As promised in yesterday’s post, here are Sarah’s gorgeous Whole 30 meals and goodies.  I know that she would be happy to reply to questions you have for her in the comments, so if you want to know something, ask away and she will either reply directly or in a future blog post.

Moroccan Meatballs with Cauliflower Rice Pilaf


Pulled Pork Hash with Chipotle Sweet Potatoes topped with Poached Eggs and Salsa

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Shepherd’s Pie with Cauliflower Mash

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Breakfast Pie – sausage “crust” with kale, farm eggs, mushrooms and peppers

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Grilled Grassfed Ribeye with Roasted Vegetables and Chimmichurri with Grilled Cedar Planked Salmon & Orange Mint Salsa

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Paleo Mayo made with Macadamia Nut Oil

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Beef Lettuce Wraps with Carrot and Mushroom Topped with Sliced Sugar Snap Peas and Roasted Cashews in Butter Leaf Lettuce

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Brussels Sprouts Chips

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4 Responses to “No Sacrifices Here – Sarah’s Whole 30 Meals”

  1. on 15 May 2013 at 9:09 amhot Nai Nai

    where did she find these recipes? and when is her cook book coming out?????

  2. on 15 May 2013 at 12:22 pmKristine Rudolph

    She could do a whole “guide to making things beautiful” and I would read it!

  3. on 17 May 2013 at 11:10 amSarah

    Hot Nai Nai – I can’t take the full credit. The meatballs, cauliflower rice, shepherd’s pie & mayo were all from Melissa’s amazing book Well Fed –

    I can’t say enough about her cookbook, and most of her recipes are also on her blog:

    The rest, I just riffed on. We make the breakfast pie every week with sausage from our local farmer and whatever veggies I have in hand – the kale works so well here. I also roast about 10 sweet potatoes a week with ground chipotle and incorporate those into hashes whenever I can.

    I make one big pork roast a week – studded with garlic and seasoned in the crock pot on high for 8 hours – and then I use it in breakfasts like the one above, as well as in salsa verde pork with tostones (yummy carb-rich plantains), which is Zac’s favorite meal, and with homemade bbq sauce (the kind with vinegar, red pepper flakes and mustard).

    There is SO much great info out there – my current obsession is Just Eat Real Food’s pinterest boards and facebook page – I get daily meal inspiration from them.

    I’m so glad you enjoyed seeing the food – the food is the best part!

  4. on 17 May 2013 at 11:18 amKristine Rudolph

    Thanks for sharing, Sarah! Well Fed is one of the few cookbooks in the genre I don’t yet own, but based on your rec I evidently need it!

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