If you’re heading into Week 4 — the final week! — of your Whole30®, congratulations to you! I hope you’ve reached the point where eating this way feels natural, and that you’re bursting with energy. By now, you should be feeling like a champ in the kitchen, so I haven’t prepared a detailed food plan for you this week.
But I haven’t left you completely stranded either.
Last week’s plan gave you plenty of ideas and instructions for creating your own food plan; so that’s a good place to start. But there are more helpful links below to help you happily, healthily eat your way through your final Whole30 week. Enjoy!
Repeat Week 1: Featuring delicious recipes like Chocolate Chili, Paleo Pad Thai, Italian Pork Roast, and Silky Gingered Zucchini Soup.
Repeat Week 2: Featuring scrumptious recipes like 5-Spice Pork Ribs, Cinnamon Beef Stew, Golden Cauliflower Soup, and Taj Mahal Chicken.
Repeat Week 3: Which shows you how to easily create your own Weekly Cookup plan, with options like Thyme-Braised Short Ribs, Deconstructed Gyro, Pork Carnitas, and Rogan Josh.
Make any of these Whole30-approved recipes: Here’s a kickass collection of 30 Whole30-approved recipes from some of the best paleo bloggers around.
Dig into my most popular Whole30-approved recipes: These were the 15 most popular recipes on my site during 2013, and they’re all Whole30 approved.
Browse my recipe index: Almost everything is Whole30 approved, and if it’s not, it’s marked with a red asterisk * so you know what’s off limits.
Just in case you need additional ideas, support, and motivation, here are a few more tidbits to help make your Whole30 and beyond as tasty and stress free as possible.
Well Fed: Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat: my cookbook of Whole30-approved recipes, including Hot Plates and more ideas for how to do a Weekly Cookup.
Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat: my second cookbook of Whole30-approved recipes, including 15 meatball recipes, 8 sauces to make with homemade mayo, and adaptations for the autoimmune protocol (AIP).
30 Reasons to Whole30: in case all this talk of cooking has stressed you out, here are 30 reminders why the Whole30 is worth it.
The Whole30 Daily: a kickass daily email subscription service that sends detailed info and helpful tips to your inbox every day of your Whole30 (Full disclosure: Dave and I worked on this with Melissa and Dallas, and it’s really, really good.)
Stupid Easy Paleo Whole30 & Guide To Clean-Eating Challenges: Steph of Stupid Easy Paleo is supporting the Whole30 on January 1. You can read her rationale here, get answers to FAQs here, and download her 14-page guide to make the Whole30 a little easier.
30 Days of Whole30 Meals from Nom Nom Paleo: she has excellent taste, so shamelessly stealing her meal ideas is an excellent idea
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