Best Vegan Recipes for this Week

Best Vegan Recipes for this Week

Here are the best vegan recipes for this week. I predict this tomato sauce becomes your go-to sauce. You have a nice hearty meal and another lighter meal that could also be a lunch entree.

In this week’s video, you’ll see we had celery, onion, carrot, beet, cucumber, tomato, snow peas, eggplant, zucchini, and lettuce in the organic vegetable delivery box.

Celery and lettuce went into salads. Snow peas were eaten raw. The dogs love them.

Because there were only 3 baby beets, they went to the dogs. My dogs eat chopped raw beets and cucumbers every morning, and papaya, before their breakfast.

Most of these vegetables have already had their health benefits covered in past weeks.

Once again, I forgot to take pictures of the pasta I made!

I had discovered the eggplant pasta recipe last year and it was just as good as I remembered.

The veggie fritters could be a lunch or dinner. They’re something I had considered making in the past but never had. They are easy to make and you could switch out some of the veggies, so this recipe is a keeper too.

Normally you have eggs in fritters to hold the vegetables together. In this recipes the lentils and the little bit of flour to do that. I use oat flour. These ingredients also add protein and more fiber than a traditional fritter.

 The Best Vegan Recipes for this Week

Eggplant, Caramelized Onion, and Tomato Pasta

I really love this recipe, so much so that I ate twice as much as I normally would.

The only substitution I made was that I didn’t have any sherry vinegar so I used balsamic vinegar.

I made the homemade tomato sauce while the eggplant was roasting. You’ll use this as your regular sauce after you taste how good it is and see how fast you can make it.

I used the small Italian eggplant and the 2 Japenese eggplants that came in my box this week. I figured all together they would equal one large eggplant.

Zucchini Carrot Fritters


2 medium zucchini

1 medium carrot

1/2 c lentils

1 small onion

1 large clove garlic

1/4 c flour (your choice of type)

1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika

1 teaspoon regular paprika

Salt & pepper to taste

Olive oil


Cook the lentils according to package directions.

Shred the zucchini and carrots.

Put the shredded zucchini in a colander and add a few shakes of salt. Let it sit for 10 minutes and then squeeze all the excess water out of the zucchini.

Dice the onion and garlic.

Add the vegetables to a bowl with the flour (I use out flour) and add spices.

Add the cooked lentils and mix well.

Heat a little olive oil in a frying pan over medium heat.

Take a 1/4 measuring cup and scoop the veggie mix into the frying pan and flatten out a bit. You can cook several fritters at once depending on the size of your pan.

Cook 3-4 minutes on one side and a couple minutes on the other side, just until brown.

Then move to a plate lined with paper towel.

Season with salt & pepper.

You can serve them with a dipping sauce of a vegan mayonnaise or vegan yogurt base spiced up with your favorite hot sauce.

Serve with a salad with some nuts or avocado for fat, you have protein from the lentils, so this is a nice light meal.

Nutritional Benefits of Vegetables:


Romaine is high in minerals, such as calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, and potassium. It’s naturally low in sodium. Plus, romaine lettuce is packed with vitamin C, vitamin K, and folate.

Snow Peas

Snow peas

Snow peas are packed with vitamin Avitamin Cironpotassium, dietary fiber, magnesiumfolic acid and small levels of healthy fats

There are a number of impressive health benefits of snow peas, including weight losscancer prevention, improved heart health, reduced constipation, stronger bones, optimized immunity and lower levels of inflammation.

Nutrition Resources:

Health and nutrition are a big passion of mine because, without your health, all the success you can achieve is meaningless. In 1981 I started seriously studying health, nutrition, and the mind/body connection. I stopped eating meat in 1990 for health reasons and compassion for animals. In 1999 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. In 2005, the day after Christmas, I lost my mother at the age of 69 to lung cancer. Since then, helping others to regain their health by making simple changes has become a driving force in my life.

Until next time, I’d love to hear your thoughts. Just comment on this post here or on Facebook.

If you would like private mentoring, go to the contact page above and tell me what you would like help with. As your mentor, whether for your health, your lifestyle or your business, I hold a bigger vision for you than you hold for yourself. When you have faith and a team that believes in you, it gives you courage. When you don’t have to do it all yourself, all things are possible for you. Commit today to go for your dream 100%.

With over 40 years in sales and marketing, along with 45 years studying human behavior, Lynn Pierce, “The Voice of Women Empowered to Create an Ageless Body, Mind & Soul After 50” mentors soul-based entrepreneurs to reach your own personal version of success and an ageless lifestyle. Tell Lynn what the life of your dreams looks like, and she’ll create the blueprints to get you there, along with the sales system to fund it. Author of, “Breakthrough to Success; 19 Keys to Mastering Every Area of Your Life”, Lynn Pierce’s personal growth and business acceleration systems help her clients get three times the results in half the time with one-tenth of the effort. Claim your free special report, “What Do You Stand For” here

, , , ,

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

google-site-verification: googleb4042b610b130d89.html