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One of the challenges of Whole30 eating is festivities, and the food that seems to transpire with every celebration. If you find yourself invited to a large gathering and would like something healthy to bring, give Super Bowl Crockpot Chili a try, from Meatified. It’s a great Whole30-compliant option and it can feed an army – 5 pounds of ground beef! Cut the recipe in half for a smaller crowd, or store the remaining chili in the freezer. Enjoy!
This week’s menu features dairy-free tomato soup, easy weeknight meatloaf with mashed potatoes and vegetables, parsnip noodles with ham and butternut squash sage sauce, and crispy Latin American chicken with lime & coconut cauliflower rice. Have a great week!
Our week starts with some yummy Dairy Free Tomato Soup, from Meatified. I don’t know about you, but I love a good bowl of tomato soup, especially on a chilly winter day. This recipe hits the spot. And if the soup doesn’t quite fill you up or you need some more vegetables in your diet, add a side salad with your favorite toppings.
For dinner, we have Weeknight Paleo Meatloaf, from Noshtastic. If you like, you can add extra vegetables to the meatloaf – I frequently add shredded zucchini to my meatloaf. Pair the meatloaf with Whole30 Mashed Potatoes from the DefinedDish. This is my go-to mashed potato recipe and I’ve yet to tire of it. Add vegetables of your choice. Perhaps some steamed mixed vegetables?
Next on our menu is Parsnip Noodles with Ham and Butternut Squash Sage Sauce, from Inspiralized. If you have a difficult time finding parsnips, you can try sweet potatoes instead. And it’s totally okay to experiment with the spices in this dish.
Finally, our last meal of the week is Crispy Paleo Latin American Chicken from Meljoulwan.com. This recipe uses a great blend of seasonings and I love crispy chicken! Try pairing the chicken with Lime & Coconut Cauliflower Rice, from Meatified. Make sure you get the unsweetened shredded coconut for this recipe. Enjoy!
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.
Dr. Brenda is a financial coach, educator, researcher, and sociologist. In addition to blogging at The Five Journeys, she is the founder of the Gutsy Women Club. Her passion is guiding people on their journey to financial freedom through coaching at DrBrendaMoneyCoach and online courses at DreamBigMoneyAcademy.com.
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