Welcome to another week of Healthy 7, where we feature some fabulously delicious recipes that just happen to be Whole30-compliant. This week’s highlights include sausage tomato basil frittata, “breaded” paleo chicken cutlets with spinach artichoke twice baked potatoes, prosciutto scallops with seared asparagus, and pot roast with vegetables. How does that sound to you? Bring it on!
The week starts with Sausage Tomato Basil Frittata, from PaleoRunningMomma. This dish works really well during this busy time of year – it’s really fast and easy to prepare. The recipe uses sweet Italian pork sausage, which adds a nice zing to the frittata. But you are welcome to use whatever sausage you like.
For dinner, feast on “Breaded” Paleo Chicken Cutlets, again from PaleoRunningMomma, paired with one of my favorites – Spinach Artichoke Twice Baked Potato. These potatoes are divine and nearly steal the show. The chicken cutlets, “breaded” with a blend of almond and coconut flour, turn out crispy and juicy! A great combination of “homestyle” dishes.
The lunch menu continues with Prosciutto Scallops with Seared Asparagus. compliments of Meatified. This is an absolutely beautiful dish and if you’re serving company, this will impress. And this dish is also quick and easy to prepare, which seems to be the theme this week.
And now, for the capstone event, Pot Roast with Vegetables, from Stupideasypaleo. This is a hearty meal that leaves you with two big decisions. First, which vegetables do you want to use to make this roast your new favorite? Second, should you add the red wine or not? It’s up to you!
And here’s your weekly reminder to make the Health 7 menu work for you! Swap out vegetables. Adapt the recipes to meet your needs. Don’t make something you know you’ll hate! You can always pull out favorites from previous menus and switch around your meals as you like. I want YOU to be successful as you prioritize your health, so make adjustments that will guarantee success! Have a healthy and happy week.
You can also try Barefoot Provisions and Thrive Market. Both deliver organic and non-GMO products right to your door, and offer a good selection of Whole30-compliant foods.