Guacamole has been one of my favorite things to make lately. The favorite part of my food freedom has been pairing the guacamole with some siete grain free tortilla chips, lime flavor! It has to be lime flavor! Otherwise, the guacamole goes perfectly on grilled chicken, shrimp, sweet potato fries , and with veggies for dipping.
I am so thankful that I stumbled upon the wonderful, Tessamae’s dressings, in the grocery story. My favorite store at that, Fresh Thyme, where I find most of the latest and greatest whole 30/paleo food items that are perfect for my diet.
Tessamae’s has a BBQ sauce that is 100% whole 30 approved and sooo sooo tasty! I am a person that loves BBQ sauce and having it especially on my chicken or beef. Finding this sauce was a lifesaver.
I have loved making meatballs and tossing them in the sauce and sometimes adding a whole 30 approved hot sauce to add a little kick, making it a delicious spicy BBQ sauce.
This recipe is everything a person could want. Simple, easy, whole 30 approved, paleo approved, gluten free, grain free and delicious!
Keeping Whole 30 can be sooooooo hard. Getting creative was the key for me succeeding and completing my whole 30 round. It’s way too easy to have a meal with a meat, a veggie, and a fat but woah, so boring. I tend to find ideas by simply googling something I am thinking about making, find a recipe, and tweek it to fit whole 30 or to fit my personal taste buds. Anyone can do this!
First thing is to gather all whole 30 approved ingredients. YES bean sprouts are whole 30 compliant and thankfully because I do not feel any Asian dish deserves to be without bean sprouts. You cant deny the added crunchy texture that it adds, especially if you are doing no gluten or grains.
I made a sauce as a finisher but it was not totally necessary and can be eaten as is or even top with more coconut aminos! I made the sauce by mixing avocado mayo, red hot, coconut aminos, rice vinegar, and garlic.
Although a several steps involved, still not difficult to make at all and it was so tasty, I’d recommend this to anyone to try! Hope you enjoy this Whole 30 compliant Asian dish as much as I did!
Whole 30 can be really difficult. The most difficult thing I found at times was the amount of time I spent cooking in the kitchen. Creating a breakfast bake each week was the true life saver to me making it through whole 30. They lasted perfect as left overs for 3 days and even better, it was one less meal I had to make every few days! I hope you love it just as much as I do!