Want to Give Vegetarianism a Try?

Vegetarian is kind of a big word. We get it. It’s also a pretty huge commitment.

But what if we took all the hard work out of it for you? We’ve rounded up some of the best vegetarian recipes to help make going vegetarian a little easier. You can find them under the recipes tab in the app just by searching for them – let us know what you think!

For Monday morning – when you’re tight on time but can’t afford to skip breakfast

Wheat flakes with Orange and Banana

250 cals

You can literally throw this into a to-go cup and eat it in the car

For Saturday brunch – this is what Saturdays were made for

Cream cheese pancakes with berries and yogurt

176 cals

Brunch = pancakes. Vegetarian doesn’t change that.

For Tuesday lunch – not a sad desk lunch in sight, you can whip this up in a matter of minutes

Asparagus, mango and goat’s cheese salad

547 cals

The good news about being vegetarian? Dairy is still an option. Cue this salad. which despite being a salad, does not suck.

For midweek dinner – you don’t have to cook up a storm to eat like a king

White Chilli Con Carne

298 cals

Less than 30 minutes to comfort food? We’ll take it.

For Thursday lunch – when leftovers just aren’t going to cut it

Falafel and cabbage salad pockets

501 cals

You’ll spend all morning waiting for lunch, and we don’t blame you.

For Friday night – you’re about to be the hostess with the mostest

Balsamic-roasted ratatouille with chickpeas

302 cals

You may need to make two trays of this stuff, it’s that good.

For Sunday lunch – a meal that you, the kids, and the in-laws will love

Fennel, apple and ricotta risotto

465 cals

One word: Cheese.

For your sweet tooth – when the day is done and it’s time to wind down

Chocolate avocado truffles

315 cals

Gluten-free blackberry pudding

463 cals

Raw mango and coconut sorbet

187 cals

Tried one of these already? Let us know in the comments what you thought!

Femi A-Williams is a health and fitness convert trying to reconcile a healthy lifestyle and a happy food life. She is 80% whole grain and 20% donut.

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