Whole30 Weekly Meal Plan complete with a grocery list to make your Whole30 simple and stress-free! This Whole30 meal plan is also great for those who generally love whole foods, and/or eat paleo or keto.
Be sure to print the grocery list at the bottom of the post to get all your groceries for the week in one haul!
How’s your January going so far?
Whether you made dietary goals or are continuing to eat as you were before the New Year, I trust you’ll LOVE this week’s Whole30 Meal Plan!
One of the most common sentiments about making changes or staying consistent with a whole food diet is the amount of time it takes to cook.
While cooking can definitely seem daunting or feel like it’s an inconvenience, putting a little forethought into weekly meals helps tremendously so that you don’t get burned out.
I find sticking with the foods that make me feel great ensures I don’t go down the path of detox and retox or feel undernourished.
For me, adequate protein is key! Protein is highly satiating and contains the building blocks (amino acids) we need for muscle repair and healthy hormone and immune function. Plus, there are so many sources of protein and so many ways we can prepare it, so I find the burnout on a protein-centric diet to be low!
The goal for this meal plan it to ensure you’re getting plenty of variety both in flavor and in micronutrients, while nailing your macronutrients with flying colors. If you haven’t checked out the first Whole30 Meal Plan we posted, give that a gander too!
I hope you enjoy this week’s Whole30 Meal Plan! As always, feel free to reach out with questions!
Creamy Carrot Soup – This easy Creamy Carrot Soup with ginger and coconut milk requires only a handful of basic ingredients and not much time to prepare. Healthful, flavorful, vegan, and paleo, this is a something-for-everyone comfort food!
Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo, vegan, and whole30
Prep Ahead: No advance prep is needed, as this soup comes together quickly!
Substitutions: Make recipe AIP by leaving out the cayenne pepper
Caramelized Cabbage & Bacon – Who knew that cabbage caramelized in bacon drippings could be such a delicious and easy entrée or side dish? If you’re feeling hungry, serve the caramelized cabbage with steak, chicken, or salmon!
Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo. Make sure your bacon is Whole30 compliant if you’re doing the program.
Prep Ahead: No need to advance prep — it comes together quickly!
Substitutions: Add a fried egg on top if you want to make it more substantial. Or serve with a green salad.
Ground Turkey Bowls with Mushrooms & Cabbage – Ground Turkey Bowls with Mushrooms, Zucchini, Spinach and Cabbage Rice is a clean, low-carb dinner recipe. Keto, paleo, whole30 and palate pleasing.
Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo, whole30, and AIP
Prep Ahead: The cabbage rice can be made up to 4 days ahead of time, but recipe comes together quickly.
Substitutions: Use ground beef or chicken instead of ground turkey.
Kale Salad with Roasted Butternut & Apples – This is a perfect meatless meal that screams fall! You can also add some grilled chicken or steak to boost the protein content if you like.
Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo, omit the honey (or replace with date paste or pineapple juice) to make it Whole30 friendly.
Prep Ahead: You can roast the vegetables and apples ahead of time and heat them up right before assembling the salads.
Substitutions: Feel free to swap out the kale for another type of salad green. If you do, you don’t need to massage it with oil and citrus before serving.
Turmeric Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner – Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner with turmeric-seasoned chicken thighs and vegetables is a quick, clean, easy one-pan dinner recipe. Paleo, Keto, Whole30, and delicious!
Special Diet Notes: This recipe is paleo, whole30, and keto.
Prep Ahead: No advance prep needed!
Substitutions: To make recipe AIP-friendly, omit the ground paprika.
Paleo Cheeseburger Soup – This Instant Pot Cheeseburger Soup has all of my favorite cheeseburger flavors — tangy mustard, tart pickles, and a creamy tomato sauce to bring it all together. Nutritional yeast adds a “cheesy” kind of flavor that is irresistible!
Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo. To make it Whole30 friendly, omit the honey. To make this soup lower carb replace the potatoes with diced summer squash or bits of cauliflower.
Prep Ahead: This soup reheats well if you wanted to make the whole pot ahead of time!
Substitutions: To make this soup lower carb replace the potatoes with diced summer squash or bits of cauliflower.
4-Ingredient Flourless Healthy Brownies – Flourless Healthy Brownies made with 4 basic ingredients are a moist, fudgy brownies treat with benefits! With no added flour, sugar, oil, dairy, or grains, this easy brownie recipe will surely be a staple in your home!
Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo and dairy-free
Substitutions: Make recipe vegan by replacing the egg with 1/4 cup additional almond butter.
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