I just recently completed Whole30 and have decided to adapt to this way of eating as a lifestyle change. It was really challenging for me to come up with things to eat when I first started, but now I like to think of myself as somewhat as a pro. Whether you’re doing Whole30 or not, I’m sharing some delicious recipes that are nutritious too!
Comfort Noodles From The Clothes Make The Girl. This recipe is light, yet satisfying!
Butternut Stew With Pork And Spinach From The Sustainable Dish. Sometimes you just want a nice hearty bowl of soup, and this is exactly what this recipe is.
Turkish Stuffed Eggplant From The Domestic Man. Eggplants are one of those veggies that just doesn’t get enough love in my opinion, but they are so good and so versatile! You can leave the ground beef out and stick to stuffing them with eggs or other veggies if you don’t eat meat.
Creamy Tomato Soup From Paleo Comfort Foods. Just look at how rich this tomato soup is. Get a great kick of nutrients in this bowl.
Asian Meatballs From Nom Nom Paleo. Meatballs are my husbands favorite and I can’t wait to make this healthy version for him! Serve it over your favorite vegetables like green beans and brussels sprouts.
Sweet Potato Salad From Summer In Nanen. You may not be able to eat white potatoes while on Whole30, but sweet potatoes are just fine and even tastier.
Mini Egg Pizzas From Paleo Parents. This is another great recipe that vegetarians and non vegetarians can both enjoy. Just leave the bacon out if you don’t eat meat. We all crave pizza from time to time and this is a guilt free version you’re bound to love!
Italian Baked Eggs From Against All Grains. These look to-die0for good! Breakfast doesn’t have to be boring when you’re doing Whole30.
Chicken And Apple Sausages From Ancestral Chef. These sausages are easy to make, healthy, and delicious even on their own! Or serve them up with eggs and fruit for a yummy and filling breakfast.