#LunchBreakLIVE stars Stephanie Williams of Vegan, What? which puts out the #DopeMealPlanner, a plant-based subscription meal service online! Stephanie is making three super fast vegan meals: blueberry overnight oats, sweet potato banana mash, and apple buttercups! Simone Reyes is today’s tantalizing taste tester!
Breakfast just got sweeter with this banana mashed sweet potato!
“In and out of the kitchen in no time,” is music to our ears! Stephanie is serious as she puts that sweet potato in the microwave while she prepares the rest of the dishes. Make sure to check the ingredients of your almond butter to make sure it is simply almond butter and salt. No need for any other ingredients. Also make sure there sure there is absolutely no milk in your chocolate chips. “Dairy is Scary” after all!
Who says you can’t have dessert for breakfast with these apple peanut butter slices!
Stephanie started her plant-based journey seven years ago. Stephanie was inspired by Alicia Silverstone and her book “The Kind Diet.” She was able to gently transition to a compassionate lifestyle with this guidance. Stephanie came up with name Vegan, What? because when she told people she was going vegan, they would say “What?” The Dope Meal Planner Stephanie incorporates, helps people transition and discover the joys of a vegan diet by trying veganized meals that mirror the nonvegan meals they love.
Overnight oats or oats right now if you’re Jane. Delicious either way! Yum!
Wow these three creations were made in a flash! That’s what we’re talking about! Simone Reyes hops in to taste test and says it is so good and filling. She says it makes for a perfect breakfast to get your day off the right start! If you don’t want to wait overnight for your oats, Jane thinks they are pretty good a few minutes later. Try making these recipes at home in a jiffy with the recipes below!
Try these delicious recipes by the inspiring. beautiful vegan Stephanie Williams!
Co-founder of the 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Animal Alliance Network activist group as part of the Save Movement. She helps organize weekly pig vigils outside of a slaughterhouse near Downtown Los Angeles. She hopes to help raise awareness in her community and around the world about the victims of animal agriculture.