One Week Vegan Meal Plan


Vegan and Gluten Free Meal Plan

Have you recently gone Vegan or are you interested in trying it out for a week? If so, you’re in the right place!

Imagine the comfort of knowing that all your meals are planned for the week. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and even desserts. This Vegan + Gluten-Free Diet Meal Plan takes out all the guesswork offering mouth-watering recipes and detailed grocery lists. Plus, it all free of gluten, dairy, soy, corn and refined sugar!! It sounds too good to be true…but it’s not

Top benefits of meal planning:

There’s nothing more frustrating than standing in your kitchen wondering what the heck you should eat. Opening your cabinets and your fridge, hoping that something will jump out at you and say “make me!”. Now add a vegan diet to the mix and it’s enough to send you ordering take-out. There are some big benefits to meal planning and the following 3 are the top ones in my book:

1. Saves you time and stress

Having your meals planned out for you not only save you time in general, but it saves you from the stress of wondering what the heck to make. When your meal is already planned out for you, it saves you the time you’d otherwise be spent thinking about what to cook. Instead, you can simply start cooking (stress-free may I add) and get on to other things you enjoy in life.

It’s much more efficient, less stressful and actually makes cooking more enjoyable. Yay!

2. Meal planning provides more balance and variety. 

Balance and variety are 2 main components to healthy eating and a meal plan helps with both of them. When there is no clear plan mapped out for you, it’s easier to go to default meals or just eat more of what you had for lunch or simply graze. But when meals are planned out ahead of time, there’s a bigger picture in mind that can account for more balance and variety.

3. Less wasted food; more money saved!

With a clear plan in mind and a detailed grocery list for only the ingredients you’ll need, you’ll avoid produce spoiling in the fridge before you get to it, or buying unnecessary items.

One Week Vegan Meal Plan


  • 13 recipes including beverages, breakfast dishes, entrées, soups, salads and desserts! Imagine feeling excited to eat your next meal.
  • Vibrant, color photos for all 13 recipes. Have you ever noticed how when a recipe doesn’t have a photo with it, you really don’t want to make it? Yeah…I’ve noticed that too. In this meal plan each recipe has a photo that will make you salivate and give you an idea of what the finished product should look like.
  • All recipes are Vegan, Gluten-Free, Corn-Free, Soy-Free + Refined Sugar-Free.
  • Detailed grocery lists that specify exactly what ingredients to buy, how much. This makes all the difference. Pro tip: before you shop quickly go through the list and mark what you already have in your pantry. That way you’re only buying exactly what you need. No Waste, no leftover!! Yay!
  • A menu plan for the entire week that maps out all the meals for you, each and every day. Meal planning helps reduce stress by taking out the guess work around what you’re going to eat. It also helps keep you on track and less likely to stray.
  • This menu plan downloads as a PDF for you to print out or store on your computer or other devices. Keep a copy on your cell phone so you always have it on hand and easily pull up the grocery list while in the grocery store.


-Each meal is used twice throughout meal plan

-The portion sizes for each recipe will yield all the servings you will need for the entire week.  This cuts the cooking and preparation time in half!  Example: Make the Red Quinoa Taco Salad recipe for Tuesday’s lunch and you will have enough servings to enjoy it again for Thursday’s lunch.  

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