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Asian Turkey Meatballs Whole 30

Check this recipe out! It just came through the Whole30 website today! I haven't had time to make this yet but it looked so good and so easy that I wanted to share!

Brisket Whole 30 Amazingly Easy and so Good!

Brisket is loved for many reasons. In Kansas City it is usually covered in sugary sauce. Here is a recipe that is still tasty and not loaded with any sugar.  It is a great recipe to start in the morning in the crock pot and eat when you get home. I hope you enjoy!

Whole 30 Inspired Italian califlower rice

This dish was inspired by my loved for Northern Mediterranean foods. I don't eat pasta or dairy but that doesn't mean I can honor the other flavors of the region.

Whole30 Inspired Ratatouille

This is a wonderful way to warm the belly and get all your vegetables. Easy to make and really you can add any veggies to this that you have on hand. Don't be afraid to try different combinations!

Fennel Infused Chicken Meatballs inspired by Clean Eats- Whole30 Compliant

This is one of my favorite recipes when it is cold outside. I always double this and freeze 1/2 for another night. I love fresh herbs and will use fennel but sometimes I want the taste of traditional Italian flavors.

Her are my changes:

When I double the recipe, I will use 1-pound ground chicken breast and 1 pound ground chicken thigh meat. I will almost always use red onion; fresh minced or crushed garlic, Himalayan pink salt, fresh chopped basil and oregano, black pepper and Monte Bene Garlic Marinara Pasta Sauce.

I skip the noodles and serve with roasted veggies or steamed veggie noodles.

One other tip, I bake the meatballs on parchment paper in the oven for 10 minutes and then put in the crock-pot for 20 minutes.



Butternut Squash and Spinach Risotto

Even though I am no longer able to enjoy grains because of my  immune issues, I want to include foods that are clean and yummy! This recipe has been made so many times and I think my Sister-in-Law makes it even better than I do! Print and enjoy this family tradition.

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