I’m not sure what you all love more, plant-based meal plans or free stuff but almost 300 of you have downloaded the free Cheapest Plant-Based Meal Plan (Fall Edition). A few of you even paid a little something for it so thanks for that. It’s set up so you can download it for free or pay a donation.
I’ve gotten a lot of emails from people who are so thankful because their budget is really tight right now. I’m going to write some more posts that I think will help with saving money so look for them over the next two months.
I also want to mention that you can enter a giveaway right now for the ebook Whole Food Plant Based on $5 a Day by Emma Roche or Plant Plate. In the book she creates meal plans (for 28 days) and includes shopping lists so you can eat healthy on $5 a day. The book is only $6.95.
I’m almost hesitant to even list a meal plan with such great resources listed above but I’ll relent and post a Dinner meal plan for this week.
Breakfast will be are usual which means cereal, toast, smoothies and of course oatmeal!
Lunches will be packed for the boys with sandwiches or baked potatoes as main dishes. We will also use leftovers for lunches.
Plant-Based Dinner Meal Plan
Hearty Lentil and Barley Stew (substitute rice or quinoa for barley to make it gluten-free)
Lentil Tacos with leftover Cilantro Lime Quinoa
Potato and Broccoli Soup (this post is from my 2nd week blogging many years ago, the pictures are awful but the soup was good. I think I need to repost this with an update…adding it to the list.)
Easy Mexican Casserole will be our standby recipe.
I have a question you can help with.
We are going to a pot luck on Wednesday night. I’m trying to decide what to bring. There will be 8-10 adults and 15 or so kids, all omni. What do you recommend?