How to Eat Whole30 for Every Meal This Week
Here’s the theory behind the Whole30 diet: If you ditch grains, dairy, sugar, legumes, booze and processed foods, clearer skin, more energy and a healthier body await you on the other side. And believe it or not, there are a ton of mouthwatering, satisfying options. Presenting a week’s worth of delicious Whole30 ideas for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Monday Breakfast: Fried Eggs with Roasted Tomatoes and Mushrooms
Start the week off with a smorgasbord.
Monday Lunch: Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon
Bacon, apples and Brussels sprouts are so much better than lettuce.
Monday Dinner: Restaurant-Style Chicken Tikka Masala
Rich, flavorful and better than any takeout you can order.
Tuesday Breakfast: Green Smoothie Bowl
Ready in 15 minutes or less.
Tuesday Lunch: Cold Lemon Zoodles
The ultimate carb-free, mayo-free pasta salad.
Tuesday Dinner: Skillet Steak with Asparagus and Potatoes
It looks (and tastes) fancy, but it’s totally foolproof.
Wednesday Breakfast: Egg and Veggie Breakfast Bowl
This protein-filled bowl is guaranteed to keep you satisfied for hours.
Wednesday Lunch: Summer Vegan Green Goddess Salad
It takes a lot to get us excited about salad, but this ultra-creamy, crunchy bowl does the trick.
Wednesday Dinner: One-Pan Roasted Lemon Garlic Baked Salmon and Asparagus
Making the main course and side at the same time? Yes, please!
Thursday Breakfast: Chia Breakfast Pudding
It takes five minutes to make and keeps in the refrigerator for three days. What’s not to like?
Thursday Lunch: One-Pan Eggs with Asparagus and Tomatoes
Raise your hand if you hate cleaning up. Meet the perfect solution.
Thursday Dinner: Steak Skewers with Chimichurri Sauce
If cooking steak intimidates you a tiny bit (same), this recipe will help you take the plunge.
Friday Breakfast: Whole30 Breakfast Bowl
Bananas, almond butter and coconut flakes > cereal.
Friday Lunch: Zoodles with Summer Vegetables
Decadent, starchy and filling, just like pasta.
Friday Dinner: Roasted Drumsticks with Tomatoes
Almost too pretty to eat. (Key word: almost.)
Saturday Breakfast: Breakfast BLT Salad
Put an egg on anything and we give you permission to eat it for breakfast.
Saturday Lunch: 15-Minute Gazpacho with Cucumber, Red Pepper and Basil
No heat (or effort) required.
Saturday Dinner: Asian Chicken Chopped Salad
Full of crunchy good-for-you veggies.
Sunday Breakfast: Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl
Sweet potato instead of oatmeal? Brilliant.
Sunday Lunch: Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Cauliflower Soup
So rich and silky, you’d never guess there’s no cream.
Sunday Dinner: Coconut Lime Chicken
Cheaper than a trip to the Caribbean.