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#Vegetarian Meal Plan Ideas for the Week of 8/5 – 8/11

cheesy omelet
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It's been a while since I've done a menu plan so I'm going to try and start it up again. No promises on how consistent it will be. :) Most of the recipes linked are just starting off points for me. I don't like to follow recipes, so if I see “black bean burger”, I will just make my own – but because I'm super lazy and not posting my personal recipes this week, I figured these recipes would help you get started as well.

Even if you aren't a vegetarian, these meals all rock! And, if you must, you could always add some chicken!

Vegetarian Menu Plan

cheesy omelet

Sunday

Breakfast: Spicy Cheesy Omelet Burritos
Lunch: Whole Grain Grilled Cheese
Dinner: Chickpea Burgers

vegetarian taco recipe

Monday

Breakfast: Bagels with Peanut Butter or Cream Cheese
Lunch: Tacos
Dinner: Mushroom Turnovers

vegetarian menu plan

Tuesday

Breakfast: Cereal
Lunch: Peanut Butter & Banana Sandwiches
Dinner: Bean Burritos

healthy menu plan

egg salad recipe

Wednesday

Breakfast: Super Breakfast Smoothies
Lunch: Savory Spinach and Feta Muffins
Dinner: Egg Salad

homemade poptarts recipe

Thursday

Breakfast: Homemade Pop Tarts
Lunch: Tomato and Cheese Sandwiches
Dinner: Vegetable Fried Rice

black bean quesadilla recipe

Friday

Breakfast: Pancakes with fruit
Lunch: Egg Salad
Dinner: Black Bean Quesadillas

Saturday

Breakfast: Eggs and Toast
Lunch: Out to eat
Dinner: Mini Deep Dish Pizzas

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6 Comments

  1. sounds really good. I try to make weekly menus to they really help keep us on track and organized. I may have been slacking the last couple weeks and it really shows.

  2. The chickpea burgers sound good. Now if only I could get my other half to eat something without meat in it. :) Thanks for sharing!

    1. I thought I’d NEVER get to the point where I could go meat-free even for one day much less permanently. I started out with Meatless Mondays and actually gave up on them. Then, I realized how unhealthy meat was for my body – and got to see firsthand how long red meat stayed rotting in my stomach – and the next week I went vegetarian 100% and haven’t looked back!

  3. My kids are wheat free and gluten free eaters. When we start back to school, we have to remove the little bit of craziness I have relaxed and allowed in the summer months. Any processed foods and sometimes certain meats cause stress in their school days that we can avoid by having a meat free diet. This plan is one we can adopt and adapt for the first week of school, so I am pinning it for that reason. Thanks, Sadie. Now I can work smarter and not harder. You rock, as usual.

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