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50 Freezable Whole30 Recipes

  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. We have compiled FIFTY Whole30 compliant recipes from which to choose, making it simple for you to get started, keep going, or finish up – wherever you are on the journey. Most come from our Paleo menu, but not all of them. So don’t feel like you have to throw out all of your old recipes when you start this challenge. Look them over carefully, and you may find some favorites that you can use or adapt.  Then, use our Swappable feature in MenuBuilder to create your own custom Whole30 freezer menu.

BreakfastPaleo Beef and Broccoli Egg Muffins

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Dinner

Sides and Add Ons

Menus

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  We love to hear some of your favorite Whole30 tips, tricks or recipes!  You can also read more on Tricia’s Whole30 journey on these posts:

18 Responses to “50 Freezable Whole30 Recipes”

  1. Crystal says:

    Oh my goodness, I cannot even begin to tell you how excited I am to see this!! I was literally just looking up paleo freezer meals to try and do the Whole 30 challenge and was becoming frustrated with the whole thing! Thanks so much! I wasn’t a member, but after this post I will be now =)

  2. Tiffany says:

    Just wondering, how much time should I allot for the cooking day for the whole30 menu? New to the monthly cooking plan, and am so excited to try it out!

    • Katie says:

      Hi Tiffany, are you trying to do the whole 50 recipes? Or one of the menus inside of it? A normal menu has 15 recipes and will take you between 8=12 hours. A mini menu has 5 recipes can get done in just a few hours- maybe 2-3 hours. Good luck and let us know how it goes!

  3. Jackie says:

    I am into day 12 of the Whole30 and a friend put me onto this site and I have to say I love it!! I love to do a big cook up at least one day a week or fortnight and then have lots of freezer filler choices and your recipes are just fantastic.

    • Lisa says:

      Welcome Welcome Jackie! Day 12 – Rock on! Having food prepped and ready to go is truly the key to “surviving” a Whole 30! Keep us updated on your progress!

  4. Alanna says:

    Are all the recipes and menus in the Whole Foods menu inline with the Whole 30 guidelines?

  5. Tara Sotelo says:

    You mentioned tips for a W30…avoid temptation by keeping W30 compliant snacks in your purse (and your car, and your desk, etc)…you find after a week or two that you’re not really hungry between meals, so you might not think about it. When someone puts a dozen Krispy Kreme donuts on the table, you’ll wish you had an apple in your purse!

  6. deuelmom says:

    so if I were to want to do these all in one weekend how would i go about doing that? would I just have to click on each recipe and write down what I needed… or is there an easier way, like the other menus have?

    • Katie says:

      You can go to any menu and swap these recipes into that menu. However, I should warn you that we recommend 15 recipes in a full cooking day (8-12 hours) so 50 in a weekend could be really overwhelming! Let us know how your Whole30 goes!

      • New to OAMC says:

        I too want to know if there is an easier way to do this also? I found you through stuffimakemyhusband.com and she gives a food list, but not sure exactly how many meals it really gives. I want to have my whole30 days all planned out before beginning to make it more successful. Any tips? I have done Whole30 before, but it was exhausting to say the least. I have NEVER done freezer cooking, so I am a little confused on exactly how much food it will make and what I need to buy. Thanks!

  7. Kristina says:

    I would be very grateful if you would do a similar roundup of 50 AIP freezable meals. Starting AIP in a week and will be kick-starting with some delivered food that freezes well (Pete’s Pale), but woud much rather make ahead and freeze myself Thanks!

  8. Becky says:

    I am planning on starting the whole30 soon. I am not a fan of sweet potatoes. Wondering if there is a good substitute? Something perhaps a little less sweet tasting. Thank you

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