Are You Too Busy To Think About Dinner...
But you still want to serve a home cooked meal?
You have no time to think, let alone design a healthy vegan meal plan. You're juggling carpools and PTA meetings and soccer practices, and that's after a full day's work at the office. The last thing on your mind is flipping through a stack of vegan cookbooks to find original recipes that include the fruits and vegetables you have ready in your fridge.
Even if you do have time to come home and cook, it can be confusing trying to figure out what foods go well together for a whole meal and what order to cook everything in so it all makes it to the table warm and perfectly cooked.
Relax and Take Charge of Your Kitchen
Take away all the frustration of trying to plan a balanced vegan meal by following this vegan diet plan. It's an entire month's worth of dinners, with 2-4 vegan recipes every night to put together a meal that's worthy of sharing with guests. Each recipe has nutrition data and most have pictures of the finished meal.
No need to worry about racing out to get ingredients everyday.
You get a weekly vegan grocery list that details exactly what and how much you need to make dinners for the upcoming week. Don't worry about having to find complicated, exotic ingredients; this vegan guide is based on real, whole, plant-based food.
The focus of our spring and summer vegan meals is on the fresh, local, seasonal fruits and vegetables that you see at every farmers' market, like spring peas, greens like kale, chard, and lettuce, strawberries, peaches, blueberries, sweet corn, summer squash, and so much more. The spring and summer share a wealth of amazing natural foods with us, and I love to emphasize those flavors in this meal plan.
Who Needs a Vegan Diet Plan?
We all do. Whether you're brand new to veganism and have no idea what to make or you have a ton of vegan cookbooks like me and have been following the vegan lifestyle for years, you can use a vegan meal planning guide.
Sample Vegan Menus
Vegan potpie, vegetables with lemon mustard sauce, and strawberry shortcake with whipped cashew cream.
Barbecue seitan hot wingz with vegetable sticks with cashew ranch dressing, fresh coleslaw, baked kale chips, and homemade fruit jello.
Curried chickpea sandwiches, strawberry spinach salad, and fruity berry popsicles.
What's In This Vegan Recipe Book?
30 days of vegan meals
Each day has 2-4 recipes, including dessert
A focus on seasonal fruits and vegetables and whole foods
Weekly grocery lists
Nutrition data and serving size information for every recipe
Pictures of most of the recipes
empty master grocery list
Tips and techniques on vegan cooking