Whole30 Recipes from our Family - Sietefoods.com

January 23, 2020

Creating Whole30 Approved foods is a special opportunity to honor an important part of our mission, which is to help everyone feel included at the table, no matter dietary restrictions, intolerances, or preferences. What’s more, we want to create foods made with simple ingredients that don’t sacrifice health for flavor. We’re honored to support those on their Whole30 journey just as we supported our sister, Veronica, as a family on our journey to health. Juntos es Mejor, together is better!

So, we've put together a few Whole30 recipes using a few of our Whole30 approved foods, hot sauce, enchilada sauce, and taco seasoning.

Enchilada Egg Bake

Enchilada Egg Bake Whole30 with SIete

Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Habanero Lime Sauce

Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Habanero Lime Sauce

Jalapeño Marinated Shrimp Kabobs

Marinated Shrimp Whole30 by Siete Recipe

 Habanero Hot Wings

Taco Seasoned Potato Wedges

Roasted Potato Wedges Whole30 Recipes by Siete





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