5 Vegan Dinners On A Budget.

Following last week’s “What I Eat In A Day” post, I realized that I eat the same for breakfast and lunch every day. The only thing that changes is what I eat for dinner, so I’ve decided to focus on that this week. I tried five different meals this week, and overall, I’m very pleased. Also, this week was the first week I ate 100% vegan, and I must say that it feels great. It’s only onwards and upwards from here!

All these meals were made on a students budget and are easy to make. Let me know if you want detailed recipes for any of these meals, I’m happy to give them out. But to be honest, I make most of these meals up as I go along!

1) Stir-fried beans (green beans and sugar snap peas) with brown rice, basil, and soy sauce.

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2) “Quesadilla’s” filled with tomato paste, sweetcorn, chili, and salsa. Served with 1 oven baked eggplant.

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3) Oven baked potatoes and carrots, served with baked beans and vegetable fingers.

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4) Fajita’s (slightly overfilled) stuffed with bell peppers, sweetcorn, chickpeas, kidney beans, and tomatoes mixed with fajita spice mix.

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5) Oven roasted broccoli and carrots, served with a vegetable patty.

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And that’s it, 100% vegan deliciousness!

Hoije ❤

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