Follow these Whole30 bloggers for delicious recipes to help you get through a round of the Whole30. All of these bloggers have a ton of Whole30 recipes on their blogs. You won’t have to spend hours searching the internet wondering what to make for dinner.
Follow these Whole30 Bloggers
- Jays Baking Me Crazy
- 40 Aprons
- Nom Nom Paleo
- Paleo Running Mama
- The Whole Smiths
- Whole Kitchen Sink
- Little Bits of Real Food
It is easy to make simple substitutions for your Whole 30 meals. Take spaghetti for example. Swap out the noodles for spaghetti squash.
Or for taco night have a taco salad and skip the tortillas. It’s easy to convert the meals that you already eat. But that will get boring and you’ll want something new.
Following these bloggers for Whole30 recipes will make your round so much easier, or should I say tastier!
Some go-to recipes you’ll want to save:
This Sloppy Joes recipe from Jays Baking Me Crazy is SO good! I could eat it all the time, it’s so delicious and it’s easy to make. This is delicious on potatoes, zoodles, or by itself. It is a must-have recipe to keep in rotation.
If you are looking for a recipe to throw into your crock pot try this Carnitas recipe from 40 Aprons. The carnitas is so good on a salad you will not miss the tortillas!
Tostones from Nom Nom Paleo is the perfect substitution for buns. You could use the tostones as a substitute for tortillas in the carnitas recipe above.
Eggroll in a bowl is definitely a go-to recipe when you are on a round of the Whole 30. Paleo Running Mama kicks it up a notch with Spicy Shrimp Egg Roll in a Bowl. There is only one thing to say, YUM!
The Whole Smiths Not-So Shepherd’s Pie is great for when you’re craving comfort food on a cool fall day.
Whole Kitchen Sink’s Sesame Chicken Chopped Salad is great for meal prepping lunches for the week.
Spaghetti Squash Chow Mein from Little Bits of Real Food is delicious. Perfect for when you are having a craving for Chinese takeout! Make sure to omit the Coconut sugar the recipe calls for. Coconut sugar is not allowed on the Whole30! Don’t worry this recipe is still delicious without it.
What is the Whole 30?
If you don’t already know the Whole 30 is an elimination diet that lasts for 30 days. It is a reset of your eating habits and relationship with food.
Eliminated from your diet for 30 days is:
- Specific additives Carrageenan, MSG, and added Sulfites
What You Can Eat:
- Vegetables ( tons!)
- Healthy fats (such as olive oil, coconut oil, almonds, cashews, and olives)
Here is another helpful post if you don’t already know the Basics of the Whole30.
Having a Plan helps
I’m currently on my third round of the Whole 30. Following these bloggers definitely makes meal planning a lot easier. I don’t spend hours on Pinterest looking for new ideas.
The Whole 30 can be intimidating. First, you have to learn what you can and can’t eat.
Once you figure that out you have to decide what you are going to make for your meals. You need to know every ingredient that goes into your mouth.
Having an idea ahead of time is helpful to complete your Whole 30.
If you follow these Whole30 bloggers for delicious recipes you will definitely be inspired to stick with the Whole 30 program!
Have you already completed a round of the Whole 30? What was your experience? Let me know in the comments:)