Plant Based Meal Prep Menu

Meal Prep Menu: Week 33 (Plant-Based)

 

NOTE: These menus are designed to give you meal ideas, not to tell you how many calories to eat per day.  Please make sure to calculate your macros HERE and then adjust the menu items’ portion sizes as needed. 

This week’s recipes:

Don’t forget to leave a comment on each recipe to let us know how you liked them! We love seeing your photos in the Meal Prep Facebook group too! 

How to customize:

If you have any questions or need ideas for alternate swaps, head over to our Facebook Group to ask or email me at sarah@mealpreponfleek.com! 

 

  • Double Chocolate Donuts
    • The coconut sugar can be swapped for brown sugar. 
    • The milk can be swapped with milk of choice. 
    • Almond butter can be swapped with nut or seed butter of choice. 
    • The toppings are optional. 
  • General Tsao’s Cauliflower Bowls
    • If you’d like, the cauliflower can be swapped with diced chicken. 
  • Roasted Mediterranean Veggies & Gnocchi 
    • To make this vegan, swap the cauliflower gnocchi with a vegan gnocchi or pasta alternative. 
    • You can use any combination of veggies that you’d like. 
    • Any chicken, beef, tofu, etc., can be added to this. 
  • Grilled Halloumi & Watermelon Salad
    • To make this vegan, use vegan cheese that holds up to grilling or dice into cubes. 
    • Watermelon can be swapped for berries, melon, cherries, etc. 

 

How to alter the macros*:

  • Double Chocolate Donuts
    • Serve with eggs, cottage cheese, Greek yogurt, plus fruit to make this a full meal. Alternatively, you can have 2 donuts with a side of yogurt or cottage cheese. This will increase the protein and carbs while keeping the fat moderate. 
  • General Tsao’s Cauliflower Bowls
    • To increase the protein, swap the cauliflower for diced chicken. 
    • To increase the fat, finish off with additional sesame oil and sesame seeds. 
  • Roasted Mediterranean Veggies & Gnocchi 
    • I’d suggest either having 2 servings to make a full meal or adding in chicken, tofu, etc., to increase the protein and calories. 
    • You can also increase the fat by using additional olive oil, adding a pesto sauce, or another sauce of choice. Of course, cheese would also taste great. 
    • To increase the carbs, swap the cauliflower gnocchi for regular gnocchi or pasta. 
  • Grilled Halloumi & Watermelon Salad
    • To decrease the fat, leave off the avocado or olive oil. 

 

*Please note that any changes to ingredients will alter the macros on each recipe. 

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