Whole30 Meals Week One: #plateenvy

Sep 16th
Whole30 Meals

Every time I do a Whole30 I intend to post all my Whole 30 meals for anyone who might be curious about what people actually eat when they do a Whole30. The last time I did it I posted my meals on Instagram, but they never made it to the blog. This time I wanted to share here.

I’m pretty gahgah over the Whole30 Challenge. It’s been gaining popularity over the past few years, but if you need a refresher you can check out my posts on my very first journey.

My Whole30 Journey – Week 1

My Whole30 Journey – Week 2

My Whole30 Journey – Week 3

My Whole30 Journey – Week 4

My Whole30 Journey – Reintroduction

My Whole30 Journey – Conclusion

My Whole30 Journey – Tips and Tricks

Whole30 meals don’t have to be complicated. Most of the time I just pull out leftovers for breakfast and add some fruit or a carrot. Lunch is also usually leftovers or a salad. Dinner can be a bit more complicated but only if I don’t have other things happening, i.e. t-ball, errands, etc…

Since I got my DSLR camera I have tried really hard to include high quality photos in all my posts. This post is different. All of these photos were taken with my phone. Some of the lighting is bad and some of the photos are a bit fuzzy. I’m sorry for that.

Whole30 Meals

Day 1

Breakfast – Roasted turkey breast, home fries, cucumber, iced coffee with almond milk

Lunch – Roasted turkey breast with mustard, roasted okra and cauliflower, peaches, crudités, LaCroix Sparkling Water

Dinner – Beef and veggie stew (my mom made this and it was incredible), watermelon juice (fresh watermelon, mint, lime, and sparkling water)

Whole30 Meals

Day 2

Breakfast – Breakfast sausage, sweet potato home fries, watermelon, iced coffee with almond milk

Lunch – Roasted turkey breast, cucumber-tomato-avocado salad, peaches, LaCroix Sparkling Water

Dinner – Burgers with roasted sweet potato and avocado, roasted brussels sprouts with bacon and beets,  watermelon juice (fresh watermelon, mint, lime, and sparkling water)

Whole30 Meals

Day 3

Breakfast – Breakfast sausage, sweet potato home fries, peach, black coffee

Lunch – Carne asada with veggies (We went out to lunch for my Grandmother’s birthday, I asked for veggies instead of rice and beans, but these veggies were sad)

Dinner – Rotisserie chicken, roasted sweet potato, okra and cauliflower, banana

Whole30 Meals

Day 4

Breakfast – Carrot, banana, almond butter (I didn’t realize until I took a bite of this that it’s the sweetened version), black iced coffee

Lunch – Rotisserie chicken, roasted sweet potato, roasted brussels sprouts with bacon and beets, cucumber-tomato-avocado salad, kiwi

Dinner – Spaghetti squash with Simple Fresh Tomato Sauce and meatballs, cantaloupe (wow, that picture is fuzzy!)

Whole30 Meals

Day 5

Breakfast – Carrot, banana, breakfast sausage

Lunch – Rotisserie chicken, veggie fritters with mustard, roasted brussels sprouts with bacon and beets, snap peas

Dinner – Burgers, dairy-free mashed potatoes, roasted broccoli, home fries

Whole30 Meals

Day 6

Breakfast – Waffles (recipe from Paleo Parents) with coconut cream, fried apples, walnuts, cranberries, pumpkin spice latte (don’t add the sweetener) – waffles are not W30 legal, they don’t help with breaking habits but since this isn’t my first W30 I’m not being that strict. 

Lunch – Taco salad (beef, lettuce, avocado, carrots, cucumber, tomatoes, salsa, olive oil)

Dinner – Salad (greens, raspberries, almonds, balsamic and olive oil)

Whole30 Meals

Day 7

Breakfast – Roasted brussels sprouts with bacon and beets 

Lunch – Taco salad (beef, lettuce, avocado, carrots, cucumber, tomatoes, salsa, olive oil)

Dinner – Peruvian chicken with plantains and yucca

This is just the first week of Whole30 Meals. Tune in next week for more Whole30 Meals #plateenvy!

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