You don't need animal products to create a balanced diet. Here's how you can create a week's worth of vegan recipes that are delicious, healthy and full of all the protein and nutrients you need.

Watch our instructional video below and view a full-priced grocery list with a week's worth of vegan recipes included.

We assume that the average person has a pantry with common foods/ingredients in stock. Below is our pantry list of items we thought you might already have (and not included in the total price). Depending on your pantry, total prices may vary.

Pantry list:
Sea salt + black pepper
Olive oil
Coconut oil
Chili flakes
Paprika
Ginger powder
Garlic powder
Flour (we used chickpea flour)
Flax meal
Chia seeds
Hemp seeds
Walnuts
1 can pinto beans (other beans would also work if you don't have this specific kind)
1 lemon



For a full list of recipes shown in the video click here.

Grocery list:
2 zucchini - $3
3 lb bag carrots - $2.50
2 onions - $3
1 head garlic - $3
2 roma tomatoes - $1.50
1 spaghetti squash - $4
1 butternut squash - $4
1 750 ml coconut yogurt - $7
2 packs sliced mushrooms - $4
1 small package baby kale - $3.50
1 green pepper - $1.50
1 jalapeno - $0.25
1 avocado - $1.50
2 russet potatoes - $1
2 bananas - $1
1 bunch thyme - $2
1 bunch rosemary - $2
1 bunch basil - $2
1 can diced tomatoes - $2
2 cups raw cashews - $7
1 can sliced black olives - $2
2 cups raw almonds - $4
1 small bag rolled oats - $3.25
1 can coconut milk - $1.5
1 bag frozen pineapple - $3
1/2 cup dry cranberries - $1
15 dates - $2
1 small bag pumpkin seeds - $5
1 500 ml maple syrup - $6
1 package tortilla - $4
1 small bag brown rice - $3
1/4 cup turmeric - $2

Grand total - $92.50

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