What Can You Eat for Dinner on the Daniel Fast?

Dinner options on the Daniel Fast are practically limitless when cooking at home. The key is to ensure the meals stay within the guidelines for the Daniel Fast. Specifically, your meals should be prepared from whole plant foods, in or close to their most natural state. These meals are devoid of all animal products, including meat, poultry, fish/seafoodeggs, and dairy (cheese, milk, yogurt, butter, etc.). The Daniel Fast also excludes sweeteners such as agave, maple syrup, stevia, among others. Finally, I recommend avoiding oil—even olive oil, because it’s both processed and contributes to weight gain.

Dinner options during and after the Daniel Fast

Below are 12 sample dinner options to consider during and even after the Daniel Fast. For more recipe options, check out Daniel’s Plate.

For more food ideas, check out the Daniel Fast Food List and Daniel Fast Menu articles.

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