Whole30 Menu- Week 3

Whole30 Menu- Week 3

Welcome! If you are new to this “series” our household has taken on the Whole30 for the month of January. Below you will find quick and easy meals that suite a busy family (because that is who we are!) 3 meals + 2 snacks a day for the next 7 days! Links to recipes are provided and are also in a Whole30 folder on my pinterest page. IMG_6859

To check out week 1’s menu click HERE.

To check out week 2’s menu click HERE

 

Snacks for “Hangry Hours”

There are snacks listed that will be prepared ahead of time. But we also have a few other snacks in the house to ward off “emergency hangry” hours. Kale chips, extra larabars, turkey meat, hardboiled eggs, etc…

Preparing for the Week

  1. Saturday or Sunday: Grocery Shop
  2. Sunday: Pre-Cut apples & cook sausage for quicker cooking during mornings with Hash on the menu. TIP: Buy pre-cut butternut squash from Costco or Trader Joes! And the washed and pre-cut kale.
  3.  Sunday or Monday: Make Frittata Muffins
    1. I love the “muffin” idea because they are SO easy to just grab a couple, throw a glob of guac, salsa, and voila breakfast complete.
  4. Sunday: Pre-mix Nut & Dried Fruit
    1. Homemade is so much cheaper and it takes three seconds to make. Throw it all into a big bag or fill small lunch baggies for ready-to-go snacks for work.
  5. Sunday-Wednesday: Make Enchilada Sauce 
  6. Tuesday: Marinate 1/2lb chicken breast for 24 hours
    1. This is for the moroccan salad on Wednesday- see the recipe for the marinade.

 

I have added the links to recipes when available. My Pinterest page has a lot of recipes too, check it out!

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Day Fifteen

Breakfast: Hash- Butternut squash, apple cubes, sausage, kale with fried eggs *same recipe as previous weeks, different ingredients*

Snack: Smoothie- almond milk, chia seed, flax seed, spinach, cucumber, carrot, banana, mango, berry

Lunch: Tuna Salad with Olive Oil or Vinaigrette Dressing

Snack: Apple with almond butter

Dinner: Crock Pot Chili over bed of Spinach


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Day Sixteen

Breakfast: Frittata Muffins

Snack: Smoothie- almond milk, chia seed, flax seed, spinach, cucumber, carrot, banana, mango, berry

Lunch: leftovers Crock Pot Chili over bed of Spinach

Snack: Larabar

Dinner: Perfect Steak with Balsamic Glazed Brussels Sprouts


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Day Seventeen

Breakfast: Hash- Butternut squash, apple cubes, sausage, kale with fried eggs *same recipe as previous weeks, different ingredients*

Snack: Smoothie- almond milk, chia seed, flax seed, spinach, cucumber, carrot, banana, mango, berry

Lunch: leftovers Crock Pot Chili over bed of Spinach

Snack: Banana with almond butter

Dinner: Moroccan Chicken Salad


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Day Eighteen

Breakfast: Frittata Muffins

Snack: Smoothie- almond milk, chia seed, flax seed, spinach, cucumber, carrot, banana, mango, berry

Lunch: leftovers Moroccan Chicken Salad

Snack: Larabar

Dinner: Enchilada Sweet Potatoes 


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Day Nineteen

Breakfast: Hash- Butternut squash, apple cubes, sausage, kale with fried eggs *same recipe as previous weeks, different ingredients*

Snack: Smoothie- almond milk, chia seed, flax seed, spinach, cucumber, carrot, banana, mango, berry

Lunch: leftovers Enchilada Sweet Potatoes 

Snack: Apple with almond butter

Dinner: Lettuce Wrap “Tacos” (for whole30 omit crema) 


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Day Twenty

Breakfast: Frittata Muffins

Snack: Smoothie- almond milk, chia seed, flax seed, spinach, cucumber, carrot, banana, mango, berry

Lunch: Smoked Salmon (store bought- check New Seasons or Costco) with Green Salad

Snack: Larabar

Dinner: leftovers Lettuce Wrap “Tacos”


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Day Twenty-One

Breakfast: Hash- Butternut squash, apple cubes, sausage, kale with fried eggs *same recipe as previous weeks, different ingredients*

Snack: Smoothie- almond milk, chia seed, flax seed, spinach, cucumber, carrot, banana, mango, berry

Lunch: Turkey roll-ups 

Snack: Banana with almond butter

Dinner: “Breaded” Chicken Fingers with Rustic Mashed Red Potatoes 


3 thoughts on “Whole30 Menu- Week 3

      1. Thanks so much!! Those words of encouragement are more needed that I ever thought they would be, today was my total meltdown day but I did not cave, so pretty happy. No it is DEFINITELY NOT easy but we will all be better for it! Great job to you too 🙂

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