What if there was a way to have homemade, plant-based, gluten-free foods ready whenever you needed them?
They would be…
- All vegan and gluten-free
- Delicious and satisfying flavor combinations
- No unusual ingredients to track down
- Fridge & freezer-friendly
- Easily prepared using a simple plan
…and all it takes is 1-2 hours per week.
Introducing The Sunday Six, a 4-week guide to basic, make-ahead plant-based foods
Like you, I have countless obligations - work, projects, travel, that when I get home after a busy day, there’s sometimes no way I’m spending an hour (or even 30 minutes) making dinner.
That’s why I developed The Sunday Six.
The Sunday Six is a plant-based, gluten-free meal prep guide that will show you how to spend 1-2 hours a week making food ahead of time.
I'm not talking about casseroles, chilis and more elaborate recipes, though I make those things, too.
The Sunday Six is about preparing 6 BASIC items: a couple of vegetables, a grain or starch, a protein (such as a bean dish) and a 2 delicious sauces or dressings that you can use on everything.
What I LOVE about it is that it's flexible. You can mix and match these simple, flavorful ingredients, or combine them with other foods however you like.
Put simply, make-ahead meal prep is a life saver, especially for busy people like you and me.
And everything is designed to be fridge and freezer-friendly. So when your plans change, you can always enjoy your make-ahead meals later. No big deal.
I usually do my food prep on a Sunday (hence the name, The Sunday Six) but you can follow this plan whenever is convenient for you.
The Sunday Six plan includes:
- 4 detailed shopping lists
- 4 sets of “prep day” instructions to prep and store 6 plant-based, gluten free foods each week
- 4 sets of “eat day” instructions to heat and serve what you've made
In total, it's a 12-page PDF containing 24 ideas for plant-based basics for $9.99.
When you buy the The Sunday Six, you’re saying YES to saving time and eating healthy.
What does a typical Sunday Six plan look like?
Each week features the building blocks of simple, delicious, plant-based meals: 1 cooked grain or seed, 1 legume, 2 types of vegetables and 2 sauces or dressings. All of the items can be mixed and matched together to create a meal. For example, Week 1 of The Sunday Six has a Middle Eastern flavor profile. It includes brown rice, baba ganoush, spiced lentils, green beans, a tahini sauce and a creamy cashew balsamic dressing. These simple foods can be combined however you like. Or, enjoy them with other foods you already have.
Does The Sunday Six work with my diet?
All of the recipes are plant-based, gluten-free and contain easy-to-find ingredients. The shopping lists call for some pre-packaged foods such as tempeh and cooked polenta. Some recipes contain oil and nuts. Nutritional information is not included with the recipes at this time.
How long will the food prep take?
Between 1 and 2 hours per session. The great thing is that the way the plans are written, you can have one thing cooking as you prep other items. I want to help you be as efficient as possible with the time you spend in the kitchen!
How many people do the recipes serve?
Recipes serve 4 adults. If I know I'm going to be extra busy, I'll sometimes double batches of things like rice and quinoa to have more on hand in the freezer.
Does each week's plan make all of your meals?
No, that's not really the idea. The Sunday Six is not about making every meal for the week. (I personally don't have the storage space for 21 meals). It's designed to give you 6 simple, tasty basics to enjoy for lunches and dinners throughout the week.
So, if you…
- Enjoy easy, satisfying vegan, gluten-free foods
- Are looking for a flexible way to eat better without cooking all the time
- Want to simplify your food shopping and eating
- Can dedicate 1-2 hours once a week to prepare a few healthy basics
…then try The Sunday Six!
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