It has been a week.

I’ve been drinking pumpkin beers for dessert every night (on top of actual dessert) and I’m not even sorry about it.

Friday especially was just a rough day. At the end of every week I feel like I’ve earned the weekend, but this weekend (and by weekend I mean Sunday, my one day off) I earned it. Maybe that means someone will cook dinner for me instead of the other way around? Doubtful. But a girl can hope.

Tell me all about your fun weekend plans in the comments! I want to live vicariously through them.

Sunday

Roasted Garlic & Kale Spaghetti Squash with Sundried Tomatoes from The Roasted Root

Prep Ahead Tip: The spaghetti sqyash can be roasted up to 4 days in advance, and the garlic can be roasted 1 day ahead of time.

Vegan/Gluten-free Substitutions: Recipe is already vegan and gluten free.

Roasted Garlic & Kale Spaghetti Squash with Sundried Tomatoes from The Roasted Root

 

Monday

Delicata Squash and Tofu Thai Red Curry from Eats Well With Others

Prep Ahead Tip: The squash and tofu can be roasted ahead of time.

Vegan/Gluten-free Substitutions: This recipe is already vegan. Use tamari instead of soy sauce to make it gluten free.

Delicata Squash and Tofu Thai Red Curry from Eats Well With Others

 

Tuesday

Zesty Pumpkin Mac N’ Cheese from She Likes Food

Prep Ahead Tip: The pumpkin cheese sauce can be made up to 3 days in advance.

Vegan/Gluten-free Substitutions: Recipe is already vegan. Use gluten free noodles to make gluten free.

Zesty Pumpkin Mac N' Cheese from She Likes Food

 

Wednesday

Roasted Cauliflower Hummus Quesadillas from Making Thyme for Health

Prep Ahead Tip: Cauliflower can be roasted up to 2 days in advance.

Vegan/Gluten-free Substitutions: Recipe is already vegan. Use gluten-free tortillas to make GF.

Roasted Cauliflower Hummus Quesadillas from Making Thyme for Health



Thursday

Vegan Sweet Potato Black Bean Enchiladas from Hummusapien

Prep Ahead Tip: Enchiladas can prepared up to 2 days in advance and cooked when ready to serve.

Vegan/Gluten-free Substitutions: Recipe is already vegan and gluten-free.

Vegan Sweet Potato Black Bean Enchiladas from Hummusapien

 

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5 Responses to Healthy Vegetarian Meal Plan – 10.21.17

  1. Kate says:

    we’ve got:
    Fall Festival
    Haunted aquarium
    Half marathon
    2 birthday parties

    Your day of doing nothing isn’t such a bad thing!

  2. Stephanie Haly says:

    Hang in there Joanne! You are doing great! Try and find some time for yourself today!

  3. Ciarra says:

    Not being accusatory,just curious. But do you just copy She Likes Food’s weekly meal plans every week (word for word and picture for picture) and post it as your own without any credit to them? This is exactly their post with just the intro changed…

    • joanne says:

      Izzy (the writer of She Likes Food) and I are good friends! We actually collaborate with three other bloggers (Sarah of Making Thyme For Health, Julia of The Roasted Root, and Alyssa of Hummusapien) to put these weekly meal plans together. If you look on our five sites, you’ll notice that the meal plans are identical (with the exception of the intros at the top). Every month we each choose the recipes we want to feature that month and one of us works to put together the meal plans. It would be a ton of work to try to do this on our own, so it’s nice to collaborate with other bloggers whose recipes we love.

      I can totally get how this would be confusing, so hopefully that cleared things up!!

  4. vivian says:

    I don’t know how you do it all. You’re amazing! This weekend we went to something called Forage and Feast, where you go on a walk through the woods with a guide who knows a poisonous mushroom from an edible one, and then you have a lovely lunch afterward (made from some things foraged, and others not. We found mushrooms, wild leeks and wild garlic. So much Fun!

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