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 Another 5-day meal plan to help with your January Whole30! 
January Whole30 Meal Plan 2

Continue to look for new meal plans each week to help you throughout your January Whole30! 

To download the full document, click here –> January Whole30 Meal Plan 2

Welcome! I’m Alex.

I’m a food lover sharing healthy, simple, delicious, recipes from my kitchen to yours. Here you’ll find lots of Whole30, lots of healthy, and a little indulgence here and there because…it’s all about balance y’all!

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  1. Is there any way to cook the chicken soup without a crockpot or instant pot? Loving all of these recipes! Thanks!

  2. We do Whole 30 about twice a year and your recipes have been a life saver this time!! We are enjoying the food so much that these recipes will become part of our regular meal plans, even when we are finished! Thank you for the variety and all the flavor

  3. Question for the chicken avo soup… if I have rotisserie chicken can I do it like I would for a stove top soup? Suggestions for that?

    1. You can definitely do it stove top. I would saute the veggies first, add broth + spices, tomatoes and let simmer for 20-30. Then drop in the rotisserie chicken right before serving.

  4. Thank you so much for these meal plans and recipes! They’re making our first whole30 so much easier and delicious. Especially since we moved and your cookbook is buried somewhere in a pile of boxes. 😬

  5. Can you pre-make the ceasar dressing? At what point would you prep the meat balls if you want to cook in advance – just until they need to go in the oven? Thank you!

    1. Yes, you can make the caesar and it keeps for about 5 days.
      and yes– I’d roll the meatballs and have them ready to pop into the oven for best results.

  6. Hi there! is it possible to do the chicken avo lime soup without a crockpot or instapot? perhaps with rotisserie chicken instead?

    1. Definitely! You could cook it on the stove top by sauteeing the veggies, adding broth, seasonings, and lime, and let simmer for 20 mins or so. Add in rotisserie chicken at end.

  7. Hi Alex! Both of my (adult) kids have the covid so I’m under house arrest. I’m following your amazing meal plans and tonight was the crockpot chicken and avocado lime soup. It is so delicious! Thank you for all you do. We really enjoy all the meals. Regards, Lisa M.

  8. Hi Alex! I wanted to thank you for these Whole30 meal plans, including grocery lists which are so helpful! I printed out last week’s meal plan and made every single meal. Our favorite was the fish florentine (which was a surprise since spinach is not usually a favorite around here). Your plans have also helped me branch out–I used Ghee and Coconut aminos for the first time!

  9. Hi Alex, I wanted to thank you for putting out week 2 of whole30 meal plans. We’re going through week 1 meals and truly enjoyed them. I have a question about the Epic meatballs recipe for next week. What could I substitute for the cashews since too many cashews don’t go well with my digestion. Thanks in ahead!