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We love Whole30 for jumpstarting a New Year’s reset, clearing up our skin or detoxing after an indulgent vacation. But with dairy, grains, legumes and sugar all strictly verboten, Whole30 can easily get heavy on the animal protein. The good news? It doesn’t have to. There are tons of snacks and meals you can indulge in that are totally meat-free, like smoothie bowls, green shakshuka, sheet-pan eggs with asparagus and even creamy curried cauliflower-kale soup. Whether you’re a strict vegetarian or just going easy on the meat, here are 35 Whole30 vegetarian recipes you’ll love.
When it comes to flavor, a little red curry paste goes a long way.
No mayo here. This take is lighter, but just as tangy and crunchy.
No filter necessary—they’re as naturally gorgeous as they are delicious.
Lo mein fiends, rejoice. (Sub coconut aminos for soy sauce if you’re strictly on Whole30.)
Put your farmers market haul to good use.
Save this one for a chilly night.
The key is to roast the veggies until they’re totally soft and caramelized.
Adorable cartoon rat (sadly) not included.
Eight ingredients + 20 minutes = the most refreshing dinner ever.
Salad for breakfast? Eggs for dinner? We’re down.
Thanks to nutritional yeast, you won’t miss the Parmesan.
You love 30-minute dinners. Dirty dishes? Not so much.
Just skip the honey in the sauce to keep it Whole30 compliant.
Complete with lemon-shallot vinaigrette.
You can’t have alcohol on Whole30, so just sub vegetable stock for wine.
Good luck not inhaling the whole batch in one sitting.
This low-carb takeout favorite only takes 25 minutes to prepare.
Taste the rainbow.
Think veggies smothered in pesto and cashew “cheese” sauce.
Just as silky-smooth and decadent as the real thing.
Skip the steamed basmati rice and you're in business.
It sure blows kale Caesar out of the water. (Skip the chickpeas if you just started Whole30.)
Eggs are always there when you need dinner in a flash. Skip the prosciutto to keep it veg.
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