Whole30 Meal Prepping – Two Whole30 Diet Recipes That Rock

This Whole30 meal prep is epic you guys! The Whole30 diet can be tough, but this meal prep for whole30 is monster on flavor and very satisfying. Both of these whole 30 diet recipes are easy…

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49 thoughts on “Whole30 Meal Prepping – Two Whole30 Diet Recipes That Rock

  1. Bobby I've been watching you for a while and love your preps…. Could you please add more KETO preps, and thanks for adding that this is KETO as well as whole 30…..

  2. Bobby, I would love to see you do a reasonably healthy version of Nachos that includes cheese. I am a fiend for nachos but we all know that the typical restaurant nachos are calorie and carb bombs.

  3. SäRäH TïNäJëRö March 25, 2018 at 11:02 pm - Reply

    Ugh mouthwatering moment!!!! I’m so hungry after work!!! But honestly Bobby thank you for all these amazing yummy recipes I made last weeks recipe & had all my co workers in the break room asking me what am I eating? LOL (I told them about your channel) I can’t wait to make this one Sunday!!!

  4. Can you substitute something else for tapioca starch as a thickener like cornstarch and would it effect the taste

  5. Avocado has a higher smoking point than olive oil. I always use peanut oil for that reason when i roast veggies

  6. Yesssss! I'm soooo excited for this video. The food looks sooo good but I'm allergic to shrimp! Booo! I know but I'd definitely prepare this for someone else. I'm so glad I decided to get back into your videos. Have a bomb Weekend Bobby and Dessi!

  7. I'm not even a seafood eater, but u made that look delicious as all heck!!😉😉👍🏿
    Would like to try cauliflower recipe

  8. Lol classy… The cauliflower looks sooo full of flavour!

    Could the sauce for the cauliflower be puréed instead of strained? Have you tried it that way?

  9. Christina Goulart March 25, 2018 at 11:02 pm - Reply

    I watch these videos and then Im like ooooo, thats dinner, lol. But i do LITERALLY make them, lol. We had the mexican quinoa and bean ‘rice’ and it was BOMB. Quinoa can be a little bland but this was NOT. We had to change out a cpl things but it still worked (didnt have ground turkey but used pork and venison lol.) Looking forward to the flavours in this one!

  10. I believe the two different oils are used for two different temperatures of cooking. The oven being at 450 degrees would require the higher Flashpoint oil namely avocado oil, and olive oil for cooking the shrimp at a lower temperature. Is that right? I'm still learning 🙂

  11. This recipe is perfect for me, being today is a meatless Friday (for Lent). I’m going Whole40! Thanks for the ideas!

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