Whole30 is an eating plan that can actually become a lifestyle depending on how you approach it. The idea is that you want to eat foods that have not been processed at all such as bread, sugar, and desserts. This sounds easy at first until you start reading labels and realizing everything is processed on some level.
The key is to stick to the perimeter of the grocery store when all the fresh food is. Walking down a cookie aisle is where the craving starts and your diet ends. This approach to eating is not only healthy but very achievable – especially with delicious meals like these ones.
When it comes to breakfast, it’s easy to assume that a good meal is bacon, eggs, and toast. With Whole30 though, anything processed is out of the question.
Enter sweet potato waffles. They are absolutely Whole30 approved and beyond delicious! You can make them sweet or savory, just pick your toppings accordingly.
Have you ever noticed that if you just take out the “r” from craving, you have the word caving? Coincidence? I think not.
Eating well can be such a challenge when you’re craving hamburgers and tacos! Thankfully, this Whole30 dish will satisfy both those cravings without caving!
Meatloaf is a dish that is nostalgic for many of us as we grew up with our parents making it for supper on the regular. It’s no secret that it isn’t the best for you – but also not the worst!
So with that in mind, this Whole30 meatloaf is here to once again help you enjoy a meal without your body suffering later.
A colorful meal is a healthy meal – and no that does not mean a meal of M&M’s is good for you. Sorry.
This thai chicken noodles bowl is absolutely to die for with a zesty peanut sauce and piles of veggies. Instead of wheat noodles, you can enjoy this with Zoodles – zuchini noodles!
What is the best part of an egg roll? The filling, obviously! So why eat the part of the egg roll that isn’t good for your body?
This recipe will help you enjoy your Chinese cuisine without sacrificing your well being. After this meal, you’ll never think twice about why you’re cooking Chinese instead of ordering it.
Stuffed peppers are a crowd favorite because they are the perfect mix of truly inspiring flavors, while also being a veggie everyone generally enjoys.
This recipe is made with your body in mind instead of your cravings. This meals that instead of being packed with fatty ingredients that are all the wrong types of fat you want, these pretty little things will actually fuel you for your evening.
Spaghetti squash is a fantastic alternative for when you are craving those carbs like nothing else and you just have to have pasta!
By the time you’re finished gobbling it up, you won’t even remember what you were missing before this supper!
Sweet potatos make fantastic french fries, mashed potatoes, and so much more. They are also a wonderful plan to stuff food inside!
These sweet potatoes are anything but boring. Stuffed with toppings similar to that of a pizza, your family members won’t even realized they’re missed out on anything.
Sloppy joes will either sound foreign to you or remind you of busy family or camp meals where you loaded red meat onto white bread and enjoyed the messiest supper ever.
To bring back an oldie but a goodie, this sloppy joe won’t make you feel disgusting – you will actually feel revitalized!
Need we say more? This dish is not only colorful, but it contains high-quality ingredients. Steak and fresh veggies are a great choice when you need to be filled right up.
High in protein and vitamins, you can be sure that your hunger will be satiated by the end of mealtime.
When in doubt, make a burrito bowl! You can customize it to your favorite flavors while also making sure that you’re having piles of veggies and even some fruit!
Did you know that tomatoes and avocados are both fruit?! It’s a crazy thought but we promise – it’s true!
Have you ever been shopping at Ikea and stopped for lunch? The food may not be healthy, but it sure is delicious!
This recipe is similar to that of the Swedish meatballs you can get at Ikea. Served in a creamy sauce, these meatballs are a great source of lean protein.
If you’re a fan of a little spice in your life, these noodles are for you! They may look like normal noodles but they’re actually spaghetti squash noodles.
Top off your spicy noodles with a hardboiled egg and some basil for added greenery and flavor.
Ranch dressing is usually a no-go when you’re eating very healthy, but every once in a while, some genius comes up with a healthy alternative, and we all jump on board for it!
These chicken skewers are fantastic for grilling when healthy eating is a priority, as well as flavor.
Anything with coconut milk in it is almost always guaranteed to be absolutely scrumptious. Add in some lime, and you have yourself one tropical dish!
With this recipe, you can decide how you want to serve the chicken. If you’re low carb, skip the rice and have it on a bed of greens and grilled peppers!
Do you ever just have a hankering for a good, deep-fried piece of breaded chicken? It’s so unfortunate that it’s so bad for you!
Instead, try adding flavor to your healthy chicken breast by adding an almond crust. Roast your favorite veggies along with it and enjoy!
Hot dogs may be delicious, but a healthy, locally-sourced sausage is even better. Avoid the carbs in a hot dog bun by making this one-pan supper.
The best part about this meal is that these sausages and veggies are seasoned with piles of flavor that will make you forget about those low quality hot dog cravings in a jiffy.