Monday, November 10, 2008

Frugal Vegetarian Menu Plan 11/10 - 11/16







Weekly Vegetarian meals and Desserts.

Monday
Dinner: Brown Rice, Butternut Squash, & Arugula Salad, recipe from Enlightened Cooking
Dessert: Vegan Lemon Cake recipe from recipezaar.com

Tuesday
Dinner: Cheeseless Macaroni n' Cheese recipe from vegan visitor. Served with a side of steamed mixed veggies.
Dessert: Sparkling Fruit Salad recipe from allrecipes.com

Wednesday
Dinner: Taco Style Lentils & Rice recipe from Hillbilly Housewife, served with diced tomatoes, shredded lettuce, sweet corn, diced bell peppers and topped with Tofutti's Better than Sour Cream
Dessert: Marshmallow-less Krispies Treats!

Thursday
Dinner: Veggie Stroganoff - I made this a few times last week for lunch. My husband kept asking me to make more each day. I will post a recipe for it later this week.
Dessert: Apple Sauce recipe from Simply Recipes

Friday
Breakfast for Dinner: "Eggs" Benedict recipe from chooseveg.com, served with a side of hash browns.
Dessert: Pumpkin Waffles recipe from Fat Free Vegan Kitchen

Saturday
Dinner: Potato Pierogies recipe from Vegan Dad. Served with Vegetarian Salad with Chik'n Strips. I could eat those Pierogies every day!
Dessert: Banana Ice-cream!

Sunday
Dinner: Better Than Classic Lasagna recipe from www.delicioustv.com
Dessert: Baked Apples recipe from from Simply Recipes


For more menu planning ideas
visit Organizing Junkie!
And for my previous week's Vegetarian Menu visit here
For money saving coupons visit here

2 comments:

seamaiden said...

Everything sounds delicious! I'll have to follow up on a few of those links...

-Sea

libby said...

WOW - what a yummy menu. Can't wait to try out the veggie stroganoff recipe when you post it.
I think this is my first visit to your blog so I'm off to have a bit more of a look around.

Libby

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