Simple Whole 30 Recipes

As mentioned in this video, I have started my third round of the Whole30.   The older kids were on board, but all abandoned ship except for one.   I have pulled most of the children in the kitchen to help with preparing the meals, especially the sauces.  Our family  love sauce on EVERYTHING! We try to make at least three Whole30 approved sauces at the beginning of each week.

Most of our sauces use mayo as a base.  You can view this video  or  visit this site for how to make homemade mayo.  This is a great ranch dressing recipe .  You can also visit this site for other creative ideas on what to add to the mayo to make your mouth sing. We made this Whole30 Ketchup.   I added 4 medjool dates to the recipe along with more water to make it smoother. While it doesn’t taste like conventional ketchup, it was super easy to make and everyone enjoyed it.  

Below are some simple breakfast recipes (some can also be packed in lunch boxes).

Ham and egg cups (we have done these with bacon and it is absolutely delicious).

Baked eggs in avocado

Twice  Baked Breakfast Sweet Potatoes

Homemade Breakfast sausage 

Finally, I found this great site that has 40 simple Whole30 recipes.  You can also visit this post for additional dinner ideas.  Please let me know if you try any of these recipes. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Simple Whole 30 Recipes”

  1. Donielle says:

    The Whole 30 introduced me to a variety of sweet potatoes. Thanks to you I’ll try the paleo bread recipe one day.

    1. Anika Jones says:

      Our family loooooooves sweet potatoes/yams. We make them in the oven just about every week. My personal favorite is the oriental yams. I poke a whole bunch of holes in them, put them in the oven at 400 and bake for like 2 hours (yes two hours). I add coconut oil and sometimes sprinnkle a little nutmeg on it. They are super sweet and really taste like dessert.

  2. Jaime says:

    The baked eggs in avocado looks amazing! I seriously need to try this!

    1. Anika Jones says:

      Let me know if you try it and how you like it!

  3. Crystal says:

    I normally substitute avocado for mayo in my recipes (especially tuna). I need to find my aioli recipe (I use avocado in that too). I love your posts. You make everything look so easy!

    1. Anika Jones says:

      I love the creaminess and versatility of avocado. Using it to make aioli sounds yummy. 🙂

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