Even though I’m not currently doing Whole30, I still use some of my favorite Whole30 recipes on a regular basis. Today I am sharing a quick and easy recipe that is super tasty, healthy, and leaves plenty of leftovers for lunch.
I found the original recipe on Pinterest and only had to make one change to make the recipe Whole30 – remove the cheese. But if you aren’t doing Whole30 this totally isn’t necessary. I also switch out the ground beef for ground turkey, which is just a personal preference.
I was able to get all the supplies I needed for this recipe on my weekly grocery shopping trip to Publix. I was also able to pick up some of their tea from the deli and some ready to go salads thanks to their BOGO specials. Every week when their ad comes out I always check the BOGO specials first. I was able to get everything I needed for this recipe, two salads for lunches, a gallon of tea, and even treated myself to some Halo Top for dessert – all for under $20. I think this is great especially since I will get three meals out of this recipe.
Whole30 Taco Skillet
- In a 12″ skillet, break up and brown ground turkey, drain excess fat once turkey is browned (if necessary).
- Add in veggies and seasonings and cook until onions are translucent.
It is that easy!
This makes a couple large servings, so it’s great to make on a Sunday night to have a couple lunches for the week.
And because I love Publix AND want you to be able to eat healthy, I’m giving away a $25 Publix gift card! Just comment below with your go-to healthy recipe to be entered to win. I will pick a random winner on Monday, March 19.
*Disclosure: As an ambassador for the Publix Savannah Women’s Half Marathon I was provided with Publix gift cards for this post. As always, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.