The 10 Most-Saved Whole30 Recipes of January

updated May 1, 2019
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After following the Whole30 last year I learned two things: This style of eating requires a fair amount of cooking, and it’s extremely helpful to have an arsenal of recipes you can turn to again and again. That’s where our function to save recipes really comes in handy, and so many of you have been taking advantage of it. Of all the recipes saved last month, these were our most popular Whole30-compliant recipes.

What Is “Most-Saved”?

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I learned early on while doing a round of Whole30 that big-batch slow cooker recipes are always a good idea! Get this soup going during your weekend meal prep, and with minimal effort you have lunch plus plenty of leftovers to stash in the freezer.

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Ghee is butter which has been clarified to remove water and milk solids. While butter is a no-no while on Whole30, ghee is totally allowed. It’s actually quite easy to make at home, either using your microwave, stovetop, Instant Pot, or slow cooker.

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This sheet pan supper is cooked under your oven’s broiler, which means it comes together from start to finish in under 20 minutes.

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This recipe is going to change the way you think about carrots, and it’s all thanks to a squeeze of sunny citrus, some fresh herbs, and a sprinkle of spice. Make them as a standby side and exciting addition to salads and bowls.

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As long as it’s sugar-free, bacon is on the good list for anyone doing the Whole30. Just 15 minutes stands between you and perfectly cooked bacon (no flipping required), every time.

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Keep this recipe Whole30-compliant by starting with any type of sugar-free sausage, and opting for ghee, avocado oil, or olive oil instead of butter. Serve it up for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and consider getting a head start by making the hash in advance.

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If roasted broccoli is as much of a staple in your house as it is mine, you’re going to love this nutty, pungent upgrade. To keep it Whole-30 friendly, you’ll want to swap the soy sauce with coconut aminos.

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Whether you’re in the midst of Whole30, starting sometime soon, or just need another reliably simple dinner in your meal plan, you’ll want to save this one for later. This recipe calls for potatoes and green onions, but you can swap in any of your favorite veggies — there are so many options.

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This skillet is unbelievably versatile, which is just one reason I wish I had it in the rotation when I did a round of Whole30. It’s a winner for any meal of the day. For those times you want a little something extra, finish it off with a fried egg.

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Juicy chicken breast is a must-have staple to keep handy during Whole30. Of course you can eat it as is, but it’s also a simple way to bulk up salads, soups, and grain bowls.