Eating out every day is expensive and may not be the best of your health. Instead, try to prep a few meals every week that you can take to work with you. If you’re running out of ideas on what to make, here are 10 healthy and delicious options.
This is a super-quick recipe that takes about 15 minutes to put together. It’s also great for you because tuna is an excellent source of essential fatty acids and protein. All you need to do is get your favorite bread (we recommend whole grain) and top it with avocado, fresh tomato, and, of course, tuna. You could also add some bacon to make it even more delicious.
Chicken, veggies, and rice
Why pay to eat a rice bowl when you can whip it up in your kitchen? To put together this dish, cook your rice, steam your favorite vegetables, and add a protein of your choice to it. You could also add steak, chicken, or even grilled tofu. Sprinkle with a dash of cumin and parsley.
Casserole with turkey, mashed potatoes, and seasonal veggies
This is a great recipe for when the temperature starts to drop. Potatoes have a bad reputation but combining it with low-fat turkey and seasonal veggies makes it a fulfilling meal. It’s best baked for dinner, so you can take the leftovers to work.
Tofu lettuce wraps
This easy lunch option hardly requires you to do any cooking but gives your body a whole lot of nutrients and energy. You can use grilled, scrambled tofu or grilled, shredded chicken in the lettuce wraps. It’s also a good idea to add some grilled vegetables to the mix to make it a complete meal
Wraps are perfect for busy days – they’re easy to put together and even easier to store. All you need for this is some shredded rotisserie chicken. You could also add some peppers and corn for a burst of flavor.
Cook a whole pot of macaroni and make yourself a pasta salad. You could stretch this dish as a side for at least a few lunches by having it with a different protein each time.
This is another light dish that is so flavorful. You could use all the vegetables you like in this noodle dish and top it off with things like avocado, almonds, or seeds. Add some tofu or chicken on top for additional protein.