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Whether you are looking for Whole30 Recipes because you are following the Whole30 diet or are simply in need of some tasty, healthy recipe inspiration to eat well all year long, this is the list for you!

Baked Whole30 Salmon with Creamy Avocado Sauce. Tender and flakey with the most delicious cilantro lime flavors, this easy salmon recipe is perfect for quick, healthy dinners, even if you aren't following a Whole30 diet and is paleo and gluten free too!

I’ve put together my favorite Whole30 vegetarian recipes (one of the biggest challenges I hear with the Whole30 diet is how meat-heavy it can be), Whole30 breakfast recipes, and easy Whole30 lunches and dinners (including Whole30 slow cooker and one-pan meals). These recipes use minimally processed ingredients, are easy to make, and most importantly of all: they taste INCREDIBLE.

No matter what diet your do or do not follow, you deserve to eat food that tastes great! Today’s list is the best of the best, and I have even more Whole30 recipes on my site.

If you’ve been searching for Whole30 recipes on Pinterest, you know that there is a wide variety of options out there. It’s hard to know which recipes to trust. I can personally attest that this list includes the most delicious Whole30 recipes for every meal. We’ve eaten and loved every single one of these, and I know you will too!

Before we dive into the recipes, let’s discuss some Whole30 diet specifics.

What is the Whole30 Diet?

Whole30 is a diet and lifestyle change that you follow for 30 days at a time. During these 30 days, those on the diet avoid any potentially inflammatory foods and drinks.

One of the most important things to remember during the Whole30 diet: check the labels on everything. Even items that seem Whole30 compliant may have sneaky ingredients that don’t align with the diet, so make sure you check out all the details. Added sugars are a big culprit here.

What Can I Eat on the Whole30 Plan?

  • Allowed on Whole30: While following the Whole30 diet, you can eat unprocessed meats, seafood, vegetables, eggs, fruit, nuts and seeds, some oils, ghee, and coffee (thank goodness!). Look for items with very few or only one ingredient.
  • Not Allowed on Whole30. During your time on Whole30, you cannot consume anything with added sugars or sweeteners, alcohol, grains (rice, pasta, and corn), legumes (all beans, chickpeas, peanuts, all forms of soy, and lentils), dairy, baked goods (pancakes, breads, tortillas, granola, cereal, and ice cream), or junk foods (commercially-made potato chips, candy, popcorn, most packaged snack items).

One ingredient that is often questioned on Whole30 is potatoes. YES, potatoes are Whole30 compliant. You should, however, still avoid things like commercially-made french fries and potato chips, since those typically include ingredients not allowed on Whole30. Sweet potatoes are also Whole30 compliant.

If you want to learn more about what is and is not allowed during Whole30, check out this helpful PDF from

Adapting Recipes for Whole30

  • Many recipes can be easily adapted to be Whole30 compliant. I’ve listed any necessary swaps and omissions next to the recipes below.
  • When you’re planning to adapt a recipe for Whole30, make sure to plan ahead so you have time to grab substitute ingredients if needed. Also, stock up on those commonly used Whole30 substitutions so you’re always ready to make your favorite recipes, such as coconut aminos, ghee, and arrowroot powder.

Now, let’s dig into these delicious Whole30 recipe ideas!

Whole30 Lunch Recipes (also Great for Dinner!)

Whole30 chili in a white bowl with avocado and jalapeno

Whole30 Chicken Recipes

A plate of Lemon Pepper Wings tossed in a lemon pepper wings wet sauce

Whole30 Breakfast Recipes

Egg muffins on a blue plate

Whole30 Crockpot Recipes

Healthy Crockpot Asian Lettuce Wraps with ground chicken or ground turkey, green onions, and fresh veggies. BETTER THAN PF CHANG’S! This fresh, healthy slow cooker recipe is so easy to make and the sauce is so flavorful and not too spicy. Serve with lettuce cups or rice for a delish low carb meal.

Whole30 Vegetarian Recipes

Easy and healthy Whole30 Vegetarian Power Bowl. Low carb, packed with roasted veggies, with a creamy and delicious Whole30 dressing. Top with a soft boiled egg for a filling, high protein vegetarian meal! Dairy free, gluten free, grain free, and Paleo compliant.

Whole30 Side Dishes

A white bowl with roasted garlic Brussels sprouts

Whole30 Salad Recipes

Tomato avocado salad with cheese


Do you have a favorite Whole30 recipe that isn’t on this list? If so, I want to hear about it in the comments below. I’m always looking for new healthy recipe inspiration!


Easy, healthy Whole30 recipes for every meal! Includes Whole30 breakfasts, Whole30 vegetarian recipes, Whole30 dinners, chicken recipes, one pan meals, slow cooker and more!

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Erin Clarke

Hi, I'm Erin Clarke, and I'm fearlessly dedicated to making healthy food that's affordable, easy-to-make, and best of all DELISH. I'm the author and recipe developer here at and of The Well Plated Cookbook. I adore both sweets and veggies, and I am on a mission to save you time and dishes. WELCOME!

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  1. Just try whole30 food and looking for recipes. Thanks for a lot recipes that I can eat for whole week. Pinned it!

  2. How are these whole30? From what I’ve read whole30 means no added sugar, yet the beef and broccoli calls for coconut sugar. The breakfast muffins include feta but again I thought whole30 means no dairy. I’m confused… If they need to be slightly altered to be whole30 compliant, then I think that should be stated in the recipes and article.

    1. Hi Aubrey, I do state any necessary adjustments in the description for each recipe. Thanks for mentioning the beef and broccoli one—I’ll double check that! I hope you enjoy if you decide to give some of them a try.