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The Whole30 concept to us means a 30 day plan to eliminate foods that could be causing damage to your body. It’s a great way to lose weight and reset. After the 30 days you can start adding foods back into your diet. This will allow you to see what you should be avoiding for good. These recipes will help you stay the course. We also have a full, 4 week reset meal plan available.
Most Popular Whole30 Options
Traditionally made with brown sugar, this paleo version relies on the natural sweetness of tomatoes and maybe a bit of coconut sugar if you prefer. Piled on top of paleo waffle, this is about as perfect a comfort food as you can get.
During the last week of December 2014, our family took a little vacation to Jackson Hole, WY. We’d never been and were hoping to hit up Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. Well, 1 out of 2 isn’t so bad. Due to it being winter and all, the south entrance to Yellowstone was […]
I’ll be honest, I’m not really one of those New Year’s “resolutions” type of people. I prefer to just set healthy goals year-round, not limiting myself to waiting for a specific time of year to start fresh. Time is relative and why should we bother waiting for the “right” time to start over? But all […]
Make a flavorful and healthy dinner in 30 minutes with ingredients you have in the freezer and pantry. Paleo fast food to the rescue.
Not nearly as time-intensive as the beautiful dish made in the animated film, but just as delicious, if not more so. The addition of ground beef makes this a hearty meal that will fill tummies and make everyone happy.
Coconut Curry Chicken is one of those easy set-it-and-forget-it type of meals that everyone in the family will devour and then ask for more. Restaurant quality food right at your dining room table.
An often overlooked veggie due to it’s “weirdness”, Brussels sprouts are surprisingly delicious and the most-requested vegetable in our home. Why? Because I cook them in bacon and drizzle it with balsamic vinegar. Doesn’t get much better than that.
Egg Drop Soup is typically made with cornstarch as a thickener, but this grain-free version uses arrowroot starch instead and is restaurant quality in the comfort of your own kitchen.
Avocados ripen in the blink of an eye, so be ready to make the best guacamole when they do with this Tomatillo Starter. Keep a jar in the fridge for a salsa dip or add some to an avocado. Perfect dip either way.
Leftover Paleo Chicken Nuggets are the star in this salad, but if you don’t have any, they’re worth making a fresh batch. This is a salad that even the kids will want to eat. Don’t forget the Honey Mustard Dressing.
No canned green beans or condensed soups with weird ingredients in them. Just real, fresh food for your holiday table. The way it should be.
I remember the first time I ever cooked a turkey. Luckily, it isn’t one of those first-timer experiences that involves a fire truck or inedible food. It was pretty uneventful, for the most part. And the turkey was edible and appeared to be enjoyed by all, whether they were lying or not does not matter […]
Snow is in the forecast, the air is cooler, and it’s still dark at 7:00am. That means it’s time for slowcooker meals that fill the house with delicious aromas and give you that warm, cozy feeling. Unless you have a fireplace, in which case I would suggest using that too, because fireplaces are awesome. I […]
So, you know how I was just talking about how much I love Fall and it’s the bestest of all the seasons? Well, Rob decided we needed to go take advantage of the cooler temps and head up to the mountains for the weekend to check out the beautiful Aspens changing to their golden hues. […]