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DPDAVIS Posts: 3,571
11/17/17 9:02 A

I read a lot of good recipes

LOTUS737 Posts: 6,310
11/15/17 11:02 A

Similar to the idea below, I like to make burrito bowls (you can buy pre-made vegetarian refried beans- trader joe's has pretty good ones) and Asian-inspired bowls with peanut sauce and prepared baked tofu (this is a recent 'find' for me and I am on board! I prefer the nasoya brand to TJ personally, but see what you like!).

Sometimes I make a batch of falafel (which is pretty fast as long as you pre-soak the chick peas) and then pack with hummus and veg, with or without a pita.

Veggie loaded fresh rolls can be quick to prep if you have the veggies prepared- you just have to dip the rice paper into water and load up with veggies and any protein you choose to use. Just pack with a side of dipping sauce and you're good to go!

Nut butter + fruit sandwiches sometimes hit the spot :)

ZELDA13 SparkPoints: (95,295)
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10/31/17 1:05 A

I'm a fan of quinoa bowls. Top quinoa with your favorite veggies for a good lunch.
Season the quinoa with chili powder, turmeric and cumin, and add black beans, corn, and tomatoes along with your favorite green veggie for a yummy dish.
Season with basil and oregano. Add tomatoes, a green if you'd like, chick peas and diced mozzarella for another good dish.
I add greens - spinach, kale or whatever to just about everything. Just my preference. I might use low sodium V8 as a sauce in one of these bowls.

HAWKTHREE SparkPoints: (67,698)
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10/21/17 8:53 A

Prep a pot of soup on the weekend. 1 pound of meat, 1 quart of broth (chicken, beef etc), a bunch of bags of pre-cut veggies (kale, cabbage slaw, diced cauliflower/broccoli, the onion-carrot-celery mix, etc) . Salt and pepper

Brown the meat (can be browned by baking in the oven. Toss all ingredients in a big pot. Bring to a simmer, put lid on, cook for 2 hours on low. Check if it needs more salt and pepper.

Toss in small can of diced tomatoes. Bring to a boil again, lower heat, and then simmer for 30 minutes.

Use no seasonings and rely on flavors or add spices you like. A sprinkle of chili peppers if you like.

For me, this usually makes about 8-10 servings of 1.5 cups. With all the veggies, it can be dense. The extra can be frozen in servings size and then microwaved for lunches.

FREDDYTT Posts: 161
10/20/17 12:43 A

Plain greek yogurt with 1 tablespoon of agave nectar to sweeten each 4 oz of yogurt, and fresh fruit. I like pineapple ring slices (1 per 4 oz of yogurt) or 1/4 peach per 4 oz of yogurt, or 1/2 plumb, or 2-3 strawberries per 4 oz of yogurt etc.

Chef salad - 1 cup of baby spinach/red leaf lettuce mix, 1 sliced hard boiled egg, 1 oz of raisins, 10 oz of shredded carrots, 1 oz of shredded colby jack cheese, 1-2 oz of ham (I dice up a ham steak). I buy the carrots shredded already, the hard boiled eggs already prepared at the store, the ham steaks that are already cooked. With an egg cutter, I can make this salad in minutes.

Home made pita chips www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/patrick-and-gi
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, hummis from the store and a simple salad with 1 cup of red leaf lettuce/spinach mix and a raspberry vinigarette.

1 can of tuna fish with a little olive oil mayo, maybe a little pickle relish, or mustard, salt and pepper on an open face whole grain bread slice with some fruit.

1 cup Red leaf lettuce/spinach mix with 8 fresh raspberries, 1 oz of crumbled feta cheese, .5 oz of sliced almonds, 2-3 oz of diced grilled chicken breast with a raspberry vinaigrette.

1 slice of whole grain bread, 1-2 tablespoons of peanut butter (just salt and peanuts peanut butter...not the mass marketed stuff with sugar and palm oil added), or a different nut butter, 1/2 of a banana on top, drizzled with a kiss of agave nectar with a glass of almond milk (and a bottle of water LOL).

Cut colby jack cheese sticks in half lengthwise. take a slice of deli lunch meat and add a mustard you like. Maybe a kiss of olive oil mayo too. Wrap that around the cheese, then wrap that in 2 leaf lettuce leafs. Have that with some fruit.



Edited by: FREDDYTT at: 10/20/2017 (00:45)
MISSRUTH Posts: 5,033
9/19/17 9:31 A

Sometimes, the quickest, fastest lunch is just something leftover from dinner the night before. Or cook enough at dinner one night, to leave you leftovers for several lunches.

REIKOMINDER SparkPoints: (38,937)
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9/17/17 7:43 A

Beans with yellow, red pepper, onion and whole grain toast.

HAWKTHREE SparkPoints: (67,698)
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9/13/17 4:28 P

Tri-colored peppers cut into small bits and tossed with vinaigrette and some cooked wild rice.

YAHUBAM Posts: 1,076
9/12/17 7:34 A

I gave up meat a while back and am looking for quick and fast, and of course healthy options for lunch.

So far, I've been a fan of hummus and was going to make a wrap with spinach and tomatoes.... at least that's the plan for today's lunch.

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