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A New York Times bestseller featuring 150 all new, Whole30-compliant recipes—all fast and easy to prepare Millions of people have transformed their lives with Whole30, yet co-creator Melissa Hartwig wants to make it even easier to achieve Whole30 success—with delicious, compliant, fast, and easy recipes. This follow-up to the best-selling The Whole30 Cookbook is packed rec A New York Times bestseller featuring 150 all new, Whole30-compliant recipes—all fast and easy to prepare Millions of people have transformed their lives with Whole30, yet co-creator Melissa Hartwig wants to make it even easier to achieve Whole30 success—with delicious, compliant, fast, and easy recipes. This follow-up to the best-selling The Whole30 Cookbook is packed recipes designed to get you out of the kitchen fast, so you can enjoy all the benefits of your Whole30-inspired lifestyle. The Whole30 Fast and Easy Cookbook features: Recipes perfect for weeknight cooking, lunches in a hurry, and hearty breakfasts that still get you out the door on time Nearly effortless skillet meals, stir-fries, sheet-pan suppers, and slow-cook and no-cook meals, most of which can be made in 30 minutes or less Creative, delicious meals using widely-available ingredients found in any supermarket Melissa's favorite kitchen hacks, designed to save time and money while maximizing flavor  Whether you’re doing your first Whole30 or your fifth, or just looking for some healthy, fast, and easy recipes to try, this collection is a must-have for any kitchen.


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A New York Times bestseller featuring 150 all new, Whole30-compliant recipes—all fast and easy to prepare Millions of people have transformed their lives with Whole30, yet co-creator Melissa Hartwig wants to make it even easier to achieve Whole30 success—with delicious, compliant, fast, and easy recipes. This follow-up to the best-selling The Whole30 Cookbook is packed rec A New York Times bestseller featuring 150 all new, Whole30-compliant recipes—all fast and easy to prepare Millions of people have transformed their lives with Whole30, yet co-creator Melissa Hartwig wants to make it even easier to achieve Whole30 success—with delicious, compliant, fast, and easy recipes. This follow-up to the best-selling The Whole30 Cookbook is packed recipes designed to get you out of the kitchen fast, so you can enjoy all the benefits of your Whole30-inspired lifestyle. The Whole30 Fast and Easy Cookbook features: Recipes perfect for weeknight cooking, lunches in a hurry, and hearty breakfasts that still get you out the door on time Nearly effortless skillet meals, stir-fries, sheet-pan suppers, and slow-cook and no-cook meals, most of which can be made in 30 minutes or less Creative, delicious meals using widely-available ingredients found in any supermarket Melissa's favorite kitchen hacks, designed to save time and money while maximizing flavor  Whether you’re doing your first Whole30 or your fifth, or just looking for some healthy, fast, and easy recipes to try, this collection is a must-have for any kitchen.

30 review for The Whole30 Fast & Easy Cookbook: 150 Simply Delicious Everyday Recipes for Your Whole30

  1. 5 out of 5

    e.

    Looking at the recipes, they do seem faster than the ones in the original book. There's less emphasis on sauces and therefore having to make a sauce. There are various shortcuts that are recommended to make the process faster. The meals are still good and wholesome, though. I look forward to using this! Update: I've made a LOT of these recipes over the last few months, and I have not had one that was bad so far. They are all SO easy and quick to make, the ingredients can be found at your local gro Looking at the recipes, they do seem faster than the ones in the original book. There's less emphasis on sauces and therefore having to make a sauce. There are various shortcuts that are recommended to make the process faster. The meals are still good and wholesome, though. I look forward to using this! Update: I've made a LOT of these recipes over the last few months, and I have not had one that was bad so far. They are all SO easy and quick to make, the ingredients can be found at your local grocery story once you have the basic compliant items, and they can leave you with leftovers easily. I really like this cookbook!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Simmons

    Just got this for Christmas. While it claims to be fast and easy it seems to be similar to the original recipe book. I will be planning a lot of these meals within the new year.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Katy

    Being honest- I’m not likely to do the Whole30 program. However, there are SO many yummy looking recipes in this book that I’d probably modify and make my own way. Can’t wait to make a bunch of these!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jackie

    I was expecting much faster and much easier. These recipes still have so many ingredients. I was really hoping for more basic recipes.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    This is my favorite of the Whole30 cookbooks, so far. Doing a W30 requires a commitment of time in the kitchen that some people might find difficult or even impossible. This books makes it a little easier to create compliant meals in less time. Plus, I find these recipes more appealing than those in other W30 books.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Genevieve

    Who claims and reviews a recipe book?! It looks like there are quite a few of us. :-) I am nearly 40 years old and this cookbook has shown me that I can actually cook. I have tried nearly every recipe and they are fantastic. (I didn’t do the steak with a coffee rub. That seemed weird and I have to do decaf anyway, so I skipped it.). :-) The time guidelines for each recipe are very helpful. When I started out, they weren’t accurate because I was so frightened to cook. But now that I have some confi Who claims and reviews a recipe book?! It looks like there are quite a few of us. :-) I am nearly 40 years old and this cookbook has shown me that I can actually cook. I have tried nearly every recipe and they are fantastic. (I didn’t do the steak with a coffee rub. That seemed weird and I have to do decaf anyway, so I skipped it.). :-) The time guidelines for each recipe are very helpful. When I started out, they weren’t accurate because I was so frightened to cook. But now that I have some confidence and an oven thermometer (when it is taking nearly 2 hours for meat to cook in your oven...get that checked out!) I am having so much more fun. I highly recommend this. I did the whole30 for 6 months and lost around 40 pounds. But even better than that, I feel amazing eating this way. I make these for dinner and always do a bit more for leftovers for lunch the next day. Some of the recipes don’t play well as leftovers, but you’ll figure it out. (I think just 2...and one has the canned tuna, so you probably would have that nailed anyway. I had to discover it. So, you now see the level of non-cooking I functioned on before getting this book.) I also bought Hartwig’s Slow Cooker book. I’ve just dabbled in it so far and I’m enjoying them as well. I referenced her 30 Day Guidebook as well. That one has instructions on basics like cooking the perfect steak and chicken breast in your oven and it is truly delicious. I thought you could only get food that good using an outdoor barbecue! If you’re on the fence, just do it! Buy all three! :-) My favorites: the warm salmon salad with arugula and the buffalo chicken with cauliflower! OMG These recipes make it easy to make healthy choices.

  7. 4 out of 5

    David Ward

    The Whole30 Fast & Easy: 150 Simply Delicious Everyday Recipes for Your Whole30 by Melissa Hartwig (Houghton Miflin Harcourt 2007) (641.563). This is a collection of succulent recipes that one should not peruse on an empty stomach. The Whole30 diet is basically the same as the Paleo Diet except that (1) some Whole30 recipes allow for the inclusion of potatoes and extra fruit juices, and (2) Whole30 is complete at the end of thirty days. One can then end the diet or immediately re-up for another The Whole30 Fast & Easy: 150 Simply Delicious Everyday Recipes for Your Whole30 by Melissa Hartwig (Houghton Miflin Harcourt 2007) (641.563). This is a collection of succulent recipes that one should not peruse on an empty stomach. The Whole30 diet is basically the same as the Paleo Diet except that (1) some Whole30 recipes allow for the inclusion of potatoes and extra fruit juices, and (2) Whole30 is complete at the end of thirty days. One can then end the diet or immediately re-up for another thirty-day period. The reason these diets work is that they place the dieter in a state of ketosis, in which the body burns stored fats rather than carbohydrates ingested that day. The trick is that one must be vigilant not to slip into a state of ketoacidosis, which can cause lasting harm to the body. Hey fat people: This diet worked for me. I lost a hundred pounds in eight months of strictly following the principles of paleo dieting. With a modicum of willpower, how can you fail on a diet which allows you to eat all the meats, fresh green vegetables, and fresh fruits that you want? My rating: 7/10, finished 2/15/19.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jenny, The Distracted Bee

    I bequeath this fictional book 3 stars only because my husband is a whiz in the kitchen so HE finds these recipes relatively easy, but not even so much with the “fast” and he’s Zippy McZipperson. I should say that we both love the Whole30 thing, and while we’re not fanatics we usually enjoy eating this way because it makes us feel better overall. My husband is the cook. I have low energy and don’t feel any love for the cookins. I saw this and thought, “hey! I can use this when Husband travels!” My I bequeath this fictional book 3 stars only because my husband is a whiz in the kitchen so HE finds these recipes relatively easy, but not even so much with the “fast” and he’s Zippy McZipperson. I should say that we both love the Whole30 thing, and while we’re not fanatics we usually enjoy eating this way because it makes us feel better overall. My husband is the cook. I have low energy and don’t feel any love for the cookins. I saw this and thought, “hey! I can use this when Husband travels!” My 1st breakfast recipe took an HOUR to prep and cook. I mean, dude. C’mon. And, unlike the other Whole30 cookbook, these offerings are very hit and miss for blandness. And that’s the whole THING about Whole30, Paleo etc. Is that if you add spices you don’t need all the manufactured yummy poisony goodness!! I will still try these 150 recipes, but only bc my husband is cooking them, in a moderate amount of time with a moderate amount of effort.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    I am one of those people who attempted a Whole30 once and failed. But I tend to eat paleo at home on a day-to-day basis. This book is a phenomenal "paleo-esque" book even if you aren't into the "whole30 thing". It's a SIMPLE, yet tasty Paleo/Whole30 recipe book without crazy flours/expensive nut flours, sauces, etc.... I am not into "fussy/complicated" cooking and I love that this book is all about basics. I have a whole week of recipes lined up and I already know they are going to be amazing. I I am one of those people who attempted a Whole30 once and failed. But I tend to eat paleo at home on a day-to-day basis. This book is a phenomenal "paleo-esque" book even if you aren't into the "whole30 thing". It's a SIMPLE, yet tasty Paleo/Whole30 recipe book without crazy flours/expensive nut flours, sauces, etc.... I am not into "fussy/complicated" cooking and I love that this book is all about basics. I have a whole week of recipes lined up and I already know they are going to be amazing. I LOVE the photos in the book. I think every good cookbook needs photos. In fact, for some reason, if a recipe doesn't have a photo, I just keep flipping through and won't even consider it. #sorrynotsorry #ieatwithmyeyes I rented this from the library, but I will now be looking at owning a copy for myself.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa W

    I think this book came to me at the wrong point in my life. I've had 5 successful W30 rounds, and have been practicing food freedom for almost 4 years now. I picked this book up at the library and didn't find many recipes that were even worth trying in my own kitchen. Out of the 150 recipes, I bookmarked 10 to try. I think this book would be great for someone that is starting a Whole30, and doesn't have much experience cooking. The recipes are simple and the instructions are easy to follow. For I think this book came to me at the wrong point in my life. I've had 5 successful W30 rounds, and have been practicing food freedom for almost 4 years now. I picked this book up at the library and didn't find many recipes that were even worth trying in my own kitchen. Out of the 150 recipes, I bookmarked 10 to try. I think this book would be great for someone that is starting a Whole30, and doesn't have much experience cooking. The recipes are simple and the instructions are easy to follow. For veteran Whole30ers or people that are more confident, a lot of this stuff will seem really obvious (For example, there is a chili verde chicken recipe that involves putting chicken, salsa, and spices into a slow cooker.) May update more later if I try any of the recipes that I saved, but I think my opinion of "It was ok" is pretty solid.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Got out of the library to do another round of Whole 30. Generally good, but not worth buying in my opinion. Good to have a new slug of recipes but not wholly unique from the first 2 cookbooks. The fact of the matter is that Whole 30 isn't super fast because there is a lot of prep involved with fresh cooking (as opposed to pantry cooking), even if it only take a few minutes to saute veggies... you're still chopping and preparing. This cookbook's solution (along with most speedy cooking cookbooks) Got out of the library to do another round of Whole 30. Generally good, but not worth buying in my opinion. Good to have a new slug of recipes but not wholly unique from the first 2 cookbooks. The fact of the matter is that Whole 30 isn't super fast because there is a lot of prep involved with fresh cooking (as opposed to pantry cooking), even if it only take a few minutes to saute veggies... you're still chopping and preparing. This cookbook's solution (along with most speedy cooking cookbooks) is to buy pre-prepped veggies. Also, we get that sauces, condiments, shelf-ingredients are supposed to be whole 30 compliant. Writing it on every single recipe ingredient is terribly tedious. Just stop.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    This is a really great book for what it is ... it's just not a book for me. The great thing about this book is that there are pictures with almost every recipe, with a great paragraph on each recipe. For me out of the whole book I think that I would only make maybe 2% of what was in there, and as far as eating what was in the book maybe 50%. The food combos are not appealing to me at all. I did not hate the book, there was nothing wrong with it, it just was not the book for me.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Dogdaysinaz

    I already eat a diet free of gluten, soy, and dairy (which are also not included in the Paleo/Whole 30), among other things. I was pleasantly surprised that the majority of the recipes in this cookbook have mostly ingredients I typically have in my house (or are easily accessible produce). The only recipes I will not even consider trying are the ones with eggs, due to an allergy. The first recipe I made was a winner, and I look forward to several more soon!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    If you're on the Whole30 (or just want to eat clean while eating meat) this book will give you tons of new recipes. If you're only going to buy one Whole30 book, buy the first one. This book had just a few pages of information on the program and the science behind it; they assume you have already read their first book. That didn't bother me, just be warned that it's a companion book and not meant to be a stand-alone unless you already know the program well.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Janine Snyder

    As a paleo follower for the past 4 years, I own a lot of paleo cookbooks (10?). I have done two whole30s and really respect the benefits and how it makes me look and feel. I borrowed this book and made a recipe and liked it, so now it is part of my collection. While I don't really like Melissa Hartwig's somewhat brusque and belligerent tone, and I don't own any of the other actual Whole30 books, this is a winner because the recipes are fast and easy.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    want to try: warm salmon and potato salad asian tuna, snow pea, and broccoli salad w/ sesame dressing turkey meatballs w/ roasted cherry tomatoes sheet pan shrimp w/ sesame broccoli chile-lime roasted sweet potatoes veggie confetti cauliflower rice cauliflower-sweet potato mash asian citrus dressing

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dr. Sara Jean Barrett

    This book helps make real food meals from scratch more accessible. It can be a struggle to make nourishing meals that are plant heavy. I find myself reaching for the same recipes over and over and this book brought me out of my 'rut'. So far I haven't found a recipe in this book that I don't like. I highly recommend it!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Brandy Davis

    I am one of those people that "reads" a cookbook, from cover to cover. This book has many YUMMY recipes. I don't usually like the whole30 books but this one is a keeper. SO far we have made the Green Chili Pork Stew and it was yum.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Taylor

    I’ll probably update this once I get through some more recipes, but so far so good! Definitely much quicker recipes in this one which I love. Meal prep doesn’t happen a lot, so these quick recipes are right up my ally. The few I’ve made have tasted incredible so far!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jimi Barnholt

    As advertised....delicious recipes and quick to fix! The variety of recipes from stir fries to slow cookers, one pan meals to soups makes this a very useful book for any quick dinner prep.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Many great sounding recipes in this book. They are laid out in an easy to follow style and include helpful tips. I look forward to trying most of these in my efforts to clean up my eating routine. The salad dressings, sauces, and condiments look easy to make which is encouraging.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sandy

    This is a good technical read. They have included lots of studies to backup their program. I have used their suggestions to help me eat more healthy as I do not have any chronic illnesses. I think this would be worth trying for those who do.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    I got this book from the library to learn more about Whole 30, a popular diet plan. The book was really clear and helpful. I felt like I had a clear understanding after reading the very brief introduction. The beautiful pictures and recipes were a really nice bonus.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Brunello

    This is a good collection of Crockpot recipes, Whole30 or not. I've tried several of them and we liked them so far. I usually add a bit more spices as we like stronger flavors in some of the dishes, but overall we are happy with what's written.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sonja Babino

    This cookbook took the monotony out of trying to figure out what to cook every night. My journey into Whole30 went rather smooth but I often found that I'd want to try something new or different. If that is true for you, this is the book to add to your collection.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Dana Monsees

    #1 recommendation for anyone starting a Whole30!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kayla

    Great recipes. Quick, easy, delicious. It's wonderful to eat delicious, healthy food and feel completely satisfied.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    Even if you're not doing the Whole30 thing, this book is chock full of healthy fast meal ideas. Maybe worth a purchase.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Knaebel

    My favorite cookbook! There are so many useful and easy recipes in this book. It lives up to its title for sure!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Katelyn Snyder

    I have made SO many recipes out of this book and they all have been phenomenal! Fast. Easy. Delicious! MUST READ!!

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