Two of my good friends are long-time vegetarians. They both moved to Colorado, but when they lived near me, we would get together once a week to make dinner, have a glass (or two) of wine and enjoy great company. I got used to cooking meatless options when they came over, and even though I wasn’t a vegetarian, I discovered I didn’t miss the meat. There was a period of time, before I got pregnant with my son, that I went completely vegetarian. It was around 3 months, and I found it to be so easy! I actually felt better, lost around 10 pounds, spent less money on food, and felt I was making a positive environmental impact.
I am not following a vegetarian diet now, but have been wanting to incorporate more meatless meals into my diet, so I put together a vegetarian weekly meal plan. It consists of 6 meals for dinner, in a printable format (or you can save paper and pull it up on your phone/tablet/laptop and save some paper, ink and money!). Each of these meals feeds 3 – 4 people, unless you have some teenagers or hungry grown-ups that have second helpings, in which case, they’ll feed around 2 – 3.
I tried to keep the ingredients on the healthy side, and as close to “clean eating” as possible. I also tried to keep the recipes fairly easy-to-follow. You can grab the free printable vegetarian weekly meal plan in PDF here. I hope you enjoy them!
Vegetarian Weekly Meal Plan
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