Vegan Meal Planner


Vegan Meal Planner with illustrated food idems

Welcome to the Vegan Meal Planner, a free tool that let’s you plan out your vegan meals and generate a grocery list.

Group by: alphabet, Course, Cuisine
Drag recipe to your menu:
December 12
Day 6921
December 13
Day 6922
December 14
Day 6923
December 15
Day 6924
December 16
Day 6925
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While this is a completely free meal planner, please do consider donating to a Vegan charity like Veganuary if you enjoy it!

What is the Vegan Meal Planner?

The Vegan Meal Planner is a completely free tool that let’s you drag and drop recipes into an easy to use meal planner. Then, you can generate a shopping or grocery list (in both Metric and Imperial measurements) to take with you on your next shop so you can follow your new meal plan!

There are over 100 recipes at the moment, but more are being added frequently (please see below if you are the original writer of a recipe and want it removed, or want to add a recipe.)

Originally, the recipes were taken from the most upvoted vegan recipes on, it is definitely worth checking that subreddit if you are a vegan foodie!

Recipe List:

3 Bean Quinoa And Veggie Salad
Authentic Vietnamese Pho
Avocado Lentil Salad
Baked Buffalo Cauliflower
Baked Cauliflower Buffalo
Basil Avocado Pesto Pasta
Bbq Tempeh Vegan Burrito
Bean And Grain Stew
Boozy Vegan Wedding Cake
Breakfast Vegan Carrot Cake
Buffalo Tofu Sandwich
Burrito Bowl Vegan Sour Cream
Cashew Ricotta
Cauliflower Chickpea Tikka Masala
Cauliflower Eggplant Tacos
Chickpea And Hummus Sauce Wrap
Chickpea Spinach Pie
Coriander And Lime Hummus
Creamy Lemon Pasta
Creamy Sesame Ramen
Creamy Vegan Mac And Cheese
Crispy Mango Tofu Spring Rolls
Easy Vegan Cheesy Cauliflower
Falafel Burgers
Fiery Seitan Burger
Gluten Free Veggie Pasta
Home Made Vegan Pesto Twist Bread
Kale Pesto Burgers
Lemon Chilli Tofu
Mushroom Stroganoff
Pad Thai Crispy Tofu
Pasta With A Creamy Sweet Pepper Sauce
Pasta With Vegan Cheese
Peanut Butter Chocolate Balls
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Pesto Hummus Avocado Sandwich
Raw Blueberry Lime Cheesecake
Red Curry Tofu Dumplings
Sesame Ginger Soba Noodle Salad
Smoked Almond Chickpea Sandwiches
Smoky Vegan Black Bean Soup
Sofritas Burrito Bowl
Spicy Buffalo Chickpea Wraps
Spicy Vegan Potato Curry
Sticky Sesame Cauliflower
Sun Dried Tomato Hummus
Sweet Tangy Citrus Slaw
Taco Cups
Tandoori Cauliflower
Teriyaki Tofu Over Pineapple Rice
Vanilla Vegan Cake
Vegan Blueberry Pie
Vegan Breakfast Bowl
Vegan Breakfast Burritos
Vegan Broccoli Garlic Pasta
Vegan Buddha Bowl
Vegan Butter Chicken
Vegan Chickpea Pasta
Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies
Vegan Chocolate Mousse
Vegan Chow Mein With Tofu
Vegan Cinnabon Cinnamon Rolls
Vegan Creamy Cheese Sauce
Vegan Cuban Black Beans
Vegan Double Chocolate Cookies
Vegan Easy Chickpea Tikka Masala
Vegan Fudgesicles
Vegan Full English Breakfast
Vegan Herb Crusted Cashew Cheese
Vegan Jambalaya
Vegan Kfc
Vegan Korean Tofu Stew
Vegan Lentil Dish
Vegan Lo Mein
Vegan Pancakes
Vegan Pretzel Buns
Vegan Ratatouille
Vegan Sausage Pizza
Vegan Scallops
Vegan Snickers Slices
Vegan Tzatziki
Vegan Walnut Cookies
Vegan Wonton Soup
Vegan Zucchini Taco Boats
Veggie Roast

How do I use the Vegan Meal Planner?

The Vegan Meal Planner is super easy to use, just follow these steps to get the basics down:

  1. Click the drop down box labelled “Add Recipe” and find a recipe you like the sound of. If you’re looking for a dish for a specific meal of the day, click the “Course” link next to “group by:” and the drop down items will be sorted by different courses such as breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  2. When you’ve found a recipe you like from the “Add Recipe” drop down box, click on it. The recipe will then appear in a box which you can drag and drop into the course you want (e.g. “Breakfast”) on the day you want (e.g. Saturday.)
  3. If you need to add an extra course, click the button “Add Course” on the bottom right of the meal planner (Don’t know about you, but we like second breakfasts, elevensies and brinner…)
  4. Keep repeating steps 1 to 3 until you have a meal plan for the length you want (you can go backwards and forwards in time via the two arrows on the row containing all the days and dates.) From there you can print the recipes out, print the plan out and / or generate a shopping / grocery list via the three buttons  on the bottom right of the meal planner.
  5. You’re done! Happy planning.

I want to add a recipe / have a recipe removed, what shall I do?

These recipes have been appropriated from other websites, but all have been credited with a link to the original source and author names added where given. All recipes are set to be noindex for all user-agents  (as you can see from our robots.txt) so that your content is not registered by Google or other search engines as being on this site.

However, if you want the recipe edited or removed please go to the Contact page and let us know. It will be removed without question when the recipe is verified to be yours.

If you would like to add a recipe or share a recipe from your own website, please go to the Contact page and drop us an email – we’d love to hear from you! Please have images ready, and recipes in a plain text format.

Some of the amounts / ingredients / recipe is wrong, how do I let you know?

Drop a comment below, or get in touch via the Contact page.

Where can I get some help on using the tool?

Please drop a comment below if you have any questions or get stuck!

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