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These 21 Day Fix Vegetarian Meal Plan recipes are perfect for your healthy lifestyle! The delicious vegetarian recipes I’ve gathered in this post will help you avoid meat and still eat a wide variety of meat-free recipes.

The 21 Day Fix can be difficult to plan for even without any other dietary restrictions, which is why I’ve assembled a full 12 days of meal ideas that take into consideration that some of you may want to avoid meat. I’ve tried to work protein into your snacks and breakfasts to help make sure you have plenty of great options to keep you going.

You can make all of these recipes or just pick a few–these days are not planned out according to containers. If you’re looking for a 21 Day Fix meal plan for specific container brackets, I recommend these Easy Meal Plans.

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These 21 Day Fix recipes are great for a Vegetarian meal plan because each recipe has container counts calculated for you AND they have no animal products. It takes all of the guess work out of it for those of us who are looking for 21 Day Fix options as well as vegetarian options.

A few notes about doing the 21 Day Fix program as a Vegetarian:

  • There are two ways to do the Fix as a Vegetarian. I’ve seen success both ways, and encourage you to try both to see what works best for you:
  • Follow the vegan diet plan, but occasionally use a red for animal protein.
  • Eat according to the regular plan, using your reds for vegan protein, and instead of using your yellows for things lower on the food list (rice cakes, tortillas, bread) use them for only items higher up on the food list (sweet potatoes, quinoa, beans) to keep the most nutrients you can in your diet.
  • Pay attention to what goes into your yellow containers. Instead of using them for items lower on the food list, you’re going to want to eat from higher up. Since lots of the yellow container foods on the regular plan are now red container foods for you, it’s a place where you could be losing out on some nutrition.
  • Don’t forget that portion control is still the focus, just like any other weight loss program.

As someone with a background in Nutrition, I have some strong opinions about how to be Vegetarian on the Fix.

I love that Beachbody separates the grains on the 21 Day Fix vegan meal plan into two categories–this is so important and other mainstream diets don’t do this. Eating quinoa as a vegan isn’t the same as eating bread, for example. The yellow a and yellow b lists make so much sense to me.

My main issue with the Vegan food list is that almost all of the proteins are processed (looking at you veggie burger requirements). As someone who eats plant based (I don’t eat tofu, tempeh, other meat substitutes, or processed foods) I struggle a bit with the Vegan Fix and finding complete proteins. I’ve had to play with my portions a bit to find enough protein and it’s not quite as cut and dry as Beachbody makes it seem.

Vegan foods doesn’t mean processed foods. For me, eating Vegan means focusing on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes – healthy foods that fill me up.

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If you’re looking to make your own Fix meal plan, I have a Portion Fix Meal Plan Template that auto updates and make it so easy!

Portion Fix / 21 Day Fix Vegetarian Recipes:

Day 1: Monday

  • Breakfast: Amish Baked Oatmeal Baked oatmeal recipes are great for meal prepping because you can bake once and be good for the whole week. I love adding chia seeds in place of eggs in this recipe.
  • Lunch: Brown Rice & Mushroom Risotto The leftovers for this meal are simply the best. I love when a meatless meal is so satisfying and filling that I make it time and time again. If you’re looking to add extra veggies, I love adding fresh green beans to this recipe.
  • Dinner: Vegetable Chowder  Leave out the Greek Yogurt if you prefer non-creamy soup (I do!). You’re going to love this hearty vegetable soup.
  • Snack: Apple “Cookies” Apple cookies will curb the sweet tooth and with nut butter they can also give you a little extra protein boost!
  • Dessert: Lemon Bars These lemon bars are light and refreshing, and so easy to prepare.

Day 2: Tuesday

  • Breakfast: Fajita Breakfast Casserole I love this healthy way to start your day! The fajita veggies are delicious for breakfast.
  • Lunch: Quinoa Tacos Whether you make this vegetarian taco filling into proper tacos or use it to top a salad or baked potato, this is a delicious lunch idea!
  • Dinner: Calabacitas Tacos
  • Snack: Air Fryer Buffalo Cauliflower Bites These are the snack that everyone always wants–make extra if you have other people in the house.

Day 3: Wednesday

  • Breakfast: 2 Ingredient Banana Pancakes This recipe is so simple and delicious. It’s best eaten right after you make them.
  • Lunch: Island Green Smoothie I love a light lunch. If this isn’t enough for you, pair with some raw veggies and healthy dip or leftovers from dinner.
  • Dinner: Vegan Chili I love how the carrots and celery give this recipe crunch and texture. Beans in this recipe provide 20 grams of protein per serving to keep you full, too!
  • Dessert: Healthy Dole Whip Recipe This easy recipe is perfect for an after dinner snack.
  • Snack: 2 hard boiled eggs
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Day 4: Thursday

Day 5: Friday

Blue and green bowl of miso soup on a cutting board

Day 6: Saturday

  • Breakfast: Baked Banana Bread Oatmeal I could eat baked oatmeal every morning. I love mixing up the flavors based on what is in season.
  • Lunch: Vegetarian Mexican Casserole I “accidentally” made this one night when I was hungry and didn’t think I had any food in the house–now it’s a favorite that is requested almost weekly! Fresh veggies, black beans, and rice will fill you up and keep you satisfied.
  • Dinner: Cream of Mushroom Soup I love making this to warm up with on cold days. It also freezes well for use in casseroles instead of buying canned.
  • Snack: 21 Day Fix Dole Whip A fresh, delicious, and light summer treat that everyone will love!

Day 7: Sunday

  • Breakfast: Instant Pot Mini Fritattas You can make these once and warm them up all week long for breakfast. Add in your favorite fresh veggies to create a unique and delicious flavor.
  • Lunch: Sweet Potato Crab Cake I love making these as a light meal when friends come for happy hour.
  • Dinner: 3 Ingredient Low Carb Cauliflower Pizza This simple cauliflower pizza crust makes a delicious alternative to regular crusts and it’s 21 Day Fix friendly.
  • Snack: Healthy Ranch Pretzels I love this delicious grab and go recipe!
  • Dessert: 
  • Snack: Cloud Bread | I bet you didn’t think a “bread” would be on the snacks list!

Day 8: Monday

  • Breakfast: French Toast This French toast recipe for one is PERFECT for a delicious, hot, breakfast to get you moving on Monday morning!
  • Lunch: Vegetarian Stuffed Peppers I love making these, and there are hardly ever leftovers. It’s a great way to use extra bell pepper.
  • Dinner: Fresh Veggie Spring Rolls If you’re needing a quick lunch for tomorrow, put all the leftovers on top of a salad and use the peanut sauce as a dressing!
  • Snack: Easy Homemade One Step Salsa You can dip veggies, chips, or even cloud bread in this easy homemade salsa. Just one step and you’ll have delicious salsa for the whole week!
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Day 9: Tuesday

  • Breakfast: Easy Egg Scrambles I love incorporating eggs into my 21 Day Fix vegetarian meal plan because they’re protein packed and lean!
  • Lunch: Portobello Mushroom Fajitas We love these with whatever veggies we have on hand!
  • Dinner: Lentil Tacos Taco Tuesday is back! We love this flavorful dish, and often serve them as lettuce wraps instead of in tortillas.
  • Snack: Air Fryer Frozen Broccoli I love putting veggies in the air fryer! They’re perfectly snackable.
  • Dessert: No Bake Mocha Coconut Bars | If you need a sweet dessert and also like to fill an orange container, this is a great recipe for you!

Day 10: Wednesday

close up of pieces of veggie quesadillas, stacked on top of one another

Day 11: Thursday

  • Breakfast: Easy Crepe Recipe This is such an easy recipe, and it’ll impress everyone in your house. Top with berries if you like, and enjoy!
  • Lunch: Egg Salad  Egg salad is great for meal prepping. You can make a few containers to grab for lunch during the week and then you don’t have to stress about what to eat on those busy days.
  • Dinner: Instant Pot Mac and Cheese A healthy alternative to the boxed stuff and the Instant Pot means it will be just as quick and easy without all those processed ingredients!

Day 12: Friday

These delicious recipes are meant to supplement the 21 Day Fix programs, not replace them.

How to start Portion Fix

  1. Find your 21 Day Fix bracket
  2. Learn how many 21 day fix containers you should be eating every day
  3. For best results, add in an exercise program of your choice – you don’t have to do the Fix workout plan.
  4. Every small lifestyle change results in big changes-don’t take any of them lightly.

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  1. What weight bracket would this meal plan be for? Looks amazing! Thanks!

  2. Thank you so very much for all the hard work you do and share!!! You are amazing and I truly appreciate everything! I have been a vegetarian all my life – however not necessarily a “healthy” one. I eat way too much cheese, pasta, etc. I have a hard time losing weight because all “diets” only allow tofu, etc for protein. The limited choices get so boring. I am anxious to try the recipes you have suggested! Thank you again!

  3. Rebecca Davis says:

    Have you by any chance expanded this or would you be willing to? I love what you have here and I need the help with the planning right now.

    Thanks so much!

  4. Elizabeth DeBolt says:

    Could you tell me what calorie bracket this meal plan is for?

    1. This meal plan is intended to be used with all calorie brackets–you choose which recipes to use and how many servings to eat. I’ve found that my readers use these plans more than the ones that are created for specific calorie brackets. I have several of the calorie bracket plans too, if you’d like I can pull a link for you–which calorie bracket are you in?

      1. Hi Becca: Im not sure how recent or old this post if but thank you for sharing your knowledge on this! Can you expound on your response to Elizabeth please. Are you saying that as opposed to following a calorie bracket (which by the way I would love the link you offered her if possible) that we can just use these recipes by proportionately following the guidelines using the colored portion cups?

        OH and do you have printable of the recipes/meal plan?

        Sorry Im new to this and am at a wee bit of a loss here. :)

        Thank you again.


      2. Hi Charlene! I’m sorry about the delay–we have been out of town.

        No, I’m sorry that wasn’t super clear. There are two ways that I can write meal plans. The first is to say “if you are in calorie bracket A for the FIX, eat this Monday, eat this Tuesday, etc.” The second way is to say, “These are all recipes that are fit into the FIX plan and have container counts calculated. Use a blank meal planning spreadsheet and pick out the ones that you’d like to eat and fill it in,”

        I’ve found that the first way is a lot more work for me, and results in a significant amount of requests to “swap out this meal” and “remove this ingredient from the plan.” Pulling together recipes for you to choose from (the 2nd way) allows you to pick the recipes that you will eat and I have created an editable spreadsheet where you can easily pop them in and make your own plan (that is found in my printable library).

        You can find your bracket on this page:

        And I think Sara has gotten you all fixed up with the printables, as well, so please let me know if you need anything else. My email is a better way to contact me for a quicker response :)

  5. Hi, when you say eat according to the regular plan but use your reds for vegan protein, do you mean use the reds from the regular list or the reds from the vegan list?

    1. Either list. Whichever one makes the most sense based on what type of food you eat :)

      1. So would I count beans as a red or a yellow? Sorry for the questions. I go back and forth with my eating but would prefer to eat no meat. I like my Greek yogurt for breakfast though and fish and eggs at times so I just wasn’t sure how to follow it with containers

      2. If you’re being mindful of your other carbs (sticking to the top of the yellow list) I’d count beans as a red – but keep in mind that you need to really track your progress doing it this way, and you also have to be strict with what you’re eating. Eating pickles as greens and bread as yellow won’t get you the results you want if you’re following a hybrid plan, it takes a lot of testing, recording, and focus!

        I’m happy to help when you need it :)

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