Weekly Meal Plan: Vegan Meals Using Frozen Fruits and Vegetables – One Green Planet

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This is the week to dig through your freezer and see whats hiding out in the back of it! If youve got half used strawberries that didnt make it into a smoothie, some mixed veggies that just arent that great for a stir fry, or some random raspberries youre not sure what to do with, no worries! This meal plan makes the most of what youve got! If you dont have a certain ingredient such as mint or parsley to go over top of a recipe, dont worry! This week isnt about make the most beautiful recipes, but rather, about making the most of whats in your pantry!

We also highly recommend downloading theFood Monster App with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, dont forget to check out our Weekly Meal Plan Archives!

Are you ready to have a week full of delicious vegan food that leaves you nourished and content? Lets get started!

This week, were bringing you ideas on how to make meals using frozen fruits and vegetables for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert that are fully vegan and plant-based!

Source: Green Energy Bowl

Happy Monday! If youve got a hoard of frozen fruits and vegetables in your fridge or freezer, here are some perfect Monday meals to get you through the week! Wether youre working, taking care of family members or kids, or simply watching Netflix, these meals will keep you on your toes!

Source: Spelt Mixed Fruit Scones

Tuesday is a good day to start your day with something sweet! These scones come together beautifully and will help you use up the frozen fruits in your freezer! You can use any extras for the popsicles you can make for dessert!

Source: Hearty Curry With Chickpeas, Beans, and Potatoes

Happy Hump Day! Start your day off with beautiful blueberry pancakes! If you dont have blueberries in your freezer, feel free to add whatever fruit you have on hand! For dinner, enjoy a hearty curry that goes well with rice!

Source: Quinoa Pilaf with Spicy Tempeh and Broccoli

Thursday means theres one more day before the week is over! Celebrate your small victories this week with a warming kale and chickpea soup thats both filling and delicious! If youre wondering how to use those leftover fruits in your fridge, try making a crisp out of them!

Source: Creamy Corn Chowder

Happy Friday! Celebrate the end of the week with these delicious meals! From granola to a delicious strawberry vanilla crumble, youll be able to enjoy your Friday in the best way!

Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help withchronic inflammation,heart health,mental wellbeing,fitness goals,nutritional needs,allergies,gut healthandmore!Dairy consumption also has been linked many health problems, includingacne,hormonal imbalance,cancer,prostate cancerand has manyside effects.

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