Vegetarian Slimming Meals

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Aginplease Thu 03-Oct-19 20:02:07

Im wanting to start slimming world again, its 2 years since I did it last time properly. I found it really easy last time being a meat eater, ive dipped in and out of it over the last year, but struggled with meal ideas now im vegetarian. Can anyone help me out please?

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Ricekrispie22 Sat 05-Oct-19 05:43:31

Quorn mince spag bol
Quorn mince chilli and rice
Chilli beans and rice
Low fat quorn sausages and mash
Macaroni cheese
Veggie burgers
Veggie curry
Shepherds pie
Tofu scramble

Springcleanish Sat 05-Oct-19 06:40:21

Veggie lasagne - roasted veg layer, spinach and tinned tomato layer and SW have a syn free quark and egg topping
All day breakfast, mushroom, poached egg, roast tomatoes, baked beans, spinach, sauté potato (syn free)
Risotto with butternut squash or green veg, or peppers and onions.
Spaghetti and roasted veg / quorn Bol / asparagus and broccoli
Roast dinner with Linda McCartney red onion and rosemary sausages
Veggie chilli with potato, onion, carrot, courgette, kidney beans, peppers, tomatoes, chilli, - whatever you like really, Chuck in slow cooker, tastes fab.
Veggie curries - lots of SW recipes

Groovee Sat 05-Oct-19 16:34:54

2 chubby cubs do a lovely slow cooker lentil Dahl.

Tippety Sat 05-Oct-19 16:38:44

Quorn is disgusting in my opinion, I'd stick to veg and pulses to bulk out a meal, or the veg based sausages and burgers. Just adapt recipes you used to enjoy, for example, chili con carne is veggie friendly if you just take the meat out, but is still filling and healthy if you use red kidney beans, onions, tinned tomatoes, courgette is nice in it as well, and rice.

InfiniteSheldon Sat 05-Oct-19 19:09:35

I love Quorn the mince makes amazing lasagna the pieces make lovely jambalaya and the crispy nuggets are to die for

Aginplease Sat 05-Oct-19 20:25:51

Thank you everyone , a few ideas to go off 😀

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