Week 3 Whole30 Meal Plan – Easy Meals for a Tough Week

Week 3 Whole30 Meal Plan – Easy Meals for a Tough Week

Week 3 Whole30 Meal Plan 

We just finished week 3 and let me tell you… This has been the hardest Whole30 week I have had yet.  And this is my third time through!  I have had serious cravings this week and busy, busy days.  So my focus this week was on EASY recipes.  These don’t take much planning or time to prepare because I just didn’t have it in me this week.  I’ll tell you more about my dramatic Saturday in another post, but for now…. I am happy week 3 is over!  I hope you enjoy this Week 3 Whole30 Meal Plan.  Bring on Week 4!  

Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Monday Warm Coconut Banana Bowl Leftover Citrus Herb Roasted Chicken & Veggies Spaghetti Squash with Meat Sauce
Tuesday Hard boiled eggs, slices of avocado and fruit Leftover Spaghetti Squash with Meat Sauce Kitchen Sink Quiche (roasted veggies, tomatoes, spinach, proscuitto)
Wednesday Warm Coconut Banana Bowl Leftover quiche Beef Kabobs with Onions and Bell Peppers
Thursday Leftover quiche Tuna salad with cut veggies and dip BBQ Chicken in the Instant Pot, Steamed Green Beans and Roasted Potatoes
Friday Warm Coconut Banana Bowl Leftover Chicken and green beans Breakfast for Dinner! Bacon and eggs on a bed of spinach with fruit
Saturday Hard-boiled eggs and fruit Bacon and eggs on a bed of spinach with fruit Burgers/steak with roasted brussel sprouts, carrots & potatoes, Collard Greens in the Instant Pot
Sunday Warm Coconut Banana Bowl Tuna Salad with a green salad Chicken Broccoli Bake


Meat Sauce for the Spaghetti Squash – I sauteed onions and garlic in olive oil, then added grass-fed ground beef until it was browned.  Then I added a jar of bought spaghetti sauce that has no sugar in it.  This time, it was Paesana Organic Tomato Basil sauce from Costco.  It was a winner!

BBQ Chicken in the Instant Pot – Second easiest recipe ever.  Put 2 lbs or so of frozen chicken breasts in the instant pot.  Pour ½ cup of Tessamae’s BBQ Sauce over it.  Add ½ cup of water.  Cook on Poultry Setting for 25 minutes, then allow Instant Pot to release pressure naturally.

Beef Kabobs – Easiest recipe EVER.  My mom bought pre-made kabobs from Publix. She is amazing.  Not the marinated ones – no way they are Whole30 compliant – so we seasoned them with salt and pepper.  We were out of propane for the grill, so cooked them under the broiler for like 15 minutes, turning often.  Easy peasy lemon squeezy.  

Kitchen Sink Chicken Quiche – This one changes every time I make it, as I use whatever is in the fridge that needs usin’.  For this one, I lined the pan with prosciutto, put in two big handfuls of fresh spinach and leftover roasted veggies.  The poured in 10 beaten eggs and topped with halved grape tomatoes, salt and pepper.  Not bad, if I do say so myself.  

Chicken Broccoli Bake – This was a new recipe we were trying out.  It was SUPER easy and yummy, so will stay in the mix.  Depending on the size of the chicken thighs, you might even be able to cut the cook time down a bit, too.

Only just over a week to go!!!  I’ll try and give you guys some more variation on breakfast recipes next week.  🙂

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