Regardless of your diet, meal prepping is the easiest way to get ahead on your breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for the week. For vegans and vegetarians, this means getting things like vegetables and meatless protein ready to fill up plates for days. Here are some great recipes we love to get you started.
It might be worth making two batches of these roasted vegetables just because they're so versatile. Sprinkle them on salad or pile them on toast for lunch, or toss them with pasta or cooked grains for dinner.
Here's another versatile recipe. These beans only get better as they sit in the fridge so they're a perfect meal prep pick. Use them in salads, grain bowls, and more all week.
Make a giant vegetable frittata and not only do you have breakfast set for the week, but you've also got lunch in order since you can slide a square between two slices of bread for a hefty sandwich.
While the sautéed chickpeas will lose their crispness as this salad sits, it's still a colorful and wholesome choice for packed lunches.
This recipe makes a large number of wraps, which is far from a problem because they freeze very well. That means you'll have something to grab for lunch or even dinner for weeks.
This recipe plays well for lunch or dinner but would even be a healthy breakfast or brunch choice. If you're vegetarian, sliding an egg on top of a bowl wouldn't be a bad move.
These chewy energy balls are the perfect thing to have on hand when the mid-afternoon slump hits. Just keep them in the fridge and they'll keep well for weeks.
A batch of baked tofu is a great thing to have on hand for vegans and vegetarians alike. The crispy cubes add bulk and protein to salads, sandwiches, grain bowls, and more.