Whole30 Menu Plan For A Week
Are you wanting to do the Whole30 diet? Not sure what to eat? Well, you have come to the right place! Below you will find a Whole30 Menu Plan for a week. You can also print it here. If you are looking for even more ideas, be sure to also check out my Whole30 Meal Plan for a week. If you use both of them, you will have two weeks of meals all planned out.
There is nothing easier to tackle a new diet than to use a menu plan. So if you use my Whole30 Menu Plan, you will be ready to kick start your diet. But the nice thing about these plans is that you do not have to be a newbie to use them. They work really well even for someone that has been on the Whole30 diet for a long time.
If you are looking for even more Whole30 recipes, be sure to grab the Whole30 Cookbook. It has 150 delicious recipes in it!
Note that if any of these recipes look like they are not following the rules such as using something like dressing or bacon, there are ways to get even those items that are Whole30 approved. You can always check out Whole30 approved products on their site. READ your labels on anything and everything! Another thing to note is that just because someone “says“ a recipe is Whole30 approved, double check!! There are lots these days that are trying to jump on getting people to their sites by saying they have Whole30 recipes, when in fact, they are still using items that are excluded such as sugar, pasta, grains and dairy. So never just make a recipe because a site says it is Whole30!
There are a few items on this list that are made from all Whole30 approved items, however, they are still a gray area. As you may have read the Whole30 rules, is says not to remake bad foods and it lists waffles as one of them. But I personally think that just because someone calls their recipe a waffle, does not mean it is a “real” waffle. I mean if I was to chop up all the same items and toss it in a pan then it is ok to eat. But when I simply make it in a waffle shape, makes it a no-no food. I am ok with eating it as long as the ingredients are approved. But if you are not, simply skip that item and have an egg and piece of fruit that day.
- Crustless Quiche
- Baked Egg Recipe with Fresh Herbs & Bacon (Note: leave off the cheese for it to be Whole30 approved)
- Whole 30 Breakfast Sandwich
- Hard Boiled Eggs – Instant Pot & Piece Of Fresh Fruit
- Sweet Potato Breakfast Casserole
- Sweet Potato Bacon Waffles
- Beet Ginger Smoothie
- Buffalo Chicken Bites & A Baked Sweet Potato
- Brussels Sprouts Salad with Organic Tessemae’s Dressing (Note: leave off the cheese to be Whole30 approved)
- Whole30 Compliant Chicken Salad
- Watermelon Salad Recipe (Note: leave off the cheese to be Whole30 approved)
- Cauliflower Curry
- Roasted Pork Tenderloin & Fresh Snow Peas
- Jalapeño Turkey Burgers
- Whole30 Meatloaf Recipe & Whole30 Potato Bites
- Grilled Greek Lemon Chicken
- Thai Green Curry
- Cauliflower Kale Avocado Soup
- Crock Pot Cauliflower Chicken Chili
- Whole30 Stuffed Cabbage
- Tropical Mango Ceviche
Be sure to also check out my other one week Whole30 Meal Plan! If this is your first time trying Whole30, you can read my post on Life On The Whole30 Diet – Even The Not So Pretty Parts.