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Three Things…in a Skillet

Since this Thursday is day 11 of my January Whole30 reset, today’s three things are tied to that. One of my keys to success with Whole30 is to spend some time each week prepping an assortment of meal components that can easily be added together through the week for quick and tasty meals.

This month, my skillet is getting quite a workout – both during food prep and also with many simple skillet suppers. Here, 3 quick meals that have hit the spot.

Skillet Sizzled Salad – In my largest skillet, a bit of avocado oil to get started. Then the chicken sausage went into a section of the skillet. After a few minutes sliced pears were added to another section. Then a large handful of spinach and baby kale added to the remaining section of the skillet. Once greens are wilted, transfer all to the bowl. Topped with a few pecans, blueberries & Tessemae’s Caesar dressing.

Lazy Saturday Skillet– aka, clearing out some bits before another round of food prep. The last of the baby kale from one container + some roasted veggies (carrots, Brussels, butternut) + chocolate chili.

Chili Greens Skillet – Pan fried some frozen okra (avocado oil, nutritional yeast, salt, pepper) + chocolate chili + spinach. Just a touch of Tessemae’s Caesar dressing to finish the bowl.

Do you have any “quick skillet recipes” that are in your rotation?

I have some posts planned to share some of the food prep activity that is helping me with this Whole30.

Linking up with Carole & Kat for Three on Thursday.

 

4 Comments

  1. I do, but I don’t they they qualify for Whole30 as they have rice or rice noodles in them.

  2. I love skillet meals! Most all of mine involve large amounts of rice/pasta and cheese…clearly we haven’t tried the Whole30 thing yet 🙂 It sounds interesting, though!

  3. I so rarely use my skillet to cook a meal from start to finish. I am more of an oven person.

  4. They all look “good enough to eat!” I’ll definitely give them a try and share with Norman—he likes skillet dishes and kale/spinach. I’ve been toying with the Whole 30 idea…this may just push me into trying…Thanks
    Cheers~

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