fantastic freebie-and for making it editable! Just what I needed.

    1. Hey Tori, that happens sometimes. You’ll need to install the fonts used on the grocery list. I’ll email you with the info 🙂

      1. The same thing happened to me. Would you mind emailing the info to me as well? Thank you so much! I love this list and am so excited to use it!

        1. Hi Katie, I’ve just sent you an email. If anyone else has the same problem, all you need to do is install the fonts used on this grocery list. And you’ll need to be on your computer and be using the latest version of Adobe Reader. The fonts are Cyntho Slab Pro and Mathlete Bulky.

  7. This is wonderful. The best free, really editable yet stylish and refreshingly made grocery list I have across with. I love it. Thank you so much. This makes chores more fun.

  8. I absolutely love this! So pretty and the fact that it is customizable is so helpful for me and my family. Thank-you so much for this!

    ps – any chance you make a weekly meal planner.

  9. Thank you so much for helping me be/stay organized. This is such a pretty grocery list! I edited it with all of the items that I regularly purchase and when I printed it, I found that I had done something to mess up “household”. It now prints as “househo”, which is actually quite funny with my warped sense of humor, but I’d like to fix it. Mind telling me how, please? Thanks again!!!

    1. Hi Parris-Lynn. That is actually so funny, haha!! 🙂 I think the word could be too long for the text box, so it gets cut off. Unfortunately it’s not possible to make the text box longer. You could either shorten the word to house or something, or if you have Adobe Acrobat (a paid product) you could make the text box longer yourself.

  10. Oh, my goodness, THANK YOU! What an amazing gift you’ve created – and so pretty, too! I’ve been searching and searching for something like this. I would have taken a boring, old black and white one, if needed, but the colors, fonts, etc. are all beautiful bonuses.

  11. I could not get this to print. What did I do wrong? It only went to Microsoft Word and printed out some gibberish.

  12. Thank you SO much! So useful and beautiful! No more “I forgot toilet paper” moments 🙂

  13. I know this is an OLD post. But I just wanted to let you know how grateful I am for this. I use it weekly, and have for years.

  14. Thank you so much for these printables. They are what I was looking for. XoXo from Argentina!!

  15. Hello Carmia,
    Thank you so much for all the wonderful freebies. I am still very new to all this and I don’t know how I managed before. I really love all your designs, they are all so well thought out and very practical. What I would really like to know is, what kind of binder to use? I cannot seem to find one. At the moment I am pasting everything into a book, which is very time consuming. Could I use a leather bound refillable diary cover? If so, where would I get a letter punch like in your pictures?

    1. Hi BM! I’m so happy to hear that my designs are helpful to you. That really means a lot to me. Regarding a binder – if you are printing on A4 paper any regular A4 binder you can find at CNA or PNA is fine. If you are printing on A5 paper you can find an A5 binder from Mr. Price Home and you can also check out Typo. The A5 binder I use is from kikki.K – a bit expensive but really great quality. I just used a single paper punch to punch 6 separate holes in my A5 paper. But you could also order a 6 hole punch from Amazon. If you are just going to be using A4 paper and an A4 binder, a regular 2 hole punch would be fine.

  16. Thank you for the beautiful grocery list! Can’t tell you how much time you have saved me!

  17. Years later and I’m STILL using this list. Edited to add my own items of course, but this is still the only list I use 🙂

  18. This ticks all the boxes for me! it’s an attractive list, which is not at all necessary but definitely nice. When looking for a grocery list printable, i specifically wanted one that was broken down into sections of the store to save myself time and make it easier to give my husband…The best surprise of the list is that I can edit it on my computer and print it out. I have terrible handwriting and that makes it so easy for me. I immediately shared this with a friend because it is just so convenient.

  19. This list is great. However, when I print it out it is very faint and hard to read. I have a new printer, and plenty of ink. I even tried adjusting the settings…help?