{ Healthy Easy Work Lunches: No-heat Recipes }


When people hear that I pack my husbands lunch (and mine depending on if I’m working from home or elsewhere) every day of the week, they often ask, “How?!”, “What do you make?” They are even more surprised to hear that my husband can’t heat up his lunch at work at the moment, which takes out scooping leftovers from dinner into Tupperware for the next day. Challenge accepted! Here are a few of my favorite healthy lunch packing tips and tricks.

Sure they might LOOK fancy, but when you make a big batch of these recipes on Sunday and put them in Tupperware it makes your workweek a healthy, tasty, cinch.

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First, your salads do NOT have to be boring when they are topped with homemade { Skinny Kickin’ Chicken Salad } or { Kickin’ Cajun Crunchy Tuna Salad }. Just make sure you layer your wet ingredients at the bottom, including dressing and protein, then veggies, then lettuce on top.

I am a HUGE fan of using lettuce wraps as a vehicle for low-sodium turkey breast lunchmeat, tuna salad, chicken salad, or just grilled chicken! Top with more veggies and condiments of choice.

Andouille Sausage Deviled Eggs Crawfish & CrunchesSure these { Andouille Sausage Deviled Eggs } LOOK like they are headed to a party, but why not eat them cold in your lunch box? Talk about a step up from hard boiled eggs. If you aren’t feeling quite this fancy, hard boiled eggs are a great substitute. I eat mine with spicy brown mustard!

Sick of vegetable crudites in little plastic bags? Kick it up a notch with a bean salad that is full of chopped veggies. Try: { cajun caviar }


Need something sweet? When you make a big batch instant pudding on the weekend and split it up into small portions, you can eat it all week.   Try this easy peasy { Quick & Skinny Southern Banana Pudding }

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{ 3 Healthy Southern Shrimp Recipes – That Aren’t Fried! }

{ Healthy Turkey Pot Roast Crockpot Recipe }

{ Healthy Easy Sloppy Joes – with a Louisiana twist }

About the Blogger:

Shannon Gagnon is the recipe developer, food stylist and food photographer behind Crawfish & Crunches. She is known for turning delicious southern staples into slightly healthier versions that can be enjoyed all week long. On her blog you can find just what the tagline says, “Realistic recipes, rich southern culture, and health conscious habits.”

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