Vegan Meal Planning: A Day's Worth Of Recipes (Day 2)

Do you ever have trouble planning out meals and pairing foods? I know I do! In an effort to make that planning a little easier, I put together some of my recipes into a full day eating plan for vegan meals! Whether you’re cooking for one, two or maybe a few more, these meal ideas will help you prepare a winning combination every time.


Breakfast: Vegan Whole Wheat Biscuits with Easy Mushroom Gravy

Biscuits and gravy are a staple for weekend brunch all over the United States. The whole-wheat flour in the biscuits provides fiber and nutrients, while the mushroom gravy is light enough that it won’t weigh you down throughout the day. Whether you are recovering from a late night or simply indulging in a hearty morning feast, you are sure to be satisfied by this mouthwatering—and healthy—combination.


Lunch: Quick Pizza Dough with Pineapple, Tofu & Chili

If you are a fan of pineapple pizza, then you are sure to enjoy this unique set of toppings! Start with my quick and easy pizza dough, roll it out onto a pan, and then spread out the toppings. Pineapple, marinara sauce, crumbled tofu, and red chili flakes come together to make a perfect balance of sweet and spicy. There’s no need for cheese on this pizza, since the tofu provides a nice cooling texture and just enough moisture, without all the extra oil that melted cheese would provide.


Dinner: Vegan Stuffed Peppers with Savory Pumpkin Soup

These cheesy stuffed peppers and velvety smooth pumpkin soup come together to create a stunning meal that is packed full of great veggies! The two dishes are virtually opposite in both taste and texture, with the pepper being more light and earthy, while the soup is thick and slightly sweet. The savory flavor palates of each dish come together nicely when they are paired on the same plate!