3 Vegan Meal Prep Breakfast Ideas

Vegan Breakfast Ideas - Food On The Go We know that breakfast is the meal that people skip the most, so why not meal prep for the week ahead? We’ve compiled three vegan meal prep breakfast ideas to inspire you to start your day in the right way - with so much energy for the day ahead! Avocado Toast Avocado toast is very easy to make and simply delicious! Avocados are not...

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Olde English Bacon Casserole

Many years ago, this used to be called ‘boiled beef and carrots’ – but it was never beef, always bacon! This casserole is really hearty, a little heavy on the calories and carbs but you can always balance that with other lower calorie and carb dishes throughout the day. You can either make it with leftover bacon joint (such as at Christmas) or in this case, we have used unsmoked bacon lardons. Whichever way, it’s a tasty meal! Much of the liquid will be absorbed and reduced, so don’t worry if it looks a lot to start with.

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Ranchers Sausage and Bean Casserole

One for the whole family, or a great meal to give to the children if they have a group of friends round. Try to use some flavoured sausages as a variation to the normal pork ones, adds more flavour to this dish – ones such as pork and leek, pork and caramelised onion etc. Or go bold and use chorizo style with more spices contained in the sausages

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Quick and Easy Greek Meatball Casserole

You can buy readymade mini meatballs in supermarkets these days but making your own is more fun and tastier! You need about 6 small meatballs per person for this, but we have cut down the time for the overall recipe by using sofrito sauce in a jar and just adding a few bits to it to make it so much tastier. We have also added a little pasta in the form of broken up spaghetti, just to make the dish more filling if required. You don’t have to if you don’t want to!

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Easy One Pot Beef Casserole

This recipe is a batch cook, so if you work strange hours like a night shift, you can just go straight to your freezer and take out a portion, defrost and reheat, and you are ready to go. Packed with protein and relatively low in fat and carbs, you won’t feel bloated or sleepy after you eat. The spices provide a delicious smoky flavour to the dish.

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