Getting through a month of clean eating is a feat in itself. As you probably know, hopping on the Whole30 train means cutting a whole lot of foods cold turkey. Do you resign yourself to a month of straight-up spinach? Or… do you not even attempt the Whole30 to begin with? Contrary to popular belief, there are lots of flavorful, filling, and nutrient-packed recipes that will keep you going throughout the month without cheating on either of your meal plans. Top with lots of tahini and serve over warm greens. Sweet, savory, and super creamy, this soup proves you never have to feel hungry after a Whole30 dinner. Blend up sweet potatoes, carrots, and a lot of garlic, and top with cilantro, lime, and extra oven-baked almond slivers for added flavor and crunch. If you prefer a thicker texture, blend about half of the veggies and then fold the rest of them, whole, into your pot. Carb cravings? This intensely flavorful dish combines oven-baked spaghetti squash noodles, sweet onion, and rosemary so you can get your pasta fix without a spiralizer.
These baked keto kale chips are such a quick and healthy snack. A perfect replacement for popcorn or chips or as a side for your favorite healthy lunch! AIP, dairy free, gluten free, keto, low carb, paleo, whole30 and vegan, and so easy to make. Instant Pot butternut squash is so easy for meal prep or a healthy low carb side dish! Looking for a faster easier way to peel, cut, and cook butternut squash? Here’s how to cook butternut squash in an Instant Pot the easy way, without cutting it up first! Butternut squash is a simple low carb, gluten-free side dish – and cooking it whole in the Instant Pot makes it fast and easy. These super easy baked crockpot sweet potatoes are perfect for busy weekdays! Slow cooker sweet potatoes are the easy way to cook sweet potatoes when you don’t want to turn on the oven. Quick, easy, gluten-free, paleo, vegan, and Whole Make them ahead for meal prep to use in recipes and when you need an easy dinner. Just stuff with your favorite toppings – chicken, salsa, vegetables, pulled pork – the options are endless!
The idea is to reset your body by eliminating foods that can be considered inflammatory, which, on top of legumes, grains and diary, includes soy, alcohol, and sugar. It claims to give people clearer skin, more energy, and fewer headaches, to name a few. These Whole30 vegetarian meals will get you through your 30 days, sans meat. Turnip the beet with this savory salad that checks off every box: high in protein, rich in vitamins, and pretty to look at. Get the recipe. Per serving: calories, 21 g fat 3 g saturated, 15 g carbs, mg sodium, 7 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 10 g protein. Take your cauliflower rice up a notch and venture into risotto territory. Omit the cheese and bacon for the vegetarian take on the dish, and be sure to use vegetable stock instead of chicken. Per serving: calories, 11 g fat 4 g saturated, 16 g carbs, mg sodium, 4 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 12 g protein. This hearty fall-themed salad will leave you feeling full and glowing with energy.