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Whole 30 Meal Plan

If you’re currently on the Whole 30 Plan, or simply want to eat more whole, real foods, this Whole 30 Meal Plan is perfect for you!

While the idea behind the Whole 30 Plan is simple (eat whole, real foods), this is easier said than done. It’s no easy feat giving up all processed foods, and planning, then cooking each meal completely from scratch. That’s why we’ve laid out one week’s worth of dinners to make eating clean simpler, and much more sustainable.

Whole 30 Meal Plan

Clean Cuisine Basic Weekly Dinner Plan

Following a clean eating diet (or a plan like the Whole 30) can easily turn into eating the same foods over and over again. With a busy schedule, and what seems like never enough time in the day, being creative with your meals can seem like an exhausting and daunting task.

However, having a diverse diet is not only important for health purposes, but also to keep food exciting, and enjoyable! Because of this, we like to follow a basic weekly guide to help us plan meals throughout the week. Here’s the breakdown:

  • Meat Free Mondays
  • Stir Fry Tuesdays
  • One Dish Wonder Wednesdays
  • Around the World on Thursdays
  • Fish on Fridays
  • Burger Saturdays
  • Slow Cooker/ Chili Sundays

Whole 30 Meal Plan

The Whole 30 Plan is essentially an elimination diet, that takes you back to the basics of eating clean, real foods. It’s a great reset for the gut, and a good option for identifying any food intolerances that may be slowing down your healing.

Due to the guidelines of this diet, the recipes in this Whole 30 Meal Plan are: Whole 30 approved (see small modifications when applicable), grain-free/paleo, gluten-free, and dairy-free.

MONDAY – Meat free

Meat Free Monday’s are a perfect time to enjoy a warm bowl of Carrot Ginger Soup. This soup requires only 6 ingredients, and is smooth, creamy, and delicious.

Carrot Ginger Soup Recipe 2

Enjoy this alongside our Grain-Free Biscuits, and a side salad with our Lemon Salad Dressing.

TUESDAY – Stir Fry

This 20-Minute Chicken Stir Fry with Broccoli Dinner is simple but an incredibly flavorful “clean eating” recipe inspired by Thai cuisine.

Enjoy this dish on it’s own, or pair it with our Cauliflower Rice for some extra veggies!

WEDNESDAY – One Dish Wonder

If you’ve never experienced Sweet Tuna, this is your sign! The sweet and salty flavors of this quick dish are perfect compliments to one another, and offer a flavor you’ll want to keep coming back for.

Open a can of tuna, load it with your favorite add-ons, and you have a delicious, nutrient-dense meal in under 5 minutes.

Sweet Tuna

Enjoy this dish on it’s own, or pair with some Flax Crackers for some delicious, extra texture and flavor.

THURSDAY – Around the World

These delicious Asian Lettuce Wraps are incredibly satisfying and can be served as a main dinner. These Wraps will become a favorite!

Asian Lettuce Wraps

Top these with this dairy-free Sour Cream for a delicious addition!


While shrimp are not technically fish (rather, shrimp are crustaceans), I love to use Fish Friday’s for any type of seafood!

This Mojo Shrimp Skillet is what you call a flavor bomb and is an amazing way to make cauliflower rice something you crave eating!

paleo mojo shrimp

Enjoy this as is, or top with clean salsa for some added flavor, and a bit of extra spice!


If you are trying to eat less meat (a good thing!), this recipe for Mushroom and Beef Sliders (or meatballs!) will give you all the flavor and even the texture of an all-meat slider –with almost half the meat! Enjoy these in a lettuce wrap.

recipe for beef sliders

Looking for some healthy condiment recipes? We’ve got you covered! Click here for our homemade ketchup, mayo, and much more!

SUNDAY – Chili

If you have a sensitive stomach, this Gut-Friendly Pumpkin Chili is perfect for you! By removing the nightshades and beans, I’ve made this chili one you can indulge in without fear of an upset stomach later on.

Gut Friendly Chili

If you’re looking for a delicious appetizer, try these Loaded Potato Skins with crab and pesto before the main dish!

While white potatoes just recently got approved as part of the Whole 30 Plan, they’re not considered paleo. For another option, Grain-Free Biscuits pair perfectly with this chili as well!

A Few Desserts and Smoothies for the Week

While the Whole 30 Plan does not allow any added sweeteners of any type (including maple syrup and honey), you’re welcome to enjoy all types of fruit! Here are some of our favorite smoothies and desserts without added sweeteners.

Turmeric Orange Detox Smoothie/Popsicle – Filled with anti-inflammatory, detoxifying ingredients, this recipe can be made into a smoothie or popsicle!

Healthiest Protein Shake – In this Healthy Protein Shake Recipe, we are ditching the processed protein powder. Here, we share the secret for the healthiest and cleanest protein.

Berry Blast Popsicles – These Berry Blast Popsicles are filled with polyphenols, vitamins, and minerals, and also offer a punch of protein due to the creamy cashews they include. They’re quick, easy, and a super satisfying treat for the Whole 30 Plan!

Cranberry Blueberry Smoothie – This Cranberry Blueberry Smoothie recipe has no added sugar and packs a real superfood punch using frozen cranberries and wild blueberries.

Recommended Kitchen Equipment

This is our favorite kitchen equipment to help with our Whole 30 meal plan. Let us know if you have any questions!

Madison Suttles

Madison is passionate about health, fitness, and Jesus. She has lived with autoimmune symptoms nearly her entire life, but was diagnosed with Crohn's Disease in 2016. She shares her experience with Crohn's and living on a modified Specific Carbohydrate Diet as a resource to others on their health journeys.

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