Whole 30 Meal Plan – Week 1

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I mentioned in a recent blog post that I was planning to start following the Whole 30 Meal Plan soon, and I’m excited to begin next Monday! My biggest problem with new eating habits or diets is that I’m not fully prepared when I start. And being unprepared is what causes me to fail. So this time I am working to prepare well in advance!

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I have created my Whole 30 meal plan for week 1, and I’m working on the following weeks as well. Dinners are planned first, and then I choose from a variety of options for breakfast and lunch (with leftovers as an option, always). I know if I keep our foods as close to “normal” and family friendly, there’s less chance of deviating from the plan. So far everything has been kid- and hubby-approved, so I think we are off to a good start. Here’s what I have so far:

Breakfast Options:

Eggs of all sorts
Sauteed sweet potato
Breakfast Salad (it’s a thing)
Leftovers (I ate chicken curry for breakfast this morning and it was amazing)

Lunch Options:

Salads with chicken (I cook a lot of chicken in advance)


Curry Chicken with Salad
Shredded Beef Tacos
Avocado and Shrimp Salad
Turkey Burgers and Sweet Potato Fries
Slow Cooker Balsamic Chicken with Roasted Veggies


I am shopping for groceries twice per week, so that my produce stays as fresh as possible. Also, this will allow me to make changes if necessary if something comes up midweek. I’m still looking for new recipes on Pinterest and Instagram (whole30recipes is a great IG to follow), and I would love it if you tag me or share some yummy ideas with me!

Want to join my private group on Facebook and do the Whole 30 with us? Comment below or message me on Facebook and I will add you to our group.


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  1. Good luck to you! I did Whole 30 and it made my insides feel so clean and my energy was so great!

  2. Ah best of luck!! I tried one in Sept. and majorly failed. However reading the book taught me so much and made me think twice about all of my eating choices. For me, the hardest part was not being able to eat bread.

  3. Good luck on your Whole 30! You are inspiring me to step up my game when it comes to meal planning. I’ve been wanting to make more of an effort and your printable might just be the best way to get it done. Thanks for sharing!

  4. I hear that the whole 30 can really help with inflammation. I want tot try it. I need to just suck it up and give it a go. Your list looks good any thing that still lets me have bacon is worth trying.

  5. Whole30 changed my life! Great way to reset, but darn, I swear Days 5 and 6 were super tough. Hang in there! I’m still semi-whole30 right now. For the most part at least! xoxo, Bern

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