These sweet and savory vegan whole30 diet-friendly recipes will make your path to better health more nutritious and tasty! Indulge in approved smoothies, pizza, falafels, and more, while staying on track.
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Enjoy pizza on a Whole30 diet with this mashed potato pizza crust. A few wholesome and diet-approved ingredients mash together to create a unique pizza crust ready to be garnished with delicious toppings.
Create a colorful pinwheel of flavor and vegetables with this charming ratatouille tian. Cut squash, eggplant, and tomatoes, stack and spiral around a cast iron, and bathe in a tomato sauce. Once baked, this dish can be enjoyed as a side or main!
Harness the earthy sweetness of the sweet potato and transform it into a decadent chocolate mousse. Baked potatoes are pureed with cocoa, vanilla, and salt to make a rich dessert; you'll be shocked it's good for you!
Enjoy the taste of fall in one perfect casserole dish. This cauliflower rice is spiked with roasted Brussels sprouts, toasted pecans, craisins, and sweet potato for a truly seasonal burst of flavors and textures – so delicious!
An ultra thick and chunky vegetable curry that is so well seasoned and satisfying. Vegetables are cut large in this recipe allowing their unique flavors and textures to shine. A perfect meal to cozy up to on a cool evening.
Easily bring lunch with this simple-to-make and meal-prep-friendly Whole30 lunch recipe. Jars are layered with tasty components, including sauteed spinach and roasted sweet potatoes, to make portable and nutritious lunch!
This chipotle spiced vegetable soup is a delicious and smokey dish for lunch or dinner. Made with colorful produce and topped with creamy avocado with a sprinkle of nutritional yeast, it has all the components of a winning recipe!
Skip the grains and kick start your day with a warm bowl of whole30-approved porridge! This hot cereal is delicious and versatile and made from seeds and nuts. Enjoy with berries and peanut butter or your other favorite toppings.
Use a knife to expertly carve an entire head of roasted cauliflower. This baked cauliflower dish is perfect for serving as a main or with other sides. Drenched in a tahini sauce, it's mouth-wateringly good!
Embrace the flavor contrast in this fruit and veggie-packed falafel bowl. Delicious fresh berries complement bitter kale and shredded cabbage perfectly. Moist sweet potato falafels add a nice filling savoriness.
Satisfying your comfort craving with this twice-baked spinach and artichoke potato. Baked potatoes are split in half and generously stuffed with a creamy and rich filling, then baked again until bubbling hot – family-approved!
A sweet potato breakfast bowl is ideal for starting your day with a healthy treat. Mashed sweet potato and coconut yogurt are sprinkled with cinnamon and a dollop of nut butter in this fiber and protein-rich bowl. Super versatile, top with your favorite toppings like pomegranate seeds, banana slices, or chocolate chips.
Stringy spaghetti squash creates a mouthwatering Whole30-approved noodle bowl with an Asian flavor. Seasoned with sesame oil, chilis, coconut amino, and spices, these noodles are fun to eat and oh-so-satisfying.
Craving a sweet treat? Enjoy this Whole30 caramel sauce made from 5 wholesome and easy-to-find ingredients. Dates, almond milk, almond butter, vanilla, and a pinch of salt combine to create a luscious caramel sauce that goes great with almost anything!
Indian-inspired mango chutney is a sweet and flavorful condiment to enjoy alongside your favorite dishes. Sweetened with dates and fresh mango, this tangy, spicy-sweet chutney is best enjoyed by a spoonful!
Alena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.