Vegetarian Meal Plan for the Year: January and February

Vegetarian Meal Plan

Whether you’re looking for inexpensive vegetarian meal ideas or are just wanting to follow a semi vegetarian meal plan, this Vegetarian Meal Plan will help you create a menu that fits your family’s needs! This meal plan is for January and February. Check out March and April here. Be sure to PIN THIS to save it for later! :)

Vegetarian Meal Plan for the Year

Lots of people ask for help with how to plan a vegetarian meal, because they’re so used to eating meat that they end up scratching their head when it comes to vegetarian foods. I used to be the same way. The image above is from a post that I wrote last year. Yes, die-hard vegetarian Sadie was once a die-hard meat eater. I still can’t believe I said our meatless dishes were boring! Since becoming a vegetarian a little over a year ago, our dishes have gone to okay to AMAZING! You’ve gotta think outside the box, but I promise there are many delicious quick and easy vegetarian meal ideas out there!

31 not enough? Check out the rest of my vegetarian recipes!

Key:

V = Vegan
GF = Gluten-Free
SF = Soy-Free
DF = Dairy-Free

Books

The Everything Vegetarian Cookbook: 300 Healthy Recipes Everyone Will Enjoy

How to Cook Everything Vegetarian: Simple Meatless Recipes for Great Food

Meatless: More Than 200 of the Very Best Vegetarian Recipes

Quick-Fix Vegetarian: Healthy Home-Cooked Meals in 30 Minutes or Less

1: Cauliflower and Smoked Cheddar Soup GF

2: Tempeh Tacos with a Roasted Poblano Salsa

3: Quinoa Pasta with Creamy Garlic Sauce & Toasted Hazelnuts

4: Buffalo Cauliflower Wing Pizza with Tofu Blue Cheese Spread

5: Light-As-Air Chickpea and Zucchini Fritters

6: Spinach and Chickpea Veggie Burgers

7: Avocado Salad with Sweet Red Onions and Lime

8: Marinated Tofu Sandwiches

9: Black Bean and Pea Burgers

10: Panera’s Broccoli Cheddar Soup

11: Raw Sundried Tomato Cashew Pesto Sauce & Zucchini Pasta GF, SF, DF

12: Mini Grilled Cheese with Roasted Red Pepper & Pesto Sandwiches

13: Mexican Mac & Cheese

14: Thai Chickpea Pizza V

15: Cheesy Vegan Tempeh Slow Cooker Chili V

16: Fettuccine with Sage and Asiago Pesto

17: Fully Loaded Miso Soup

18: Panera’s Mediterranean Sandwich Copycat Recipe

19: Huevos Rancheros Breakfast Burrito

20: Quinoa Lemon Salad recipe

21: Vegan Warm Chickpea and Artichoke Salad

22: Roasted Cauliflower & Cheddar Soup

23: Portobello Mushroom Stuffed with Basil Pesto

24: Baked Empanadas V

25: Dynamite Tofu With Rice and Broccoli

26: Veggie Burgers

27: Couscous Cakes With Spiced Cream Sauce

28: Baked Falafel

29: Hot and Sour Soup

30: Black Bean-Roasted Zucchini-Goat Cheese Enchiladas

31: Vegan Fried Chicken

February

1. Gluten-Free Crock Pot Mac & Cheese

2. Vegan Spring Rolls

3. Sweet Potato Veggie Burgers

4. Yam Roast

5. Baked Buffalo Broccoli Bites

6. Zucchini Linguine

7. Cheese Stuffed Shells in Cream Sauce

8. Easy Mini Nacho Pizzas

9. Baked Eggplant with Pistachio Pesto and Goat Cheese

10. Quinoa Patties With Tzatziki Sauce

11. Greek Style Potato Skins

12. Mushroom Marinara Sandwiches

13. 20 Minute Pad Thai

14. Asparagus Brie Pierogies

15. Curry Chickpea Burgers

16. Margherita Pizza

17. Vegan Cream of Mushroom Soup

18. Tempeh Sloppy Joes

19. Orange Scented Cauliflower Ricotta Ravioli

20. Spinach Quiche

21. Best Tomato Soup Ever

22. Avocado White Bean Salad

23. Pasta With Creamy Broccoli Pesto

24. Baked Eggs in Tomatoes

25. Vegetable Chili

26. Eggplant Parmesan

27. Cream of Broccoli Soup

28. Kid-Friendly Tofu Nuggets

P.S. Don’t be afraid of the repetitive questions non-vegetarians will ask you, the animals will thank you for not eating them. ;)

Comments

  1. Julie says:

    This is a fantastic post! If you don’t mind, I will occasionally get requests for vegetarian meal plans (which I don’t have). I’ll refer subscribers to this post.

    • SlapDashMom says:

      That would be awesome, Julie! Thanks! :)

  2. YAY!!!!! I started eating Gluten & Dairy Free on Jan 1st. (as much as possible, I do slip) and this will be a great reference! Thanks so much!
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  3. What a great list of yummy recipes!
    Rose @ Walnut Acre recently posted..The Walnut Acre Daily – Mac & Cheese Pizza, Naming Our Hens, and MoreMy Profile

  4. Thanks for sharing all these great recipes! Can’t wait to try a few! (and thanks for linking up at Motivating Monday on CEO of Me!)
    Misty Kearns recently posted..Finding balance by enjoying some “Me time” #NIVEAmomentsMy Profile

  5. Jill says:

    Julie from Shrinking On A Budget sent me and the recipes look great. Thanks to both of you!

  6. Tazim says:

    It’s is so helpful, and definitely will make people consider adding more vegetarian meals to their weekly plan.

  7. I’m so excited! Thank you for these great ideas! (Except for the portabellas. I do not thank you for those. Gag.)
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  8. Laurie C says:

    Thank you for posting soy free recipes. My daughters are soy intolerant and finding good meat free/soy free recipes can be hard.

  9. Thanks so much for sharing my recipe. Off to check out some of the others!
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  10. diane says:

    Thanks so much for sharing my vegan spring rolls. While my family isn’t vegetarian we do try and limit our meat consumption and buy only from organic and/or local farms. I hope your readers enjoy my recipe!
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  11. Tosh says:

    YUM! Thanks so much for including my Eggplant Parmesan (my kiddos favorite). I can’t wait to check out the rest of the recipes. We try to eat at least 1 meatless meal each week to save money!
    Tosh recently posted..25 Hearty Meatless RecipesMy Profile

    • mike says:

      who puts meat in eggplant Parmesan?

  12. What a great roundup! This is an awesome resource and I can’t wait to try some of these. Thank you so much for including my asparagus brie pierogies; we definitely loved them in my house!
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  13. Rachel says:

    This is a great idea! I’m not finding the rest of the year however when I search. Was this the only post for the year, just Jan and Feb?

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