30 Days of Whole30 Meals – Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Many people new to Paleo start with a Whole30 challenge. I know I did. It completely changed the way I look at food and has forever made me grateful for almond milk and avocados! If you’re doing your first Whole30 or your 20th, a great way to accomplish your goal and not fall off the wagon is to have a plan. I’ve got just the thing to help you out – 30 Days of Whole30 Meals!
Using Weeknight Paleo as the basis for lunches and dinners and supplementing breakfast ideas from some of my favorite Paleo bloggers, this 30 day guide will keep you on track and make meal planning a cinch for your Whole30 challenge. If you have a copy of Weeknight Paleo, you already know the make-ahead schedule gives you a head start on weeknight dinners and the shopping list is a great foundation for the meal planning. If you don’t have a copy of Weeknight Paleo, you can download a free sample from the home page (complete with full Week One recipes, make-ahead schedule, and shopping list) or download an eBook for just $14.95. All the same content, half the price. And the ability to reprint recipes, when your favorite meatball sauce splatters on the page.
Download the Weeknight Paleo eBook for $14.95.
Best of luck on your Whole30 challenge!
The Paleo Mom – Sausage and Mushroom Frittata
Weeknight Paleo – Carnitas-style Taco Tower (pg 9)
Weeknight Paleo – Mediterranean Tuna Salad (pg 101)
Assemble a little wild caught tuna, zoodles, and roasted red peppers for quick lunch.
Civilized Caveman – Simple, Sweet Scramble
Weeknight Paleo – Thai Pork Meatballs with Carrots and Currants Salad (pg 63)
You’ll need to omit the honey in the meatballs but the carrot salad is Whole30 compliant.
Weeknight Paleo – Asian Chicken Soup with Napa Cabbage and Bok Choy (pg 89)