3/4 C rolled oats
1.5 C water
1 Tbsp cocoa powder
1 banana chopped (fresh or frozen)
1 cup strawberries
1 tbsp peanut butter

In a saucepan, combine water, oats, banana and cocoa powder. Cook over medium heat until all the water is absorbed (about 5-7 minutes). Top with strawberries and peanut butter.

Calories 492
Macros 67/23/10
Carbs 86g – Fat 14g – Protein 15g

2 cups cooked white rice
1/2 small avocado (50g)
1/4 English cucumber sliced
1/4 c shredded carrots
1 cup spring greens
2 sheets nori
1 tsp sesame seeds
2 tbsp coconut aminos for dipping (or soy sauce)

Lay out your nori sheets and spread the rice evenly over them. Take your avocado and divide it between the two sheets. Smash it into the middle of the roll. Add your cucumber, carrots and greens and roll tightly like a burrito. Cut into sushi pieces and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Dip into coconut aminos.

Calories 561
Macros 74/16/9
Carbs 102g – Fat 11g – Protein 14g

Potato Fries with Sweet Mustard

4 small-medium russet potatoes (650g)
1/2 tsp garlic powder
salt & pepper to taste
1 tbsp maple syrup
1 tbsp mustard
2 cup greens ( i use spinach)

Preheat oven to 420 degrees F (215C).
Scrub your potatoes well and chop into fry like pieces. Toss in garlic powder and add a little salt and pepper. Place on a baking sheet and bake 15 minutes. Flip the potatoes and bake again another 15-20 minutes or until soft when pierced with a fork. Mix together your maple syrup and mustard. Place potatoes over your bowl of greens and drizzle with dressing.

Calories 603
Macros 90/2/8
Carbs 137g – Fat 1g – Protein 17g

1/2 cup low fat granola
1 cup mixed berries (I used strawberry and blueberries)
1 cup unsweetened almond milk
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tbsp walnuts

Combine you granola and milk in a bowl. Top with fruit, cinnamon and walnuts.

If you want to keep your dessert simple, just have a few pieces of fresh fruit if you are hungry. Keeping your diet simple and easy is very helpful during your weight loss journey 🙂

Calories 264
Macros 63/29/8
Carbs 46g – Fat 9g – 7g

Calories 1928
Macros 76/15/9
Carbs 372g – Fat 35g – Protein 53g

Remember to get at least 30 minutes of light activity throughout the day such as a brisk walk or bike ride. This will help you feel your best and make you feel confident that you have done something amazing for your body. It is important that we take small steps to care for ourselves and exercise should not be torture, it should be something you do because it makes you feel good and gives you time to reflect on your day 🙂

Be sure to drink at least 2 liters of water throughout the day to stay hydrated! I hope you enjoyed this video! Have a great weekend 🙂

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septimber says:

people who dislike videos should have to include a comment as to why they dislike it. the “likes” are obvious, obviously.

I love that these meals are so easy looking with really minimal cooking. I have been meaning to buy some nori and a sushi mat for awhile now. does it still taste like sushi without seasoning the rice with vinegar and such?

great video. so approachable. thank you for putting in the time to help us lazy people lol

Sinem Kilinc says:

Love love love this series!

Dark Sparkle says:

Awesome video Hannah. I like this new style of video that you are trying. Very helpful and informative. Keep them coming please. Thank you.

Saloniaa Qassim says:

This plan or being vegan doesn’t work for people with hypothyroidism. I have tried this for 1 year strictly vegan and I gained weight plus is destroyed my digestive system because of all the carbs

Jillian Mork says:

Been one month since I started a plant based diet, and I’m gaining weight. What the ?!?
Ughhhh. Time to start calorie counting again. High Carb Hannah, love these meal ideas that include the calorie counts! More of this please! 🙂

gauri921 says:

If only I could eat approx 1900 calories a day and lose weight 🙁 that’s defo around my maintenance weight calories (1850) so I try to keep to 1500 a day! Might try cutting down the size of the meals to lower the calorie count 🙂 thanks for the ideas!

Rhian Miller says:

Great idea for a series!

Linda Cotten says:

YES, please!!!! Love it. Thank you so much.

Helle Nørgaard Lykkebo says:

Wow.. thanks! You do not get any issues with acne, when eating that much fat? Like the peanutbutter.. I have skin issues, thats why.. 🙁

Mala Budala says:

I know that this is really weird but…that whisk is the cutest thing in the world haha

Fam in a Van says:

Yay Hannah. Love be your work. Xx

entertea says:

Thx for this!

Kae Harrison says:

The greatest video!! Thank you! I would definitely love to see more like this!!

Melissa Servais says:

I want those oats and that sushi in my belly right meow!!! Love your videos, they have been so helpful to me in transitioning to a plant based diet without relying on frozen processed foods (which have their place at times, but not every day).

Rebecca Atzenweiler says:

This is really cool! Would love to see more videos like this

Deanna Giardino says:

Ugh these look so good. I wish I could eat 2000 calories and lose weight though! My daily normal is around 1200-1400 depending on how much I’m exercising. I’m definitely making a smaller portion of those oats though! Thanks for this video

Molly Jayne says:

these recipes all look amazing !!!

diana orr says:

Loving this format!

Yobobo W says:

I absolutely love this, look forward to more!!

Daisy Whines says:

Love love love this type of video! So helpful and easy to follow! Thank you so much, Hannah! <3 xox

Joss M says:

Love this and would love the shopping list!

Danielle Buchanan says:

That was such a great video! I would LOVE to see more of these!! Xoxo

Jones LeFae says:

Hard to believe you can lose weight eating that many calories! Do you work out a lot? 1950 is how many calories I typically eat when I am working (I am an archaeologist) and burning upwards of 1000 calories a day through hiking during the day and swimming in the evening. If I am more sedentary, my goal is a max of 1550 calories in a day. If I ate 1950 every day I would gain weight.

alyce roman says:

Btw LOVE this concept!!! Love It!!

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Chaz Evansdale says:

I love this idea. I’ve been considering going vegetarian, but you make such amazing food maybe I’ll go vegan 🙂

Chesha Lessig says:

You know eating the green stem of strawberries is actually toxic right?

Joy Blom says:

I love this new series and the videos are so well made and beautiful! Your channel is my favourite!

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