Have you prepared a game plan or more like a menu for the upcoming Lenten meatless Fridays? Well, if not, it’s never too late. You can always plan out your meals without having to spend hours. Below, we have provided some healthy recipe recommendations, which are perfect in observance of the Great Lent.
Pan-cooked until crisp, this Adobo Eggplant Quesadilla is made of spiced eggplant, quinoa tortillas, chard, cheese, and lime. For an added dose of protein, a lime-yogurt dressing is used.
You need not to call the pizza delivery guy on a Lenten Friday because you can prepare this Roasted Vegetable Pizza. After eating this, for sure, you will look at pizza differently!
Crisp flatbread that is bursting with flavors, this Roasted Radish Flatbread with Ricotta, Honey and Herbs is a perfect appetizer with an autumn-appeal. This is best served for snacks.
Here’s something unique, but will be loved by your family and friends – Chipotle Shrimp Salad. Preparing this dish is as easy as pie. Plus, the ingredients are not hard to find!
At times like this, there are plenty of zucchinis to use. So, a good way not to waste them and to observe the Lenten season as well, is to add more eggs and veggies to them! Here’s a Zucchini Frittata recipe you dare not miss.
Beans and guacamole complement each other in this Refried Bean and Guacamole Tostadas recipe. The combination of both ingredients and the crisp corn tostada makes it a perfect dish for a meatless Friday.
This is going to be the best breakfast burrito you’ll have for Lent – Vegan Breakfast Burrito. Try it with black beans and potato. Promise, you won’t regret it!
The Great Lent lasts for 40 days, so to stay fit even without meat, you have to prepare dishes that provide your daily nutritional requirements. Thankfully, we found this Potato Dumplings recipe, which is healthy and very easy to do, especially if you already have mashed potatoes in the fridge.
This Lenten Macaroni and Cheese recipe is a personal favorite. Compared to other regular mac and cheese recipes out there, this one is healthier and heartier. It also serves a large crowd!
Of course, the breakfast meals are easy, but the lunch and dinner are a bit difficult. But hey, it’s Lenten season and spending time in the kitchen is not really bad, especially if you get these meatless dishes right. So, think about these recipe suggestions and let us know how your cooking went!