Vegetarian Meal Prep By Marek Fitness No. 19

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Vegetarian Meal Prep By Marek Fitness No. 19


Low calorie vegetarian day


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Cacao coconut 5 grain porridge
8 strawberries
2 soft-boiled eggs


1 cup Greek yoghurt
1/3 cup blueberries


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Black bean edamame spaghetti


Pumpkin energy ball


Carrot sweet potato mash
1 cup mixed greens
1 cup steamed lentils


Pumpkin energy balls (4 servings)


½ cup pumpkin purée
4 pitted dates
1.5 cup oats
1 TP scoop WPI90 Rich Chocolate
2 TP scoops Organic Cacao
½ cup pumpkin seeds
¼ cup almonds
1 TP scoop Organic Cinnamon


  1. Using a blender or food processor ground the seeds, almonds and dates together

  2. In a large bowl combine seed/date mixture, protein, oats, cacao, cinnamon and pumpkin puree and mix well

  3. Store the mixture in the fridge for 20 minutes

  4. Spray your hands with olive oil spray

  5. Roll the mixture from the fridge in your hands forming balls (roughly 2 Tbsp of mixture per ball)

  6. Refrigerate again and serve cold

Black bean edamame spaghetti (4 servings)


225g black bean organic spaghetti
1 can of roasted tomatoes
3 tbsp sundried tomato pesto
1 cup steamed edamame
2 Tbsp parmesan cheese


  1. Cook spaghetti according to package directions, rinse and drain

  2. Put spaghetti back in the pan, add pesto, edamame, tomatoes and mix well

  3. Transfer to plate and top east serving with parmesan

Cacao coconut porridge (4 servings)


1.5 cups 5 grain cereal or multigrain porridge
2 TP scoops WPI90 Raw Coconut
2 TP scoops Organic Cacao powder
1 TP scoop Organic Cinnamon
1 cup almond milk


  1. Cook porridge per manufactures instructions

  2. Add protein, cinnamon, cacao and milk, mix well

  3. Separate into 4 portions and serve with your favourite fruit

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