Whole30 Roundup Week 3

Well, week 3 or week 1, depending on your point of view based on my wedding last weekend.

But for those of you who have been following me since week 1 (and particularly if you’re doing your own Whole30), I’ve laid out the Whole30 introduction and shared some tips to surviving a Whole30…today I’m going to share a few of my favorite Whole30 recipes!


True, some of these are my own – but I’m sharing them because they are quick and easy – they tend to be go-to meals for me and The Husband. Other recipes are from some of my favorite paleo/whole30 blogs. Most these are (again) quick and easy, which for me is a key element in surviving a Whole30, but for those of you who are a little more adventurous in the kitchen or are up for a bit of a challenge, I’ve included some of my favorites that may be a little more time intensive, but totally worth it.


Super Simple Breakfasts

Chorizo and Sweet Potato Hash (can be made for breakfast or for dinner)

Apple Cinnamon Sausage Patties

Truffled Eggs with Spinach and Mushrooms

Paleo Sausage Egg “McMuffins” by Michelle of Nom Nom Paleo

Baked Eggs in Bacon Rings by Paleo Plan (ensure your bacon contains no added sugar)

Breakfast Meat Sauce by Juli of PaleOMG (a little more time intensive)

Lunch Ideas (I’m low on lunch ideas because I often take leftovers with me for lunch)

Curried Egg Salad in Romaine Cups

Apple Almond Butter Sliders by Three Diets One Dinner

Mexican Chicken Salad by Tarah of What I Gather

My Favorite Dinners

Lemon Rosemary Salmon with Roasted Asparagus

Crab Cakes

Ginger Chili Lime Shrimp

Peachy Pork-a-Bobs, by Michelle of Nom Nom Paleo (a little more time intensive)

Deconstructed Gyro Salad by Melissa of The Clothes Make The Girl

Sundried Tomato Chicken Bake, by Sarah of Everyday Paleo

Barbecue Chicken by Josh of Slim Palate

Zucchini Carpaccio, by Elana of Elanas Pantry (super simple!)

Lemon and Mushroom Chicken, by Heather of Living Low Carb

whole30 approved

What are some of your favorite Whole30 recipes?

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