Looking for recipes for Meatless Mondays? Do you ever drive past a field of cows, grazing and innocent as can be? Do you then think of all the drive-thru burgers that you have eaten and get that guilty feeling? I know I do.
Well, maybe we can do something. Have you ever heard of Meatless Mondays? Simply, choose meatless meals every Monday to do your part. You don't have to be a vegetarian, vegan, etc. If you are a regular meat-eater, then this is especially for you.
In this article, I will suggest some recipes for Meatless Mondays for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks, especially for those on a budget! Nothing fancy. Most items are probably already in your pantry.
Table of contents:
- mushroom spinach lasagna
- crockpot cabbage soup
- mushroom fettuccine alfredo
- vegetable soup
- Cereal with milk and yogurt
- A smoothie
- Scrambled egg with toast
- Overnight oats in a jar
Oh, don't forget your coffee!
- Cheese pizza
- Garden salad
- Grilled cheese
- Wrapped tortilla
- Marinara spaghetti
- Soup and sandwich
- Veggie burger
- Baked potato w/ your choice of meatless toppings
Are you stressed out often at dinnertime? Well, the cure for throwing dinner together is as simple as your slow cookert! I chose a few recipes to share with you that sound sooooo delicious...
4 Mushroom Spinach Lasagna
Who doesn't love a good lasagna? Have some garlic bread to go with the lasagna for a filling and scrumptious meal.
5 Crockpot Cabbage Soup
Have you ever heard of women chowing down on cabbage soup when on a diet? This might not be a total diet soup, but this recipe is figure-friendly and healthy.
6 Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo
Do you ever crave something creamy? Get your creamy carb fix here with savory mushrooms for a dinner delight.
7 Vegetable Soup
You don't need to be told to eat your veggies. You know they are good for you. They say that most vegetables are "free" foods, meaning no calories. Fill up on this soup guilt-free and know your body is also thanking you!
- Veggies dipped in ranch dressing
Personally, I have attempted to go vegetarian in the past, but eventually got weak and desperately needed some meat. If you are not like me, all the power to you. One day a week is doable and easy. You might even lose some weight and save some money.
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