The next time you get a taco Tuesday craving, want a party potluck, or sublime tailgating recipe, try this Instant Pot pork carnitas recipe. We served these pork carnitas taco style, with grain-free tortillas, a luscious avocado crema made with our Cilantro Lime Dressing, raw thinly sliced onions, and fresh cilantro.
When it’s time to host a family dinner, whether it’s an intimate affair of immediate members or a night where your home is bursting with tables, chairs, and bodies, take a page from the Italians and keep the conversation loud and light, and the food simple but good for the soul.
Our fall vegetable pasta embodies the flavor of fall in an easy one-skillet dish. We kept this dish paleo/Primal and Whole30 friendly by swapping spiralized butternut squash for pasta, and using our No-Dairy Alfredo Sauce that’s every bit as thick and creamy as the traditional dairy-heavy alfredo sauce.
When you’re looking for a quick, no-fuss, and little mess supper that’s comforting and family-friendly, this one-pot pasta with meat sauce can be your kitchen savior. A fast-cooking riff on bolognese, the ground beef sauce comes together quickly thanks to jarred high-quality sauce and grated vegetables.
Our version of shrimp alfredo comes together quickly and easily with our No-Dairy Roasted Garlic Alfredo Sauce, spiralized zucchini noodles, fast pan-seared spiced shrimp, sliced grape tomatoes for a pop of color and a burst of acidity, and a liberal amount of chopped fresh parsley for an herby edge.
One of the keys to success for sticking with a Whole30—or any eating plan that departs from the Standard American Diet—is to make meal planning and meal preparation a part of your weekly routine. These unfussy, everyday Whole30 lunch and dinner recipes will make you a meal-prep whiz in no time.
Spaghetti with meatballs is as soothing to make as it is to eat. We upgraded the classic to make it lower carb with zoodles, and Whole30 and paleo approved with our Roasted Garlic Marinara Sauce with no added sugar. Our homemade, rich meatballs are ones you'll want to add into your regular meal prep rotation.
This five-minute, no-cook Asian Slaw actually comes together in less than five minutes if you use pre-cut cabbage and carrots. Dump all veggies into a large bowl with some fresh herbs, chopped cashews, and Primal Kitchen Sesame Ginger Vinaigrette and it's ready!
For evenings when time seems too short to finish science projects, finalize reports for tomorrow’s work day, and fold the laundry that’s been sitting in the dryer for three days, try these quick-cook dinner recipes. You can have a delicious meal made with high-quality ingredients on the table in 30 minutes or less.