Lunch Recipes (Most Popular)
This tastes just like cheese pizza! Pair this with a salad and you have a great pizzeria style lunch without the calories attached--or the bill.
Ditch the crust and boost your veggie intake with these eggplant "pizzas."
This healthy, hearty salad is packed full of fruit AND vegetables.
Top this soup with toasted tortilla strips and serve with lime wedges and avocado slices.
Chef Meg lightened up a picnic and potluck favorite! Her secret ingredient (shh, don't tell!) is pickle juice.
This tomato soup is so rich and thick you'll swear it's laden with cream and butter. The trick is really good tomatoes.
Think you dislike beets? Not after trying this recipe! Roasting brings out the beets' natural sweetness, and the feta offers a salty contrast.
Yum! Try this quick and easy thin-crust pizza.
Most pasta salads are heavy on the pasta and light on everything else. This version, which can be served warm or cold, includes a hefty portion of vegetables--both spinach and tomatoes.
Chicken and a savory sauce wrapped up.
This flavorful tuna salad is made with cottage cheese and yogurt, not mayo.
Use with a bag of pre-shredded broccoli & cauliflower; makes this recipe super quick.
This sweet and spicy soup is a staple of Thai takeout. Chef Meg recreated it for a fraction of the cost and sodium!
This soups works well with most vegetables from the garden-- experiment and use vegetables that are in season.
All the flavor of bruschetta, in a mushroom!
All the taste of a loaded baked potato, in a hearty soup.
The perfect soup to warm your belly on a cold night or soothe you when you're sick.
2 cups of this stew makes a filling and nutrutious lunch.
This is a great recipe when the garden is overflowing.
This is a really filling soup that's easy to make. Each serving is a hearty 2 cups!
This is a great kids' meal, or cut each quesadilla into eight pieces for an appetizer.
My dip has all the flavor of the original, but it's much easier on the waistline. I prefer to eat this "dip" with a fork or raw vegetables.
This veggie-packed soup gets a boost of protein from chicken.
Quick, easy and delicious. Try something new and be amazed!
Delicious and bursting with flavor, these wraps are juicy and low in carbs. Can also work with chicken!
This light recipe is great for lunch, supper, or both. It serves eight, so cook once and eat twice!
We ditched the mayo from this sandwich staple and boosted the nutrition with crunchy vegetables.
This stew can be made from your pantry and freezer from ingredients that are easy to keep on hand, making it perfect for busy days--or lazy snow days!