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Last Updated on June 13, 2020

whole30 recipes

I have never tackled the Whole 30.  It sounds like the dietary version of  Navy Seal Camp to me.  The diet breaks down the old you and you come out stronger, healthier and a little more rock and roll.

Honestly the thought of giving up dairy sounds like my version of hell which is why I continue to avoid it.   What I  like about the Whole30 diet is that it gets you back to the basics.  It helps you figure out what hidden allergies you might be dealing with.  It helps you break away from cravings and unhealthy eating habits.  You will lose weight on the diet.  Also, not to be forgotten, it’s also a delicious diet to be on with tons of Whole30 recipes that will keep a smile on your face.

 Breakfast

Paleo breakfast skillet

Paleo Poached Eggs with Creamy Spinach

 Scotch Eggs

Ham and Broccoli Frittata

Apple Pie Omelet

Homemade Turkey Sausage

 Eggs Blackstone

Parsnip Carrot Mash with Lemon Zest & Thyme

Sweet Potato breakfast salad

Easy Paleo Ghee Hollandaise Sauce

Lunch

Paleo Cajun Crab Cakes

Ropa Vieja: Cuban Shredded Beef and Peppers

Warm Liver & Toasted Cashew Salad

 Vegetable Curry Butternut Soup

 Garlic Shrimp With Sausage And Broccoli “Rice”

 Sausage-Stuffed Zucchini

Walnut Pesto Stuffed Chicken

Paleo Pulled Pork Sliders

Albacore Salad

Spaghetti Squash stuffed with Meatballs and Brown Mushroom Gravy

Dinner

Ginger Chicken

Creamless cauliflower clam chowder with bacon and leeks

Slow Cooker Chili Verde

Cabbage Enchiladas

One Dish Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie (Paleo)

Buffalo Shrimp and Spaghetti Squash

Paleo Butter Chicken

Paleo Paella 

Best BBQ Pulled Pork

Tropical marinated flank steak 

 Beef Machaca Recipe

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If you want more variety in your diet and a truck load of new recipes, check out my Paleo recipe roundups!

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16 Comments

  1. What a great roundup! Thank you for linking back to a couple of mine (Ham and Broccoli Frittata and Buffalo Shrimp and Spaghetti Squash). I hope you enjoy them and that you get off to a great start!

  2. Hey Kelly! I have not tried the Whole30 yet either…I probably should after all the holiday goodies, haha! I think dairy would be the hardest part for me too. Thanks for including the Best BBQ Pulled Pork recipe, I’m honored 🙂

  3. Hi Kelly,

    I’ve attempted a Whole 30 once and failed. It was much too hard to give up dairy and wine! I do understand why people do it though and there are a lot of great foods that you can continue to eat. This is a great round-up and thank you so much for linking to my Beef Machaca 🙂

  4. I just started eating paleo and really love your blog. It’s funny that you wrote about the Whole30, I’m just finishing the book and am going to do it, starting today. I’m alittle concerned about not having dairy too, but it’s just 30 days…right!? Thanks for all your great posts.

  5. I think you’ll enjoy a Whole30–I sure did.

    RE the dairy: I love cream in my coffee, and you CAN have ghee, so I magic-bulleted it in and was a happy (Navy Seal) camper. Also, homemade mayonnaise was a good item to have around–it has some of the richness of dairy.

    RE the wine: To replace it I drank kombucha in a wine glass before or with my dinner. That really helped.

    Great roundup. Thanks for including my tropical marinated flank steak!

  6. I love this idea – however so many are not WHOLE30 AIP … do you have recipes dedicated to AIP??
    Thanks.