Trader Joes Whole 30 List for you to complete Whole30 with Whole30 compliant foods. A list updated for 2019 and 2020 items at Trader Joe’s including a printable shopping list.
Trader Joes Whole 30 – Best Trader Joes Products
Soon the new year will be here! One of the things I love to focus on in the new year is ridding my body of all of the junk I consumed over the holiday season.
This year I’ve tried really hard to eat more whole foods and more veggies during the holidays! Nevertheless, I still had my fair share of treats!
Whole30 is a great program to reset yourself in the new year. By focusing on eating whole foods, you can reset your hormones, blood sugar and start the new year with energy!
What Can You Eat on Whole30?
I can’t tell you how many times I googled this question while on Whole30. The truth is, it can be confusing! Some things are approved and some aren’t.
If you’re a Whole30 die-hard, choosing only organic produce and truly non-processed foods will matter. I’m of the mindset that if it’s a whole food and already in convenience form (i.e. zoodles) that is good enough for me.
I know this isn’t super popular among the Whole30 aficionados but I’d rather focus on creating long-term, doable habits rather than follow a set of rules. To each his own!
I do believe the Whole30 community has come to appreciate the many Whole 30 convenience foods that have become available. That is one of the reasons I love Trader Joes Whole 30 products so much! They make Whole30 living much more doable.
You may be wondering, is the Whole30 expensive to do? It’s true, processed foods often cost less money than whole foods. That being said, there are a few places you can shop that can help you to do Whole30 on a budget.
Need some ideas on what to eat on Whole 30? Here are a few Momma Fit Lyndsey Whole 30 compliant recipes!
- Turkey & Veggie Skillet
- Butternut Squash Salad (omit honey from vinaigrette)
- Brussel Sprouts & Bacon (choose sugar-free bacon)
- Crockpot Beef Stew
- Whole30 Chicken
- Breakfast Frittata (omit cheese)
- Instant Pot Buffalo Meatballs
- Whole30 Salmon
Momma Fit Lyndsey’s Best Tools for Whole30 Success
These are a few of my favorite kitchen prep tools for making Whole30 meal prep easy!
More Helpful Whole30 Resources!
These are just a few of my favorite printed resources to help you have a successful Whole30!
My Personal Whole 30 results
When I did Whole30 I was looking to detox my body. It was springtime and I really wanted to get my insides in great health for the summer. My Whole 30 results were:
- clearer thoughts, less mental fog
- clearer skin
- improved digestion
- much better sleep
- better energy
- a bit of weight loss, a lot of bloat loss
Why Checking Labels Matters
Reading labels is extremely important when you are shopping for Whole30 approved food. So many convenience foods and prepackaged items have sugar in them.
According to the Whole30 guidelines, it’s no sugar among many other things. I’ve found that sneaky sugars are by far the hardest thing to maintain a handle on!
So be careful when you are reading guides from previous years. Some products may have been updated and ingredients may have been changed.
When I was researching for this article some things I thought I could include ended up having sugar in them once I checked.
Trader Joes Whole 30 Shopping List
One of my favorite places to shop for Whole30 compliant foods is Trader Joe’s. Here is a list of a few of my favorite items for doing Whole30 and shopping at Trader Joe’s.
Trader Joe’s Shopping List of Whole30 Convenience Foods – Printable Version
Whole 30 Trader Joes Convenience Produce
- Shredded carrots
- Butternut squash zig zags
- Steamed baby beets
- Peeled + cut butternut squash
- Shaved brussels sprouts
- Bagged lettuces
- Riced broccoli
- Riced cauliflower
- Broccoli slaw
- Peeled + cooked chestnuts
- Pomegranate seeds
- Sweet potato ribbons
- Chopped veggie mix
- Broccoli florets
- Cut + washed green beans
- Peeled garlic
- Fresh herbs
Trader Joe’s Salsa and Trader Joe’s Salad Dressing – Whole30 Compliant
- Salsa verde
- Hatch Valley Salsa
- Tomatillo roasted yellow chili salsa
- Salsa Especial
- Pico de gallo
- Trader Joe’s pesto – vegan kale, cashew + basil pesto
- Prepared guacamole (guacamole to go, guacamole, chunky guacamole)
- Trader Joe’s green goddess dressing
- Marinara sauce (refrigerated version)
- Olive tapenade
- Olive Oil
- Avocado oil
- Coconut oil + coconut oil packets
- Toasted sesame oil
- Jalapeno pepper hot sauce
- Apple cider vinegar
- Red wine vinegar
- Rice wine vinegar
- Balsamic vinegar
- Canned pumpkin
- Canned butternut squash
- Unsweetened applesauce
- Canned meat (i.e. tuna, sardines, salmon, etc)
- Beef bone broth
- Chicken bone broth
- Almond butter
- Sunflower butter
- Canned tomatoes
- Tomato paste
- Minced garlic
- Coconut milk or cream
- Coconut aminos
- Almond meal
- Almond flour
- Nutritional yeast
- Chia seeds
- Cacao powder
- Sparkling water
Trader Joes Frozen Food for Whole30
Frozen Produce – all veggies except for corn, soy, lima beans and peas. Here are a few standouts:
- Mashed sweet potatoes
- Carrot spirals
- Zucchini spirals
- Broccoli florets
- Asparagus spears
- Brussel sprouts
- Organic blueberries
- Organic raspberries
- Cherries (organic)
- Strawberries (organic)
- Mango (organic)
- Peaches (organic)
- Coconut chunks (organic)
- Jumbo sea scallops
- Trader Joe’s salmon – wild caught
- Dover sole
- Wild caught tuna
- Wild caught cod
- Shrimp – wild caught
- Mahi mahi
- Turkey burgers
- Beef sirloin roast
- Grass-fed beef
- Organic chicken
- Pork (loin, chops, ground)
Trader Joe’s Best Items – Meat, Eggs + Refrigerated Items
- Organic eggs
- Cage Free Hard-cooked peeled eggs
- Uncured Beef hot dogs (grass-fed and organic)
- Spicy Italian Chicken Sausage
- No Sugar Dry Rubbed uncured bacon
- Bone broth
- Almond Beverage
- Simply turkey
- Simply chicken
- Other unprepared meats such as organic chicken, turkey, beef and pork
Get your printable Trader Joes Whole 30 list!
Have you done a Whole30 yet? What are some of your favorite foods to make Whole30 more doable? Tell me about it in the comments!