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16 Easy Ways to Stick to Whole30

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Garlic Tilapia

"I'm not big on fish, but the crunchy garlic topping on this is genius!"

-Chef Jasso

Baked Mahi Mahi

"Incredible! Tender every time. Shared this with my parents and it's their favorite mahi mahi recipe now!"

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Smoked Salmon & Avocado Baked Eggs

"Beautiful and low carb! These definitely taste just as good as they look."

-stephanie p.

Chicken Bacon Ranch Jalapeño Poppers

What's more perfect than a plain old jalapeño popper? A jalapeño pepper stuffed with chicken, ranch dressing and bacon. Even better, these poppers are Whole30-approved.

Sweet Potato "Pasta"

"I tried this recipe as one of my first after becoming a raw foodist and I love it!"

-pa_canuck

Whole30 Slow-Cooked BBQ Pulled Pork with Coleslaw

Don't let your diet keep you from the barbecue. This pulled pork features a pleasantly-spiced sauce and a cabbage slaw made with Whole30-friendly mayonnaise.

Garlic Tilapia

"I'm not big on fish, but the crunchy garlic topping on this is genius!"

-Chef Jasso

Mediterranean Chicken Breasts

"This recipe made fantastic lunches for the week. It tastes so fresh!"

-AmandaInOz

Cauliflower Kimchi Fried Rice

Replace those grains with cauliflower rice for a low-carb, Korean-inspired dish. It's easy to make and approved for Whole30.

Hibachi Chicken

"Simple and flavorful!"

-DianaEatingRichly

Buffalo Chicken Tostone Sandwiches

These chicken sandwiches with twice-fried plantain chips are healthy, Whole30-approved and soaked in Buffalo sauce.

Roasted Red Pepper Soup

Try it warm or cold!

Bone Broth

"This is even easier when you use the crockpot!"

-Bonita Chef

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

"I could have and almost did make my whole meal nothing but these tasty sprouts."

-Debbwl

Balsamic Mushrooms

"These were delicious! Some chopped garlic would be a great addition."

-mommyluvs2cook

Whole30 Ketchup

Dip without any of the guilt.

Whole30 Twice-Baked Spaghetti Squash Bolognese

The key tip for spaghetti squash? Roast it twice to keep it from getting mushy.

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