All of these recipes I have made during this W30 challenge. Check out my blog to learn more about how I used the recipe/how it worked and/or email, FB, tweet, or text me to ask questions. Happy W30!

PWO (Post workout)

Sweet Potato Egg White Muffins from Christie Tracy


Sweet Potato Latkes from Everyday Paleo

Acorn Squash, Apple, and Sausage Hash with Egg


Breaded Fried Chicken Fingers from Delightful Taste Buds

Easy and Amazing Roast Chicken from Everyday Paleo

Coconut Curry Chicken inspired by Delightful Taste Buds slightly altered here

Sweet Potato and Chicken Sausage Hash

Mexican Enchiladas from Whole Family Strong made with Chicken on Day 19


Meatloaf from Everyday Paleo

Tri Tip Roast from CrossFit Intrepid


Garlic Curry Shrimp with Paleo Couscous from Arizona Caveman

Red Curry (from the back of the coconut milk can) from Thai Kitchen (omit the brown sugar and I don’t think the fish sauce is necessary either)


“Breaded” Pork Chops

I modeled these after the chicken fingers recipe. I wanted something that the family would enjoy and that would stay moist during cooking. Oh, and that would work for leftovers too. So, all things considered, I started with 2 packages of butterfly pork chops, sliced each into 2, dipped in egg (I used 2) and then coconut flour and seasoning (old bay seasoning, salt, pepper). I browned in coconut oil in the skillet for about 1-2 minutes each side and then baked at 375 degrees on a cookie rack on a sheet for about 15-20 minutes.

The finished product was moist, got rave reviews, and is ready to go in the lunch bag tomorrow.



Thai Curry Soup with Chicken Coconut Meatballs from Paleo for Foodies

7 Ingredient (just like the birthday!) Butternut Squash Soup 


Zucchini Cakes

Brussel Sprout Chips from Nom Nom Paleo

Fried Green Tomatoes from Paleo for Foodies made with Red tomatoes on Day 17

Sweet Potato Delight from Easy Paleo made W30 friendly on Day 17

Sweet Potato Cinnamon Hashies from Whole Family Strong


Chimichurri Sauce from Kait’s Primal Kitchen

3 Responses to Recipes

  1. Pingback: Day 27 | Jen's Whole 30

  2. Tara says:

    What is the coconut cream that you eat? Is it just coconut milk?

    • Hi Tara! There are a few different types. One is coconut manna which you buy in a jar. Here is a link

      The other is coconut milk. I put the can of milk in the fridge to chill for at least several hours. I scoop out the top layer (more solid than the liquid) and whip it with a hand mixer. If you want to, you can add a little vanilla extract. You may want to chill it further depending on the consistency.

      It’s delicious.

      Thanks for reading!

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