Whole30: Day 10

Today’s meals were noteworthy but I am going to keep this short because I put together a great round up of Whole30 recipes from several blogs, and I want you to get to that quickly–thanks to everyone who let me link to your great recipes!  It’s 30 Whole30 recipes, and I want to try them all.

Breakfast today was something I rather unattractively called “Green Pudding.”  I don’t go in for smoothie-type-things as a rule, but this was ZOMG delicious.  I tossed a small frozen banana into the blender with a small avocado, one pitted date, a few handfuls of fresh spinach, and some coconut milk.  Blended it up and ate it with a spoon.

Coconut Avocado Pudding

Lunch was leftover bison meatloaf topped with an egg over easy.  For dinner I decided to make faux sushi.  I mixed some of my homemade mayo with that wasabi powder I mentioned yesterday and then stirred in some lump crab.  I rolled that into nori sheets along with cucumber and avocado.  The crab salad helped it all stay together without rice.  More wasabi on the side.  Nori is the original grain-free wrap, so I will probably do some more experiments along this line–plus I love nori.

Whole30 Sushi

Anyway, enough about me–here’s that round up of 30 recipes for Whole30:

Main Dishes:

30 Whole30 Recipes
From top left going clockwise: Quick Chicken Korma, Zesty Chicken Bites, Coconut Red Curry Shrimp, Pistachio Crusted Flank Steak, Chicken with Italian Plums, and Crispy Spiced Chicken Livers

Quick Chicken Korma from An Edible Mosaic

Coconut Red Curry Shrimp from Running to the Kitchen

Crispy Spiced Chicken Livers from Everyday Maven

Zesty Chicken Bites from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen

Apple-Onion Chicken Breakfast Sausage from An Edible Mosaic

Pistachio Crusted Flank Steak with Peach Puree from Running to the Kitchen

Mahi with Crispy Sweet Potato Crust from Seasonal and Savory

Punjabi Style Chicken Soup from Everyday Maven

Chicken with Italian Plums from Seasonal and Savory

Paleo Meatball Subs from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen


30 Whole30 Recipes
From top left going clockwise: Cucumber Noodles with Asparagus, Hasselback Sweet Potatoes, Grilled Marinated Artichokes, Roasted Eggplant Dip, Baby Bok Choy Soup, and Balsamic Roasted Vegetables

Balsamic Roasted Vegetables from Cupcakes and Kale Chips

Cucumber Noodles with Asparagus and Ginger Scallion Sesame Sauce from Gourmande in the Kitchen

Baked Butternut Squash Fries from Homemaking Hacks

Cauliflower Hash from An Edible Mosaic

Cleansing Garlicky Baby Bok Choy Soup from An Edible Mosaic

Cauliflower Tabbouleh from Gourmande in the Kitchen

Parsnip Hummus Dip from Gourmande in the Kitchen

Orange-Spiked Beet and Walnut Spread from Farm Fresh Feasts

Cucumber Avocado Salsa from Meal Planning Magic

Roasted Eggplant Dip from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen

Grilled Marinated Artichokes from Tasty Yummies

Braised Carrots with Leeks from Karen’s Kitchen Stories

Hasselback Sweet Potatoes with Crispy Garlic from Everyday Maven

Carrot Salad with Citrus and Pecans from Seasonal and Savory

No-cheat Sweets and Treats:

30 Whole30 Recipes
From top left going clockwise: Key Lime Coconut Energy Bites, Medjool Date Bacon Jam, Pina Colada Smoothie, Raspberry Coconut Smoothie, Watermelon Iced Tea, Apple Chips

{Medjool Date} Bacon Jam from Everyday Maven

Apple Chips from Everyday Maven

Watermelon Iced Tea from Seasonal and Savory

Key Lime Coconut Energy Bites from Spoonful of Flavor

Raspberry Coconut Smoothie from Texanerin

Pina Colada Smoothie from Wine and Glue

 Don’t they all sound great?  We are now officially into double digits on our challenge.  So far so good.

Thanks for reading,


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  1. Love all the recipes. I think I will have to try some green pudding myself.

    1. I think it should probably serve two, but I ate it all myself.

  2. The green pudding looks kinda fun. I am so impressed that you have not only managed to stick with the Whole 30, but have blogged about it every day!

    1. I think the daily blogging has helped keep me on track, really–I’m a little worried about maintaining it at the end of the semester as things get nuts, but I am sure going to try.

  3. What a delicious round up of Whole30 recipes! I am new to this eating plan, I can’t wait to learn more about it.

    Thanks so much for including my recipe too! Pinned 😉

    1. Thank you, Dawn!

  4. Thanks for this roundup Angela. Great looking recipes. I’m making apple chips this weekend.

    1. That’s one of the first ones on my list–and probably those key lime bites…

  5. Wow, there are some really amazing looking recipes – hard to believe they are Whole30 compliant. Thanks for including some of mine!

    1. I had to leave out a few that had minor issues (a tablespoon of honey or wine, for instance), but these all made the cut. The “buns” for the meatball subs are not Whole30 but the meatballs and sauce are, and I plan to make those buns as soon as the challenge is over. Thanks for letting me include your recipes!

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