Lunch Recipes (Most Popular)
This healthy soup tastes like you slaved over a hot stove all day but comes together fast enough to eat any weeknight. Sweet potatoes, carrots and kale make this delicious. Using steel-cut oats as your grain of choice makes the soup thick and hearty, too!
I have discovered leeks--awesome and my stick blender--the world of soups is opening up!
Very tasty and low cal--you can have this with a salad or have a yogurt and blueberries for dessert--nice mid day meal on a cold day and quick to make.
8 servings--one cup
I get this made forme at lunch by a sweet and dear woman who turned me into the Amy Pizzza junky.
This is a grate lunch pizza. You will want more than one it is so good. The aroma from backing it will take you to Little Greek Pizza shop.
Good with a light garden salad/fat free iltalian dressing or cummber wedges
I’m a big fan of tuna salad sandwiches. They’re easy and quick to make, are relatively healthy, and are equally as good as an office lunch or in a picnic basket.
There are three key ingredients at work with this version. First off is the lemon juice and zest…it gives the tuna a light, summery flavor that hits immediately. Second is the toast…if you try it straight from the bowl, it just isn’t as good; you need a warm, dry piece of bread to help the flavors burst in your mouth. Third is the cottage cheese…you don’t taste it at all, but it makes the tuna salad so rich and creamy.
When visiting my friend Shelly, we took a long walk to the local farmers market and bought a variety of fresh summer squash and carrots. Since I love pan frying veggies and garlic, I thought we'd give this a try. It was super yummy, possibly higher in fat than I would like but you can use less olive oil.Submitted by DENA914