Top 5 places to get recipes and meals ideas for Whole 30

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I don’t always follow recipes. I usually just throw some stuff into a pan and hope for something good. I think I have a good idea of what will taste great, but sometimes I want to use a recipe that someone else has already tested. I listed my top 5 places to get great tasting food.

1: Nom Nom Paleo
Michelle Tam is a pro. I’ve never been disappointed in one of her recipes. She makes wonderful and flavorful dishes. She has a book (Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans)and a great website.  Plus she has an entire section on her website that is dedicated to compliant Whole 30 dishes.  I’ve also been able to modify some of her regular paleo recipes by removing sweeteners.

2: Stupid Easy Paleo
She’s a crossfitter, Certified Holistic Nutrition Practitioner and paleo cook. She also has great recipes and has a section dedicated to Whole 30. I’ve tried quite a few of her recipes and keep going back for more.

3: Amazon Ashley
Amazon Ashley is a woman with great food ideas. I recently started following her on Instagram and started going through her blog. All her recipes are grain free, dairy free and sugar free. She also just came out with a book called “Clean and Colorful Cooking”.

4: HolyMamamoly
Mama Moly is such an inspiration. She is another person I recently started following on Instagram. She has done 100 days of Whole 30 and is still going! Her results from her healthy eating journey are amazing. I aspire to be more like her. She has great Whole 30 tips and recipes.

5: The Wonky Spatula
Here is another blogger who I find exciting to follow. Again, I just started following her on Instagram. She has delicious Whole 30 recipe ideas. I just really think her ideas of food preparation are similar to what I like to create for myself.

 

“…no one is born a great cook, one learns by doing.” ― Julia Child, My Life in France

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