Instant Pot Plant-Based Meal Plan

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This weeks Instant Pot Plant-Based Meal Plan will only include our dinner plan. We just returned from a long weekend away so I don’t have anything prepped and just started working on my grocery list.

Instant Pot Plant-Based Meal Plan

We have plenty of oatmeal already and I’ve added cereal to my list. We will be keeping things super simple this week because we put our house on the market and want to keep things tidy. I won’t be cooking many elaborate meals but will use my Instant Pot to cook meals we can enjoy for lunch and dinner a couple of times.

Instant Pot Plant-Based Meal Plan

Monday: Soup and Salad feature Broccoli Potato Soup. I’ve recently received several messages about this soup and people are loving it. Some people are even sharing with co-workers because they smell it and want to try it! If you don’t have an Instant Pot don’t worry, I have a stove top version too!

Tuesday: Busy Night Pasta with a side salad. This is an easy meal to dump in the Instant Pot. We have pasta often because it’s so easy but I normally cook it on the stove. This one will mean I don’t have to clean up when my pot boils over, because it always does, while I’m working on the salad.

Wednesday: Refried Beans for easy Bean Burritos! My kiddos may opt for tortilla chips instead of a tortilla but that’s ok with me. They both love beans. One prefers them whole so I may scoop out a cup for him before I mash and season these. I’ll make a big batch so we can enjoy them in meals tomorrow too!

Thursday: Lentil Tacos with leftover refried beans. Instead of tacos we may actually have Taco Salad using the lentils. I LOVE taco salad, especially when I have the taco filling and refried beans. I add tomatoes and peppers when I have them but salsa is a must!

Friday: Instant Pot Minestrone Soup is one of my favorite soups! It’s a little more work than some of my other soups because of the variety of veggies that need to be chopped but you could save time by purchasing frozen veggies. I like the chopping, it’s cathartic. This Instant Pot version is just as good as the stove top version.

Of course with our house for sale and people coming to take a look, we could have to run out so who knows what our week will actually look like! Hopefully we get plenty of viewings and offers, while still enjoying healthy meals at home.

If you get my weekly plant-based tips email you may notice that it was a day late. Don’t forget to open it and checkout photos from our weekend.

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  1. Your meal plans are so practical and I love that a lot of them are one-pot meals, which always makes things easier for families. Thanks!

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