If you’re doing a Whole30, you’re likely to need some Easy Whole30 Recipes and I’ve got you covered. There are recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, soups and sides, and some simple crockpot ones too. Read on to pick which ones you want to add to your Whole30!
As a Whole30 alumni myself, I know how difficult it can be to find meals you’re actually excited about during your Whole30. Especially toward the end when food boredom starts to set in. I promise the recipes I’ve rounded up are so good, you’ll also want to make them again even after your Whole30 is over.
A sausage and veggie Potato Breakfast Hash is a great gluten free option for a weekend breakfast or brunch. It’s a one pan recipe using a skillet that goes from stove to oven.
This Simple Egg Bake casserole recipe with sausage, leeks, and mushrooms is an easy breakfast option. It’s gluten free, paleo, and Whole30 compliant, and great for a hungry family on the weekend. Or meal prep it on Sunday and take it for weekday morning breakfasts!
This Leftover Breakfast Hash is an easy way to put leftover meats and veggies to good use. It’s made in one skillet and if your leftover meat is compliant, it can also be paleo or Whole 30. Use sweet potato or regular potato, and whatever greens you have on hand, like kale or spinach. Breakfast is cooked in just 15 minutes!
This Swimming Rama Loaded Sweet Potato recipe is a quick meal when you’re running low on options. It has five main ingredients, one of which is rotisserie chicken to make things super easy. It’s also paleo and Whole30, so is a healthy dinner option when you’re craving Thai food. Put it on your dinner menu and see for yourself!
Need a simple weekday lunch or dinner option that is easy and healthy? This Pesto Chicken Zoodle Bowl recipe, made with zucchini noodles, is gluten free and Whole30 when made with compliant pesto.
This cashew grape chicken salad is one my mom made all the time growing up, and it’s become a go-to. It’s best on a hot summer day, but works well for any season when you need something fast.
These Pesto Prawns with Zoodles make for an easy and healthy weeknight dinner recipe. Keeping the zucchini noodles raw helps the pasta stay fresh and not soggy. It’s a naturally gluten free dish, and if you make it with compliant pesto it’s also paleo and Whole 30.
This Roasted Garlic Cashew Dip recipe is paleo and vegan, and packs a ton of flavor. It’s a healthy, dairy free appetizer that is both adult- and kid-approved!
These Whole30 Cucumber Bites are healthy appetizers that are dairy free, gluten free, and paleo. It’s an easy recipe to take your entertaining to the next level, whether that be for a baby shower or the Super Bowl. Use these to get your veggies in!
This Citrusy Simple Guacamole recipe (which is gluten free) takes about 15 minutes to make, perfect for a last minute appetizer. It uses lime juice and orange juice, cut up tomatoes, and shallots instead of onions to give it a little less bite. Dip some tortilla chips in it and watch it disappear!
Whole30 Soups & Side Dishes
This Oven Roasted Kabocha Squash Soup recipe is perfect for cold fall and winter days. Made creamy with coconut milk, it’s gluten free, paleo and Whole30 compliant. Enjoy a cup for dinner or breakfast!
A healthier alternative, these Baked Apples with Ginger, Dates, & Pecans have no refined sugar. They’re grain free, making them both gluten free and paleo. Great to enjoy as a dinner side dish with a pork chop!
Perfect for a cold day, this Slow Cooker Curried Butternut Squash soup is gluten free, paleo, and Whole 30 compliant. It’s made with coconut milk to make it creamy, and curry and ground black pepper to make it just a little spicy. It’s a savory soup made simple in your crockpot.
Need a sweet and tangy option for your coleslaw that happens to be Whole30 compliant? Look no further. Great for a potluck or BBQ, this Kholrabi, Kale, and Carrot Coleslaw is a crunchy crowdpleaser.
A simple recipe for a busy weeknight, this Weeknight Paleo Ground Beef Stroganoff is so easy to put together. It uses coconut cream to replace the sour cream, making it dairy free, and bonus, it’s Whole30 compliant. It’s clean eating comfort food.
This meat sauce comes together really easily and is perfect for a weeknight meal. It’s great with any type of noodle, but eat it with veggie noodles to make it Whole30 compliant!
Can cauliflower rice really taste as good as regular rice? In this Bacon Fried Caulirice, yes it can. Roasting the cauliflower is the trick to this recipe. And be sure to use fresh (not frozen) rice to make sure you don’t end up with a mushy dish!
This Easy Sheet Pan Dinner with Sausage and Veggies is a simple and healthy dinner option. It uses sweet potatoes and Brussels sprouts with a Whole 30 compliant chicken sausage, making it also gluten free and paleo. You can easily replace the sprouts with broccoli if you have picky eaters.
This Lemon Thyme Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner is a healthy and easy meal. It’s simple to prepare and a great option for a weeknight dinner. You’d never know it was gluten free and Whole30 compliant.
Perfect for when it’s too hot to turn on your oven, these Gluten Free Teriyaki Chicken Kabobs cook up great on your grill. The marinade uses coconut aminos instead of soy sauce, making it both gluten free and Whole30 compliant. Pair it with regular rice or cauliflower rice for bonus veggies in your dinner.
Easy fish tacos that are also Whole30 compliant? Not too good to be true. These are simple to put together, making them great for a weeknight dinner. Cook them up quickly on the stove and add your favorite toppings.
Looking for some recipes for life post-Whole30 (aka Food Freedom)? Check these out:
– Roasted Tomato, Kale, & Goat Cheese Frittata
– Easy Nacho Salad
– Gluten Free Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas
– Three Ingredient Raspberry Peach Nice Cream
If you try any of these Whole30 compliant recipes let me know how it went in the comments below. It totally makes my day to hear how a recipe worked out for you.