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6 Easy Meatless Meals Under 400 Calories 1. VEGETARIAN TOFU CASHEW COCONUT CURRY | AMBITIOUS KITCHEN. Cauliflower, sweet potatoes, red pepper and carrots are 2. LENTILS AND BRUSSELS SPROUTS | IMAGELICIOUS. Keep things simple with this 8-ingredient vegetarian dish from 3. HARVEST WILD RICE. These healthy meals under 400 calories make meal planning a breeze. Browse our complete collection of low calorie recipes on Cooking Light.

It’s easy to keep track of what you eat when you build a strong portfolio of delicious low-calorie meals. 6 Easy Meatless Meals Under 400 Calories | MyFitnessPal. There’s never a bad time to focus on eating more vegetables — whether you want to go completely meatless or not. These recipes highlight various.

Making these 50 skinny dinner recipes under 400 calories a part of your evenings for the next 30 days will help you do just that. You won’t need to put in any additional effort at all! We’ve done the work for you! These skinny dinners under 400 calories just might change your life. 50 Skinny Dinner Recipes Under 400 Calories.

If you’re following a low-calorie diet, you’re likely looking for easy, packable lunches that are flavorful and satisfying while still falling within your calorie budget. Not only do these recipes have fewer than 400 calories per serving, but they also happen to be vegetarian — great for anyone who doesn’t eat meat, or if you’re. 400 calorie meal recipes 31 Recipes Healthy, delicious and under 400 calories – discover our highest-rated, calorie-counted dishes including meat, fish and veggie options for every taste.

Don’t get stuck in a meal rut! These 12 flavorful vegetarian dishes are all less than 400 calories, so they’re ideal for weight management. And they can all be prepared vegan when you’re eating 100-percent plant-based. (TIP: A plant-centered approach to eating can play a role in reducing risk for heart disease, cancer and much more). It can be hard to count your calories all day long, and it’s discouraging to learn that your earlier meals may not have left a whole lot of wiggle room for your dinner. Luckily, we have 40 recipes that will all make for delicious, filling family meals under 400 calories per serving!

1. Cheesy Twice-Baked Potatoes and Broccoli Casserol. Make one of our healthy vegetarian recipes for a colourful, low-calorie midweek meal. Our low-calorie vegetarian dishes make healthy, meat-free eating really easy (you can make them for dinner if following the 5:2 diet).Try vegetarian curry recipes, quick vegetarian pasta dishes and low-calorie one pots.

We also have vegetarian salad recipes. 300-Calorie Vegetarian Recipes 300-Calorie Vegetarian Recipes. July 26, 2016 Pin.

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Even though I will be eating mostly low-calorie vegetables, I still want to consume at least 600 calories in this meal.

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[Two large salads combined would likely contain not more than 1,000 calories: 600 from two avocados and up to 400 from vegetables—DG]

“The 80/10/10 Diet: Balancing Your Health, Your Weight, and Your LIfe One Luscious Bite at a Time” by Douglas Graham
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Lemon Broccoli 1 bunch broccoli, chopped 1/2 lemon 2 Tbspvegetable oil 1 Tbspolive oil 3 cloves fresh garlic, minced 1 cup tofu, sliced into bite size pieces (optional) salt and pepper Heat a skillet to medium high.

“The Bible Diet: 40 Days to Cleanliness” by Rosemary Sue Ellis
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For this salad, use two to three chopped, hard-boiled, pastured eggs, a half to a whole avocado, two to three strips cooked and crumbled bacon (organic and pastured), one small tomato, one scallion, a half tablespoon diced almonds or walnuts, half a red onion, and romaine or butter leaf lettuce.

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That’s a lot for a vegetable-based entrée.

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138 Vegetarian intakes are 8–10 percent of calories, and vegan intakes are 4–7percent.

“Becoming Raw: The Essential Guide to Raw Vegan Diets” by Brenda Davis, Vesanto Melina
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For vegetables, I’ll steam or sauté some frozen or fresh vegetables and make a big salad that I can portion out for a few days.

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3| Top tortillas with lettuce and then spread tofu mixture evenly over each lettuce leaf.

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Accelerated dinner option: Any stir-fried entrée with meat (protein), sauce (fat), and vegetables (carb), including nuts (fat), such as cashew chicken, or beef and broccoli or Szechuan shrimp.

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For example, combine 1⁄4 to 1⁄3 cup cooked, chopped, drained, fresh or frozen spinach or broccoli with the cheese mixture.

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  • Where the hell is honey vegan
    Oh…now i see the egg and immediately check and then i realize, it’s not a vegan video…. Sorry y’all ��

  • I lost over 20lbs in two months. Just visit a website called NextLevelDiet, choose the foods you like and they will provide you with 30-DAY diet plan and training plan. Finally I got my six pack:D

  • One cup of this, one cup of that. And what to do with the many leftover ingredients? That’s no way to cook. I need recipes where I can use full cans and then have the rest of the ingredients balanced with that. Fine with me if that is then for 6 or 8 persons. Some of us will eat it twice then. Since tofu just tastes like plastic, I’m not too impressed here.

  • Why do you not state the name of the food first? This way I can skip if I don’t care for it…no reason to withhold the name till the end.

  • Looks great. Have you ever had the Amy’s organic Harvest Bowl? I love it but can’t figure out how to completely replicate. Has quinoa, pinto beans, sweet potato, kale, tofu but can’t get the flavoring right.

  • Just recently found your channel and binged watched a bunch of your videos. Hit subscribed and still watching. Learning new recipes and love how you also share the recipes in the description box as well. Thanks for sharing and keep posting.

  • So delicious �� you’re amazing I enjoy eating plant base I have loss 185 pounds in the last 8 months eating 90% plant base my 10% is my African food that I super love �� but only eat it Saturdays

  • I really don’t understand why you are still using those old pictures as thumbnails. it is misleading and has nothing to do with your new videos, which promote under-eating

  • I love the fact that the recipes are for one serving most of the time.
    I’m not a big fan of eating multiple times the same meal so it’s good for me.
    Keep on the good work and thank you for these videos

  • Hi Hannah, thank you for these videos! I love that these recipes have tons of simple ingredients that I already have around the house. I will be eating this all tomorrow. Can’t wait to try the soup!

  • Some time age my friends advertised to me how wonderful vegan cooking is and there are ‘hundereds’ of recepies on yt to check.

    So i am trying it. However, i encountered some very, VERY frustrating shit.

    See, most of recepies have either tofu or beans. I hate tofu, my wife hate beans. If you subtract any recepies with either tofu or beans… these advertised ‘hundreds’ turn to shy handful.

    Next isue, there is like few dozen videos about vegetarian dinners on yt but most of them repeat from each other. And each and every fucking of these video shows me stir fry or broccoli tofu. And every thing that tries to pretend to be ‘meat’ use beans

    I’m done with this shit.

    Anybody can give me some advice with what i can replace beans or tofu?

  • Why are every one of these vegan and vegetarian videos so similar. Like similar type of dishes? I’m a vegetarian. Have been for 18 years now. I can make alot of variety other than just tofu or moods or try to imitate a job vegetarian dish

  • Guys! I made the vegan chili last night and it’s absolutely BOMB! I haven’t had chili in years since becoming vegan and it is SO good! I recommend cooking it in a crock pot over night or through out the day so the veggies become very soft and soak up the deliciousness. �� that’s what I did and it’s to die for!

  • All these are labor intensive and have too much ingredients, some of them hard to find. So i have respect for vegans for this, they choose the hard way to remain ethic

  • Only prob with most of these recipes. Onion/Garlic and Black Beans trigger my IBS symptoms pushing me back towards chicken and rice

  • Why are they throwing away half the vegetables? Stir-fry eggs? Why on Earth are they throwing the Salmon in boiling water? Sous Vide it or marinated it and grill it, at least that way it has some flavor.

  • I used to be vegetarian but I was lazy and didn’t find the right meals for protein. I eat meat now, but it’s only chicken and seafood. I don’t plan to ever go back to beef, pork, etc. though, they grossed me out 100x more than chicken lol. But I still prefer vegetarian meals when I have the option, so I’ll try these:)

  • Now I’m feeling strong because I got 3kg of lean muscle in 1 month. I only visited website called Next Level Diet and they provided me with diet plan, training plan with amazing tips. Believe me!!! #*Next Level Diet*

  • Hi Hannah! Do you have an amazon link? I am looking for the juicer you shared not to long ago, I think you said it was around $90? Do you still think it works well?

  • Yes!!! I loved the ice-cream! �� I’ve been looking for new sweet treats and this hit the spot! I added granola, hemp seeds and protein powder and added some ingredients I have never used before to my grocery list! I am definitely a new subscriber!! Thank you! Keep those food videos coming!!

  • Hi there, guys and dolls. A question. Starting this new way of eating. Does everything have to be organic? Seasoning etc? Help this gal out!��

  • I think that more and more people are getting environment conscious and that’s great.

    Stop buying all my green squash though seriously. People at the end of the world be like buying pasta, TP, ice cream, and MY green squash!

  • Hey Hannah! �� I love your videos. Thanks for the tip on the smoothie bowlsletting my frozen fruit defrost for just a few minutes really helped me. Also, if you want to create nice balls of your dragonfruit, use a melon baller. I do that and it works great.

  • Hi Hannah, I’d like some advice, I don’t do alot of exercise but make very health vegan based meals and try to drink 3L water as that’s what my body need but sometime I find I haven’t some of the days and then get cramps. I want this to be my lifestyle. Can you tell me a very simple story of how you change your lifestyle from your weight to now? Was it 3 meals a day and 4 half an hour of exercise a day? Or? Is this video you typical meals and how often do you exercise? I just don’t know where to start and I am feel discouraged by all that’s out there. I worry that my protein sizes are to small but as I eat alot of veg I think I need high volume for more Cals. Your protein sizes are the same as mine. I would appreciate a little answer please, if you have a moment.

  • Hi, your the best great dishes, I love my meats but nothing wrong with cutting back on meat,helps clean the bodily system to some extended longevity. Many thx, Many blessings all the best��������and be safe��✌

  • hey guysi see a lot of use of tofu here, and tofu is curdled soy milki just wanna say be careful of eating/drinking soy products. Soy is packed with estrogen-like compounds called isoflavones. that can encourage different types of cancer, infertility, and different thyroid problems. Personally i use chickpea Tofu

  • As far as I can tell, you don’t have a Twitter presence (though rascals use your handle), so I couldn’t share this with you there, but I wanted you to see it. Someone asked my who my favorite YouTuber was. My answer:

    @Casey for production style;
    @AnnaAkana for beauty, spirit, & humor;
    @migrationology for global culinary travel;
    @emmymadeinjapan for in-kitchen eclecticism, smarts, adventure, & humor, also her bees & chx;
    High Carb Hannah for her brave & great achievements w/diet & exercise.

  • How long did it take you to lose that weight and did you exercise as well? I’m asking as my body is the same as your before body, I’m 42 years old and interested in turning vegan for alot if reasons and one of them is weight loss. Thanks. Hi from Australia ☀️

  • I made the wild rice soup! Well, I didnt have rice so I replaced that with quinoa and farro, but I followed everything else exactly. It turned out so delicious. Thank you for the recipe!!

  • Question… I’m not normally hungry in the morning I don’t normally get hungry till around 1 is that ok or should I make myself eat in the morning like a smoothie or something?

  • Love your ideas but GARLIC is a medicine and for people who are on certain meds will get really sick and possibly other side effects, this is coming from a Chef of 40 years so I hope you think about how much to use. Take care

  • Hey Hannah. Have you tried adding cauliflower to your berry smoothies? Lowers calorie density, adds a veg and best of all you cant taste it.

    Give it a try. Its a game changer.

  • The video doesnt give any info, like how much protein are we talking? Because most vegetarian “high protein” meals I’ve seen have like 10-15g of protein and that’s not nearly enough for me.

  • Diet plan from NextLevelDiet is so simple that everyone can follow it. No buzzwords, no bullsh*t, no pussyfooting. Only clear directions and instructions. Losing fat is easier than ever.

  • I love your videos… but every time but I need to eat a lot to feel satisfied…
    I have a question
    I saw a video and I wanna to know if was you… https://youtu.be/8UTkoIrVlm4

  • Thanks Hannah!! I just came across your videos yesterday and they are so helpful!! I purchased your ebook and yesterday was day one….the food is amazing!! I am still trying to wrap my head around it all….I come from ALL THE PROTEIN with weight training…totally different mindset. However, meat has been grossing me out lately so I really wanted to give this a go! Please keep posting and sharing…you are so genuine! ��

  • I have always linked word ‘diet’ with starvation, until I discoverd website *Next Level Diet*. With their diet plan, I am never hungry and I am still losing weight. Amazing!!!

  • That SMOOTHIE bowl yum! �� New vegan youtuber here, you’ve really inspired my vegan journey Hannah and now I want to share my progress and help others too!

  • Happy to see new content on this subject matter but it was very hard to listen with her nose stuffed. I feel for her, super annoying problem! Hope it clears up soon!!!

  • Your Videos are Mark As “Creative Commons”. Which means that you are allowing anyone to reuse your videos on youtube or any video network. I am just checking to see if you are aware that your videos are Mark As Creative Commons. Is it OK for me to reuse your videos on my youtube, vimeo or other video networks? Larry Kearney

  • I note most dont realize the true season in the garlic,onions, peppers, bay leaves. With those ingredients when extracted you dont need to many sodium seasons add that blots you raise blood pressure and dehydrates.

  • I’m a meat eater and meat eaters shove their views down your throat wayyy more than vegetarians and vegans. I think it’s a lot of meat eaters who are sensitive little bitches

  • I am a hunter/fisherman, so obviously i eat meat. But i only eat what meat i myself or my family have harvested. So if a hunt or fishing trip is unsuccessful then too bad, no meat for dinner. Out of curiosity I’ve tried alot of vegitarian or vegan dishes in the last year and most of them are absolutely fantastic. Except tofu, i just dont like the texture.

  • Hi Hannah. I just started Dr. McDougals starch solution a few weeks ago. I’m happy but the weight loss is very slow. Could you share how much you lost on a weekly or monthly basis? Have you ever done a video about that? Thanks so much. Love your channel ����

  • it is so nice to keep motivated and doing exercises all the time but its so hard here an easy way to lose weight so fast without any pain its like you sleep and wake up thin lol you can find the infos here [email protected] gmail.com

  • I consider myself a meat eater although I haven’t partook in a while. Having alternatives like this rather than eating meat every day is not only sensible but for some it could extend your life warding off unnecessary and avoidable illnesses. It’s funny how there’s no medical data showing how eating too many vegetables can have a negative impact on your health. The same cannot be said for the latter. Something to think about.

  • Guys I know these are expensive but these are insanely healthy but if u take a close look at these, just ditch the snacks and soda and other unhealthy stuff that u buy and if u focus on only buying these, you’ll still have money left lol!

  • here’s the nutritional value of each recipe enjoy:)
    Vegetable salad recipe
    Servings per container: 1
    Calories: 210 (Calories from fat 60)
    Total fat: 6g (Daily value 9%)
    Saturated Fat: 2g (Daily value 10%)
    Trans fat: 0g
    Cholesterol: 185mg (Daily value 62%)
    Sodium: 250mg (Daily value 10%)
    Total carbohydrate: 19g (Daily value 6%)
    Dietary Fiber: 6g (Daily value 24%)
    Sugar: 9g
    Protein: 21g
    Vegetable salad with salmon
    Servings per container: 1
    Calories 290 (Calories from fat 130)
    Total fat: 12g (Daily value 18%)
    Saturated fat: 3.5g (Daily value 18%)
    Trans fat: 0g
    Cholesterol: 60mg (Daily value 20%)
    Sodium: 85mg (Daily value 4%)
    Total carbohydrate: 14g (Daily value 5%)
    Dietary Fiber: 3g (Daily value 12%)
    Sugar: 8g
    Protein: 25g
    Shrimp quinoa recipe
    Servings per container: 1
    Calories: 310 (Calories from fat 70)
    Total fat: 7g (Daily value 11%)
    Saturated fat: 1g (Daily value 5%)
    Trans fat: 0g
    Cholesterol: 185mg (Daily value 62%)
    Sodium: 150mg (Daily value 6%)
    Total carbohydrate: 32g (Daily value 11%)
    Dietary Fiber: 6g (Daily value 24%)
    Sugar: 6g
    Protein: 31g
    Chicken salad with avocado
    Servings per container: 1
    Calories 340 (Calories from fat 110)
    Total fat: 12g (Daily value 18%)
    Saturated fat: 2.5g (Daily value 13%)
    Trans fat: 0g
    Cholesterol: 95mg (Daily value 32%)
    Sodium: 100mg (Daily value 4%)
    Total carbohydrate: 20g (Daily value 7%)
    Dietary Fiber: 5g (Daily value 20%)
    Sugar: 6g
    Protein: 39g
    Turkey chilli
    Servings per container: 1
    Calories 410 (Calories from fat 120)
    Total fat: 13g (Daily value 20%)
    Saturated fat: 3g (Daily value 15%)
    Trans fat: 0g
    Cholesterol: 85mg (Daily value 28%)
    Sodium: 290mg (Daily value 12%)
    Total carbohydrate: 33g (Daily value 11%)
    Dietary Fiber: 9g (Daily value 36%)
    Sugar: 11g
    Protein: 41g
    Chickpea and tuna salad
    Servings per container: 1
    Calories: 210 (Calories from fat 60)
    Total fat: 6g (Daily value 9%)
    Saturated fat: 2g (Daily value 10%)
    Trans fat: 0g
    Cholesterol: 185mg (Daily value 62%)
    Sodium: 250mg (Daily value 10%)
    Total carbohydrate: 19g (Daily value 6%)
    Dietary Fiber: 6g (Daily value 24%)
    Sugar: 9g
    Protein: 21g

  • Your recipes look delicious! I am a little bit disappointed though, because you went from eating a lot of protein during some time (including protein powder) to not even having one serving of legumes in this and the (I think) previous video. I am afraid, I don´t like that very much, nutrition-wise. Anyway, still enjoy watching your Videos and looking for inspiration:)

  • I looked at a Youtube video regarding a site Tricktok and I used it and was surprised when it really worked. I got thousands of followers more in in just a couple hours.

  • Hello, How long did the bloating stop when you started being a vegan? I am so gassy these days especially that I am at home all the time. I can really pay attention on what’s happening to my body.

    Any tips? ��

  • Watched this video yesterday and have made 2 smoothie bowls since! I’m been in a slump and eating A LOT of processed foods and now I’m inspired and actually excited to start eating healthy again! Planing on making both the lunch and dinner recipes this weekend (:

  • I’ve watched a few of these and like the recipes but the music is so annoying to the point that I’m going to avoid this channel just because I can’t stand the music lol.

  • What happened to the “chunky” girl in the thumbnail hoping to see more of her.
    The human body is carnivorous we need meat, chickens love to eat fresh vegetables and cows can eat the grains.

  • I got my diet plan from NextLevelDiet and lost 2kg in just 10 days. So far, so good. Can’t wait to see numbers on scale after 20 more days. I am so excited about this.

  • If you want to lose 20kg like I did, you need to visit website *Next Level Diet*. They provided me with 30 days plan meal, training plan, fitness tips and healthy recipes. Visit their site and transfrom your body!!!

  • Stop wasting your time on calculating every
    single calorie. Visit NextLevelDiet and check your calorie intake for
    You can choose any kinds of fruits, nuts, vegetables and meats and get
    personalized meal plan which contains only food you like.

  • Don’t peel the skin from cucumbers and carrots…. tons of nutrients in the skin. And keep the broccoli stalk. Just chop it small.

  • Can we try to make vegan food without mushrooms maybe or is they like a must…..�� do 10 vegan recipes for mushrooms haters and I will go vegan for 24/30 days