Vegan Meal Prep Ideas You Can Try For The Week

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Are you looking to live a healthier lifestyle and include more plant-based meals in your diet routine? Vegan meal prep is an excellent way to ensure that you have delicious and nutritious meals ready to enjoy throughout the week. With the help of high-quality glass meal prep containers that come in a set of 5 and a set of 10, you can prepare vegan dishes that can last you for a week.  Continuing on the subject, in this blog, we share the concept of vegan meal prep and offer a completely vegan food menu for a week, covering breakfast, lunch, dinner, and everything in between.


What is Vegan Meal Prep?

Vegan meal prep involves planning, preparing, and packaging vegan meals and snacks in advance, typically for a week. This approach allows individuals to save time, maintain a healthy diet, and avoid the temptation of opting for less healthy food options when hunger strikes. By dedicating a specific time to prepare meals for the upcoming week, individuals can streamline their eating habits and ensure that they have access to nourishing vegan options at all times.


Important Tips & Benefits For Vegan Meal Prep


Vegan meal prep saves time during the week, as meals and snacks are already prepared, reducing the need for daily cooking.


Nutritional Control

By preparing meals in advance, individuals can ensure that their vegan dishes are nutritionally balanced and aligned with their dietary goals.



Meal prepping can help individuals save money by buying ingredients in bulk and reducing food waste.


Portion Control

Pre-portioned meals and snacks can assist in managing portion sizes and preventing overeating.



Vegan meal prep allows for a diverse range of dishes, ensuring that individuals do not get bored with their food options.


Vegan Food Menu For A Week

Now, read on to understand the vegan food menu for a week, covering breakfast, lunch, dinner, and additional snacks for each day.

Day 1


Scrambled tofu with spinach and cherry tomatoes

Snack: Mixed nuts and seeds


Quinoa and black bean salad with a tangy vinaigrette

Snack: Sliced apple with almond butter


Vegan lentil curry with fragrant basmati rice and a side of garlic naan

Snack: Carrot sticks with creamy hummus


Day 2


Chia seed pudding with coconut milk, fresh berries, and a sprinkle of toasted coconut

Snack: Vegan protein bar and a small bunch of grapes


Chickpea and vegetable stir-fry, served over fluffy jasmine rice

Snack: Fresh fruit salad with a squeeze of lime juice


Vegan spaghetti with marinara sauce, sautéed mushrooms, and a generous sprinkle of nutritional yeast

Snack: Rice cakes with tangy cashew cheese and a handful of cherry tomatoes


Day 3


Avocado toast with cherry tomatoes, using a glass dispenser bottle, drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, and a pinch of red pepper flakes

Snack: Trail mix with almonds, cashews, pumpkin seeds, dried cranberries, and dark chocolate chips


Vegan sushi rolls with pickled ginger, soy sauce, and a side of edamame

Snack: Edamame beans with a sprinkle of sea salt


Vegan shepherd's pie with savoury mushroom gravy, topped with creamy mashed sweet potatoes

Snack: Vegan yoghurt with a crunchy granola topping


Day 4


Fluffy vegan banana pancakes with a drizzle of pure maple syrup and a handful of fresh blueberries

Snack: Rice crackers with zesty guacamole and a squeeze of lime


Lentil and vegetable soup with a side of crusty whole-grain bread

Snack: Sliced mango with a sprinkle of Tajine seasoning


Creamy vegan mushroom stroganoff served over al dente whole-grain pasta

Snack: Air-popped popcorn seasoned with nutritional yeast and a dash of smoked paprika


Day 5


Açai bowl with a rainbow of toppings including sliced bananas, fresh berries, coconut flakes, and a drizzle of agave nectar

Snack: Creamy vegan protein shake made with almond milk, banana, and a scoop of plant-based protein powder


Vegan burrito bowl with zesty salsa, creamy guacamole, and a scoop of tangy dairy-free sour cream

Snack: Dried apricots and figs with a handful of raw almonds


Fragrant vegan chickpea and vegetable curry with fluffy quinoa

Snack: Sliced cucumber with creamy tahini dip and a sprinkle of black sesame seeds


Day 6


 Moist and fluffy vegan blueberry muffins with a hint of lemon zest.

Snack: Crispy homemade kale chips with a sprinkle of sea salt


Classic vegan Caesar salad with garlicky chickpea croutons and a creamy cashew-based dressing.

Snack: Sliced pear with a dollop of creamy almond butter


Hearty vegan aubergine and zucchini lasagna with layers of rich marinara sauce and creamy dairy-free béchamel.

Snack: Crispy roasted chickpeas with a hint of smoky paprika


Day 7


Hearty vegan breakfast burrito with tofu scramble, zesty salsa, and creamy avocado

Snack: Energising vegan energy balls made with dates, nuts, and cacao


Vegan quinoa and black bean salad with a zesty lime vinaigrette.

Snack: Mixed berries with a dollop of creamy coconut yoghurt


Nourishing vegan lentil and vegetable stew with a side of warm crusty bread.

Snack: Decadent dark chocolate squares with a sprinkle of flaky sea salt


A Word From Very-well

Incorporating vegan meal prep into your routine can be a positive step toward your overall well-being. By dedicating time to plan and prepare your meals in advance, you can enjoy the benefits of a plant-based diet while saving time and ensuring that you always have nourishing options at your fingertips.

Whether you are new to vegan meal prep or looking to expand your cooking skills, consider having the right kitchen tools. From non-stick frying pans to quality and food-safe glass meal prep containers, buy affordable kitchenware products from our collection. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is meal prep better in glass containers?

Yes, glass containers are a better option for meal prep as they can keep food fresh with their airtight seal lids. Also, they are very easy to wash, leak-proof, eco-friendly, heat-safe, and dishwasher-safe.

Does food last longer in glass containers?

Of course, glass containers are inert, meaning they do not react to any chemicals, which makes them ideal for keeping food for longer periods. The snap-lock lids are also airtight, which means the food will maintain its freshness for longer as well.

Why do people use glass meal prep containers?

While it is a matter of preference, most people use glass meal prep containers because they are a variable option compared to plastic. The glass meal prep containers are heat-resistant, dishwasher-safe, oven-safe, leak-proof, and non-toxic.

Are glass containers airtight lids BPA-free?

Yes, these borosilicate glass containers are paired with BPA-free airtight lids and some even come with bamboo lids which is a more sustainable option