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My Whole30 Challenge Diary: Day 21


Tues, March 21st

DISCLAIMER:

If you haven't already read my disclaimer, please click the link HERE from Day 1 of our challenge. As with any lifestyle or dietary change, if you have any questions or concerns, be sure to discuss them with your physician. Also check out the Whole30 website for specifics and additional info.

BREAKFAST:

For breakfast, I started off with an omelette with bison, bell peppers, tomatoes, and onions.

TASTE TEST: The omelette was flavorful. I am officially getting better at flipping omelettes as well.

LUNCH:

Since we made extra Whole30 seasoned chicken breasts this weekend, I took advantage of the minimal kitchen time and created a healthy Whole30 salad with a seasoned chicken breast, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, almonds, and power greens, adorned with green onions and drizzled with our Whole30 Trifecta Salad Dressing.

Whole30 Berry Chicken Salad

To see the full recipe, click the link for our Whole30 Berry Chicken Salad.



TASTE TEST: Delicious and nutritious.

DINNER:

It was Hubs turn to make dinner which meant dinner would likely be an interesting hodgepodge, being that it was already 8:30pm, and neither of us felt like cooking... He started by bringing me a bowl of steamed veggies and some strawberries and told me that was dinner... Good attempt, but not good enough. ;) Then he took a turn towards the creative side and surprised me with our Whole30 version of spaghetti... He utilized the spaghetti squash we had previously cooked (with sea salt, pepper, and garlic) and the remaining organic ground beef we had in the fridge along with the organic, no-sugar-added, herb-roasted pasta sauce (which we found at Whole Foods). Way to be resourceful hubs!

I'll admit, I do fancy a good pasta dish. And while my normal preparation for spaghetti squash involves melted cheese... I knew we would need to keep an open mind since pasta and cheese are both sitting on the sideline during Whole30. Even though this recipe will never take the place of spaghetti, this is quite the tasty and healthy alternative as spaghetti squash contains a wide range of vitamins, has a decent amount of fiber, and is low in fat and calories.

Click the link to see the full recipe for Whole30 Spaghetti-Style Spaghetti Squash.

Whole30 Spaghetti-Style Spaghetti Squash



TASTE TEST: For a healthy alternative, this was surprisingly pretty tasty.

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