Be one step closer to a fitter physique with these Whole30 recipes.
The idea of giving up sugar, grains, dairy, legumes, and alcohol for 30 days sounds like an impossible feat.
Sure, it will help you lose weight and improve digestion. But you also might be thinking, “What on earth is left to eat?”
Relax. You can still enjoy plenty of foods while on the Whole30 diet.
Here, I have you covered from Monday thru Sunday, from breakfast to dinner.
These dishes aren’t just delicious, but super filling, too. They’re proof that going Whole30 isn’t as difficult as you make it to be.
This Waldorf salad is made extra hearty and tasty with chunks of chicken.
Made with grapes, celery, almonds, chicken, and tahini, this salad is out-of-this-world delicious.
The use of tahini instead of mayo or Greek yogurt doesn’t just make the salad extra scrumptious, but also Whole30-compliant.
It’s so rich and creamy, you’ll want to add this to your weekly menu even if you’re not following the Whole30 diet.
I’m obsessed with salmon. It’s the kind of protein that’s just delicious no matter what.
Heck, you don’t even need to cook it. Just slice and serve it fresh for some irresistible sashimi.
But for this recipe, the salmon is made extra special with a flavorful spice rub. It’s grilled to perfection, then garnished with creamy avocado salsa on top.
A simple way to add flavor to any dish is to top it with a dollop of sauce. This cold and creamy tzatziki is a perfect example.
Made with cashew yogurt, cucumber, dill, garlic, and lemon juice, this tzatziki is wonderfully rich and refreshing.
It’s not just Whole30-friendly, but vegan and gluten-free, to boot.
Serve these deviled eggs at any party, and they’ll be a certified hit!
They’re Whole30, paleo, and keto-friendly. More importantly, they’re seriously delish.
The egg yolks are mixed with mustard, mayo, butter, and vinegar, giving them a ridiculously creamy yet well-balanced flavors.
Adding extra oomph to this appetizer are bacon crumbles and smoked paprika sprinkled on top.
Sheet pan dinners are such a treat. They always turn out extremely tasty and they’re such a cinch to make!
This sheet pan dish feature shrimp, sausage, onions, and asparagus seasoned with Old Bay and served with lemon aioli.
It’s a phenomenal surf-and-turf, cooked the easy way.
Here’s another sheet pan meal that’s a certified crowd-pleaser. I mean, it’s flank steak and bell peppers roasted in a glorious chipotle sauce!
You’ll love the complementing flavors of the savory steak, sweet peppers, and smoky chipotle.
Whether you serve this with cauliflower rice or enjoy it on its own, you’re sure to have an unforgettable meal.
A combination of chicken, bacon, Brussels sprouts, and apples, this sheet pan meal bursts with an explosion of flavors.
The sweet and tangy rosemary balsamic sauce makes all the components taste even better. It also makes your entire house smell sooo good.
The best part is how easy it is to make. Just dump all the ingredients on the pan and bake!
Traditional quiches have a pastry crust at the bottom. It’s easy to turn it into a Whole30-friendly dish, though.
Just use potatoes instead of pastry and you’re all set.
Besides the crisp potato crust, it’s also loaded with creamy eggs and a medley of vegetables.
Rich, savory, and hearty, this quiche is a great way to start your day.
The sweet and snappy shrimp is undoubtedly the star of this dish. But that sauce is also pretty incredible.
The sauce is made with olive oil, lime juice, cilantro, garlic, and loads of seasonings. It’s rich, earthy, smoky, and refreshing at the same time.
It’s so good, you’ll want to bathe in it!
This easy one-skillet chicken cacciatore combines the goodness of chicken, mushrooms, carrots, bell peppers, onions, and tomatoes in one dish.
Tying all the ingredients together is a scrumptious tomato sauce seasoned with tons of herbs and spices.
Pro-tip: serve this dish with veggie noodles for a hearty meal.
A colorful medley of sweet potatoes, bacon, bell peppers, and fresh herbs, this hash is the ultimate breakfast.
Oh, and did I mention this dish is garnished with fried eggs on top? Just watching the golden yolks ooze into the dish will give you so much pleasure.
Want perfectly cooked asparagus? Count on the air fryer to get the job done.
With the air fryer, your asparagus spears will be wonderfully crispy on the outside and tender on the inside in no time.
Plus, as they’re seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice, garlic powder, salt, and pepper, these spears are surprisingly packed with flavor.
Juicy chicken breasts crispy asparagus spears are flavored with an immaculate mix of lemon, garlic, and mustard.
There’s nothing new about this flavor profile, but it doesn’t disappoint. Its savory, tangy, and garlicky taste is purely phenomenal.
Grilled chicken breasts are topped with bruschetta and finished with a sweet balsamic and maple drizzle.
This dish is simple yet seriously delectable.
From the juicy chicken to the refreshing bruschetta topping to the sweet balsamic glaze, it’s highly irresistible.
It comes together in no time, too! In just 25 minutes, dinner is served.
Craving rice but can’t have grains? Not to worry, as this cauliflower rice has you covered.
While the taste and texture is different from real rice, the faux fried rice is absolutely delicious.
It’s stir-fried with carrots, onions, garlic, and scrambled eggs, and seasoned with tons of herbs and spices. No wonder it’s so good.
Have you ever tried cooking steak in the air fryer? I know it sounds risky, but believe in the capabilities of your air fryer.
With the air fryer, never again will you end up with dry and rubbery steak.
Just follow this recipe, and you’ll have tender and juicy steak 100% of the time.
What do you get when you combine crispy-tender potatoes and juicy chicken flavored with garlic butter sauce?
A mind-blowingly scrumptious dish, that’s what!
You really can’t go wrong with chicken and potatoes. These two are a match made in heaven.
Add the garlic butter sauce into the picture and it gets even better.
This ground beef and vegetable soup is as hearty and delicious as it is colorful.
Filled to the brim with perfectly seasoned ground beef, potatoes, carrots, onions, and tomatoes, this truly is what soup dreams are made of.
Loaded with carbs, vegetables, protein, and fat, you don’t need anything else whenever this soup is involved. The dish is a complete meal on its own.
Tender and juicy tenderloin is based with honey Dijon, wrapped in prosciutto, and roasted to perfection.
How awesome is it that a dish this indulgent is also Whole30-friendly? This is a meal you’ll want to serve even if you’re not following the diet!
Plump and sweet shrimp pieces are blackened with a spice and herb mix and pan-fried to perfection.
You’ll love how the blackened seasoning creates a crisp and earthy crust around the tender shrimp.
Serve the shrimp in lettuce and top with onions, mango salsa, and avocado for the perfect low-carb tacos.
How can something so adorable be embarrassingly easy to make?
These baked egg and sweet potato nests only call for 2 ingredients, but they’re ridiculously scrumptious.
The sweet potato shreds are a wonderful mix of textures: crispy, tender, and crunchy.
The sunny side-up egg on top complements the potatoes with its umami-rich flavor.
Another spud-tastic dish that absolutely won’t disappoint are these sweet potato fries. They’re curly, crunchy, crispy, and sweet on the inside.
The only problem I have with it is how addictive it is! Self-control is definitely a must-have whenever this snack is involved.
Brussels sprouts aren’t the most well-loved vegetable, but with this recipe, they’ll be a hit even with kids.
Drizzled with a sweet garlic balsamic glaze and roasted with bacon, these Brussels sprouts are nothing short of perfection.
They’re crispy on the outside, creamy and nutty on the inside, and flavored in the best way possible.
Here’s another salmon dish you’ll absolutely enjoy.
In this recipe, the fish is drizzled with ghee, thyme, rosemary, and garlic. It’s then wrapped in foil and baked to perfection.
The resulting dish is ridiculously tender, fatty, flaky, and packed with rich and earthy flavors.
Just because you’re on a diet doesn’t mean you can’t indulge. With this recipe, you’ll enjoy a juicy and meaty burger a la In ‘N Out!
Instead of buns, we’ll stick with iceberg lettuce to still be Whole30 compliant. But I promise you, these burgers are still phenomenal even without the buns.
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