HIGH PROTEIN VEGAN MEALS | 5 Recipes = 173g Protein

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Please do not count macros or calories (unless you need to for specific health reasons). The measurements and macros in this video are just for your information and to show you that you can get protein on a vegan diet. Life is more than calculating macros, and after years of not doing it, adding it up for this video was exhausting haha. Eat what feels good for you and what makes you happy!

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TLT Sandwich (26g protein) 2 portions

Bacon tofu (makes 4 portions) //

Block of tofu (400g)
1 tsp onion powder
1 tbsp nutritional yeast
2 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp maple syrup
1 tsp sriracha (or any hot sauce)
Black pepper
1 tbsp olive oil

4 slices granary wholemeal bread
1 avocado
1 tomato
Lettuce
Vegan mayo

BBQ Tofu Quinoa Bowl (44g protein) 2 portions

BBQ Tofu //

1 clove garlic
2 tbsp brown sugar
1 tbsp tomato ketchup
1 tbsp tomato puree
2 tbsp vegan worcester sauce
1 tsp sriracha (or any hot sauce)
1 tsp mustard powder
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
Olive oil (for the pan)
Block of firm tofu (400g)
1-2 tbsp sesame seeds

Quinoa (I cooked 100g and served 1 cup cooked each)
Vegetable stock (300ml)
Head of broccoli
2-3 spring onions
Juice of a lime

Protein Oats (25g protein) 1 portion

1 cup oats
2 cups plant milk
1-2 tbsp peanut butter (+ more for topping)
1 tbsp chia seeds (+ more for topping)
1 tbsp cacao/cocoa
1 tbsp syrup (we used date)
Handful frozen raspberries
Half a banana

Lentil and Walnut Salad (45g protein) 1 portion

Tahini Dressing //

2 tbsp tahini
Juice of half a lemon
1-2 tbsp soy sauce
1 tsp sriracha (or any hot sauce)
1 tbsp syrup (we used date)

Half a bag of rocket
100g green lentils
1/2 cup butter beans
1 tbsp capers
Sundried tomatoes
1/2 cup chopped walnuts

Chilli con protein (33g protein) 4-5 portions

1 onion
2 garlic cloves
Olive oil
Red pepper
1-2 tsp chilli
1 tsp paprika
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp cinnamon
500ml veg stock
100g lentils
400g tin kidney beans
400ml tin chopped tomatoes
450 gsoy mince
2 tbsp tomato puree

Brown rice (I served a cup and a half each)
Avocado
Black pepper
Lime juice

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23 Comments

  1. But where do you get your protein? I'm answering that question in today's recipe video! All of the ingredients for each recipe are listed in the description so check it out. ALSO please please don't count your macros! This video is not to tell you that you should be counting the amount of protein you're eating, or measuring anything out, this was purely done for your information to show how much protein you CAN get from plants. Eat intuitively and what makes you feel good, protein, carbs and fats included!

  2. Was at the grocery the other day and saw 1L jugs of maple syrup going for $17 CAD (11 EUR). Not sure what you guys typically pay for MS over there but here that is a really good price. Anyway, I thought of you and my heart broke. Wish I could send you all the maple syrups.

  3. Hello! Just to point out animals get protein from plants because they naturally have a different kind of intestinal flora (bacteria) and ruminate particularly have also anatomical differences (4 stomachs) that allow them to get more nutrients from plans: humans cannot do that. There is still plenty of plant protein that can be used and digested by humans; just your argument with the animals (herbivores) had a bit of a flaw… thanks for your videos!!!

  4. That sandwich looks so good! Clubhouses / BLT was my favourite before being vegan and I love doing similar type sandwiches now. We don't usually measure total protein (as you suggest, but I do like to check in once in a while to make sure we're on track). I tent to think of the Plant Plate and try for at least 2-3 legume servings a day to make sure we can get the complete protein range for our family.

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