Vegetarian Meal Prep with Marek Fitness no. 7

True Protein Blog Avatar Fallback reviewed by our Nutrition Team 06 February 2018

Overnight oats and roast sweet potatoes? Sounds like another fantastic vegetarian meal prep!

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Vegetarian Meal Prep with Marek Fitness no. 7


I am a 35-year-old male vegetarian working out five days per week and play volleyball twice a week for two hours on average. I weigh around 93kg and with this meal prep I maintain roughly a 10 to 12% body fat level. I also allow myself to eat whatever meal I feel like twice a week, especially around leg day and back day.


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Chocolate and PB Overnight Oats with Blueberries

Lunch #1

Chickpea “meatballs” with red rice pasta and steamed veggies

Lunch #2

Seared/baked tofu with broccoli and roasted sweet potatoes




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Buffet style salad

meal prep


Overnight Oats

¾ cup oats

1 cup almond milk

½ scoop Choc and Peanut Butter True Protein WPI 90

1 tbsp flax seeds

½ cup blueberries

Baked Tofu


400g extra firm tofu

Pinch of salt and black pepper

2 tbsp barbeque sauce (optional)


Preheat oven to 205 degrees Celsius.

Drain and pat dry tofu.

Cut in roughly 2-cm cubes.

Place tofu cubes on a parchment paper lined baking sheet.

Sprinkle salt and pepper over it.

Bake for about 15 to 20 minutes.

Take out and place in a large bowl, add barbecue sauce and toss well to coat all tofu with the sauce.

Place it back on the baking sheet and bake for another 5 to 10 minutes.

Roasted Sweet Potatoes


900g sweet potatoes

Pinch of salt and black pepper

½ tsp of paprika

1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil


1. Pre-heat oven to 205°C.

2. Clean and cut in roughly 2cm wedges.

3. In a large bowl mix wedges with spices and olive oil.

4. Place the potatoes on an olive oil-sprayed baking sheet.

5. Roast for about 45 minutes depending on the thickness of wedges.

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