Easy & Quick Vegan Meal Prep Recipes that you can make for the whole week. They are healthy and delicious, yet you don’t have to be in kitchen for hours, making them. Win win. Forget delivery and make these yummy meals instead!
Vegan Meal Prep Recipes
Walk on past that microwave because here are five ideas for healthy, grab-and-go lunches that don’t require heating. Fruits, veggies, grain and protein, all sorted and looking almost too pretty to eat.
Who knew so much yumminess could fit into a bento-style box? Check out these five lunch ideas that will have you powering through your work day like a champ.
Set aside one meal prep day and make some of these high-protein lunches for the week. If you do, your super satisfied future-self will thank your ultra-organized past-self.
Get ready for those pesky non-dieting coworkers to drool over your spectacular lunches. Don’t tell them that each one is less than 500 calories of healthy, flavor-packed goodness.
Say hello to some serious flavor! This garlic teriyaki tofu comes together in minutes and will blow your vegan mind. The secret to this quick and easy recipe is store-bought teriyaki glaze.
These wholesome, savory bowls are packed with flavor and protein. You’ll get veggies, grains, and protein all in one container, and they make simple and delicious lunches.
Want to fool your friends into thinking that you spent all day cooking? Invite them over for a sample of this luscious green bean curry. Simply to die for!
These bowls come with a mix of tasty greens (the good kind!). Salty and a little bit sweet with just a hint of spice from the ginger, they’re a perfect Asian-inspired plant-based meal.
Here’s a pasta salad recipe you’ll go back to again and again. Served either warm or cold, as a side dish or for a light lunch, it has the herby basil flavor you’ll crave.
A rich and smokey mouth-watering dish to get you fueled up with plenty of protein, grains, and fiber.
It’s a wrap, folks! When you’re fed up with salads but still want to eat guilt-free, this hummus and baby spinach wrap will provide the energy to tackle that busy day.
12. Falafel Bowls
No deep frying is necessary for these yummy, oven-baked falafel. Herby and hearty, they make the ideal centerpiece of a veggie bowl or Mediterranean platter.
Listen when I tell you that this recipe is a boon for carb-avoiders everywhere. Indulge in those Chinese takeout flavors you love and suffer none of the regret.
Another option for the Mediterranean route includes flavors from tangy artichoke hearts balanced with the slight sweetness of sweet potatoes. The whole meal will be light, refreshing, and crisp.
You’d think the star of this bowl would be the Israeli couscous or the cremini mushrooms but you’d be wrong. Everything is brought together by that show-stopping cashew pesto.
You don’t have to give up salty and crispy bacon with this flavorful tofu wrapped up with crunchy lettuce, fresh tomatoes, and a soft tortilla. A classic lunch just got so much healthier!
Made with pantry ingredients, this white bean one pot wonder comes together in no time. Don’t bother telling your guests it’s gluten and oil-free — they’ll be too busy eating to care!
Everyone will love this delicious Asian-inspired and gluten-free dish with its crisp tofu and a delicious, creamy peanut sauce.
A medley of sweet, salty, and savory all in one. This bowl is packed with vitamins, protein, fiber, and flavor.
Wrap ‘em up, they’ll take ‘em — you can make these curry chickpea salad bad boys in under 10 minutes and spend the rest of the day basking in everyone’s appreciation.
A tasty Mexican-inspired meal with tons of bean protein and a little extra kick!
You’re not going to do much better than black beans, fajita veggies, pico de gallo and cilantro rice, all in a bowl bursting with south-of-the-border flavor.
This Vietnamese soup is perfect for vegetarians. It’s packed with delicious veggies and noodles soaking in a salty broth. Bonus: This soup is good warm or cold.
24. Salsa Chickpeas
Here’s a meal prep win — 4-ingredient salsa chickpeas layered on top of rice with freshly sliced jalapeños, avocado and cilantro. You’ll wonder why everyone isn’t vegan.
Dark leafy greens, rich flavor and plenty of protein make this bowl delicious and nutritious.
Healthy, clean ingredients and plenty of flavor make this a great meal for people looking to be extra adventurous with their food. Plus, Chickpeas are a delicious source of healthy fat and protein.
The combination of sweet and spicy makes for a uniquely delicious and wholesome choice.
What can’t the humble chickpea do? Toss them with a little spicy-spicy and serve alongside some garlicky spinach and brown rice. Whoa. Once again, the chickpea is a mealtime hero.
Couscous is a naturally delicious and flavorful grain, and it combines perfectly with crunchy veggies and fresh, tangy dressing.
At the end of a long day, there’s nothing better than opening the refrigerator and finding lemony artichoke quinoa salad all ready to eat. A perfect melding of flavors and textures.
Another slightly spicy and very filling Asian-inspired meal. The light sauce and fresh veggies make it perfect for a hot day.
Salty and flavorful, the vegetables and sesame seeds add a nice crunch mixed in with soft rice and tofu.
These Asian-inspired peanut butter noodles are so satisfying and yet so easy — you can whip them up in only 15 minutes. Want more spice? Douse on the chili sauce for an extra kick.
You’ll get a boost from the whole grains in this meal. The beans, sweet potatoes and avocado make for a great creamy combination that’s full of protein.
This whole bowl is filled with delicious, Mexican-influenced flavors and foods. Plus, the rich taste of the mushroom works great as a replacement for meat.
Light, tasty and packed with protein, this colorful Thai quinoa salad looks almost as good as it tastes. Add a squeeze of lime right before serving for that extra tangy zing.
A little spice is nice, but this cauliflower shawarma grain bowl pushes its ingredients to the yummiest of limits. It’s naturally gluten and dairy-free too.
These flavors are reminiscent of Thai or Indian food. The combination of rice and flavorful tofu is delicious, filling, and easy to make.
Who doesn’t love a tasty mix of savory veggies seasoned to perfection. This mix goes great with any kind of noodle or rice, making this a versatile and easy meal.
A unique combination of flavors from the potatoes, tofu, and pickles, this ridiculously easy but tasty meal will fill you up without emptying your wallet.
This meal is basic, but the tomatoes and seasoning give it the perfect zest.
This offers another spin on that classic Teriyaki taste. The salty soy sauce flavor pairs well with sweet pineapple while the rice and chickpeas offer the perfect balance.
The delicious flavors influenced by Mexico and our southern states offer tons of plant fiber and a hint of sweetness from the corn.
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