41 Easy Vegan Meal Prep Recipes For The Week

Prepping plant-based meals in advance can make all the difference in sticking to your vegan diet. With these delicious and easy-to-make recipes, you’ll be all set for a week’s worth of healthy eating.

Not only do they save you money, but you also have complete control over the ingredients, knowing that no animal products sneak their way into your meals. And as an added bonus, many of these dishes will keep well for a couple of days, making them perfect for meal prep. To ensure your food stays fresh and organized, consider investing in some high-quality glass containers designed specifically for this purpose.

Curried Chickpea Bowls with Garlicky Spinach

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The flavor profile of these curried chickpeas is a perfect balance of tangy, sweet, and savory notes, courtesy of the judiciously chosen seasonings. Meanwhile, the addition of garlicky spinach injects a bright, refreshing quality. To streamline the preparation process, we’re leveraging canned chickpeas as our starting point. For those concerned about sodium intake, it’s essential to rinse your chickpeas thoroughly or opt for no-salt-added alternatives like these. In terms of nutritional breakdown, each serving yields: Calories – 455; Fat – 9g; Protein – 15g; Carbohydrates – 79g; Fiber – 16g; Sugar – 6g.

Sweet Potato Black Bean Meal Prep Bowls

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These sweet potato and black bean meal prep bowls are a nutritious and delicious combination of roasted sweet potatoes, cooked black beans, and crispy sweet potato ‘fries’ topped with a zesty cilantro-lime dressing. The dressing is incredibly easy to make, simply combine all the ingredients in a food processor and pulse until smooth. If you don’t have a food processor, I recommend investing in this affordable one. Here’s the nutrition information for each serving: per serving, you can expect 490 calories, with 20g of fat, 13g of protein, 68g of carbohydrates, 14g of fiber and just 2g of sugar.

Cauliflower Taco Bowls with Creamy Vegan Cilantro Ranch

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This nutritious dish is packed with a medley of wholesome ingredients, including brown rice, beans, onions, cauliflower, and bell peppers. A key component that sets it apart is the creamy vegan cilantro ranch dressing. To prepare this tangy accompaniment, blend together salt, pepper, basil leaves, garlic cloves, cilantro, apple cider vinegar, and vegan mayo in your food processor until smooth. With its impressive nutritional profile, this dish delivers a satisfying serving per serving: approximately 963 calories, with 40g of fats, 31.6g of protein, 122.6g of carbohydrates, and a substantial 26.4g of fiber. It also contains a moderate 14.5g of sugar.

Cold Sesame Noodle Meal Prep Bowls

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The dish is a masterclass in flavor, with the almond butter sauce being the star of the show. This creamy, sweet, savory, and slightly spicy sauce perfectly complements the pasta and zucchini noodles. To create this culinary magic, simply combine your seasonings with maple syrup, soy sauce, rice vinegar, lime juice, and sesame oil. What’s more, this sugar-free maple syrup means you can indulge without any guilt.

Nutritional Information (per serving):
Calories: 452
Fats: 15g
Protein: 19g
Carbs: 65g
Fiber: 14g
Sugar: 13g

Jackfruit Enchilada Bowls

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Satisfy your craving for Mexican cuisine without the hassle of takeout. Instead, whip up a batch of these scrumptious enchiladas that will transport your taste buds to south-of-the-border paradise. The star ingredient? Shredded jackfruit, which boasts a tender texture reminiscent of pulled pork or chicken and effortlessly absorbs the flavors of your chosen seasonings. To avoid an overly sweet dish, be sure to opt for jackfruit in brine rather than syrup.

Per serving (approximate): 1001 calories, 4g fats, 27.7g protein, 219.3g carbs, and a respectable 18.5g fiber content. Sugar lovers will appreciate the moderate 10.1g sugar per serving.

Pineapple BBQ Tofu

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Indulge in the delightful combination of sweet, crunchy, and tangy flavors with these delectable tofu bowls. Packed with an array of scrumptious ingredients, including caramelized pineapple rings, grilled zucchini, red onion, and bell peppers, this dish is a true delight. While traditional recipes often call for cooked quinoa, feel free to simplify the process by serving your tofu on a whole wheat tortilla, just like I do in this recipe. Here’s the nutritional breakdown per serving: Calories – 301, Fat – 7g, Protein – 12g, Carbohydrates – 47g, Fiber – 6g, Sugar – 21g.

Crispy Sesame Tofu with Zucchini Noodles

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This 30-minute meal prep dish is not only a culinary delight, but also an efficient use of your time. When life gets busy and weekend meal prepping isn’t feasible, this recipe comes to the rescue. To create zucchini noodles, you’ll need a trusty vegetable spiralizer – we recommend this affordable yet sturdy option for a low-budget solution.

Nutritional Information (per serving):
Calories: 486 | Fats: 35.1g | Protein: 25.5g | Carbs: 23.2g | Fiber: 5.7g | Sugar: 11g

Vegan Sweet Potato and Black Bean Bowl

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In just a short five-minute prep time, this recipe lets you effortlessly cook up a flavorful and spicy dish with the help of your oven and stove. The sweet potatoes are infused with an array of seasonings including onion powder, garlic powder, cumin, and paprika, resulting in a rich and complex flavor profile.

Nutrition Information (per serving):
Calories: 235
Fat: 13.4g
Protein: 7g
Carbohydrates: 24.6g
Sugar: 2.9g


Sweet Potato Fajitas

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Transforming a classic snack with a bold Mexican flair, this recipe infuses sweet potato fries with the rich flavors of chipotle powder. Blended with other spices such as cayenne, garlic powder, black pepper, and sea salt, these seasonings take the sweet potato fries to new heights.

Nutritional Information (per serving):
Calories: 376
Fat: 12g
Protein: 6g
Carbohydrates: 60g
Fiber: 9g

Meal-Prep Vegetarian Quinoa Burrito Bowls

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Quinoa is a game-changer for anyone looking to boost their nutrition. As a complete protein, it offers a unique combination of benefits that can’t be replicated by other grains. One cup of cooked quinoa, for example, provides an impressive 58% of your daily manganese needs, along with significant amounts of phosphorus and magnesium. But what does that mean in practical terms? Per serving, quinoa delivers 445 calories, 20g of fat, 14g of protein, 57g of carbohydrates, a whopping 18g of fiber, and only 4g of sugar.

Sweet Potato Buddha Bowls with Almond Butter Dressing

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For a memorable dinner, combine the savory flavors of sesame- oil roasted broccoli and sweet potatoes with the tropical sweetness of mango coconut rice and brown rice. The crowning glory is a dressing that balances tanginess from orange juice, richness from almond butter, and subtle hints of apple cider vinegar and sesame oil. This delightful combination makes for a well-rounded meal.

To craft this masterpiece, simply whisk together equal parts of orange juice, almond butter, apple cider vinegar, sesame oil, and low-carb maple syrup. For the almond butter, opt for a high-quality brand that eschews added sugar or salt.

Nutritional Breakdown Per Serving:
Calories: 450
Fats: 18.5g
Protein: 12.1g
Carbs: 45.7g
Fiber: 14g
Sugar: 13.8g

Roasted Vegetable Meal Prep

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As a lover of chickpeas, I’m thrilled to share that these versatile legumes offer an impressive nutritional profile. One cup of cooked chickpeas provides a remarkable 42% of the daily recommended intake of fiber. This is just one reason why I adore incorporating them into my meals. But let’s not forget the star of the show – the roasted veggies, perfectly paired with the tangy, sweet, and aromatic dressing that brings everything together. The harmonious blend of flavors elevates the dish to new heights.

Nutritional Breakdown (per serving):
Calories: 495
Fats: 16g
Protein: 19g
Carbs: 72g
Fiber: 14g
Sugar: 13g

Cajun Sweet Potato Rice Bowl

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Cajun cuisine has a special place in my heart, and this dish is a perfect blend of spicy and savory flavors. The combination of cauliflower rice with Mexican black beans is a match made in heaven. For those who, like me, can’t get enough of that Cajun zest, this recipe is a must-try.To make the spicy cauliflower rice, simply pulse some cauliflower in your food processor or use store-bought cauliflower rice to save time. Then, combine it with the flavorful Mexican black beans for a dish that’s both nutritious and delicious.Nutrition Information (per serving):* Calories: 340* Fats: 7g* Protein: 9g* Carbs: 59g* Fiber: 7g* Sugar: 3gRecipe:

Restaurant Style Chickpea Tikka Masala

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Indulge in a healthier take on the classic tikka masala, courtesy of chickpeas. The creamy sauce and perfectly toasted legumes make this dish a delightful addition to any meal, regardless of the season. Whether you’re craving a comforting autumn evening or a quick weeknight dinner, this recipe is sure to satisfy. And if you’re as big a fan of chickpeas as I am, be sure to check out this game-changing chickpea salad! Per serving, you can expect: Calories – 268, Fats – 13.1g, Protein – 10.3g, Carbs – 29.7g, Fiber – 8.2g, Sugar – 5g.

Spicy Chickpea and Quinoa Bowls

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If you’re craving a flavorful and spicy chickpea dish, I’ve got just the thing for you! The combination of chickpeas and jalapeno peppers is a match made in heaven, adding a nice kick to the traditional recipe. If you’re looking for more vegetarian meal ideas featuring chickpeas, be sure to check out this meal prep bowl option as well. Here’s the nutrition information per serving: Calories – 342, Fats – 5.8g, Protein – 12.4g, Carbs – 62g, Fiber – 10.2g, Sugar – 2.2g. Now, let’s get to the recipe!

Easy Vegan Red Lentil Dal

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This red lentil dal not only boasts impressive nutritional credentials, but it’s also incredibly quick to prepare and bursting with flavor. In fact, a single cup of cooked red lentils provides an astonishing 63% of the daily recommended intake of fiber.

To bring this nutritious dish to life, simply let your lentils simmer for 10 minutes in a mixture of water and coconut milk. Be sure to stock up on high-quality organic coconut milk for the best results.

Per serving, you can expect:
Calories: 358
Fats: 16g
Protein: 17g
Carbs: 39g
Fiber: 18g
Sugar: 1g

Slow Cooker Tikka Masala

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If you’re seeking a creative spin on traditional chickpea tikka masala, this recipe is a must-try. What sets it apart is the minimal prep time required – just 15 minutes – after which your slow cooker takes over, doing all the hard work for you. If you don’t already have one, consider investing in a budget-friendly slow cooker that won’t break the bank.

Nutritional Information (per serving):
Calories: 110
Fat: 3g
Protein: 9g
Carbohydrates: 12g
Fiber: 3g
Sugar: 7g

Coconut Crusted Tofu with Sweet Chili Sauce

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Indulge in the delightful fusion of flavors and textures with this scrumptious tofu dish, which may just convert even the most ardent non-believers into devoted fans! The seasonings infuse the tofu with a delectable crispness, sweetness, tanginess, and overall mouthwatering deliciousness that’s far removed from bland, uninspiring tofu. Meanwhile, the sweet chili sauce adds an impressive trifecta of creamy, sweet, and savory notes to the mix. To create this culinary masterpiece, simply blend together chili garlic sauce, lime juice, pineapple juice, and organic coconut cream according to the following proportions.Nutritional Information per serving:Calories: 422Fats: 17.4gProtein: 10.2gCarbs: 59.9gSugar: 42.2g

Tofu Burrito Bowl Meal Prep

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To give our vegan burrito a boost of flavor and texture, we’re substituting traditional beef with crumbled tofu. The game-changer here is that instead of just cooking the tofu in oil, we’re adding a trifecta of spices – paprika, chipotle powder, and chili powder – to create a depth of flavor that’s simply irresistible. And the best part? This recipe requires only 15 minutes of active prep time, making it a perfect option for a quick weeknight dinner or lunch on-the-go. Here’s a breakdown of the nutritional highlights: per serving you can expect approximately 210 calories, with 18.6g of fat, 10g of protein, 40g of carbohydrates, and a respectable 12.1g of fiber. Sugar content is negligible at just 0.1g.

Moroccan Chickpea Skillet

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Indulge in the bold flavors of Morocco with this 15-minute prep time recipe, a harmonious blend of chickpeas, bell peppers, sweet potatoes, and diced tomatoes. The star of the show is the Homemade Moroccan Spice blend, which adds depth and warmth to the dish. With a nutritional profile that boasts 275 calories, 3g of fat, 12g of protein, 52g of carbs, 12g of fiber, and 13g of sugar per serving, this recipe offers a satisfying meal option.

Radish & Tangerine Detox Salad

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This salad is a game-changer, combining unexpected ingredients to create a truly satisfying meal. Radishes add a refreshing crunch, while sweet tangerines provide a burst of citrus flavor. Crisp lettuce and warm sweet potatoes bring texture and warmth, and the cooked quinoa adds a boost of protein. The result is a harmonious balance of sweet, savory, crunchy, and warm flavors that will leave you feeling full and content. With approximately 368 calories, 3.1g of fat, 9.8g of protein, 80.2g of carbohydrates, 9.6g of fiber, and 21.9g of sugar per serving, this salad is not only delicious but also a nutritious option for a quick and easy meal.

Roasted Brussels Sprout Polenta Bowls

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Indulge in this vibrant and flavorful polenta bowl, where creamy texture meets spicy kick. This nutritious dish is a cinch to prepare, taking only 30 minutes from start to finish. The real showstoppers are the caramelized onions, tender kale, and oven-roasted Brussels sprouts that elevate each bite. Even the most skeptical of Brussels sprout enthusiasts may find themselves won over by their sweet, caramelized flavor. Nutritionally speaking, this recipe yields impressive stats: 382 calories per serving, with a balance of 24g fats, 7g protein, 34g carbs, and a respectable 6g fiber and 4g sugar.

Vegan Sushi Bowl Meal Prep

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Indulge in the simplicity and flavors of deconstructed sushi with this easy-to-prepare dish. By breaking down the traditional sushi roll, you can enjoy the essence of sushi without the need for intricate preparation. To bring this recipe to life, gather a few essential ingredients: edamame, thinly sliced radishes, carrots, and English cucumbers. With these components, you’ll be able to create a dish that’s not only visually appealing but also packed with nutrients.

Per serving, this deconstructed sushi dish boasts an impressive nutritional profile:
Calories: 330
Fats: 13g
Protein: 11g
Carbs: 40g
Fiber: 5g
Sugar: 3g

Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Chickpea Chili

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Ditch the usual red kidney bean chili and treat yourself to a game-changing recipe that’s packed with natural sweetness and a satisfying kick. We’re swapping traditional ingredients for sweet potatoes and carrots, which bring a welcome depth of flavor without adding any refined sugars. Meanwhile, the addition of adobo sauce gives this chili a bold, spicy zing. Here are the details:Per Serving:Calories: 215Fats: 4gProtein: 9gCarbs: 37gFiber: 9gSugar: 11gRecipe: [insert recipe]

Spring Roll Bowls

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Indulge in the delightful fusion of flavors and textures with these Spring Roll Bowls, a budget-friendly and scrumptious meal option. The combination of crispy tofu, slurpy udon noodles, crunchy edamame, and vibrant vegetables provides a satisfying bite. However, it’s the peanut sauce that truly elevates this dish, offering a creamy, savory, and tangy experience that perfectly complements the other ingredients. Each serving boasts an impressive nutritional profile: 302 calories, 14g of fat, 14g of protein, 33g of carbohydrates, 6g of fiber, and 8g of sugar.

Quinoa Chickpea Salad

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This Quinoa Chickpea Salad is a true culinary delight. The harmonious blend of quinoa, cherry tomatoes, fresh herbs, and chickpeas creates a flavorful and nutritious dish that’s hard to resist. The dressing strikes the perfect balance between sweet and tangy notes, with a hint of spice, while the black sesame seeds provide a satisfying crunch. For more low-fat meal options like this one, check out our collection here.

Overnight Oats

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These Overnight Oats are the epitome of a convenient and nutritious breakfast solution. Not only do they provide a whopping 16 grams of protein, equivalent to that found in three medium hard-boiled eggs, but they’re also incredibly easy to prepare. To add a touch of sweetness, you can opt for maple syrup, agave, or my personal favorite, coconut sugar, which is available here. Now, let’s dive into the fun part – assembling these Oats. Grab a sturdy airtight container like a mason jar, and get ready to start your day off right.Per Serving:Calories: 528Fats: 19gProtein: 16gCarbs: 78gFiber: 13gSugar: 14g

Plant-Based Spinach Artichoke Frittata

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When the craving for a classic egg dish strikes, but you’re stuck with scrambled tofu as a substitute, it’s time to bring out the big guns – Plant-Based Spinach Artichoke. This game-changing recipe uses Just Egg, a vegan egg alternative that cooks just like its traditional counterpart. As an added bonus, this meal prep option is incredibly low in calories, making it a guilt-free pleasure for those looking to indulge without compromising their dietary goals.

With a nutritional breakdown per serving of 131 calories, 3.1g of fat, 18.8g of protein, 7.5g of carbohydrates, and 2.6g of fiber, this spinach artichoke delight is the perfect solution for those seeking a satisfying, yet light meal option.

Spicy Buffalo Tempeh Burrito Recipe

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In a surprisingly short amount of time, you can create these delicious Burritos. To give them an authentic cheesy flavor, simply use dried chives and nutritional yeast. Both ingredients can be sourced easily online or in local health food stores. Once you’ve got your filling ingredients ready, bake the mixture for 10 minutes before allowing it to cool completely. Next, assemble the Burritos by adding a generous serving of Tempeh, along with vegan refried beans, sliced avocados, diced tomatoes, crisp lettuce leaves, and any other desired toppings. With this recipe, each serving will provide you with approximately 316 calories, consisting of 13.1g of fats, 17.3g of protein, 37.5g of carbohydrates, 9.6g of dietary fiber, and a moderate amount of sugar at 3.3g per serving.

Quinoa Veggie Wrap

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Transforming leftover quinoa into a delectable Quinoa Veggie Wrap is an excellent way to repurpose the grain. This recipe packs a punch of flavor and color, featuring quinoa as its base and a medley of fresh veggies. The dressing adds a tangy, savory, and sweet dimension that will leave you craving more. To ensure this wrap remains gluten-free, we’ll be utilizing gluten-free tortillas. For your convenience, I recommend using the ones from [specific brand]. Nutritionally, each serving boasts an impressive profile: 411 calories, 24g of fats, 8g of protein, 43g of carbohydrates, and a respectable 5g of fiber. Sugar content clocks in at 11g per serving.

Vegan Zucchini Corn Fritters

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Indulge in the crispy delight of Vegan Zucchini Corn Fritters, a clever way to incorporate more vegetables into your diet. These bite-sized treats are not only scrumptious but also packed with nutrients.To ensure the perfect crispiness, it’s essential to squeeze out excess moisture from the grated zucchini. A clean dish towel or food-grade cheesecloth can be used to achieve this. Simply wrap the grated zucchini in the cloth and give it a good squeeze.Nutritional Information (per serving):Calories: 205Fats: 6gProtein: 6gCarbs: 35gFiber: 3gSugar: 3gRecipe

Jackfruit Chilli

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Satisfy your cravings for beef chili with this bold and flavorful jackfruit alternative. This chunky, spicy recipe is packed with a blend of warm spices like smoked paprika, cinnamon, chili powder, cumin, and fresh coriander, ensuring a rich and satisfying taste experience.

While this chili has a moderate level of heat, you can easily adjust the spice level to your liking by adding fresh jalapenos or a dash of Frank’s Red hot sauce. For those who prefer a milder flavor, the base recipe provides a great starting point.

Nutritional Information (per serving):
Calories: 285
Fat: 3g
Protein: 10g
Carbohydrates: 63g
Fiber: 13g
Sugar: 35g

Vegan Pastelon

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In the heart of Puerto Rican cuisine, there’s a dish that brings people together – Pastelon. Traditionally, it’s made with layers of crispy fried plantains and a savory filling of meat and vegetables. But in this vegan twist, we’re swapping out the animal products for something even more delicious.

Our Vegan Pastelon is a game-changer, featuring mashed sweet plantains as its base layer, followed by a hearty mixture of lentils, crushed walnuts, green olives, tomato sauce, and a blend of seasonings. It’s a flavorful fusion that will leave you wanting more.

Per serving, this vegan masterpiece boasts:
Calories: 448
Fats: 16g
Protein: 12g
Carbs: 70g
Fiber: 15g
Sugar: 24g

Zucchini, Chickpea, Potato Curry

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This Zucchini, Chickpea, and Potato Curry is a delightful fusion of flavors. The combination of potatoes and zucchini brings not only freshness but also an impressive nutritional boost. As for the spices, you’ll be using a total of six, all of which are likely already stocked in your pantry. Pair this dish with rice, noodles, or my personal favorite – naan bread – for a satisfying meal. In terms of nutrition, each serving boasts an impressive profile: 513 calories, 20.6g of fat, 19.2g of protein, 69.6g of carbohydrates, and 17.9g of fiber, with a moderate amount of sugar at 15.9g.

White Bean Quinoa Chili

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This mouthwatering White Bean Quinoa Chili is a game-changer, and it’s all thanks to the foundation of flavor provided by its mirepoix. Essentially, a mirepoix is a medley of sautéed vegetables that adds natural sweetness and depth to your chili. This budget-friendly meal prep recipe is sure to leave you craving more.

Per Serving:
Calories: 349
Fats: 14.3g
Protein: 16.4g
Carbs: 40.7g
Fiber: 10.6g
Sugar: 4g

Israeli Salad

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This vibrant and refreshing salad boasts an unconventional absence of lettuce, instead featuring a colorful medley of finely chopped Roma tomatoes, cucumber, red peppers, red onions, and parsley. The harmony of flavors is achieved through a straightforward dressing consisting of lemon juice, olive oil, and salt, which surprisingly yields a delightfully rich taste experience.

Nutritional Information per Serving:
Calories: 74
Fats: 7g
Protein: 0g
Carbohydrates: 2g
Dietary Fiber: [ unknown ]
Sugar: 1g

Black Bean Burrito Bowls

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Having tacos on Tuesdays can be delightful, but it’s equally wonderful to mix things up with a new twist. That’s where these Black Bean Burrito Bowls come in – perfect for school meal prep or a quick and easy dinner. The combination of creamy avocado, tangy lime juice, pungent garlic, and fresh cilantro creates a flavor profile that’s both familiar and exciting. To take it to the next level, be sure to choose full-fat coconut milk over its lighter counterpart. This rich and indulgent addition adds depth and warmth to the dish.Nutritional Breakdown (per serving):Calories: 420Fats: 16gProtein: 14gCarbs: 61gFiber: 17gSugar: 4gTo recreate this deliciousness, simply gather the following ingredients and follow your taste buds.

Healthy Baked Falafel

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Lebanese cuisine is renowned for its rich tapestry of vegan options, skillfully woven together with an array of aromatic herbs and spices that tantalize the taste buds. This delectable Healthy Baked Falafel recipe is a perfect exemplification of this culinary tradition. Made with creamy chickpeas, fresh herbs, and a medley of aromatic spices such as coriander and cumin, it’s a flavor explosion waiting to happen. Per serving, you can indulge in this delightful treat without compromising on nutritional value.

Per Serving:

Calories: 38.1
Fats: 1.4g
Protein: 1.4g
Carbs: 5.4g
Fiber: 1.4g
Sugar: 0.3g

Vegan Picadillo

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In this recipe, a medley of ingredients including lentils, Tempeh, potatoes, red Bell peppers, capers, Spanish olives, and raisins are combined in a rich tomato sauce infused with the warmth of cumin and cinnamon. To bring everything together, simply cook the mixture in your Instant Pot for 12 minutes, or use an alternative pressure cooker if you prefer. If you’re new to the world of Instant Pots, now’s a great time to invest – I’ve included a link below to a reasonably priced option.

Nutrition Information (per serving):
Calories: 359;
Fats: 13g;
Protein: 17g;
Carbs: 53g;
Fiber: 7g;
Sugar: 19g

Spicy Peanut Tofu Buddha Bowls

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The dish is a masterclass in textures, with crispy tofu perfectly browned and satisfyingly crunchy peanuts. The star of the show, however, is the caramelized roasted broccoli and carrots, which add a depth of flavor and a pop of color to each bite. To get the most out of your tofu, it’s crucial to remove as much moisture as possible. A tofu press is the easiest way to achieve this, making the process mess-free and efficient. With these simple steps, you can create a recipe that’s not only delicious but also packed with nutrients. According to the nutrition information, each serving contains 514 calories, 26g of fat, 21g of protein, 58g of carbohydrates, 13g of fiber, and 11g of sugar.

Vegan Enchilada Casserole

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This vegan enchilada casserole is a must-include in any list of delicious plant-based dishes. The ooey-gooey cheesy goodness that it offers is undeniable, making it a crowd-pleaser. But what really sets this recipe apart is the depth of flavor it provides from its combination of black beans, green chilies, red bell peppers, veggie crumbles, and corn. With a nutrient profile that boasts 410 calories per serving, 14g of fat, 15g of protein, 58g of carbohydrates, 12g of fiber, and only 4g of sugar, this casserole is not only tasty but also a great choice for those looking to make a healthier lifestyle adjustment.

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