In my quest to continue to eat healthy on a budget, my family and I have started eating one to two meatless dinner meals each week. We are a Midwestern family and LOVE our meat, however, I love staying within my grocery budget more.
I asked some of my Trim Healthy Mama Blogging Buddies for some of their best meatless meal ideas. There are some super tasty looking meals on this list! These meals are great for those of you that are vegetarians as well. Remember just to swap vegetable stock for chicken/beef stock. I can’t wait to add these meals to my weekly meal plans.
Garbanzo Bean Soup (E) from Mrs. Criddle’s Kitchen
Zucchini Quiche (S) from Briana Thomas
Rice and Beans (E) from Briana Thomas
Italian White Bean and Spinach Soup from me at Darcie’s Dish
Refried Beans on a low carb tortilla with a side salad from me at Darcie’s Dish
Kate’s Weird Pasta Veggie Bowl from Briana Thomas
Black Eyed Pea “Gumbo” (E) from Joyful Jane
Sweet Potato Lentils from Briana Thomas
Quinoa, White Bean and Kale Soup from me at Darcie’s Dish
Savory Cheddar Waffles with Fried Eggs (S) from All Day I Dream About Food
Roasted Vegetable Greek Salad (S) from All Day I Dream About Food
Broccoli Cheese Soup (S) from All Day I Dream About Food
Very Berry Salad with Dijon Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing (S) from me at Darcie’s Dish
Sriracha Egg Salad (S) from Oh Sweet Mercy
White Gazpacho (FP) from Gwen’s Nest
Butternut Squash Pumpkin Apple Soup (E) from Grassfed Mama
Zesty Salsa Chicken and Black Bean Casserole (E) from me at Darcie’s Dish
***replace the chicken with another can of black beans
Hearty Two Bean and Lentil Chili from me at Darcie’s Dish
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Thanks for the list of THM friendly meatless meals. I have been wondering, as THM is so protein centered, how a meatless meal can fit into a THM plan? and secondly, would all meatless meals end up being E, since they probably are all bean based?