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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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Sadie Mae is an LGBT Lifestyle blogger living in Arizona with her three daughters. Her passions including traveling, healthy living, and teaching women how to work from home so they can spend more time with their kids.

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  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.
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  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!
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    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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