Meals under 30 minutes

Kick off the Spring season with something fresh, simple and new in your diet. Eating healthy will keep you energized and fueled so you can do your best work when you are on your allied travel assignment. We know time is of value, which is why theses 5 recipes all take less than 30 minutes to make. Not only are these meals simple and healthy, but they will also save you money when you don’t have to eat out. Happy Spring eating!

#1: Rainbow Rice Bowl Recipe

Try this Rainbow Rice Bowl filled with nutrients. Did you know that kale is one of the healthiest vegetables and it contains Vitamin A, K, C, and B6? Get your daily dose of vitamins when you make this recipe. You will make 2-3 servings, and it will only take up 10 minutes of your time.

#2: Creamy Avocado and White Bean Wrap

This vegetarian wrap is incredibly rich and flavorful. Not only are avocados great for your skin, but they contain healthy fats that will keep you full and fueled for the day. If you need an on the go item, make this meal the night before your shift, and take it to work the next day! This vegetarian wrap is easy to make, easy to pack and yummy to eat!

#3. Arugula Summer Salad

Check out this delicious Arugula Summer Salad. This is only take 10 minutes to make, and you should have enough salad for 2 to 3 servings. Arugula contains considerable amounts of nitrate, which helps to lower blood pressure. Be sure to try this fun recipe out.

#4. Chicken & Spinach Soup with Fresh Pesto

I personally am a huge fan of eating a bowl of soup for lunch, and I love this Chicken and Spinach Soup. This Italian-flavored soup makes about 5 servings and only takes 30 minutes to prep. Adding protein to your diet will help you build and repair tissues and keep you bones strong!

#5. Tuscan White Bean Zucchini Pasta

This Italian-inspired pasta makes you feel like you are in Italy. This recipe takes about 15 minutes to make, and it is filled with zucchinis, spinach, beans, corn and more!

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