Whole30 Must-Haves

So you're wanting to complete a Whole30, are ya? I know how intimidating it can be...what are the rules? What can I have? What do I need to buy? This is complicated. I don't want a bunch of extra food items sitting around my home...it's a lot. This is not an exhaustive list below by any means, but a list of products that are "musts" for me when completing a Whole30!

First and foremost, before you get started on your Whole30 journey, I highly recommend reading the Whole30 book. It explains the premise behind the program, the rules for following the program, as well as gives some recipes to make throughout!

For Your Mornings

Whole 30 Journal - to process through the journey with, super helpful in recognizing trends with food, emotions, etc.

Milk Frother

Nut Pods - to use in coffee or when you're needing cream in recipes.

Collagen - a scoop a day keeps stomach pains away. truly, collagen is healing for the gut. try it out!


Chicken and Herb Sausage

Pederson's Kielbasa

Italian Chicken Sausage

Grilled Chicken Strips


Hot Dogs

Breakfast Sausage


For The Fridge

Waterloo Sparkling Water


Cauliflower Rice

Heart of Palm Noodles

For the Pantry:

Bone Broth

Siete Taco Seasoning

Coconut Wraps

Nut Butter


So you don't have to make your own

Ketchup, Mustard, Mayo Pack

BBQ and Ranch - So you don't have to make your own!

Ghee - A great option for your cooking fat

Marinara - perfect over zoodles or with your meatballs


For emergencies, in accordance with the program rules

That's It Bars



RX Bars

Brands I love:


Primal Kitchen



Other Tips:

  1. Be on the lookout while grocery shopping for the Whole30 logo on products. So helpful! And, just because they don't have the Whole30 sign, doesn't mean they aren't compliant.

  2. Get a Whole30 cookbook, or review Whole30 recipes on Pinterest to make it easier on yourself.

  3. Chipotle has a Whole30 bowl - you need it in your life!

  4. Remember, it's not about restricting your intake and "dieting". It's all about reviewing your relationship with food. Trust the process, you'll realize how much better you feel.

  5. There are many other sites out there with extensive lists of foods, these are just my favorite and seem to get me through the month.

  6. The Whole30 site has a "Can I have It" guide for you here.

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