We're back at it with another $100 grocery haul! This time we're bringing you a week's worth of recipes that are especially great for all the athletes out there. With high protein options explore these dishes that will fuel you on and off the field (or gym, or pool or track... you get the point!).

Watch our instructional video and view a full-priced grocery list with a week's worth of delicious and nutritious recipes included.

We assume that the average person has a pantry with common foods/ingredients in stock. Below is our pantry list of items we thought you might already have (and not included in the total price). Keep in mind that depending on your pantry, total prices may vary.

Pantry list:
Olive oil
Sesame oil
Coconut oil
Salt
Pepper
Soy sauce
Honey
Sriracha hot sauce
Vinegar
Rice vinegar
Apple cider vinegar
Garlic powder
Vanilla extract
Steak spice
Stevia or sweetener of choice



For a full list of recipes from the video click here.

Grocery list:
Sprouted bread - $4.50
2 red onions - $1.50
250 g sliced mushrooms - $2
1 bunch Parsley - $1
6 yellow potatoes - $2
1 sweet potato - $2
1 butternut squash - $3
2 L chicken stock - $4
3 bell peppers - $3.50
Pesto (small jar) - $3
1/2 head red cabbage - $1
2 beefsteak tomatoes - $1.50
2 carrots - $1
1 head garlic - $0.50
1 jar peanut butter - $4
2 salmon fillets - $8
750 ml Greek yogurt - $5
Whole free range chicken - $15
1 bunch spinach - $1.50
1.5 cups brown rice - $1
3 cups granola - $2
1 cup quinoa - $2
Raspberries - $2.50
Blackberries - $2.50
Brown rice vermicelli - $1
Coconut milk - $2
1 thumb ginger - $0.50
1 dozen free range eggs - $6
1 avocado - $1
1 lemon - $0.50
2 lime - $1
1 bag bean sprouts - $2
1 bunch green onions - $0.75
2 heads broccoli - $4
2 zucchini - $1
1 head celery - $2
1 bag frozen peas - $3

Grand total - $98.75 

If you haven't already tried them check out our original $100 grocery haul and our $100 grocery haul - vegetarian edition.

Stay tuned to the GoodLife Blog for more $100 grocery shop options.