Plant-Based What We Eat In A Day: Breakfast Quinoa & Red Lentil Bolognese (Episode 49)

In this Plant-Based What We Eat In A Day video, we show you a typical day of recipes. These are all super fast and easy to make, with lots of flavor and high in nutrients. All combined, these meals total more than 60 grams of protein!

Plant-Based What We Eat In A Day

Plant-Based Breakfast

For breakfast, we had a delicious bowl of Breakfast Quinoa topped with fresh fruit and a few walnuts. We normally eat raw oats for breakfast, but we like to mix things up every once in a while. The ground flax and chia make a gray-ish paste, but it’s full of healthy fats and omega-3’s. Once you stir them into your breakfast, the ick factor goes away.

Breakfast Quinoa

Plant-Based Lunch

For lunch, we had some of my premade Easy Garden Salad. I shred the greens and store them in a sealed container in the fridge. I also chop all the veggies and mix them with some artichoke hearts, hearts of palm, corn, beets, etc. and store them in a separate container in the fridge. This way, our delicious power salads are quick to assemble so we have no excuse not to eat at least one salad a day.

Easy Garden Salad

While we were eating our salads, I made some Quick and Easy Black Bean Soup that’s super fast and easy. Just one can of black beans, drained and rinsed, combined with a cup of salsa and a teaspoon of cumin. Heat it up on the stove for about 10 minutes and you’re good to go. It doesn’t get much easier than that!

Easy Black Bean Soup

We eat a lot of fruit…WAY more than the average American. Part of the reason is that it’s so delicious and cheap here in Ecuador. We get 3 papayas for a buck, 3 mangos for a buck, 20 bananas for a buck…you get the idea. Fruit is a staple in our house.

Plant-Based Dinner

For dinner, we had another Easy Garden Salad and some Vegan Red Lentil Bolognese. The recipe I made in the video was an experiment that Amelia improved upon for our recipe website, I recommend following her recipe. It was a little more time consuming but the flavor and texture was much better.

Vegan Red Lentil Bolognese

All these plant-based what we eat in a day recipes were very filling, but they only totaled about 1,500 calories so I had an extra helping of the Red Lentil Bolognese and more fruit as dessert after dinner. Popcorn is also a good snack, but try drinking a big glass of water if you still feel hungry after eating, especially if you’re trying to lose weight. Sometimes you’ll feel full after some water and waiting.

See More: What We Eat In A Day + How To Cut a Mango (Episode 27)


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