50+ Easy Whole30 Dinner Recipes


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These easy Whole30 dinner recipes will make your healthy month a breeze and downright delicious! They’ll show you how to cook with wholesome ingredients, hearty proteins, healthy fats, and flavorful herbs and spices.

Salmon fillet on salad with avocado slices.

What is Whole30?

In case you missed my list of Whole30 breakfast recipes or Whole30 lunch ideas, let me quickly tell you what Whole30 is all about. It’s a program that’s designed to remove inflammatory foods and identify any foods that might have a negative impact on your individual body. By eliminating this specific list of foods for 30 days, you’ll know which ingredients you may have sensitivities for.

But for many people, finding compliant recipes gets a little tricky. Especially when you find out that added sugars are in so many products! So when it comes time to prep for lunch and dinner, don’t get into a rut. I’ve put together for you a list of foods that are Whole30 approved, as well as easy and delicious recipes to make. Now let’s get started!

Light and Filling Whole30 Salad Recipes

Salads are simply the best for a light and healthy throw-together meal. These Whole30 recipes are surprisingly full of flavor and texture — while still following the guidelines. Side note: omit any honey or other sweeteners in the dressings and ensure your mayonnaise is Whole30 approved!

A large bowl of mandarin chicken salad.

Mandarin Chicken Salad: If you prep some shredded chicken ahead of time, this salad comes together in a snap. Simply toss together spinach, sweet mandarin oranges, avocado, cucumber, green onion, and a fresh vinaigrette (without sweeteners).

Single salmon filet on top of salad with avocado and salt pinch bowl off to the side.

Salmon Avocado Salad: All the salmon needs is a quick sear on the stovetop! Then top it on a full bed of spinach, tomatoes, red onion, and avocado. Just omit the honey from the lemon vinaigrette!

Pesto chicken salad in a bowl

Pesto Chicken Salad: This pesto chicken salad is everything you want in a light and fresh meal. Juicy chicken, crisp vegetables, and toasted pine nuts get tossed with my homemade basil pesto sauce.

A large bowl of broccoli salad

Broccoli Salad: One of my favorite salads to munch on during Whole30. It’s hearty, full of crunchy textures, and layered with tons of flavor.

Pulled pork, cabbage and arugula salad with citrus lime vinaigrette. A hearty, flavorful and healthy salad recipe.

Pulled Pork, Cabbage, And Arugula Salad: Prep a batch of my slow cooker pulled pork (recipe below) and you’ve got endless meals to make, including this cabbage salad! It’s the best combo of cabbage, carrots, arugula, cilantro, sliced almonds, pulled pork, and a tangy citrus lime vinaigrette.

A plate of egg salad

Classic Egg Salad: Make this a full meal by wrapping a portion with butter leaf lettuce and extra greens such as microgreens or spinach. And if you want a spiced twist on this, you’ll love my curried egg salad.

An easy and delicious arugula salad recipe made with baby arugula, smoked salmon, avocado, pear and red onion.

Smoked Salmon and Avocado Salad: It’s always a good idea to keep a package of smoked salmon in your fridge when you’re on Whole30. That way you can easily throw together meals like this salad!

Cucumber shrimp salad in a large serving bowl next to limes

Cucumber Shrimp Salad: Juicy, bite-sized shrimp gets tossed with crisp cucumbers, green onion, fresh dill, and a creamy lime dressing. It checks the box for an easy-to-make and protein-packed dinner idea!

Kale salad with chicken and apples on a white table

Kale Salad With Apples And Chicken: Whether it’s autumn or not, this kale salad hits the spot for a meal that’s simultaneously sweet and salty. Just omit the honey from the apple cider vinaigrette.

This shrimp, asparagus and avocado salad is utterly delicious and perfect for spring. It's a light, vibrant, creamy, healthy avocado salad.

Shrimp, Asparagus, and Avocado Salad: Switch up your salad protein with shrimp! It tastes great when paired with spinach, asparagus, avocado, green onions, and a light vinaigrette for a spring-forward meal.

Need a quick side salad to add to your meal? Here are a few deliciously easy options!

Cucumber salad in a large white bowl

Dinner-Worthy Soup Recipes

There’s nothing like cozying up with a bowl of soup. Don’t worry though, these Whole30 recipes are perfectly filling for a stand-alone meal and are ridiculously rich with flavor!

A bowl of vegetable soup

Vegetable Soup: This turns your simple, everyday vegetables into a delicious soup that’s packed with flavor! Just swap the corn for more beans or other vegetables.

Sweet potato soup topped with watercress and coconut cream.

Sweet Potato Soup: If sweet potatoes are your jam, you’re going to love this creamy sweet potato soup. It’s the most delicious blend of sweet potatoes, carrots, fresh ginger, and spices.

Cabbage soup in a bowl on a table.

Cabbage Soup: This is probably the best light and healthy soup ever. But you can also beef it up with extra protein like diced chicken or ground turkey!

Zucchini soup in two white bowls on a table next to spoons.

Zucchini Soup: If you’re a big zucchini fanatic like I am, this will be your new favorite Whole30 recipe.

Potato Leek soup in bowls on a table

Potato Leek Soup: The perfect soup for when you’re craving a homey, creamy, and savory soup. Bonus — it’s loaded with good-for-you veggies!

Beet soup garnished with parsley in a bowl.

Beet Soup: During beet season, grab the best-looking beets to make this ultra-velvety soup! You will be surprised by how flavorful it is.

Carrot ginger soup in a bowl with a spoon

Carrot Ginger Soup: I’d say this soup is quite healing with a mix of carrots, ginger, onion, and spices. Plus, it’s a delicious contrast of warm, zesty, and sweet!

A white bowl of chicken soup

Chicken Soup: This chicken soup is sure to be on rotation. It’s loaded with tender poached chicken, hearty winter vegetables, and fresh herbs simmered in chicken broth. It’s a simple combination that’s a cozy hug for your taste buds and the best kind of immunity boost.

This roasted red pepper soup is a blend of red peppers, tomatoes, onion and garlic. It's a flavorful and healthy soup recipe!

Roasted Red Pepper And Tomato Soup: Give your average tomato soup a flavor kick by adding roasted red peppers into the mix! The results are smoky, savory, and delicious.

Roasted Cauliflower soup in a bowl, topped with cauliflower, almonds and thyme.

Roasted Cauliflower Soup: It might sound bland, but it’s quite the latter. The onion, garlic, and spices really give this Whole30 soup (that’s also low-carb) some oomph!

(gluten-free, paleo) Cucumber melon gazpacho with ginger shrimp. A cooling and delicious gazpacho, perfect for summer!

Cucumber Melon Gazpacho With Ginger Shrimp: If it’s summer where you are, gazpachos should be at the top of your list. This one is my favorite blend of cucumbers, honeydew, and loads of fresh herbs, and topped with chilled ginger shrimp.

The Best Whole30 Chicken Dinner Recipes

Amp up your protein by adding these delicious Whole30 chicken recipes to your dinner routine. They’re simple, yet loaded with flavor.

Greek sheet pan chicken with vegetables.

Greek Sheet Pan Chicken: Greek marinated chicken roasted with bright veggies is the perfect all-in-one Whole30 recipe. Just make sure to omit the feta cheese!

Chicken fajitas in a pan on a table with toppings.

Chicken Fajitas: I love how quick and easy this is to make with the help of my homemade fajita seasoning. You can eat this on its own or even make lettuce wraps!

A plate of chicken meatballs

Chicken Meatballs: These baked chicken meatballs are the perfect meal to prep for the week. They’re juicy, super flavorful, and served with this herby chimichurri sauce.

Whole30 casserole recipe with shredded chicken, sautéed mushrooms and broccoli, then topped with my Vegan Alfredo Sauce for an easy and healthy weeknight dinner. It's also a dairy-free and paleo casserole recipe.

Whole30 Chicken Broccoli Casserole: This casserole is a favorite around here for Whole30 meal prep! It’s loaded with juicy chicken, broccoli, mushrooms, onion, and my homemade vegan alfredo sauce.

Whole roast chicken in a skillet

Easy Roast Chicken: Think of this as a homemade version of juicy rotisserie chicken — in the best way possible! Plus, it’s great for meal prepping. You can enjoy it in different ways throughout the week.

Chicken salad in a white bowl with spoon.

Ultimate Chicken Salad: With the roast chicken above (or with easy poached chicken), this creamy chicken salad is a must-make. Just make sure to use a Whole30-approved mayonnaise or my homemade mayonnaise!

Greek lemon chicken in a baking dish

Greek Lemon Chicken: This lemon-herb Greek marinade makes this the best chicken dinner ever. Plus, you can always freeze a batch to enjoy for another Whole30 month!

Spinach artichoke chicken bake in a casserole pan

Spinach Artichoke Chicken Bake: This has to be the tastiest (and easiest) mix of diced chicken breast, artichoke hearts, bell pepper, and a creamy lemon-herb sauce.

Baked chicken breasts in a pan.

Best Baked Chicken: Here is everything you need to know about making perfectly juicy chicken breasts in the oven! And if you want to switch up the seasonings, you can make my herb-baked chicken breast.

Coconut Curry Chicken: You can always count on a curry dish for an easy, healthy, and super flavorful Whole30 dinner idea. Just pair it with cauliflower rice!

Crispy baked chicken thighs on a plate.

Crispy Baked Chicken Thighs: These are hands down the best-baked chicken thighs ever. They’re perfectly golden and crispy on the outside, with super juicy insides.

(gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo) This parsnip noodle chicken alfredo is 100% gluten-free and dairy-free. It's a healthier take on the classic chicken alfredo that's absolutely delicious.

Parsnip Noodle Chicken Alfredo: Did you know you can spiralize parsnip into pasta-like noodles? It’s the perfect base to make a chicken alfredo that’s veggie-forward.

A plate full of cooked chicken kebabs, next to tzatziki sauce.

Greek Chicken Kabobs: Pop open the grill (or use an indoor grill) for these juicy chicken kabobs! They’re doused in a lemon herb marinade, skewered with colorful vegetables, and served with a side of fresh vegan tzatziki sauce.

A plate of turkey burgers

Turkey Burger: If you’ve got ground chicken or ground turkey, whip up these turkey burger patties for a versatile meal prep ingredient! You can make a lettuce wrap burger, or burger bowl, or eat them plain with other sides.

Close up of zucchini noodles with chicken and pico de gallo on a white plate.

Mexican Chicken Zucchini Noodles: Zucchini noodles are my favorite Whole30 (and gluten-free) alternative to pasta noodles and can be served in so many ways. Like this Mexican version that’s loaded with pico de gallo, spices, and cilantro! Just omit the queso fresco.

This one pan, roasted basil chicken is an easy meal that's bursting with flavor. Red onions and sliced kumquats become deliciously sweet when roasted.

Basil Chicken With Kumquats: Seared basil-seasoned chicken with blistered kumquats? Now tell me that doesn’t sound good.

Flavorful Pork and Beef Recipes

I’ll show you the many different ways to cook pork and beef, and how to assemble them into crazy good Whole30 recipes.

A white pan of fennel pork meatballs next to a napkin

Fennel Pork Meatballs: Meatballs are the best for an easy yet versatile dinner. And these are loaded with pork, fennel, onion, and fresh herbs!

Sliced carne asada on a cutting board

Carne Asada: Nothing beats this tried and true recipe reminiscent of my travels to Mexico. It’s incredibly tender, perfectly charred on the outside, and big on flavor with my carne asada marinade.

Steak fajitas in a skillet with toppings on the side

Steak Fajitas: Flank steak is doused in a tangy and spiced marinade, then grilled to perfection and tossed with bright vegetables.

A pile of carnitas on a serving plate.

Carnitas: When the Mexican food cravings hit, this juicy and tender carnitas recipe always ticks the box. Bonus — it’s unbelievably easy to make right in a slow cooker!

Spooning butter sauce over filet mignon

Filet Mignon: Whether it’s date night or not, treat yourself to a perfectly cooked filet mignon for a special Whole30 dinner! But don’t worry, this recipe is foolproof and incredibly easy.

Beef barbacoa on a plate with lime wedges.

Barbacoa: If you’re more of a beef person, swap the carnitas for beef chuck roast! This is perfect for making Mexican-style plates or bowls with cilantro lime cauliflower rice, pico de gallo, and guacamole!

Sliced beef brisket on a wooden board.

Beef Brisket: This recipe proves that you don’t need a smoker to make tender brisket at home. This version is seasoned with a special brisket rub and cooked low and slow in the oven with a smoky liquid base.

Taco stuffed zucchini boats on a sheet pan.

Taco Stuffed Zucchini Boats: Stuffed zucchini boats get a Mexica spin with ground beef, then topped with your favorite taco toppings such as cilantro, salsa, red onion, and avocado!

Skirt steak with chimichurri sauce

Skirt Steak with Chimichurri Sauce: On days when you want a more “fancy-ish” dinner, grilled skirt steak always hits the spot. Especially when it’s served with this homemade chimichurri sauce (it’s seriously the best!).

Butternut squash filled with sausage apples and other ingredients in a baking dish.

Apple Sausage Stuffed Butternut Squash: When you’re knee-deep in butternut squash season, I predict this Whole30 dinner will be on repeat. The stuffing is filled with Italian sausage, apples, onion, spinach, dried cranberries, pecans, and fresh herbs.

Slow cooker pulled pork is juicy, flavorful and delicious. The best slow cooker recipe!

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork: A classic pulled pork recipe that’s incredibly juicy and tender! Just pop it into the slow cooker, and you’ve got endless pulled pork meals for the week.

A plate of zucchini noodles topped with bolognese sauce, fresh parmesan and basil.

Zucchini Noodle Spaghetti Bolognese: Another way to make the most of zucchini noodles is to serve it up as bolognese pasta! And yes — this recipe makes the best homemade bolognese sauce.

If you’re a fan of lamb, here are two delicious dinner ideas!

Lamb stew in a bowl.

Easy Whole30 Seafood Recipes

If you’re more of a seafood person, you’re in luck as well. Salmon, shrimp, and many other kinds of seafood are highly recommended for a Whole30 diet. Just make sure you’re not adding in heavy creams and sauces that are not Whole30 compliant.

Poached salmon in a pan

Poached Salmon: This is a friendly reminder to poach your salmon! It’s one of the best ways to get soft and tender fish in just 20 minutes. Plus, it’s cooked in the best poaching liquid infused with fresh herbs, shallots, and lemon slices. Just omit the wine!

Salmon salad in a large white bowl

Salmon Salad: If you’re looking for a unique salmon dish, don’t skip this salmon salad. Slow-roasted and flaky salmon pieces get tossed with red onion, radishes, celery, fresh herbs, and the best creamy dressing.

Cajun shrimp in a pan

Cajun Shrimp: Not only is this made in under 30 minutes, but is extremely flavorful thanks to my homemade Cajun seasoning. So, make extra and keep it on hand to season other proteins as well!

Cods en papillote on a baking sheet

Mediterranean Cod en Papillote: Don’t let the name fool you, because this baked cod dinner is so easy. It’s become one of my favorite light and healthy Whole30 dinners to prep for the week.

Close up photo of tuna meatballs on a plate, with one half eaten.

Baked Tuna Meatballs: Did you know that you can turn canned tuna into deliciously savory meatballs? Just don’t forget the vegan tzatziki sauce on the side for dipping!

Air fryer salmon filets on a plate

Air Fryer Salmon: Got an air fryer? I’ll show you how to perfectly air-fry salmon with the best seasoning! The results are golden, moist, and utterly tender.

Air fryer salmon bites with broccoli rice

Air Fryer Salmon Bites: Another tasty way to enjoy salmon in the air fryer is salmon bites! They’re fun, easy to eat, and easily adaptable to Whole30 by swapping butter for ghee or olive oil. And it tastes great with broccoli rice.

Shrimp fajitas in a pan with avocado slices and lime wedges.

Shrimp Fajitas

Yep, you can use my fajita seasoning to make shrimp fajitas! This dish is great on its own or added to a bowl with other Tex-Mex ingredients.

Shrimp salad in butter leaf lettuces

Shrimp Salad

Add a creamy twist to cooked shrimp! This salad mixes chilled jumbo shrimp with celery, red onion, and the tastiest creamy herb dressing.

Tuna stuffed avocados are a delicious low-carb, keto, Whole30 and paleo-friendly lunch or snack recipe. A simple combination of tuna salad and avocados makes for a healthy lunch recipe.

Tuna Salad: I love to make this classic tuna salad when I’m meal-prepping for the week. You can eat it with a spoon, wrap it in butter leaf lettuce, or make tuna stuffed avocados. And if you’d like a veggie boost — make my broccoli tuna salad that puts broccoli rice to work!

Salmon patties are a deliciously healthy dinner recipe. They're incredibly moist and flavorful and also gluten-free and paleo. I used fresh salmon, but you could use canned salmon as well. #SalmonPatties #HealthyDinnerRecipes #GlutenFreeRecipes #PaleoRecipes #SalmonRecipes

Salmon Patties: Another fun way to use baked salmon is by flaking it to make these salmon patties! Just remember to use Whole30 mayo for both the patties and the lemon dill sauce.

Grilled shrimp skewers on a plate with lemon slices, parsley and the marinade.

Garlic Grilled Shrimp Skewers: Come grilling season, these shrimp skewers are a no-brainer!

Several scallops in a pan.

Scallops With Citrus Ginger Sauce: Here’s your reminder to grab a bag of frozen or market-fresh scallops to make this recipe! The citrus ginger sauce is amazing!

Dijon baked salmon on a tray with a fork.

Dijon Baked Salmon: This baked salmon is another fan-favorite recipe around here when doing a Whole30.

This roasted branzino with citrus pesto recipe is light, bright and extremely flavorful. It's sure to be your favorite fish recipe.

Roasted Branzino With Citrus Pesto: If you ever get your hands on a beautiful branzino, this will be a stunning dinner! Especially with that citrus pesto sauce on top.

A plate of zucchini pasta noodles and shrimp next to a pan with tongs.

Zucchini Pasta With Lemon Garlic And Shrimp: Now, this is the definition of a quick and easy Whole30 recipe! Just pan-sear lemon garlic marinated shrimp, then give it a quick toss with zucchini noodles and fresh parsley.

Vegetable Sides to Round Out your Meal

Whenever you need an accompanying veggie side dish to the proteins above, these Whole30 recipes will give some extra flavor and texture to your meals!

Sauteed cabbage in a pan on a table.

Sauteed Cabbage: A humble and budget-friendly head of cabbage has so much to give when cooked. The leaves become buttery soft, slightly sweet, and perfectly caramelized. Just make sure to use ghee instead of butter!

A pan with fried cabbage and a large serving spoon on a table.

Fried Cabbage; And if you want to take sautéed cabbage to the next level, sauté it with bacon, garlic, onion, and stone ground mustard for a deliciously smoky dish.

A plate of baby bok choy.

Garlic Ginger Bok Choy: Don’t forget about bok choy! The leaves are full of nutrients and taste amazing when sautéed with garlic and ginger.

Cabbage steaks on a sheet pan

Cabbage Steaks: A delicious way to enjoy cabbage on the side with a drizzle of roasted red pepper tahini. They could also be turned into a full entree with a fried egg or cooked ground meat on top!

Air fryer beets on a plate

Air Fryer Beets: One of my favorite ways to cook beets! The outsides are golden and crispy, and the insides become sweet and tender. If you don’t have an air fryer, make these delicious oven-roasted beets instead.

Roasted cauliflower with za'atar spice in a bowl.

Za’atar Roasted Cauliflower: This is the combo you didn’t know you needed. Za’atar spiced roasted cauliflower with sweet dates and toasted pine nuts!

Balsamic bacon brussels sprouts on a serving platter.

Balsamic Bacon Brussels Sprouts: Give roasted Brussels sprouts some oomph with bacon bits and the most easy balsamic glaze!

A white bowl with garlic sauteed spinach with a spoon.

Garlic Sauteed Spinach: This is my favorite for a super zippy side dish. The spinach leaves become super tender and flavored with lots of garlic.

A plate of air fryer baked potatoes

Air Fryer Baked Potato: Cook the perfect baked potato in your air fryer! It’ll make for a great side dish or stuffed with your favorite proteins and veggies.

Blistered tomatoes in a pan with a large serving spoon.

Blistered Tomatoes: When it’s tomato season, grab a bunch of cherry tomatoes to blister them with garlic and herbs! They become extra savory and juicy.

Air fryer broccoli on a plate

Air Fryer Broccoli: This method gets your broccoli perfectly cooked and nicely toasted. If you don’t have an air fryer, this roasted broccoli recipe is runner-up (omit the cheese).

Roasted sweet potatoes on a sheet tray.

Roasted Sweet Potatoes: Roasted sweet potatoes are always a great meal prep ingredient to have. They can easily be reheated for a quick side dish, or even made into meals like this sweet potato hash!

Baked sweet potato is a healthy side dish or main meal. Learn how to bake sweet potatoes in the oven perfectly.

Baked Sweet Potatoes: Not only are baked sweet potatoes a delicious side dish on their own, but great for stuffing with your favorite proteins and other veggies!

If you try any of these recipes during your Whole30 journey, leave a comment below (or on the recipe page) and let the community know how you liked it! Want to see how I do Whole30? Watch my Whole30 What I Eat in a Day video!

Whole30 dinner recipes with baked sweet potato and chicken casserole.

50+ Easy Whole30 Dinner Recipes

4.88 from 8 votes
Prep: 20 minutes
Cook: 25 minutes
Total: 45 minutes
Servings: 6 servings
Author: Lisa Bryan


Get ready for Whole30 dinner recipes that are easy, nutritious and delicious! One of my favorites? This must-make Whole30 casserole recipe that creamy, cheesy and flavorful – without any cream or cheese! Shredded chicken is mixed with sautéed mushrooms and broccoli, then topped with my Vegan Alfredo Sauce for an easy and healthy weeknight dinner.



  • Make the Vegan Alfredo Sauce and set aside. This can also be made the day before and stored in the fridge.
  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees fahrenheit.
  • Heat the olive oil in a large sauté pan over medium heat. Add the sliced mushrooms and diced onion and stir for 3 minutes. Add the broccoli florets (make sure they’re in bite-sized pieces and not too large) and stir for another 3 minutes or until the broccoli is crisp-tender and bright green.
  • Place the shredded chicken in a 9×13-inch casserole dish, covering the bottom. Add the sautéed mushrooms, onions and broccoli in a flat layer on top.
  • Stir the chicken broth into the Vegan Alfredo sauce, then pour on top of the broccoli in the casserole dish. Use a spatula if needed to make sure everything is well coated.
  • Cook the casserole for 20-25 minutes. The sauce should be bubbling and slightly reduced and thickened. Garnish with fresh rosemary if desired and serve immediately.

Lisa’s Tips


Calories: 417.1kcal | Carbohydrates: 27.3g | Protein: 42.8g | Fat: 17.4g | Saturated Fat: 3.4g | Cholesterol: 76.9mg | Sodium: 593.9mg | Fiber: 8.3g | Sugar: 7.1g
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Whole30 dinner recipes, Whole30 dinners, Whole30 Recipes
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Originally posted January 2020, but updated to include new information.

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Lisa is a bestselling cookbook author, recipe developer, and YouTuber (with over 2.5 million subscribers) living in sunny Southern California. She started Downshiftology in 2014, and is passionate about making healthy food with fresh, simple and seasonal ingredients.

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    1. Hi Mike – You can use a whole30-approved mayonnaise and omit the parmesan from the pesto. Hope that helps!

  1. Lisa,
    I usually never write reviews, but I had to!

    so I have never enjoy cooking and was really hard for me to eat healthy, or use the right ingridients/ spices. When I started to make your recipes there are not only delicious, and easy but you give us so much details on how to cook it. and I have learned soooo much from you. You also made me enjoy cooking and NOW I found this amazing Whole30 meal plan! Not only has the grocery list ready for you, but you can just click the name of the recipe, and takes you to it! So easy to navigate this! I cannot thank you enough for creating all of this! You made my life so much healthier and easy, as a mom is the greatest gift! I would recommend this to anybody who wants to eat healthy and delicious!5 stars

  2. Hi Lisa, newish to your site and trying to work my way around, not very good with tech and finding things all over the place. Love, love, love the winter prep with the pulled pork, is there another prep for winter meals or just the one? Great job Barbs x

    1. Hi Barbara – Welcome to the Downshiftology community! You can find all my recipes and sort through things through the recipe category page up in the top navigation. Also, I only have one winter meal prep, but I have a meal prep for all seasons. If you just type in meal prep in the search bar at the very top, they should come up :)

  3. Hi Lisa! Do you think this would freeze well? I’m trying to get into freezer meal prep. Thank you for all the effort you put into sharing your incredible recipes and general knowledge about so many subjects. I really enjoy your site.

    1. Hi Nava- Yes! Some of these recipes are freezer friendly. I will normally always put storage instructions within each recipe towards the bottom :)

  4. Hi Lisa 
    Can you please do a Whole 30 meal prep? I would like to start but i guess i need a little help. 
    Thank you

  5. Are the nutritional facts for the entire casserole or for one serving? If one serving, what would you suggest the serving size be?

    1. Hi Julia – All my nutrition facts are for one serving :) And I have noted that there are 6 servings in this recipe so just evenly divide the casserole into 6 slices.

  6. Hi Lisa,
    What you have is amazing and I can definitely can use many of your recipes to help my daughter learning to eat healthy.  I’m very interested in the Chicken Broccoli Casserole.  However, I’m wondering what can you use to substitute for cashews in the sauce.  Cooking for my daughter can be a little challenging because she’s allergic to dairy, nuts, and peanuts.  I’m trying to get her to eat beans but…..
    I’m so glad I found you.
    Thank you!

    1. Hi Teresa – unfortunately cashews are necessary in that sauce. But you can find coconut milk-based alfredo sauces online as well. I’m glad you’re enjoying all my recipes!

  7. All Recipes are extremely wonderful. Thanks for your post It will really helpful to me. I learned a lot from this post thanks for your post.5 stars

    1. Hi there – Thrilled to hear you learned so much from this post, and the many ways you can make Whole30 delicious :)

  8. Salmon is my all-time favorite and salmon with avocado will make a tastier combination. All the various recipes that you have shared will make it easier for all of us to make it instantly. Thank you for sharing this information with us.5 stars

  9. I’m always on the hunt for new Whole30 recipes, so this roundup is perfect for me! Thanks so much for sharing :)5 stars

  10. Nothing like a great roundup of easy, healthy dinner ideas! This list looks so great! I’ll definitely be trying a few of these!5 stars