Save time, money and start eating healthier by meal planning.
Let me do the work for you with these comprehensive 4-Week Vegan Meal Plans!
Meal planning is not new, but if you're just getting started it can be overwhelming.
I'll show you how to make better choices by prepping ahead of time, stressing less over what to make during the week and enjoying delicious vegan home-cooked meals every day.
These meal plans include Breakfast, Snack and Dinner recipes, shopping lists, nutritional information and making ahead instructions.
“The hardest time of dinnertime is deciding what to make.”
Yes, we've all been there. It's 5 pm and you hear a dreaded “What's for dinner?” question.
You do a quick Google search and find a delicious looking Mushroom Tacos recipe. Wait, you don't have mushrooms.
That Hearty Bean Stew is delicious…but you're out of beans too.
You don't really have time to go to a store. So you end up reaching for a takeout menu or making frozen pizza and this same cycle continues over and over again.
I'm here to tell you - There's a better way!
Meal planning is a proven method for saving time and money yet improving your food choices.
How it works?
Your one-time fee of $29.95 covers all 4 weeks of clean and delicious vegan meal plans.
Upon your purchase, you'll receive a link to download the meal plans. You can either store them on your tablet/phone or print.
Unlike most meal plans that focus only on dinner recipes, these Vegan Meal Plans offer so much more. They include:
- a detailed 4-week menus for breakfast, dinner and snacks
- grocery lists divided by categories
- instructions on how to prep your meals ahead of time
- breakdown of macronutrients
- tested and photographed recipes
Frequently Asked Questions
The grocery lists and recipes are written for 2 people, so 2 portions. Scale up if you need to. Most dinner recipes however are 4 portions and that includes leftovers for your next day lunches.
All recipes are Vegan and most of them are Gluten-free.
No. However, there's one recipe that has Tempeh which is made from fermented soybeans. If you prefer to avoid soy products altogether, you can substitute Tempeh with some other plant-based protein like beans or lentils.
There are few recipes that contain a small amount of unrefined coconut sugar and Maple syrup.
Most recipes are prepared using grocery staples. You'll notice a few ingredients like Miso paste or Thai curry paste. They can easily be found in most grocery stores or online.
Nope. Everything is prepared on the stovetop.
On average, most meals take about 30-40 minutes to prepare. And if you follow my prep ahead of time instructions, you'll be able to cut this time by half.
If for any reason, you're not satisfied with the meal plans, you have up to 7 days from the date of purchase to request a refund.
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