mushrooms and chickpeas, and a creamy vegan cashew salad dressing. It’s full of goodness and so easy to prepare, making for the perfect light lunch.
Vegan Meal Prep
Meal prep is a complete saviour when you have a busy lifestyle; be it work, studies, kids, or a combination of them all! I like to prep breakfast, lunch and snacks ahead of time, so I don’t need to worry about finding something to eat during the day. Meal prep keeps me healthy and well fueled, and stops me from reaching out for convenience food whilst out and about. I hope these meal prep recipes will help you too!
Roasted butter beans are a delicious and healthy alternative to convenient fried crunchy snacks. With just 3 super simple ingredients, it’s easy to whip up a batch for wholesome snacking all week long.
This chocolate hazelnut oatmeal is a delicious and comforting vegan breakfast. Ready in just 15 minutes, it’s quick and easy to prepare, and can even be made ahead as overnight oats for busy mornings.
These vegan chocolate oatmeal cookies are a rich and chocolatey treat. Based on oats and peanut butter, they’re a naturally sweetened, healthy alternative to sugary store bought cookies. Better yet, they’re super easy to make, gluten free, and are ready in just 15 minutes!
This vegan pilaf is fragrant and packed with goodness from brown rice, sweet potato, chickpeas and walnuts. It has a light and fluffy texture which is deliciously moreish. It’s super easy to make, and is perfect for meal prep.
This pear granola makes the most of autumn’s tasty seasonal fruit. Juicy and sweet pears come together with warm spices, wholesome oats, and crunchy nuts and seeds for a healthy vegan granola, delicious enjoyed with yoghurt and warmed pears.
This Asian inspired tofu buddha bowl is a fantastic source of vegan protein! With satay tofu, fluffy quinoa, chilli garlic chickpeas, and loads of nutritious vegetables, it’s perfect for your vegan lunch prep or a healthy dinner.
This almond chia seed butter packs a nutritional punch and a satisfying crunch from the added chia seeds. It comes together quickly in the blender, with a toasted almond and subtle cinnamon flavours. You’ll never buy almond butter from the store again!
These crispy roasted broad beans make the perfect snack, and a tasty alternative to crisps. A healthier version of habas fritas, this version is baked in the oven to crunchy perfection. They’re so easy to make, and are also great as an appetiser or salad topper.
Chia seed parfait makes for a super easy and healthy breakfast, high in protein, fibre, and healthy fats. Chocolate and raspberry is a flavour match made in heaven, with the perfect balance of sweet, rich and fresh- better yet, you can prepare this delicious dish for an entire week in advance, taking the stress out of weekday breakfasts!