One thing about this Plant-Based Meal Plan that you should know is that it’s not a completely accurate picture of our meals. Sure, I make a plan but we don’t always, scratch that, we never follow it with 100% accuracy. Also, it doesn’t take into account the gazillion snacks my kids eat each day.
I don’t know if you can relate but my kids are always hungry. One kid would happily snack on fruit all day while the other isn’t interested in fruit at all. That reminds me, I bought the juiciest, sweetest, most perfect nectarines this week.
Another thing about this meal plan is that if we have leftovers, we usually eat them for the next day lunch and sometimes dinner. I will skip whatever meal I have planned if we have something else to eat. There is also those nights where we are all too tired to cook and the kids fend for themselves and have oatmeal, sandwiches or cereal.
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Plant-Based Meal Plan
Breakfast: Banana Nut Oatmeal
Lunch: Veggie Sandwich
Dinner: Spaghetti with side salad and Oil-Free Creamy Italian Salad Dressing
Breakfast: Strawberry Chia Pudding
Lunch: Leftover Spaghetti
Breakfast: Cereal or smoothies
Lunch: Burritos using leftover Beans and Rice
Dinner: Chickpea and Quinoa Stir Fry
Breakfast: Instant Pot Oatmeal with Blueberries
Lunch: Salad with leftover stir fry
Dinner: Instant Pot Mexican Casserole
Breakfast: Peanut Butter Banana Overnight Oats
Dinner: One Pot Broccoli and Rice
I’ve been making a lot of Banana Bread the last few months too! If you are looking for an amazing Banana Bread recipe you’ll want to try mine.
Most of my Instant Pot recipes also have stove top versions. I’m still working to convert some of them. If you’ve been thinking of getting an Instant Pot I highly recommend it. Now that it’s heating up in our area, my Instant Pot will be used even more so I can avoid heating up my kitchen.