sandwich x 3

 

recipe by Lindsay Pleskot

three healthy packed lunches

Rainbow power

sandwich

Ingredients:

Sprouted grain bread

Hummus

Avocado, sliced

Inspired Greens Butter Lettuce

Red pepper, sliced

Carrot, ribboned (Just use a potato peeler!)

Green and/or yellow zucchini, sliced into rounds

Purple cabbage, thinly sliced

Red onion

Directions:

Toast your bread. Spread the hummus on one slice and the avocado on the other. Start layering your veggies onto the hummus side. Sprinkle the avocado with salt and pepper if desired. Close up your sandwich and cut in half or leave whole. Enjoy!

green goddess

sandwich

Ingredients:

Sprouted grain bread

Herb and garlic cream cheese (could also do goat cheese, or your fave non-dairy spread)

Inspired Greens Romaine Lettuce

Sprouts

Cucumber

 

Chickpea Mash:

(makes enough for 2 sandwiches)

½ x 19oz. Can (~1 cup) chickpeas

1 Tbsp/Extra virgin olive oil

¼ cup red onion

½ avocado

Juice of ½ lemon

Salt to taste

Directions:

1. Toast your bread

 

2. While bread is toasting, add the chickpea mash ingredients to a food processor and pulse until a chunky paste is formed (15-30 seconds).

 

3. Remove bread from the toaster – spread one side with cream cheese and  the other with half of the chickpea mash. Layer one side with lettuce, cucumber, sprouts, and any other desired toppings. Close up your sandwich and cut in half or leave whole. Enjoy!

caprese chicken

sandwich

Ingredients:

Sprouted grain bread

Inspired Greens Pesto - find the recipe here

Chicken breast, sliced

Tomato, sliced

Fresh mozzarella, sliced

Directions:

1. Toast your bread

 

2. While bread is toasting, make your pesto.

 

3. Remove bread from the toaster -both sides of the bread with pesto. Layer one side with your chicken, tomato,mozzarella, and any other desired ingredients.  Close up your sandwich and cut in half or leave whole. Enjoy!

 

Note: Use leftover pesto for pasta, to marinate your fish or meat, or to snack on throughout the week! Alternatively, freeze it for later use.

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about Lindsay :

Lindsay Pleskot is a Vancouver-based Registered Dietitian who also works with clients globally online. Her approach is to focus on what you’re adding into your diet, not what you “can’t” eat. Lindsay’s passion is in the kitchen creating delicious, nutritious and inspiring recipes that will help you save time and eat well in a simple, yet delicious way!

 

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or blog at LindsayPleskot.com

 

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