I've been looking back through my blog, trying to remember what we ate last time we did this. It seemed like a good idea to put ALL of the recipes that I loved in ONE place for me this time, for anyone else doing a Whole30 who needs inspiration.
My FAVORITE recipe recommendation when someone talks about getting sick of eggs: Sweet Potato Hash !!! Do NOT skip the paleo bacon! (I link to what I use later in this post) I am making it for breakfast for the week and it's the one thing I look forward to the most! Add avocado and a fried egg on top for sheer delicious!
Crockpot Balsamic Chicken - I was chicken-thigh-a-phobic before we tried this recipe. But this recipe - I ALWAYS use thighs! I despise taking skin off chicken, but I will do it for this recipe. :-) My kids love this recipe - as in, seconds, thirds, as much as I will let them eat!
Plantain Nachos - Whole30 or not, I will always use this recipe for my taco meat. The plantain chips are so good they are almost SWYPO.... but it's approved, so I will go with it!
Old School Italian Meat Sauce - I make this, but without the "meat sauce" part. It's my go-to marinara for spaghetti squash, chicken and meatballs.
Good old burger - we splurged on grass fed beef, which we don't normally do. We grilled the burgers and added the Pederson's bacon (PALEO - no sugar added!!) *
Prosciutto Wrapped Egg Muffins - Perfect for breakfast! Last time I made them, I blended spinach with the eggs and called it "Green eggs and ham" - my daughter had asked for them. She, of course, hated them (green, ya know) but I loved them! This time I am going to try to put in peppers, onion and more spinach!
And my FAVORITE: Ginger Lime Shrimp. Mostly my favorite because we had them for dinner and my SHRIMP HATING daughter decided she loves shrimp! It has a great flavor and I am definitely including it in my meal plan in the coming week!
Hubby's favorite - Buffalo Chicken wraps - I cooked ground chicken in ghee and Frank's hot sauce. I loaded that up in a lettuce wrap with celery, avocado and tomato.
*If this is your first Whole30, make SURE you are reading ingredients, NOT just sugar content! Often times, lunch meats, bacon, ham etc will have a 0g sugar content but there is still sugar used in the preparation, often a rub or brine. THIS COUNTS!!