How I Whole 30 – Week 3

Have you been following along and made any of the recipes so far? This week we have some tried and true recipes. These are recipes I’ve made multiple times. Even non Whole 30 people like them.

Pork Chops with Herbed Butter – Real Food with Jessica

This is one I’ll make when Hubby is home. I won’t have leftovers for lunch, but I’ll do a salad or some other leftovers for lunch. The herbs in the butter/ghee really make this dish. Don’t leave this part out. Serve with veggies and you’re set.

Mostly Veggie Steak Stir Fry – Our Salty Kitchen

This fits with my post yesterday about eating the rainbow. Doesn’t this look beautiful? Look at the colors!

Whole 30 Spring Roll Bowl – Camille Styles

This is fantastic cold, as leftovers. Even my kiddo loves this. And again, look at the colors.

Healthy Bruschetta Chicken – The Whole Cook

If you are a chicken parm lover, this is a fresh take on the dish. This is especially tasty in summer when you have beautiful fresh tomatoes, especially heirloom tomatoes.

Fall Harvest Honeycrisp Apple & Kale Salad – Half Baked Harvest

I have some honeycrisp apples left from the breakfast I made last week so this is the perfect recipe to use them up. If you don’t like kale, just sub spinach for the kale. It’s just as delicious. I’ll make these up ahead of time. Put all the ingredients in the bottom of the container and put your leafy greens on top. This keeps the greens from wilting and you don’t have to mix things up multiple times. I have done that many times. I’ll make single serving salads up at the beginning of the week so I’m only chopping once. Work smarter, not harder. 🙂

Sweet Potato Power Bowl – The Wanderlust Kitchen

This couldn’t be more simple, but so savory. Double or triple the recipe, cook up the potatoes ahead of time so you just have to reheat and fry an egg.

Creamy Bacon Mushroom Chicken Thighs – 40 Aprons

I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve made this dish. It’s delicious and no one will know it’s Whole 30. When we lost “Mom” from second family, I made this dish. Everyone loved it and “Dad” asked me about the recipe and the potatoes I made with it. I’ll post the recipe for those.

Fish Taco Rice Bowl – Joyful Healthy Eats

Another beautifully colorful dish. To make this even easier buy some slaw mix. It’s pre-shredded cabbage, carrots, etc. Total time saver. This is a great throw together in 15 minutes meal. It takes a few minutes to cook the fish and you can throw the rest of it together while the fish cooks. You can also sub other fish. Sub cauliflower rice for regular rice to keep it Whole 30.

Published by chaoswithsparkle

I am the mother of two children who we adopted from foster care. My husband and I have been married for 30+ years. Yes, that is our wedding picture on the home page. Yes, we were children. I turned 21 two weeks after we got married. Our youngest child left the nest about a year ago, so we sold our home and we're downsizing (by about half) and moving into a rental town home for a while. I have been a blogger in the past on issues related to foster care and adoption. I want this blog to be for the "average' woman. I hope there is a topic that appeals to you. It's the chaos that rattles around in my head, and what becomes my life. Some topics will be things that people have asked me to write about. Others will be things that I tried to find online and couldn't find what I was looking for. Some topics will be the things you might be afraid to ask, or didn't know someone else was dealing with. I will be honest. Product reviews are products that I have purchased on my own. Not something I am paid to review. (But if it becomes that, YAY!) I will also be honest and tell you that I deal with depression and anxiety. I have for nearly 20 years. I think a lot of people deal with it, but are afraid to talk about it, or aren't sure what it looks like. So, join me on this ride called life.

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