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I’m Sabrina, a 20 year-old college student who believes that love and kindness - to yourself, your body, and others - can lead to magical things.

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Healthy Vegan Meal Prep Ideas

Hi lovelies! I wanted to share some easy and tasty meals to help you eat well throughout your busy week. These meals I'm going to show you are my go to foods whenever I'm too busy to get fancy with my cooking or am feeling super lazy. The best part is that these recipes are super budget-friendly.

An amazing make ahead breakfast is overnight oats with chia seeds and berries. This fiber packed breakfast is a great start to your day, and you can add your favorite nuts or nut butter to this for a natural protein boost. To make it a little easier on yourself, you can buy flavored instant oatmeal packets at the store, rather than take the time to create specialty oats. If you are an experimentin'-in-the-kitchen type of boss, then Pinterest has a ton of amazing recipes to make your taste buds sing. After that, just add your favorite milk, chia seeds, and berries to them. You can prepare a weeks worth of breakfasts in less than 10 minutes, store them in your fridge during the week, and grab them when you're ready to eat.

For lunch, a great idea is a sandwich with your favorite nut butters and a fruit in between for natural sweetness and a nutritional boost. I love eating peanut butter and banana sandwiches. They fill me up for hours and give my sweet tooth a whole lot of love. You can also fill these with your favorite berries, a slight drizzle of honey, and almond butter for an antioxidant and healthy fats packed meal. These take less than five minutes to make in the morning, and the fiber from the whole wheat bread and fruit combined with the protein of the nut butter will keep you going for a few more hours.

For dinner, spaghetti is an easy meal to prep and easier to heat up over the week. To make your life easier, you can prepare this with store-bought sauce, frozen leafy vegetables like kale, and your favorite herbs and spices for added flavor. I love to add onions to spaghetti making because I'm just obsessed with the flavor onions give to this. I also added some carrots and broccoli for more nutrition without having to make another side dish. One pot meal? Yes please!

Probably my favorite thing to eat in a day are snacks. They offer everything from slight nibbling to relief for that aching sweet tooth. Nuts are my go to snacks, especially when I'm super hungry but won't be eating for a couple of hours more. The protein and fiber in nuts help to curb hunger until you can eat something more substantial. Mixed nuts are great to eat as they offer a variety of nutrients to consume.

Fruit and vegetables also make great snacks. Fruits provide a natural sweetness that can't be beat, while vegetables help to curb hunger thanks to the fiber found in them. Although cookies aren't necessarily the best snacks in the world, cookies that are packed with fiber and low on sugar without artificial processing can be great things to munch on between meals. I love these Alyssa's cookies. They are my go to when I'm rushing out the door but need a quick bite, and have tided me over when I'd have to deal with long commutes.

I hope these will help you to eat well and feel amazing during your week.

With love,

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