This Is What’s in Your Grocery Cart, Based on Your Zodiac Sign

We found something for every sign!

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What’s in Your Grocery Cart, Based on Your Zodiac Sign_2
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Building your grocery list? Before you consult the refrigerator, consult the stars. Here’s what to put in your cart, based on your zodiac sign.

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Aries: Ice Cream or Frozen Fruit

March 21 to April 19

As a fire sign, the last thing you need in your life, Aries, is more heat. Opt for something cool, instead—like a pint of ice cream or a frozen-fruit smoothie. If the latter is speaking your name, you might also love one of these frosty drinks. Aah…so refreshing.

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Taurus: Spaghetti Sauce

April 20 to May 20

When it comes to quick and easy dinners, few dishes are more practical and reliable—like you, Taurus—than a box of pasta and a jar of marinara sauce. While you appreciate that you can always count on the store-bought kind, for nights when you’re feeling a fancy, try one of these homemade pasta sauce recipes.

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Peanut Butter and Jam sandwich on whole grain white bread with peanut butter jar and jam jar in background with loaf of bread and bottle of milk.
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Gemini: Peanut Butter & Jelly

May 21 to June 20

You like things that come in pairs, Gemini—after all, your sign is the twins. And what goes better together than peanut butter and jelly? If you want to spice up your sandwich (to match your playful personality), consider adding one of these creative PB&J ingredients.

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Holiday crostini skewers with cranberry sauce, brie, salami, and mint on a wooden server
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Cancer: Brie and Salami

June 21 to July 22

You’re a people person, compassionate Cancer, so there’s rarely a time when you don’t have friends or family over. To satisfy your social butterfly tendencies—and keep your guests happily fed—stock up on all the makings of everyone’s favorite charcuterie board, like creamy Brie and savory salami.

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Leo: Sriracha and Flamin’ Hot Cheetos

July 23 to August 22

Look up “fiery” in the dictionary and you’re likely to find your picture next to it, bold Leo. So naturally, when you’re roaming the grocery store, you’re drawn to spicy snacks like Flamin’ Hot Cheetos or a bottle hot sauce.

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Virgo: Whatever’s on Sale!

August 23 to September 22

Cue the couponing! Your practical—and frugal—side loves saving money, Virgo. That means planning your weekly grocery list based on whatever is currently on sale. (In other words, you are not the person who’s going to blow $8 on a pint of fancy gelato.) Psst: You’ll probably love these budget dinner ideas.

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Healthy meal prep containers with quinoa Stuffed Sweet Potatoes, cookies, nuts and berries, overhead shot
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Libra: Cookies and Kale

September 23 to October 22

It’s no coincidence that your sign is the scales, Libra—you crave balance in every area of your life. And that includes your grocery cart. So it’s no surprise that while you have a package of Oreos or Chips Ahoy in there, you also have some good-for-you produce like fresh kale.

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Scorpio: Dark Chocolate and Steak

October 23 to November 21

A little bit moody, a little bit sensitive, a little bit sensual—that’s you, Scorpio. So you like foods that are equally luxurious and intense, like a bar of creamy dark chocolate or a nice, juicy ribeye steak. And speaking of the latter, here’s how to buy the best steak, according to experts.

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Sagittarius: Granola Bars

November 22 to December 21

Work. Happy hour. PTA meetings. Spin class. You’ve always got something going on, Sag, so you’ll need easy grab-and-go snacks for your busy lifestyle. If you don’t have time to whip up easy snacks, stick to healthier packaged items like granola bars.

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Healthy Beet Juice and Kombucha Drink on Messy Black Slate Table with Fresh Beets in Bowl
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Capricorn: Kombucha and Fresh Vegetables

December 22 to January 19

You’re nothing if not driven, Capricorn. When you put your mind to something—including your diet—you go after it 100%. So when you resolved to eat healthier this year back on January 1, you’re still sticking to it with all the nutritious eats like digestion-boosting kombucha and fresh vegetables galore.

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Aquarius: Ramen Fixings

January 20 to February 18

Of all the signs, you’re the most eclectic and adventurous, Aquarius. Which means you aren’t going to settle for the same old at the grocery store—instead, you’re going to branch out with international picks, like Ramen noodles for an authentic Asian dinner.

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Pisces: Lucky Charms and Sushi

February 19 to March 20

Whimsical and artsy: two words to describe both you and your foods of choice, Pisces. Whether it’s a box of Lucky Charms (perfect for your sweet personality, too) or a spicy tuna roll (you are the fish sign!), you’re a firm believer that food is meant to be fun. Psst: Here’s how to make your grocery store sushi even tastier.

Amanda Tarlton
As both a freelance lifestyle writer and editor for a national teen magazine, Amanda spends most of her time creating #content. In those (rare) moments when she's not at her desk typing furiously, she's likely teaching a hot yoga class, reading the latest chick-lit or baking a batch of her famous scones.