Favorites from A Plant-Based Menu Plan
Do you ever have, what my husband refers to as, a good menu planning week? You have all the ingredients you need, you cooked on the nights you planned, just the right amount of leftovers that you had planned for lunches, little to no produce thrown away and my kids actually eating some of the meals and liking them. That’s a good menu planning week!
Black Bean Burger Wrap – black bean burger, Edamame Hummus, sprouts, lettuce, tomato, a drizzle of homemade golden dressing all on an Ezekiel Wrap.
Overnight Oats – Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Rolled Oats, Silk Almond Milk (unsweetened), banana, homemade almond butter, Vega Performance Protein and chia. The secret to making this recipe perfect is mashing up half of the banana with the oats. My favorite pre-long run meal.
On the Menu
Hummus and Carrots
Lunches and/or Dinners
Portobello Burger with Sweet Potato Fries
Almighty Healthy Wrap
Create Your Own “Big Salad” (a basic salad prepared with a variety of pre-chopped add-ins with a choice of 2 homemade dressings.)
3-Bean Chili with green salad
On the Training Plan
Monday: Rest Day
Tuesday: Bob Harper Kettlebell Workout, Run 4 miles
Wednesday: Bob Harper Inside Out Method
Thursday: Run 5 miles a.m., Run 3 miles p.m.
Friday: Bob Harper Kettlebell Workout
Saturday: First of 13 trail races – Devou Park Topo Trail Series (10 miles)
Sunday: Run 16-18 miles depending on how I feel after the trail race
What was the favorite thing you ate last week? What’s on your workout plan for this week? Do you have a favorite menu planning app?
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