These tasty lunches make great on-the-go options, ready in 30 minutes or less
The vegetables in these sandwiches don't get soggy as they stand, and the flavors benefit from a little time together.
Recipe: Radicchio, Roasted Pepper, and Provolone Ciabatta Sandwiches
How could bacon, blue cheese, and chicken be bad? We’ve made the combo even better with creamy avocado and sweet roasted bell
peppers, but you could use tomatoes instead.
Recipe: Chicken, Bacon, and Blue-Cheese Sandwiches
This easy wrap is perfect for when refrigeration isn’t available. A little sweet, a little spicy, a little nutty-it’s sure
to add zip to your lunch hour.
Recipe: Spicy Peanut, Carrot, and Snap Pea Wraps
Loaded with fresh veggies, this is a fresh and healthy take on the classic lunch wrap.
Recipe: Mediterranean Garden Wraps
Sure, mayo-laden tuna salad is tasty, but not necessarily waistline friendly. This easy Mediterranean spin on tuna salad skips
the mayo in place of tangy vinaigrette.
Recipe: Greek Tuna Salad
This easy pasta salad gets its creaminess from ricotta and sour cream for extra cheesy-tang. Substitute your favorite vegetables
to add variety to your lunches.
Recipe: Chicken, Corn, and Tomato Pasta Salad
Nutty soba noodles are good both warm and cold and are perfect in this healthy vegetable-laden lunch-you won’t miss the meat.
Recipe: Cold Soba Salad with Crisp Vegetables
Pack your dressing separately from your greens and chicken and toss right before you’re ready to eat-this will prevent a soggy
Recipe: Green Salad with Chicken and Pink Grapefruit
Using already cooked bay shrimp makes this salad a breeze to prepare. If you don’t have millet on hand, substitute whole-wheat
couscous or your favorite grain.
Recipe: Shrimp, Watercress, and Millet Salad
Because naan breads are so thick, they don’t get as soggy as other breads. Grill extra eggplant so you can have these sandwiches
throughout the week.
Recipe: Grilled Eggplant Naan Wraps with Tahini-Yogurt Dressing
With just 4 ingredients, this recipe couldn’t be simpler to prepare. Pair it with almonds and some fresh fruit for a complete
Recipe: Pesto Arugula Wraps
Everyone loves a turkey sandwich, but the classic can get old after a week or two. This version adds apples and chutney for
a dose of sweetness and crunch to make you crave that turkey sandwich again.
Recipe: Turkey Chutney Sandwich