The Whole30 diet eliminates grains, legumes, dairy, added sugar, alcohol, and processed foods from your diet. While following the Whole30 diet, you’ll focus on whole foods, such as vegetables, fruit in moderation, protein, and healthy fats. There are a tremendous amount of benefits to eating Whole30-compliant meals and snacks. Limiting the intake of these foods may help with reducing risk of disease, unhealthy eating habits, digestion issues, and low energy. It may also help you narrow down any allergy or intolerance you have that causes unpleasant side effects like bloating. If you choose to follow a Whole30 diet from start to finish, my number one tip for you would be to be sure you plan ahead and meal prep as it is very easy to fall off track with quick snacks or eating out.


  • Spindrift Sparkling Waters
  • Chosen Foods Avocado Oil
  • Carrington Farm’s Ghee
  • Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil Mayo
  • Larabars (Not all are Whole30, so make sure to check ingredients)
  • RxBars (Not all are Whole30, so make sure to check ingredients)
  • Pressed by KIND Fruit Bars (Not all are Whole30, so make sure to check ingredients)
  • Bonafide Provisions Bone Broth
  • Chomps Snack Sticks
  • Epic Snack Sticks
  • Bubbie’s Kosher Pickles
  • Galactic Paleo Trail Mix
  • Vital Proteins Collagen
  • Nut Pods
  • Siete Foods Hot Sauces
  • Tessamae’s Dressing
  • Primal Kitchen’s Dressings
  • Red Boat Fish Sauce
  • Artisana Nut Butters
  • Justin’s Nut Butters
  • Coconut Aminos
  • Primal Palate Spices
  • ButcherBox Meat Delivery

Dinner 1

Creamy Tuscan Chicken

This Creamy Tuscan Chicken recipe is what dreams are made of! This easy weeknight dinner is creamy without any dairy, full of bacon, sun dried tomatoes and spinach and so delicious. This dish is Paleo, Keto and Whole30 friendly!


To reduce waste and save time:

Dinner 2

Stuffed Pepper Soup

Whole30: Ditch the cheese!

Stuffed Pepper Soup is the perfect cold weather meal! Loaded with all of your favorite stuffed pepper flavors, but without the hassle of having to actually stuff peppers. It’s easily cooked in either the crock pot or the Instant Pot and this hearty soup is also gluten-free and optionally dairy-free.

To reduce waste and save time:

Dinner 3

Easy Shrimp Curry

This Easy Shrimp Curry is made with a handful of ingredients and comes together so quickly to make for the perfect 30 minute meal. Serve with rice or cauliflower rice for a Whole30 and Paleo friendly dish.

Dinner 4

Chipotle Mushroom Tacos

Whole30: Serve in lettuce wraps!

These easy meatless Chipotle Mushroom Tacos are a weeknight dinner win that are hearty and flavorful. They’re vegan, but nobody will know otherwise because they have such a “meaty” flavor that will be liked by everyone. Serve it up with your favorite taco fixin’s for dinner on the table in well under 30 minutes!

To reduce waste and save time:

  • If you choose to top with leftover guacamole and salsa, save the leftovers for this week’s non-recipe recipe


Breakfast Taco Skillet

Use your leftover tortillas, guacamole and salsa for some Whole30 breakfast tacos. Heat a pan with olive oil and cook ground sausage with any leftover peppers or onions you may have. Cook eggs to your preference. Pair the sausage and eggs with leftover salsa and guacamole!


Baking Project

Vegan and Dairy Free Milks

We drank a lot of non-dairy milk for you all! And we’ve got our favorites for sure! We’ve created recipes for all of them so you can try them at home. Even if you don’t need to be dairy-free, these milks are nutrient dense and a great addition to any diet. They are free of any gums or stabilizers and truly all quick and easy to make. We hope you’ll give some of them a try.

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