Vegan Meal Plan Service

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Forget the stress of coming up with meals every single week to feed you and your family. With our vegan meal plan service we do all of the work for you! Every single week you receive:

  • Calendar filled with vegan meals for the week; Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Snack
  • Recipe packet for all of your meals
  • Grocery list that can easily be customized for your family size

All of our meals have taken into consideration time and amount of ingredients required. We want to make life as simple as we can for you! We also are mindful of eliminating as much food waste as possible. Our meals are intended to serve 2 people, but they can be doubled or even tripled to fit your family size. 

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
                 

What all do I receive?

  • Fresh recipe ideas every week
  • 7 day meal plan with breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks every week
  • Fully written out grocery list with quantities for every ingredient every week

What is the price for this service?

Our service cost $10/ month. That totals up to less than $3 per week!

What kind of meals to I receive?

All meals are 100% vegan and are carefully chosen with simplicity and budget in mind.

How do I access my weekly meal plans?

Meal plans are sent out through email every single week.

What happens if I want to cancel my subscription?

You can cancel you subscription at anytime (although we hope you won’t want to)! We use Paypal for our payments and they offer an option to all customers to cancel any reoccurring payments.

Do I have to be full vegan to use this meal plan?

Of course not! This is also great if you’re just looking for new meal ideas or need some help transitioning to a full vegan.

Refund policy:
Refunds are pro-rated for any unused weekly meal plans.

 

You can cancel your subscription at any time with no penalty or fees.  Click below to join.

 

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Easy Vegan Chickpea “Tuna” Salad Recipe

This chickpea mock tuna salad is super easy to whip up for a healthy vegan lunch. You can serve it over lettuce, with bread, crackers, or however you choose! I add a little dulse flakes to give it a “seafood” taste but feel free to season it up however you choose.
*No fish had to die in the making of this sandwich!* :)

Vegan Tuna Sandwich
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Ingredients
  1. 1 Carrot
  2. 1 Celery
  3. 1 can of Chickpeas
  4. 2 tbsp vegan mayo
  5. 1 tbsp lemon juice
  6. Seaweed flakes (optional) - I used Dulse Flakes
Naki Aya http://nakiaya.com/
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Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding (Great Ice cream Alternative!) Vegan


I made this chia seed pudding the other day (featured in my “What I Ate Today” video) and it was delicious! It really reminded me of chocolate ice cream and the dates sweeten it up perfectly. It does require a little bit of preparation (freezing the rice/almond milk in an iceccube tray), but other than that it is super super simple. Give it a try this week for breakfast!

 

Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding
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Ingredients
  1. 1 1/2 cups Almond or Rice Milk
  2. 1/2 cup Chia Seeds
  3. 10-20 Dates (depending on size)
  4. 4-5 tbsp Cacao, Cocoa, or Carob Powder
  5. Pinch of salt
Naki Aya http://nakiaya.com/
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Super Simple Split Pea & Barley Soup


Here’s a great recipe that is soo easy to make. It yields a LOT of soup so it can be served as left overs for dinner for the next couple of days. This type of meal is perfect for the weather outside right now. It’s warm, hearty, and super filling. Let me know if you give it a try!

Split Pea Barley Soup
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Ingredients
  1. 12 cups water
  2. 2-3 Veg Broth Cubes
  3. 3 Chopped Carrots
  4. 2 Stalks Chopped Celery
  5. Pinch of rosemary,thyme, and oregano
  6. Green Split Peas, 16 oz
  7. 1/2- 1 cup Barley (optional)
Adapted from Vegan American Princess
Adapted from Vegan American Princess
Naki Aya http://nakiaya.com/

 

 

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Easy Vegan Lunch: Hummus Wrap

These hummus wraps are so simple easy to make and they surprisingly taste AMAZING! These are super convenient and perfect for traveling or just when you’re on the go. They take about 10 minutes to prepare and no need to turn on the stove or oven. Feel free to add your own additional toppings!

The original recipe can be found here:

http://www.onegreenplanet.org/foodandhealth/planning-an-eco-picnic/

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Quick & Easy Garbanzo Bean Vegan Tacos

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When pursuing a vegan lifestyle it is very easy to get caught up in the lavish, over the top meals that require way too much money, time, and patience. We can sometimes be a little hard on ourselves always making sure that we’re feeding out family the top of line foods. That’s absolutely great to be conscious of every food you eat. But is it really benefiting us to run  ourselves thin trying to perfect everything? My answer to that question is a loud NO. Sometimes we need to give ourselves a break and take it easy. This recipe is dedicated to all the mothers and busy vegans out there that need a break sometimes. This one of the quickest and tastiest meals you can make. 

The name of this meal is Spicy Garbanzo Tacos! It’s so super easy to make and your family will love it. I bring up my daughter in almost every post because I cook my meals around her. If she doesn’t like something then I don’t make it. If she loves it then I fix it over and over until she gets tired of it. I’m dealing with a picky eater here so I have to do what I can to make it work. She loves this recipe. So back to the tacos.. all you need is a taco dinner kit and about 3 cups of garbanzo beans (also known as chickpeas). To make this recipe SUPER easy you can use canned beans and it’ll take almost no time to make. The kit I use is the Garden of Eatin that  I purchased at my local Kroger (super convenient).
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HOW TO MAKE:

I’m not going to do a formal recipe write up for this meal because it’s so simple to make. All you need to do is take your garbanzo beans and add them to a skillet with a little water. If you’re using canned beans what you will need to do is empty both cans into the pot. One can can drained and the other undrained (add liquid to the pan). Take out your vegan seasoning packet and add it to the beans, turn the heat on medium low and heat everything until the beans and seasonings start to thicken. After about 7 minutes of cooking they should be all done!

 You’ll want to heat your taco shells up (by following the directions on the box of your kit), add your beans, and top with any toppings of your choice ( I just use lettuce and tomato).

 And there you go! Your SUPER easy vegan tacos! Not every meal has to be so time consuming and complicated. Many of use have a lot on our plates so it’s important to be kind and patient with yourself. Just think of all of the other horrible foods you could be eating instead, right? Hope you enjoy your vegan tacos :)

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AMAZINGLY Tasty Sweet Potato Vegan Pancakes

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These sweet potato pancakes will blow your mind! They are incredibly reminiscent of warm, spiced sweet potato pie. Since these breakfast treats are vegan and healthy, you won’t have to face any guilt after you devour these delicious little babies. I love to experiment with different fruits, spices, and other add ons when making vegan pancakes. There’s no need to be intimated either, you can swap out different flours and plant based milks to see how they alter the taste. Keep reading ahead to learn how to make these for yourself and your family!

I went on a search a while ago on how to make sweet potato pancakes after I learned my daughter loved SWEET POTATOES. She was only about a year old but she would devour a plate of steamed potatoes. She was also very picky so I struggled with what to make for breakfast (as I often do). I went on an internet search and found a recipe that sounded splendidly irresistible. I was limiting our wheat/ gluten intake so I decided to swap the whole what flour out with brown rice flour and it surprisingly came out amazing! My daughter was in love and I was astounded at how similar it tasted to actual sweet potato pie. I favorited the recipe and proceeded to make it several more times,  even raving to others about how delicious they were.

Life was great. I had found an amazing sweet potato vegan pancake recipe, my daughter loved it, and I even successfully converted it into a gluten free meal. Everything was great until the unexpected happened…. The website with the recipe disappeared from the internet world. I frantically went on a search to try and find it again, denying to myself that it was actually gone forever. The entire time I was kicking myself asking WHY DIDN’T I PRINT IT OUT? I probably looked over 30+ “Vegan Sweet Potato Pancake” recipes hoping that I could find one similar to the one I had fallen in love with. After much searching and feeling defeating.. I finally had to admit to myself that it was gone… forever. After quickly wiping a stray tear away, I glanced over to my daughter.  With a sullen look in my eyes and mouthed the words “I’m sorry”. I had let her down. Our beloved pancake recipe was gone.

Ok… I’m getting a little carried away there LOL. But yes, I was very disappointed that I had lost our recipe. I tried many recipes hoping they would live up to the one we’d fallen in love with but none of them could measure up. With all the times I had made the recipe you would think I would have it memorized, but nope. After a full year of searching (yes, a year) I FINALLY  found one that I was proud of. I had to veganize it and give it a few test runs before I could say it was good, but we got there. Now be prepared to make the best vegan pancakes of your life! 

 

Sweet Potato Vegan Pancakes
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Ingredients
  1. 1 sweet potato (Baked or steamed)
  2. 2 3/4 cup brown rice flour
  3. 1 teaspoon salt
  4. 3 tablespoons turbinado sugar
  5. 1/2 tablespoon baking soda
  6. 1 tablesppon baking powder
  7. 3 cups plant based milk + 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar (or lemon juice)
  8. 2 tbsp flaxseed meal + 4 tbsp water
  9. 2 tbsp earth balance
  10. 2 teaspoon cinamon
  11. 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
Instructions
  1. 1. Mix sweet potato, sugar, milk/ vinegar mixture, flaxseed mixture and earth balance in a large bowl and stir until well combined.
  2. 2. Combine flour, salt, baking soda, baking powder, and spices in another bowl.
  3. 3. Add dry ingredients to the wet ingredients, mix together well, and allow to set for a few minutes.
  4. 4. Scoop out 1/4 cup at time onto a hot skillet and allow to cook until top side starts to form bubbles. Flip and cook on the other side.
  5. Note: It may take a 1-2 pancakes before you get the hang of it. Don't get discouraged if your first 2 don't turn out right.
Naki Aya http://nakiaya.com/
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Top 5 Vegan Protein Sources

Greetings! I’ve alas made my second Youtube video. I’m working on becoming more consistent with my posting but there’s just so much going on! I’m excited for some of the upcoming videos I have planned and the ideas I’m coming up with. This video right here is dedicated to everyone that’s ever asked me “Where you get your protein??” (Seriously though, let’s come up with a more original question… it’s getting old now)

I’ve done some research and complied a list of 5 amazing protein sources that you want be sure to incorporate into your meals. 

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