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Just cube the sweet potatoes and kielbasa, chop the bell peppers, and drop everything in a hot skillet. Recipe here.
If you find this to be bland, sprinkle a little bit of cracked salt to draw out all the flavors. Recipe here.
ZERO chopping required (except those limes). Just make sure the chili powder you use doesn't include any sugar. Recipe here.
Tossed with salty capers and garlic and topped with Aleppo pepper, this flavorful appetizer could honestly serve as a meal by itself. But if you'd like to make it a fuller dish, serve with a side of baked chicken breast or another protein. Recipe here.
Crack an egg on top if you're looking for a little more protein. Recipe here.
To cut prep time, buy pre-washed, pre-cut kale, then for the topping, simply toss the shallots, apple slices, and pepitas on a skillet. Recipe here.
Bone broth + your dairy-free milk of choice (coconut milk is recommended here) make for a rich and creamy soup. Recipe here.
So straightforward, you can see all the ingredients in the photo above. Just remember to skip the honey in the dressing to make it Whole30-compliant. Recipe here.
You've tried sweet potatoes chopped and baked. Now try them grated and made into mini egg cups. Recipe here.
Have you discovered coconut aminos yet? They're a Whole30-approved condiment that tastes like soy sauce and adds just the right amount savory to a dish like this. Recipe here.
This recipe replaces couscous with ground chicken broken up in a food processor. Top with a moderate amount of dried cranberries for a little extra flavor. Recipe here.
So, this isn't the quickest dish on the list but a hearty chili will be worth the time. Plus, it's one of the best meals to make in bulk and reheat later. Recipe here.