WHOLE 30, ALL EASYSophie Duvall
The holidays are a busy time for everyone. From traveling to last-minute shopping, our routines are thrown off starting from mid-November through the New Year. One of the first of our normalcies to be sacrificed is a well-balanced diet. Because when you have a dozen sugar cookies sitting on the counter and half a dozen presents still needing to be wrapped, do you really need to go grocery shopping? Get back on track and feeling like yourself again with these easy Whole30 recipes.
Who says you can’t have zoodles for breakfast?
Have your toast and eat it too with this recipe that trades the bread for a generous slice of sweet potato
When those takeout cravings kick in, turn to this recipe which is a savory spin on mango sticky rice. It takes about as long to make it as it would to order it, maybe even less.
When it comes to giving in to temptation, there are few foods that hold more power than pizza. Get the whole family involved by having them make their own versions of this healthy take on a crowd favorite.
This is one of those recipes we love because the hardest part is throwing the ingredients together in a bowl. Pair it with this Tomatillo Avocado Salsa also by Primally Inspired and your weeknight meal will transform into a fiesta.
Southern-style cooking is rich in flavor but often high in calories and bad fats. Not so with this recipe made with just five ingredients!
Whole30 is a 30-day program designed to reset your nutrition by eliminating unhealthy cravings from foods like sugar, grains, and dairy. Read more about the program at whole30.com and remember to consult your physician before making major changes to your diet.