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7 Weight-Loss Friendly Whole30 Recipes For People Who Hate Cooking

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While lots of people are obsessed with the Whole30 diet these days, just as many are turned off by the work it takes.

So what if you hate cooking, but want to try the Whole30? Fortunately, you don’t have to subsist on raw celery dipped in ghee for four weeks to make it through with minimal in-the-kitchen effort. To make things more palatable, we took the work out of Whole30 for you.

Here, seven Whole30 recipes that are easy to whip together in the kitchen in (almost) no time flat, rounded up from from the Whole30 team and registered dietitians who specialize in the diet:

SLOW COOKER CHICKEN CHILE VERDE

“We love this recipe because it has just five ingredients and takes just five minutes to prep. The slow cooker does the rest!” says Jessica Beacom, R.D., co-founder of Whole30-friendly nutrition consultancy and recipe blog, The Real Food Dietitians. The following Whole30 recipe from Beacom and co-founder Stacie Hassing serves six to eight, so prepare it now and save the rest in the fridge for lunches and dinners throughout the week.

SPAGHETTI SQUASH WITH BEEF MARINARA

“I honestly don't even miss pasta anymore. I've always felt like it just serves as a carrier for other delicious food,” says Stephanie Greunke, R.D., creator of Rock Your Hormones and the Real Food Mamas podcast. “In this case, spaghetti squash serves as the carrier for ghee and meatballs with marinara. It's a great way to get extra veggies in and is kid-friendly.”

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