Hooray, we did it, our second round of Whole30 is officially over!! To celebrate, I baked a batch of double chocolate chip cookies and had JD take me out for pizza. We tried out Pizza Snob for the first time, and I just about died it was so amazing. Thankfully, the pizza didn’t hurt my stomach, but all of the extra chocolate chips were a little too much.

Lesson learned, pizza is always a good idea.

But before we sit here and daydream about cheesy pizza slices and soy-dipped sushi rolls, let’s go through this last week’s meal plan.

Whole30 Meal Plan

Monday

Breakfast: Chorizo and Eggs.

Lunch: Southern Shrimp Salad.

Dinner: Crockpot Chicken “Tortilla” Soup.

Tuesday

Breakfast: RXBAR with Fruit.

Lunch: Hot Links with a Baked Sweet Potato.

Dinner: Sausage and Potatoes. I sincerely love this recipe. It’s crazy easy, and always filling.

Wednesday

Breakfast: Fried Eggs with Bacon and Fruit.

Lunch: Quick Chicken Salad.

Dinner: Whole30 Chili (Found in the Whole30 book).

Thursday

Breakfast: Omelet with Tomatoes, Onions, and Bell Pepper.

Lunch: Almond, Berry, Chicken Salad, cut the cheese and make your own dressing. The Whole30 book has a ton of dressing variations.

Dinner: Crockpot Salsa Verde Chicken.

Friday

Breakfast: Banana with Cashew Butter and Cinnamon.

Lunch: Leftover Chili.

Dinner: Apple Cranberry Walnut Salad with Grilled Chicken, cut the cheese.

Saturday

Breakfast: Eggs Benedict with Avocado and Hashbrowns. The Whole30 book has an easy and super delicious hollandaise recipe.

Lunch: Quick Chicken Salad.

Dinner: Buffalo Ranch Chicken with Homemade Guacamole.

Sunday

Breakfast: Omelet with Diced Ham, Onion, and Tomato.

Lunch: Southern Shrimp Salad.

Dinner: Pork Chops with Red Potatoes and Green Beans, don’t forget to cut the parmesan.

Monday

Breakfast: RXBAR with Fruit.

Lunch: Leftover Buffalo Ranch Chicken.

Dinner: Zoodles with Avocado Pesto and Chicken Meatballs.

Tuesday

Breakfast: Banana with Cashew Butter and Cinnamon.

Lunch: Honestly, any Whole30 leftovers (I’m not a fan of wasting food).

Dinner: Steak with Sweet Potato Home Fries, nix the parmesan cheese.


So now that your Whole30 is over, what was your celebratory meal (leave it in the comments below!!)?? Did you immediately go for something you couldn’t have while doing the Whole30, or did you decide to stick to your newly established routine?

P.S. Whole30 Meal Plan: Week 1, Whole30 Meal Plan: Week 2, and Whole30 Meal Plan: Week 3.


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