So, you may be wondering, how on earth do you make a wheat, gluten, lactose, nut-free vegetarian lunch? Well, aren’t you lucky. I’m going to tell you.
Get a jar. Add lettuce, spinach, blueberries, chia seeds, and sunflower seeds into the jar. And if you like dressing, you are again in luck:
Lemon maple dressing
Get a bowl. Add half a lemon, some maple syrrop (add as much as you want ), and a table spoon of olive oil into the bowl. Stir and dress your salad because salads don’t like being naked.
Granolla & Yogurt fruit mix (Lactose free)
Get a container. Fill it up with yogurt (If you are lactose intolerant, use lactose free yogurt, Vanilla or honey taste the best). Get another container so your granola doesn’t get soggy. Add in the granola of your choice. Then add fruit you like. I like peaches, blueberries, and strawberries. At lunch time, add yogurt to the granola and fruit.
Nut free PB & Banana sandwiches
Take 2 pieces of gluten free bread or a bagel (or non gluten free if that’s not an issue for you). Spread an alternative nut butter on your bread/bagel (I like sunflower seed butter). Then add banana slices. Optional: Sprinkle chia seeds on for extra protein.
PB banana bites:
If you add chocolate I recommend doing this the night before.
Slice banana then put fake PB/Alternative nut butter in the middle.
Optional: melt chocolate (1 minute and a half in the microwave) then spread it on top and put in freezer over night. (if you eat while still frozen, it tastes like a frozen snickers bar)
I like to bring berries, or apple slices, granola bars, crackers.
So that concludes my wheat, gluten, lactose, nut-free vegetarian lunches. Bye!