vegetarian meal plan – march 16

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vegetarian meal plan - march 16 | aneelee.wordpress.com

In spite of all my efforts to ground the family with home cooking, last week felt a little discombobulated. Traffic, lack of access to our regular spots and the general play-it-by-ear modus operandus… let’s just say that disruption was inevitable.

So… this week is a bit of a reset. We need some solid downtime to re-energize for the busy few months that we have ahead. The stretch to Summer is a long one and we will need to be better-oriented and patterned to make it there. On more of a food note, our bodies are ready for a break from all the citrus. Gonna exercise my preserving muscles this week to put some away for later (marmalade, juice) and hoping that inserting lots of salads into the week will help us make our way through our sizable stash of greens. There is kale everywhere!

vegetarian meal plan - march 16 | aneelee.wordpress.com

Monday
Breakfast – Blueberry Smoothies & Applesauce Muffins
Lunch – Cauliflower Quiche* + Veg, Fruit & Granola Bar (+ side salad for adults)
Dinner – Seitan con Papas, Rice & Beans

Tuesday
Breakfast – Yogurt & Granola
Lunch – Tacos for everyone
Dinner – 3-Bean Vegan Chili & Sweet Potato Crisps

Wednesday
Breakfast – Oatmeal & Fruit
Lunch – Frito Pies
Dinner – Roasted Cauliflower Soup with Cumin | Entree-Sized Salads

Thursday
Breakfast – Bean & Sweet Potato Tacos
Lunch – Classic Veggie Sandwiches
Family Dinner Out

Friday
Breakfast – Herb Scrambles
Lunch – Hummus Wraps & Soup
Dinner – Best Ever Beet & Bean Burger | Asian Cabbage Slaw*

Weekend Meals
Chilaquiles Verdes
Brussel Sprout Tostadas (inspired by these nachos)
Carrot Ginger Roasted Potato Bowls with Collards & Spiced Chickpeas

Other Stuff
Applesauce Muffins
Yellow Mustard
Spicy Honey Mustard**
Citrus Marmalade**
Orange & Grapefruit Juice
Popsicles

 

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* The Heart the Plate
** Food in Jars

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vegetarian. mama. love to cook, read, knit, take pictures and make things. places where food, memory, and culture intersect are my favorite.

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