Whole30 is an incredible journey. You learn so much about your body and how it relates to food. But there is no denying that it is an uphill journey. Depending on your starting point, the grade can be quite steep! But as with any worthwhile undertaking, careful planning can help you stay the course.
If you’re following the Whole30 diet, I have some exciting news for you: I have compiled 21 So Yummy and Easy Whole 30 Frozen Meals you can make in 30 Minutes or Less from which to choose, making it simple for you to get started, keep going, or finish up – wherever you are on the journey.

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Easy and Healthy Crockpot Steak Italiano Marinara

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This Crockpot Steak Italiano is an easy and healthy recipe your whole family will love!
This Healthy Steak Italiano Marinara is so easy and so delicious. The steak literally melts in your mouth. The flavors are so simple, yet so good! The best part, it can be eaten several ways. The first night, we ate it on leftover mashed potatoes. The next day, the boys had it over pasta for lunch. This is definitely a new favorite in our house. I hope it will be in yours too!

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BACON AVOCADO RANCH EGG MUFFIN RECIPE {PALEO, WHOLE 30 COMPLIANT}

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These over the top delicious bacon avocado ranch egg muffin cups are a great easy breakfast recipe that can be made fresh or made ahead as a freezer meal and reheated. They are even Paleo and Whole30 compliant so make a great healthy on the go breakfast too!
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ITALIAN CHICKEN SAUSAGE EGG BAKE

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An egg bake is basically a frittata, a crustless quiche, a baked omelette if you will. Call it whatever you want. When you break it down, you really just throw whatever meat and veggies you like into a baking dish, pour some whisked eggs over it all, and bake it until it doesn’t jiggle. Oh, you can also add some cheese, if you’re into that kind of thing. But since I was shooting for a Whole30 recipe here, I left it out.
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Paleo Frittata Recipe – Tomato Bacon and Fresh Herbs

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This Paleo frittata recipe is a great way to use up extra tomatoes. Two things that I always have too much of in the summer are tomatoes and eggs. I always plant tomatoes in the garden and our chickens are generally laying pretty well by that time. I decided to try to use up a few of both in this Paleo frittata recipe. Some frittata recipes call for the addition of milk and cheese which are not Paleo. This Paleo frittata recipe doesn’t so it’s a great choice for breakfast or a light lunch. These other frittata recipes would be delicious choices as well.
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TURKEY APPLE SAUSAGE PATTIES

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On the many Whole30 Instagram feeds I follow, I often see people posting about Aidell’s Chicken & Apple Sausage. I always check the price at my grocery store, but it seems so expensive (at over $6 for a 4-pack)!
So when I found this recipe for Bruce Aidell’s Apple & Chicken Sausage (from my girl Martha), I was PUMPED to try it. I did change some things, but the fundamental flavors remain, and they turned out SO WELL! I made a double batch so I could stock my freezer, and they are sadly all gone 🙁 Looks like I’ll have to make another batch!
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Indian Spiced Chicken Zucchini Fritters

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I’m a little bit obsessive when it comes to food. I can happily eat the same thing day after day, while The Pastor scratches his head and looks for something else to eat.
It was pretty clear this recipe was a keeper when he willingly ate these fritters twice in three days for lunch. Easy and quick to make, they’re perfect for using up leftover chicken but work equally well with canned chicken if that’s what you have on hand. They’re also great for that glut of zucchini I’m still getting from family and friends that garden.
And I have to give credit to the Paleo Parent’s for the birth of this recipe. The zucchini latkes in Eat Like A Dinosaur are probably my most made recipe in a cookbook that I use weekly, and I’ve been playing around with more savory versions for months.
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