11 Easy & Delicious Whole30 Freezer Meals

Enjoying Whole30 freezer meals is a great way to help keep you on the diet for the full 30 days. This elimination diet aims to improve your overall well being through healthy eating that leads to improved energy, sleep, digestion, and more. Whole30 is based on an elimination protocol, that works foods slowly back into your diet, to see what foods make you feel good or sluggish and unwell. A Whole30 meal is likely to be full of lean meat, fruits and vegetables, and herbs and spices. Foods to avoid include dairy, grains, and most legumes.

Whole30 Freezer Meals

Whole30 freezer meals make it easier to follow the diet: By preparing the food ahead of time, you can freeze it to cook and eat later. You can make several different Whole30 freezer meals so you can have your pick of the patch when it’s dinner time! The program is all about eating whole foods like meat and vegetables for 30 days before reintroducing other whole foods back into your diet (like dairy and grains). This elimination includes many foods that have been known to cause food sensitivities, inflammation, digestive issues, and more. The diet is supposed to encourage you to pay attention to the way you feel when you eat these foods again. Then, you can cut the foods that do prove to be problematic out of your regular diet moving forward.

Check out FreezerFit’s own selection of Whole30 freezer meals for some examples of the tasty recipes you can make! It’s easy to meal prep these ahead of time and have the dish ready to go to keep you on track for the full 30 days.

Whole30 Rules

The rules set by the Whole30 program are meant to eliminate potentially problematic foods from your diet. It focuses on whole foods like meat, seafood, fruit, vegetables, and natural fats. For a full list of what to avoid and what you can eat on Whole30, check out the program website here. Some of the main foods to avoid include:

  • Dairy
  • Grains
  • Alcohol
  • Added sugar including maple syrup, honey, coconut sugar, monk fruit, etc.
  • Legumes like beans, peanuts, and soy products

There are fine print exceptions to these rules, like the allowance of green beans and peas, ghee, and vinegar. Followers of the plan are also discouraged from taking any measurements for the full 30 days — like stepping on scale or counting calories.

Healthy Meal Prep

The FreezerFit Method helps you get healthy meal prep ready for dinner, no matter your dietary preference. By preparing the meal ahead of time, like chopping vegetables and measuring ingredients, you can take the hassle out of same-day cooking. And since food lasts so much longer in the freezer than the refrigerator, you can prepare food for a whole week! Healthy meal prep gets a head start on dinner and allows you to cook when the time is right for you. 

To see how to get ahead of meal prep, with the FreezerFit Method, go to one of our free cooking classes here! Along with a free downloadable cookbook and shopping list, we’ll show you how to prepare 10 meals in just about 30 minutes. Then, you can freeze these meals and enjoy them later! Not all of these recipes are Whole30-approved, so be sure to check the ingredients list and make a swap or omit ingredients if necessary.

Healthy Eating With Whole Foods

Eating healthy can seem confusing and overwhelming with different diets and meal plans. But in general, eating minimally processed, whole foods is a good baseline to aim for. That’s what the Whole30 diet is all about! And although reducing the amount of processed foods consumed is easier said than done, healthy meal prep is a great way to do this. When you have a variety of healthy, pre-prepped meals ready to go, you can cook these rather than eating takeout or other unhealthy options. FreezerFit’s downloadable cookbooks can teach you the best way to get started with healthy meal prep: Take a peek to get a better idea of how the FreezerFit Method works!

If you’re looking for healthy eating through elimination diets, the Whole30 plan is a popular place to start. This works when you pay attention to the healthy foods that make you feel good rather than unhealthy, processed foods. Then, you can continue to enjoy the foods you like that you now know work for your body and diet. And avoid the foods you have eliminated along the way. No matter your dietary preference, these tips can help you eat more minimally processed, whole foods:

  • Eat a salad everyday: With homemade salad dressings and a variety of vegetables. Many people have a hard time consuming the recommended daily amount of vegetables and salads help with this.
  • Clean out your refrigerator every week and roast whatever vegetables you have: Throw it together with a baked protein like chicken and a Whole30-approved sauce for a complete meal.
  • Try eggs and vegetables for breakfast: To help fill you up in the morning instead of processed, grab-and-go meals.
  • Cut up fruit and store it: To eat as a snack throughout the week.

Whole30 Recipes

The best Whole30 recipes are tasty, simple, and quick to cook. With the help of FreezerFit, you can quickly cook your freezer meals in the instant pot or other methods. Then, spend less time preparing food and cooking through a long process when you’re hungry for dinner. Whole30 recipes can be made in the Instant Pot or crockpot for simple one-pot cooking, too. If you think Whole30 is a good diet for you, there are several recipes to try!

11 Easy And Delicious Whole30 Freezer Meals 

When making these recipes, always double check the ingredients and if needed, omit ingredients or make swaps to paleo ingredients. For example, you can swap the cooking wine for vinegar or omit honey when mentioned.

  1. Creamy Tuscan Chicken
  2. Balsamic Garlic Mushrooms
  3. Coconut Lime Chicken Thighs
  4. Creamy Lemon Pepper Chicken
  5. Spicy Taco Soup
  6. Chicken Tinga
  7. Chicken Cacciatore
  8. Paleo Chicken Enchiladas Verdes
  9. Roasted Red Pepper Chicken
  10. Chicken and Veggies
  11. Pollo en Salsa Verde

It’s easy to enjoy simple recipes made with whole foods like these! And after the 30 days is up, you’ll reintroduce the eliminated foods back into your diet. A good way to do this slowly is to make recipes that are Whole30-approved and add sides and toppings that are not Whole30. Freezer meals like these Whole30 recipes by FreezerFit are delicious and easy to customize at the end of the diet. 

However, it should be noted that Whole30 is not meant for everyone. You should always speak with your doctor before starting elimination diets such as the Whole30 program. And in general, you should always feel empowered to eat whatever you want if you really want to! Your personal preferences and way of eating is ultimately up to you.

Susana Ojeda West

Susana Ojeda West

FreezerFit Head Chef

Susana Ojeda West

Susana Ojeda West

FreezerFit Head Chef

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