The Whole30 blogger community has me helped tremedously, keeping me successful throughout all three rounds of my Whole30. If you are doing the offical September Whole30, the good news is you are half way done (woo!) but the potentially not so good news is you might be struggling to find new and exciting recipes to keep you motivated and on point for the next couple of weeks.
Today I'm sharing a few of my favorite Whole30 bloggers (including links to my favorite recpies) that I love and are regular go-to's for me. I made many of these recipes during my last round of Whole30 and I actually make most even when I'm not on a round. They are all so delicious and healthy options to eat at any time.
Paleo Running Momma
Michelle at Paleo Running Momma is one of my favorites. I think her site was one of the first I came across during my first round of Whole30. I probably cook more of her recipes than any. She has several great recipes that are on repeat around our house. A few of my favorites include Bacon, Burger & Fries Bake, Loaded Taco Sweet Potato Skillet, Veggie Ranch Meatloaf, Mexican Breakfast Casserole, Pumpkin Chili, and Pesto Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes.
Just Jessie B
I have made just a few recipes from Jessie but what I have made I loved. Beef Enchilda Breakfast Bake is a great breakfast or anytime option and the Buffalo Chicken Chowder is perfect especially if you are a buffalo chicken fan. Another favorite is the Crispy Instant Pot Carnitas. Anything you can do in the instant pot is definitely a good choice.
Jay's Baking Me Crazy
A favorite of mine from Jessica at Jay's Baking Me Crazy is the Instant Pot Pulled Pork. One of the main reasons this is a highlight is that my kids love it. And, in my opionion, if the kids love it that's a huge win. I actually make this one in the crockpot rather than instant pot because I love the smell of it cooking all day long. Really good.
Real Food Dietitians
I think my favorite Whole30 recipe of all time and one I make repeatedly is the Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken from Real Food Dieticians. I always make it according to recipe but then often double the recipe for extra buffalo chicken all week. Leftovers are great served as a salad over greens with roasted sweet potatoes, carrots, and compliant ranch drizzle.
Healthy Little Peach
I love chili. Especially come fall and winter when the temps cool down, I often will make chili once a week. Ashley at Healthy Little Peach has a great Spicy Bison Chili that you are sure to enjoy.
Pretend It's a Donut
Not only is this blog a great name, but one of my most recent amazing finds are the Proscuitto Egg Cups from Jenn at Pretend It's a Donut. These are so simple. Like stupid simple and so good. They reheat well so you can make several and have ready as a quick snack or add on for your breakfast all week long.
Melissa's Food Freedom
I love the simplicity of Melissa's recipes. A couple that I make regularly are breakfast focused including her Lazy Breakfast Casserole and Sweet Potato Avocado Toast. Pretty basic recipes but that's what makes them so great and repeatable.
I definitely recommend these bloggers. Check them out if you haven't already and you can also find them all on Instagram. You'll likely love what you see and have a few new recipes to add to your Whole30 arsenal.
Happy cooking, eating and Whole30'ing!