Meal prepping and cooking at home are an integral part of doing the Whole30. However, when leading busy, social lives, at some point most people are probably going to dine out during the 30 days!
In my experience, it’s important to have a few go-to places, where you know there are great options that fit the guidelines and keep you feeling satisfied. Beyond that, there are helpful tips on the Whole30 Dining Guide that teach you to navigate any restaurant/menu with confidence. Remember that while you should try your best to stick to the guidelines, dining out should be fun! Enjoy yourself and don’t stress out over the small details! Focus on making the smartest choices…
One of the questions I get most often about the Whole30 is, “Where/what can I eat when I dine out?” This week and next, I’ll be sharing some of my favorite Whole30-friendly spots in Dallas. In addition to sharing my favorite places, I’m also going to share what/how to order. I’ve contacted the places I’m featuring to ask questions about ingredients and how the food is prepared…I’ve done the legwork for you! Of course if you see something here and have questions/concerns, please don’t hesitate to ask. I am happy to help you find answers, and of course, want to learn the information as well!
Snap Kitchen is a favorite for healthy grab-and-go meals and juices. Personally, I like their food because its always fresh and flavorful, and they use high quality, local (when possible) ingredients. Daniel Magoon, RDN at Snap Kitchen Dallas was so kind to go over the menus with me and provide a Whole30-friendly list of items on their Winter Menu. Snap also stocks LaCroix sparkling water and unsweetened Honest T iced tea, both Whole30-friendly beverage options. (And, post-Whole30, there are many other fantastic, healthy options as well…something for everyone! I’m a big fan of their Paleo options when not doing a Whole30.)
See the listing below, with links to the ingredients in each meal/juice. And, be sure to enter for a chance to win a $100 Snap Kitchen Gift Card in the giveaway at the end of this post!
Cold Pressed Juices:
- Super Greens
- Easy Greens
- Far East Tumeric Elixir
- Energy Boost
- Antioxidant Juice
- Carrot Ginger Elixir
- Chai Cashew Milkshake
- Matcha Mint Tea
*Per Whole30 recommendations, be extra careful with your sugar intake, even when it comes from technically approved items like real fruit and vegetable juices. The goal is to crush sugar cravings, not feed them! Also it is not recommended to use juices as a meal replacement. Read this article for more on this subject…
- Red and Green Salad (no dressing)
Soups: (information not available on line)
- Roasted Tomato Basil Soup
- Tomato Gazpacho Soup
Snap Kitchen has several locations in Dallas, Austin, Houston, Chicago, and Philadelphia (coming soon!)…click here to see if there’s one near you!
Hope these suggestions are helpful to you during your Whole30! Special thanks to Daniel and Snap Kitchen Dallas for providing the ingredient information for this post…