A Clean 2015: Whole30® Meal Plan {Week 2}



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4-Week Whole30 Meal Plan & Grocery List

Hurray! You’ve made it past week 1 and are still here with me! Typically, the first week is always the most difficult (for me anyway), so getting over that hurdle is quite the accomplishment. The detox/carb flu stage can be rough, depending on how your diet was prior to starting the Whole30, so it may be worse for some than for others.

Honestly, I thought my first week this go around would be tough, but I’m surprisingly upbeat. No withdrawals, no “carb flu”, no starving to death (I’m usually hungry all the time in the first 7-10 days), no crankiness. Just regular me, but eating healthier. I think I needed these non-reactions to keep me motivated and I’m so fortunate that it’s going this way for me so far.

Now that I’ve rambled about my past 5 days, how are you doing? Are you suffering form any of the typical first-week afflictions? What are you doing to stay motivated? Have you found any tips or tricks that anyone else on the Whole30 can benefit from?

I love the “community” aspect of doing a Whole30, there are so many like-minded people working towards the same goal, it’s fantastic! I hope you’ll all stick with me throughout the entire 30 days. I can’t wait to hear how it went and what positive benefits you reap from the experience.

Don’t forget to check in and share along the way over on Facebook and Instagram. If you post any pics of anything related to your Whole30 on Instagram, be sure to use the #OPLwhole30 so I can follow along. I love seeing all of your photos.

Reset with a Whole30 {Complete Meal Plan for Week 2}

Now this is what you’ve come here for, the Meal Plan for Week 2. I’ve been working hard to create some delicious new recipes to include in this week, and I think you’ll be pleased. My family loves them so that’s a good sign. I’ve got a few more that aren’t posted to the site just yet, but they are included in the Grocery List and will be up and ready before it’s time to cook them, so no worries there.

Once again, there are no snacks in the meal plan. By this point, you should have found the right quantity of food to tide you over from meal to meal, so snacking shouldn’t even be needed. However, if you do find yourself in a situation where you need to snack, be prepared with some carrot or cucumber sticks and a little Paleo Ranch. It really helps to keep you on track.

Also, as you’re probably aware of by now, I’m a huge fan of leftovers. Make enough dinner the night before so you can just eat leftovers for lunch and not have to worry about planning and preparing an extra 7 meals each week. Trust me, it takes a huge load off your shoulders to just eat leftovers.

** “Quantity Disclaimer” if you’re new around here**

My meal plan and subsequent grocery list is intended for my family of 5. Yes, we eat a lot of eggs, yes, we go through a lot of food. These quantities are intended for 4.5 people (our 4-year-old doesn’t eat a full portion… yet), so if you don’t need to prepare for that many people, adjust accordingly so you’re not working too hard or wasting any food.


Whole30 Weekly Meal Plan: Week 2

Day 8
Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, 1/2 Bell PepperLeftover Creamy Lemon ChickenStuffed Peppers
Day 9
Mini Sweet Potato Souffle, Fried Eggs, Fresh Seasonal FruitLeftover Stuffed PeppersChicken Nuggets with Balsamic Ketchup & Crispy Bacon Broccoli
Day 10
Fried Eggs & Jalapeño Poppers (1/2 batch)Crispy Chicken Salad (using leftover Chicken Nuggets)Sloppy Joes & Simple Green Beans1
Day 11
Spicy Scrambled Egg HashLeftover Sloppy Joes & Green BeansChicken Bacon Ranch Skillet & Asparagus Potato Hash
Day 12
Fried Eggs & Leftover Asparagus Potato HashLeftover Chicken Bacon Ranch & Fresh VeggiesBacon Bison Chili
Day 13
Eggs in a NestLeftover Bacon Bison ChiliChicken Broccoli Bake
Day 14
Fiesta Scrambled Eggs & Country PotatoesLeftover Chicken Broccoli BakeMinestrone Soup

Meal Plan Notes:

1 Simple Green Beans – No written recipe: Boil a large pot of salted water, add as many green beans as you want (make sure to cook enough for leftovers), boil for 2-3 minutes, strain water, drizzle a little olive oil and sprinkle with a little salt. Serve hot.


The Week 2 Meal Plan, at a glance:

Creamy Lemon Artichoke Chicken {by Our Paleo Life}

Paleo Stuffed Peppers {by Our Paleo Life}

Mini Sweet Potato Souffles {by Our Paleo Life}

Paleo Chicken Nuggets {by Our Paleo Life}

Paleo Balsamic Ketchup {by Our Paleo Life}

Jalapeño Poppers {by The Primal Desire}

Crispy Chicken Salad {by Our Paleo Life}

Chicken Bacon Ranch Skillet {by Our Paleo Life}

Bacon Bison Chili {by Our Paleo Life}

Chicken Broccoli Bake {by Our Paleo Life}

Paleo Minestrone Soup {by Our Paleo Life}

Sloppy Joes {by Our Paleo Life}

Crispy Bacon Broccoli {by Our Paleo Life}


Week 2 Meal Planning Prep Tips:

  • Wash and cut all produce at the beginning of the week:
    • Wash all produce in a water bath with a bit of vinegar and let dry before refrigerating them.
    • Peel/slice/dice all vegetables and store them in food storage containers in the refrigerator. For soup and chili ingredients, portion them out separately so they are ready to dump in the pot without any extra measuring or cutting.
    • Carrots, peppers, and potatoes should be stored in water to keep them from drying out and browning. Brussels sprouts should be stored in a dry container. This will drastically cut down on meal prep time each evening and will allow you to have fresh veggies on hand if you need a quick snack between meals.
    • Chop onions and peppers and store in food storage containers to quickly add them to eggs (for variety) or other dishes.
  • Prepare bacon in advance and save your grease. Not only should you always be doing this, but you’ll need it for the Crispy Bacon Broccoli.
  • For Country Potatoes, bake and refrigerate the potatoes at least 1 day in advance. This is crucial to the recipe and will also save you time in the morning.
  • Prepare Jalapeño Poppers at least a day in advance so you can just heat them up in the morning.
  • Separate meat portions into food storage bags so that you can just grab a bag of exactly what you need.
  • Prepare lunches from leftovers the night before so you can just grab it and go the next day.

Meal Plan Week 2 Grocery List

Please note that this grocery list is for 2 adults and 3 children. If you will not be feeding 5 people, adjust the recipes and grocery list accordingly. Also, this Grocery List doesn’t include any snacks since they’re not included in the Meal Plan. Add some extra produce to account for your own snacks.


  • 8 Bell Peppers
  • 1 Yellow Onions
  • 2 Shallots
  • 5 Sweet Potatoes
  • 4 lb White Potatoes
  • 1 bunch Bananas
  • 7 Jalapeño or Fresno Peppers
  • 1 Lemon
  • 2 Limes
  • White Mushrooms
  • Green Beans (as much as your family will eat + some for leftovers)
  • 1 bunch Asparagus
  • 2 Zucchini
  • Carrots (for snacks)
  • Celery (for snacks)
  • Cucumbers (for snacks)
  • 4 heads Broccoli
  • Seasonal Fruit of choice (enough for one breakfast)
  • Dill (fresh or freeze-dried)
  • 1 bulb Garlic
  • Mixed Salad Greens
  • 1 Apple
  • 2 Plum Tomatoes


  • 6 dozen Eggs



  • 1 Frozen Spinach



  • Baking Soda
  • Bay Leaves
  • Cinnamon
  • Ground Nutmeg
  • Chili Powder
  • Chipotle Pepper
  • Cayenne Pepper
  • Salt
  • Cumin
  • Dried Parsley
  • Oregano
  • Basil
  • Smoked Paprika
  • Black Pepper
  • Garlic powder
  • Onion powder
  • Allspice


  • 4-1/2 lb Bacon
  • 3 lb Ground Beef
  • 1 lb Ground Bison (or an extra lb of ground beef)
  • 3 large Chicken Breasts
  • 14 Chicken thighs (boneless, skinless)
  • 1-1/2 lb Chorizo



  • 1/3 cup Pecans
  • 1/2 cup raw cashews
  • 1/3 cup Flax seeds
  • Coconut Oil
  • 4 cups Olive Oil
  • Unsweetened Shredded Coconut
  • Nutritional Yeast
  • Arrowroot Starch
  • (3) 4 oz can Diced Jalapeños
  • (5) 14 oz can Diced Tomatoes
  • (4) 6 oz cans Tomato Paste
  • 1-1/3 cup Balsamic Vinegar (no added sugar)
  • Can of Black Olives
  • Yellow Mustard
  • 1 can Full-Fat Coconut Milk
  • 28 oz carton Chicken/Vegetable broth (no added sugar)

Get the rest of the Weekly Meal Plans here:

Reset with a Whole30 {Complete Meal Plan for Week 1}

Reset with a Whole30 {Complete Meal Plan for Week 3}

Reset with a Whole30 {Complete Meal Plan for Week 4}



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Last Updated 05/07/2020

7 Responses to “A Clean 2015: Whole30® Meal Plan {Week 2}”

  1. The recipes eggs in a nest and the others that will be coming soon….I can’t find them. Thanks!,

    • They’ll be posted over the next 2-3 days. Sorry it’s taking a little longer than I intended.

  2. Thank you for the menu plan. It has taking the guess work out of planning meals for a busy weak and the kid’s love the recipe’s too! Can’t wait to see week 3!

  3. Thank you so much for your menus! My husband has joined me in this journey to health because he loves your meals so much. (something he’s never been willing to do before) It’s a life changer and we’re both doing great– thank you for making the Whole30 something everyone can do!

  4. Hello!

    I am about to start my Whole 3 journey and I am just curious how you by your eggs. The rules state need to cage free, pasture eggs, but those are about $8.00 for a dozen, your recipes indicates 6. I was hoping I doing get a recommendation on where to buy eggs.

    • We have our own chickens, so I trust those eggs. But before we had our own, we just bought what we could afford. It wasn’t always cage-free/pasture-raised eggs, but we got as clean as we could within our budget. I would suggest the same for you. Do what you feel is best and don’t stress too much over it.

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