Doing a Whole30 can seem overwhelming. Food prep can feel like you’re living in a nightmare. Don’t let your fear of meal prep keep you from doing a Whole30! Here are 10 delicious Whole30 meals prepped in 10 minutes or less to help launch you into a successful Whole30! Please note that a couple of these may have some added ingredients like beans or some types of dairy. I made a note on the two recipes that you can leave the beans or cheese out. =)
Here are the Top 10 whole30 meals below:
Crispy Paleo Chicken Wings with Creamy Saffron Sauce from Life Made Full
Sweet Potato and Greens Breakfast Saute from Raising Generation Nourished
Herbed Skillet Chicken from Life Made Full
Crockpot or Oven Roaster Chicken from Raising Generation Nourished
Bell Pepper Chicken Burgers from Life Made Full
Totally Easy Slow Cooker Kalua Pork from So, Let’s Hang Out
Crock Pot Carne Asada Lettuce Wraps from So, Let’s Hang Out
Creamy Crockpot Chicken with Kale (eliminate black beans) from Just Enjoy Food
No Marinade Carne Asada from Life Made Full
Slow Cooker Persimmon-Apple Pork Tenderloin from Life Made Full
Picadillo from Just Enjoy Food
2-Minute Tuna Salad from Life Made Full
Creamy Red Curry Slaw from Life Made Full
Greek Chicken (skip the feta) from Just Enjoy Food
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Creamy Crockpot Chicken with Kale has black beans in it. I thought that was a “no” on the Whole30 plan. ??
Life Made Full says
Black beans are definitely out–I mentioned in there that there were a few recipes that had dairy or beans, and to just eliminate those as needed. Hope that helps!
These are not all Whole30, cheese, honey, and beans are not allowed on the true Whole30 challenge.
Life Made Full says
Hi, Dyann. Yes, please note that in my post I stated that a few of the recipes had added ingredients like beans or cheese, and that you would eliminate them to make them officially Whole30.
For truth in advertising, you shouldn’t put these out there on Pinterest as Whole 30-compliant meals if you have to eliminate some ingredients. The idea of a Whole 30 meal is that it ALREADY doesn’t include non-compliant ingredients.
Why don’t you people just THANK the woman for putting great recipes on her blog. You know what isn’t allowed. Eliminate it on your own! GEEZ!
Shanti Landon says
Carrie Lyn says
I feel this is so helpful to have tried and true recipes in one site, and I love that you included a few other recipes and communicated clearly that adjustments would need to be made to make the recipe whole30 do-able. Thank you, Shanti !!
These look delicious! I like, too, that you mention where we would need to adjust in order to make them “Whole30” approved. 🙂 I can’t wait to try some of these!
Colleen Pearce says
Thank you Shanti…Recipes help !!! Its easy to leave out what were not allowed…