Vegetarian Meal Prep with Marek Fitness no.14

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Pancakes, pasta, and protein! Who said meal prepping had to be boring? Check out the latest veggie meal plan

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Vegetarian Meal Prep with Marek Fitness no.14


  • 35-year-old male
  • Vegetarian
  • Working out 5 days a week
  • Plays Volleyball 2 hours a week
  • Weighs 93kg
  • This meal prep helps maintain roughy a 10 to 12% body fat level
  • 2 cheat meal a week


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Almond cottage cheese pancakes

Lunch #1
Black bean pasta salad

Chocolate Acai overnight oats

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Carrots, celery and capsicums with hummus
Cashews with 80% dark chocolate

Beauty of a salad
3 cups spinach
1/2 cup corn
1 cup Edamame
1 cup cherry tomatoes
1 cup broccoli
1.5 hard boiled egg
1/2 an avocado


Almond cottage cheese pancakes (2 servings)

3 eggs
1 cup Cottage cheese
1/3 cup almond flour
1 scoop True Protein Whey Isolate WPI90 French Vanilla
1/2 tsp. bicarbonate soda
1 tsp. vanilla extract

1. Mix wet ingredients in a bowl
2. Add dry ingredients and mix well
3. Make pancakes on a non-stick pan (1/4 cup measuring cup per pancake)

Chocolate Acai cashew overnight oats

3/4 cup oats
1 cup cashew milk
1/2 scoop True Protein Whey Isolate WPI90 Rich Chocolate
1 scoop True Protein Acai Powder
1/2 cup frozen or fresh berries
1/2 cup cashew yogurt

1. Mix oats, milk, protein and acai well in a mason jar
2. Top with berries and yoghurt, store in the fridge overnight

Black bean pasta salad (4 servings)

28g (dry weight) cooked black bean pasta
2 cups of cooked shelled Edamame
4 tbsp. basil pesto
2 tbsp nutritional yeast
1 packet of frozen mixed vegetables
1 cup black beans, corn and/or lentils
A pinch of your seasoning of choice

1. Mix all ingredients well in a large bowl
2. Transfer to plate and top each serving with nutritional yeast and celery (optional)

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