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Your 7-Day Vegan Meal Plan

Get a week’s worth of vegan breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes to make meal planning a breeze.

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Day 1 Breakfast: Tropical Quinoa Breakfast BowlTaste of Home

Day 1 Breakfast: Tropical Quinoa Breakfast Bowl

I have been making this quinoa, coconut, pineapple and mango dish since I was in high school. To make it even more tropical, add some diced papaya.—Billy Hensley, Mount Carmel, Tennessee

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Day 1 Lunch: Black Bean-Tomato ChiliTaste of Home

Day 1 Lunch: Black Bean-Tomato Chili

My daughter Kayla saw a black bean chili while watching a cooking show and called me about it because it looked so good. We messed with our own recipe until we got this easy winner. —Lisa Belcastro, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts

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Day 1 Dinner: Crispy Tofu with Black Pepper SauceTaste of Home

Day 1 Dinner: Crispy Tofu with Black Pepper Sauce

Sometimes tofu can be boring and tasteless, but not in this recipe! The crispy vegetarian bean curd is so loaded with flavor, you'll never shy away from tofu again. —Nick Iverson, Denver, Colorado

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Day 2 Breakfast: Mixed Fruit with Lemon-Basil DressingTaste of Home

Day 2 Breakfast: Mixed Fruit with Lemon-Basil Dressing

A slightly savory dressing really complements the sweet fruit in this recipe. I also use the dressing on salad greens. —Dixie Terry, Goreville, Illinois

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Day 2 Lunch: Chickpea Mint TabboulehTaste of Home

Day 2 Lunch: Chickpea Mint Tabbouleh

You’ll love this salad warm or chilled. For variety, add feta cheese or use this as a filling for stuffed tomatoes or mushrooms. —Brian Kennedy, Kaneohe, Hawaii

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Day 2 Dinner: No-Fry Black Bean ChimichangasTaste of Home

Day 2 Dinner: No-Fry Black Bean Chimichangas

Chimichangas usually are deep-fried burritos. My version gets lovin’ from the oven. Black beans provide protein, and it's a good way to use up leftover rice. —Kimberly Hammond, Kingwood, Texas

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Day 3 Breakfast: Warm ‘n’ Fruity Breakfast CerealTaste of Home

Day 3 Breakfast: Warm ‘n’ Fruity Breakfast Cereal

Sleepyheads will love the heartiness of this nutritious cooked cereal with cinnamon. It's loaded with chopped fruit and nuts. Eat it with plain yogurt and sliced bananas or blueberries. —John Vale, Long Beach, Washington

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Day 3 Lunch: Creamy Cauliflower Pakora SoupTaste of Home

Day 3 Lunch: Creamy Cauliflower Pakora Soup

My husband and I often crave pakoras, deep-fried fritters from India. I wanted to get the same flavors but use a healthier cooking technique, so I made soup using all the classic spices and our favorite veggie, cauliflower! —Melody Johnson, DePere, Wisconsin

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Day 3 Dinner: Tofu Chow MeinTaste of Home

Day 3 Dinner: Tofu Chow Mein

This is an easy recipe for a "tofu beginner," as it teaches people how to use it. If you have time, one way to prepare it is to cut the tofu block in half and wrap well in a terry kitchen towel. Let it sit in the fridge for at least an hour to absorb excess water. For a complete meal, serve with Chinese soup and egg rolls! — Autumn SinClaire, Gold Beach, Oregon

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Day 4 Breakfast: Pineapple OatmealTaste of Home

Day 4 Breakfast: Pineapple Oatmeal

Oatmeal for breakfast is a standard item, but I like to mix it up a bit. This version gets some natural sweetness from pinapple juice and tidbits. It is definitely worth trying! —Maria Regakis, Somerville, Massachusetts

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Day 4 Lunch: Lemon Mushroom OrzoTaste of Home

Day 4 Lunch: Lemon Mushroom Orzo

Sometimes I serve this side dish chilled and other times we enjoy it hot. It has a pleasant tinge of lemon and a nice crunch from pecans. —Shelly Nelson, Akeley, Minnesota

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Day 4 Dinner: Chickpea & Potato CurryTaste of Home

Day 4 Dinner: Chickpea & Potato Curry

I make chana masala, the classic Indian dish, in my slow cooker. Browning the onion, ginger and garlic first really makes the sauce amazing. —Anjana Devasahayam, San Antonio, Texas

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Day 5 Breakfast: Slow Cooker Coconut GranolaTaste of Home

Day 5 Breakfast: Slow Cooker Coconut Granola

Here's a versatile treat with a taste of the tropics. Change it up by subbing dried pineapple or tropical fruits for the cherries. —Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Day 5 Lunch: Tomato & Avocado SandwichesTaste of Home

Day 5 Lunch: Tomato & Avocado Sandwiches

I'm a vegetarian, and this is a tasty, quick and healthy lunch I could eat for every meal. At my house, we call these sandwiches HATS: hummus, avocado, tomato and shallots. These are ingredients I almost always have on hand. —Sarah Jaraha, Moorestown, New Jersey

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Day 5 Dinner: Asparagus Tofu Stir-FryTaste of Home

Day 5 Dinner: Asparagus Tofu Stir-Fry

With its flavorful ginger sauce and fresh vegetables, this tasty dish is a favorite. I get rave reviews every time I serve it, and it doesn’t bother my husband’s food allergies. —Phyllis Smith, Chimacum, Washington

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Day 6 Breakfast: Sparkling OrangesTaste of Home

Day 6 Breakfast: Sparkling Oranges

We were living in Texas when I found the recipe for this simple yet elegant salad. I was thrilled— we had a surplus of fresh oranges! All you do at the last minute is garnish and serve. —Janie Bush, Weskan, Kansas

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Day 6 Lunch: Confetti QuinoaTaste of Home

Day 6 Lunch: Confetti Quinoa

If you have never tried quinoa, start with my easy side, brimming with colorful veggies. I serve it with orange-glazed chicken. —Kim Ciepluch, Kenosha, Wisconsin

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Day 6 Dinner: Chard & White Bean PastaTaste of Home

Day 6 Dinner: Chard & White Bean Pasta

I love to prepare gluten-free and dairy-free dishes, and this recipe meets the criteria when you use gluten-free pasta. This dish shows you can use delicious, healthy products to create a crowd-pleasing meal. It's also soy-free, nut-free and vegetarian. —Amie Valpone, New York, New York

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Day 7 Breakfast: Cranberry-Walnut OatmealTaste of Home

Day 7 Breakfast: Cranberry-Walnut Oatmeal

My family loves cranberries but we can get them fresh only during the holiday season. This recipe lets us enjoy the tartness of cranberry with the comfort of oatmeal all-year long. —Teena Petrus, Johnstown, Pennsylvania

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Day 7 Lunch: Black-Eyed Peas ‘n’ PastaTaste of Home

Day 7 Lunch: Black-Eyed Peas ‘n’ Pasta

Tradition has it that if you eat black-eyed peas on New Year's Day, you'll enjoy prosperity all year through—but I serve this tasty combination of pasta, peas and tangy tomatoes anytime. —Marie Malsch, Bridgman, Michigan

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Day 7 Dinner: Mushroom-Bean BourguignonTaste of Home

Day 7 Dinner: Mushroom-Bean Bourguignon

In our family, boeuf bourguignon has been a staple for generations. I wanted a meatless alternative. All this dish needs is a French baguette. —Sonya Labbe, West Hollywood, California

Katie Bandurski
Katie is an Associate Editor for Taste of Home, specializing in writing and email newsletters. When she’s out of the office, you’ll find her exploring Wisconsin, trying out new vegetarian recipes and combing through antique shops.
Peggy Woodward, RDN
Peggy is a Senior Food Editor for Taste of Home. In addition to curating recipes, she writes articles, develops recipes and is our in-house nutrition expert. She studied dietetics at the University of Illinois and completed post-graduate studies at the Medical University of South Carolina to become a registered dietitian nutritionist. Peggy has nearly 20 years of experience in the industry. She’s a mom, a foodie and enjoys being active in her rural Wisconsin community.

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