Not familiar with the Whole30? Well, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: For 30 days, you’ll eat only whole foods—meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, spices, oils, nuts, and seeds—in order to reset unhealthy cravings and habits. What’s off-limits? Sugars, grains, dairy, alcohol, anything processed, and—the tricky part—anything that resembles those foods (no Paleo pancakes, gluten-free oats, or Whole30-approved cupcakes allowed). You’ll find Whole30 recipes, delicious Whole30 breakfast recipes, and easy Whole30 lunches and dinners to help you keep your diet going strong all week long and extending the whole 30 days!
1. Banana-Cherry Smoothie Bowl
This Banana Cherry Smoothie Bowl is a healthy and delicious breakfast treat! It’s refreshing, filling, and loaded with beautifying superfoods. Add all your favorite toppings for a treat suited just to your tastes. Almond butter, bananas, and lots of fruits and seeds make for a smoothie bowl that’s creamy, luxurious, and totally OK to eat on Whole30.
2. Zucchini Noodle Breakfast Bowl
Looking for a healthy, Whole 30 meal? I’m basically obsessed with any Whole30 recipes that include zoodles, and this Zucchini Noodle Breakfast Bowl features zucchini noodles covered in an avocado cream sauce and topped with roasted sweet potatoes and a fried egg. Grain free, dairy free, sugar free, and absolutely delicious!
3. 3-Ingredient Breakfast Skillet
One of the easiest Whole30 recipes! This 3 Ingredient Breakfast Skillet is hearty, flavorful and QUICK! It’s the perfect, customizable, week day breakfast. All you have to do to make this one-pan breakfast is combine eggs with ground turkey and salsa—try making your own, or opt for a store-bought version with all-natural ingredients and no added sugars.
4. Sweet Potato and Caramelized Onion Hash With Baked Eggs
If sweet potatoes aren’t already your best friend, this skillet-breakfast will create an eternal bond. The sweet caramelized onions make a great costar to egg and sweet potatoes’ starring role. Whole30 recipes are actually a lot easier to make than people think, and this hash is no exception! So delicious!
5. Berry Protein Power Smoothie
Protein is essential for maintaining the good health of our body’s tissues, and You don’t need to stick to dairy and soy to obtain the recommended daily intake – if you have variety in your diet, you will be just fine. A quality smoothie that really nourishes your body should be packed with valuable greens, antioxidant fruits, potassium, and vegan proteins. This smoothie can be prepared the night before, and will give you that extra boost of energy and protein all day.
6. Sweet Potato Hash Browns
These hash browns taste decadent and only need three ingredients: sweet potatoes, ghee, and a bit of garlic. Whole30 recipes have never been easier! These hash browns are perfect for an at-home brunch with friends or family. Serve with fried eggs, or whatever else you might want for breakfast!
7. Apple Cinnamon Hot Cereal
This easy Apple Cinnamon Paleo Hot Cereal is ready in just 10 minutes, free of added sugar, Paleo, and vegan. Just as delicious for an afternoon snack as it is for breakfast! No grains in this hot cereal—just lots and lots of different nuts, plus fruit and almond butter if you so desire. If you have no time in the morning, you can make the entire thing the night before – minus toppings – and simply top with a bit of almond milk, heat, top and eat. Super simple. Are you getting tired of me reminding you how easy it is to make Whole30 recipes?
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8. Loaded Guacamole Sweet Potato Fries
This take on loaded fries may not be an exact replica of the popular pub lunch, but you may find you actually prefer it to the original. Replacing dairy with the heart-aiding fatty acids of guac and throwing romaine lettuce in for some extra vitamins, the Whole30-compliant update is incredibly fresh-tasting and won’t send you into food coma.
9. Fiesta Chicken Salad
While many Whole30 recipes with chicken salads rely on a homemade mayonnaise, not all of us have the time, patience, or means to whisk up raw eggs with an immersion blender. Instead, try this mayo-free rendition, which gets its creamy texture from avocado and some Mexican flair from a few simple spices.
10. Healthy Avocado Tuna Salad
Proving again that you don’t need mayo to make deli salads delicious when it comes to Whole30 recipes, this recipe subs in mashed avocado to get the same creamy feel but with many more healthy fats and fiber. Scooped into romaine leaves, this salad is better than the original in taste, nutrition, and presentation too!
11. Avocado & Shrimp Salad
This quick & healthy avocado & shrimp salad recipe is easy to make and perfect for lunch! If you’re using pre-boiled shrimp, this no-cooking-required salad comes together in just a few minutes. With sharp red onion and cool avocado chunks accompanying the shellfish, the ingredients here make for a light but nutrient-dense meal.
12. Sausage and Kale Sauté
If you’re short on time but want a hot meal, this quick, four-ingredient recipe should be right up your alley. A fast 5 to 10 minute saute lets the kale and bell peppers retain their crispiness (plus many of their antioxidants) while making sure the meat is browned to perfection. Another one of those Whole30 recipes for those busy days.
13. Garlic Bacon Avocado Burgers
It only takes five ingredients to make seven juicy beef burgers for each day of the week—just check your bacon’s label to make sure it’s Whole30 approved. Quick to put together, cost-efficient, and freezable, these patties will make your life easier—and lunchtime yummier. Sign me up for any Whole30 recipes that include avocados!
14. Orange Almond Salad With Avocado
It’s hard not to look at the bright, happy colors in this sunny salad and not want to make it! Healthy fats dominate here, with almonds and avocado making for a creamy and crunchy contrast, while orange segments lift up the heavier ingredients with sweet, citrus juiciness. Also a great dinner starter salad. Eat a whole bowl guilt free since it’s paleo, Whole30, vegan, gluten free and low carb!
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15. Roasted Lemon Chicken With Potatoes & Rosemary
Already a pretty clean meal, the classic chicken and potatoes dish doesn’t need too much tweaking to become Whole30 compliant. Translation: It’s a great way to ease yourself into the plan. Just spruce up the protein with a spritz of lemon and the carbs with garlic and rosemary (another can’t-be-beat combo), and you’ve got a succulent dinner that’ll make you forget you gave up anything at all.
16. Jalapeño Turkey Burgers
With gluten, dairy, and even ketchup out of the picture, you’ve got to get creative to make burgers taste good with Whole30 recipes. Here, guacamole, a poached egg, and jalapeños up the ante. This extraordinary Jalapeño Turkey Burger is a perfect example of what you can create to make your diet that much easier to manage.
17. Grilled Salmon With Mango Salsa
Grilled Salmon with Mango Salsa – perfectly grilled flaky pink salmon topped with sweet and spicy mango salsa. No restrictions on healthy fats while on the Whole30 recipes diet! And thank goodness for that, because we have a feeling you wouldn’t be able to stay away from this cholesterol-slashing, omega-packed dish. Flaky salmon with a chunky mango salsa? Irresistible!
18. Skillet Beef Fajitas
Paleo Skillet Beef Fajitas is a one pot dinner dynamo, with flavors of sautéed peppers, onions, mushrooms and perfectly seasoned and seared steak. Ready in under 30 minutes makes this paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free and whole30 friendly recipe the perfect healthy weeknight dinner for the whole family. This homey Tex-Mex favorite is packed with veggies and a spicy kick. Throw everything in a skillet, and you’ll be done in 30 minutes. Just make sure your broth of choice is Whole30 approved.
19. Pork Roast With Sweet Potatoes, Apples, & Onion
Instead of sugary or preservative-laden applesauce, this Whole30 makeover of the favorite pork and apple combo uses fresh chunks of the fruit, roasting it for a naturally sweet side to the protein. With diced sweet potato pitching in for some additional carb action, this meaty dish scores plenty of produce points. One of my personal favorite Whole30 recipes!
20. Zucchini Noodles With Everything Pesto & Fried Eggs
I can’t NOT eat Whole30 recipes when they have zucchini noodles in them (I know I said that earlier, but it’s so true)! If spiralized zucchini never seemed like an adequate pasta alternative before, maybe this recipe will convince you. Lathered in a dairy-free pesto and topped with a fried egg, the zoodles are every bit as tasty as real spaghetti but with none of the gluten and a fraction of the carbs.
21. Sweet Potato & Kale Gratin
This gratin may be grain-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free, but it makes no compromises when it comes to flavor. A coconut milk-based cream sauce, fragrant with nutmeg, and an entire head of garlic (can’t have too much of those heart-healthy and anti-tumor benefits!), gets slathered generously between layers of sweet potato disks and kale for a one-pan dinner that’s light and decadent all at once. Another one of those Whole30 recipes that I love making for my friends (Spoiler alert: They all love it)!
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