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Here are 71 budget vegan Slimming World recipes the whole family wth enjoy. Most can be frozen or cooked before you need them by Laura at Savings 4 Savvy Mums #veganfood #SlimmingWorld #SavingMoney #veganrecipes #vegan

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Delicious & Healthy Slimming World Vegan Meals on a Budget

Is it possible to go vegan on Slimming World and save money? The answer to that is yes! We still aren’t fully vegan ourselves. We’re getting there. Like most modern families we started our vegan journey later in life so we’re slowly moving away from meat and dairy to a more sustainable way of living.

It’s a slow process but one that the family are slowly embracing. 

Add in Slimming World and a very limited budget and shopping starts to become a headache. Filling up your weekly meal plan becomes harder as you’re trying to think of vegan meals that are also Slimming World friendly. If this sounds like you then our 71 Slimming World vegan recipes in this post is going to be for you. 

 

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If you find meal planning hard then come join our Facebook group Money Saving Mums and get access to The Resource Vault with access to over 15+ money saving printables. This includes our easy slow cooker meals meal plan, available exclusively to subscribers!

Everything is included from budget planners to meal plans and pre-made shopping lists plus a link to our Money Saving Mums Facebook group!

We want to take the headache out of trying to think up meal ideas while trying to save money for your family. You don’t have to be vegan to enjoy all these meal ideas either.

By just not buying as much meat or dairy you could not only be saving the planet but also saving money too. Soya or almond milk comes in cartons and is cheap at the budget supermarkets. Shops like Aldi and Lidi are also brining in their own range of dairy free and vegan products so don’t think that you have to switch back to a bigger supermarket. 

If you’re near the start of your money saving journey then here are 16 top tips to help your family get used to the idea of saving money while food shopping and how to start your money saving journey:

  1.  Set boundaries – let everyone pick a meal to fill up your meal plan. Use our Slimming World vegan list below to help and takes the thinking time out of it.

       2. Talk about it – remind everyone in the family why you all need to be saving money. Have a goal like a family holiday or a big day out. Have your progress pinned up on the fridge so that everyone can see your progress. It becomes almost a game on who can save more money during the month.

       3. Don’t over talk it – banging on about what the kids can’t have isn’t going to make them want to save money. Remind them what they can have or encourage them to sell something old so they can buy something new.

       4. Make a snack station – if your kids thrive on snacks like mine then set out their snacks for the whole day. That way they can pick when they eat them but when they are gone they are gone!

       5. Educate the family – it’s mega awkward and will make you cringe but lay your cards on the table with the kids. Even younger ones like ours get that mummy needs to save money so that they can do all the fun things they love doing. We play a board game called Pay Day. It’s a great way to show kids how quickly money can be spent. 

      6. Start with sweet things – it’s hard but being on a budget means that some of the sweet things have to go. Making them instead can save you money. Can everyone switch to a lower brand or have them less to help the saving top up?

     7. Cut everything into shapes – this works wonders for younger kids! Everything goes from fruit to sandwiches. 

     8. Keep it simple – saving money doesn’t have to be hard. Buy food that you all like but start at the bottom brand wise and make your way up. Nine times out of ten the kids won’t even notice that they aren’t eating branded items. 

      9. Create your own duct table reusable lunch bags. Great for picnics and weekends out. 

     10. Be prepared – saving money doesn’t mean extra work. You can make sandwiches the night before and prepare meals in a slow cooker or cut vegetables before you need them. There’s nothing like coming home to a meal ready and waiting for you. 

     11. Join our FREE saving money help in our Money Saving Mums Facebook group. Our safe community of parents are all in the same boat as you. Becoming debt free isn’t easy but together we can all help each other.

    12. Use money managing apps like Plum to keep your shopping bill under control. Using an app like Plum* can really help you keep your money in check.

 Plum* can help you build up your savings while showing you exactly where your money is going. You can link all your accounts to it. It’s very transparent! It’s free to use and perfect if you prefer all your knowledge in one place.

    13. Join our FREE six-week money saving course that can help you save up to £300 a month. Come join us now!

    14. Go through all your bills and check you’re on the best deal. This should be done at least every 6 months. We all know we should be doing it regularly and it really can save you money.

If the whole idea fills you with dread then have a look at Bulb*. They make switching really simple, promote going green and also offer you a bonus when you switch.

   15. We recently swapped to Bulb* and saved over £100. You can get a quote here and find out how much you could save. It costs nothing to find out

   16. Use cashbacks if you shop online for anything. We recommend Quidco* and Swagbucks*. You get money off whenever you shop online through their sites which can really come in handy. It doesn’t cost you a penny to use them. If you make a purchase through their site you receive the money. It’s that simple!

We use Quidco*for cashback on things like insurance and day to day shopping. Join Quidco* today and get a £10 cashback bonus when you make your first purchase. Swagbucks* is great for earning free gift cards and cash when you do normal things online like watching videos, searching the web and answering survey questions. 

Slimming World vegan recipes

Slimming World meals are great for the whole family. Not only are they good for you but they the kids a good basis on what moderation eating really means. Nothing is a huge no. It’s all about eating right 98% of the time and having little treats to say well done. 

The below 71 Slimming World vegan meal ideas cover all meals except snacks. All can be made on a budget and are family-friendly and easy to make. 

If you’re looking for more vegan meal ideas then please check out these posts below: 

51 Quick Vegan Meals on a Budget 

21 Vegan Breakfast Ideas For The Whole Family On A Budget

If you’re looking for more Slimming World meal ideas then have a look at:

Aldi Slimming World Shopping List

69 Slimming World Packed Lunch Ideas

Budget Slimming World Meal Plan: 75 Slimming World Vegetarian Recipes That The Whole Family Will Enjoy

Slimming World vegan recipes

These family meal ideas mean that you can use these every week to fill your meal planner up and not have to think. Make sure you print off our FREE meal planner to by joining our Resource Vault. 

You can also print these off at the bottom of this post for free. 

Vegan Breakfast Ideas

1. Vegan pancakes

2. Quinoa porridge

3. Tomato bruscetta

4. Fruit salad with overnight oats

5. Guacamole toast

6. Oatmeal waffles

7. Chickpea omlette

8. Baked granola bars

9. Breakfast sandwich

10. French toast

11. Banana nut oat meal 

12.  Frittata

13. Fry up 

14. Breakfast muffins

Vegan Lunch Ideas

15. Falafel

16. Quinoa salad

17. Tofu tacos

18. Chickpea salad

19. Bean vegetable soup

20. Vegetable couscous 

21. Carrot & coriander soup

22. Vegetable tagine

23. Burritos 

24. Spicy rice

25. Chickpea sub sandwich 

26. Spicy noodles with homemade hosin sauce

27. One pot casserole 

28. Satay curry

29. Courgette risotto

30. Vegetable tarts

31. Butternut risotto

32. Parsnip soup

33. Beetroot and garlic soup

34. Lentil soup

35. Chickpea and tomato soup

36. Cauliflower soup with roasted carrots

37. Carrot and bean soup

38. Sweetcorn and leak soup

39. Butternut squash and brown rice curried soup

40. Pumpkin soup

41. Sweet potato and carrot soup

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Vegan Dinner Ideas

42. Stir fry 

43. Stuffed sweet potatoes

44. Red thai curry 

45. Lemon Fettuccine Alfredo

46. Portobello fajitas

47. Tofu steak burger

48. Quesadillas

49. Sweet potato burgers

50. Saag Aloo

51. Coconut curry 

52. Vegan meatball marinara

53. Avocado pasta

54. Salt and pepper Tofu

55. Homemade pizza

56. Pasta Alfredo vegan-style

57. One pot puttanesca

58. Black bean curry

59. Lentil dhal

60. Syn free roasted potatoes, parsnips and carrots with grilled courgette

61. Syn free vegetable and bean soup

62. Vegan lentil dumplings

63. Creamy coconut mushroom lentils

64. 5 spice chickpeas

65. Syn free peri peri rice

66. Coconut vegetable curry

67. One pot yellow pasta

68. Squash curry

69. Tomato pasta

70. Lentil Bolognese

71. Lentils and spinach hot pot

Remember that a lot of these can be cook before hand and frozen for another day. It’s really easy to spice these up or down by using what you have in your kitchen cupboards as well.

None of these need to cost you earth. By buying as much as possible frozen, even the vegetables means that you only have to grab the amount you need. 

Don’t forgot your slow cooker too. We use ours weekly when we know that we are going to be out and about without time to cook a good meal. 

Laura x

If you enjoyed this post and would like some more family friendly budget recipes or meal plan ideas, then head over to the budget food section here on Savings 4 Savvy Mums where you’ll find over 30 cheap posts dedicated to helping you cook and shop wiser for less. There’s enough tips to help you save over £300 a month! You could also pop over and follow my family food Pinterest boards for lots more ideas on how to eat well and spend less; Family Meal Plans on a Budget, Budget Family MealsBudget Slimming World Recipes for Families

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71 Budget Vegan Slimming World Recipes for the Whole Family

The below 71 Slimming World vegan meal ideas cover all meals except snacks. All can be made on a budget and are family-friendly and easy to make. 

Vegan Breakfast Ideas

1. Vegan pancakes

2. Quinoa porridge

3. Tomato bruscetta

4. Fruit salad with overnight oats

5. Guacamole toast

6. Oatmeal waffles

7. Chickpea omlette

8. Baked granola bars

9. Breakfast sandwich

10. French toast

11. Banana nut oat meal 

12.  Frittata

13. Fry up 

14. Breakfast muffins

Vegan Lunch Ideas

15. Falafel

16. Quinoa salad

17. Tofu tacos

18. Chickpea salad

19. Bean vegetable soup

20. Vegetable couscous 

21. Carrot & coriander soup

22. Vegetable tagine

23. Burritos 

24. Spicy rice

25. Chickpea sub sandwich 

26. Spicy noodles with homemade hosin sauce

27. One pot casserole 

28. Satay curry

29. Courgette risotto

30. Vegetable tarts

31. Butternut risotto

32. Parsnip soup

33. Beetroot and garlic soup

34. Lentil soup

35. Chickpea and tomato soup

36. Cauliflower soup with roasted carrots

37. Carrot and bean soup

38. Sweetcorn and leak soup

39. Butternut squash and brown rice curried soup

40. Pumpkin soup

41. Sweet potato and carrot soup

Vegan Dinner Ideas

42. Stir fry 

43. Stuffed sweet potatoes

44. Red thai curry 

45. Lemon Fettuccine Alfredo

46. Portobello fajitas

47. Tofu steak burger

48. Quesadillas

49. Sweet potato burgers

50. Saag Aloo

51. Coconut curry 

52. Vegan meatball marinara

53. Avocado pasta

54. Salt and pepper Tofu

55. Homemade pizza

56. Pasta Alfredo vegan-style

57. One pot puttanesca

58. Black bean curry

59. Lentil dhal

60. Syn free roasted potatoes, parsnips and carrots with grilled courgette

61. Syn free vegetable and bean soup

62. Vegan lentil dumplings

63. Creamy coconut mushroom lentils

64. 5 spice chickpeas

65. Syn free peri peri rice

66. Coconut vegetable curry

67. One pot yellow pasta

68. Squash curry

69. Tomato pasta

70. Lentil Bolognese

71. Lentils and spinach hot pot