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What's for lunch while you are working from home? Here are a few recipes to inspire you and are easy to put together!
Salsa Turkey Meatloaf Muffins
Made with just 5 ingredients, these individually-portioned meatloaf muffins come alive with fresh, tangy salsa.
Veggie Fried Rice with Eggs
Staples like frozen vegetables and boil-in-bag rice are time-saving shortcuts in this vegetarian version of a popular takeout stir-fry that’s topped off with eggs, a budget-friendly protein.
Tex-Mex Stuffed Potatoes(with video)
These meaty stuffed potatoes are hearty and satisfying. A combo of sweet corn, light cheese, and lean ground beef make sure no one leaves the table hungry.
Chipotle Tuna Melt
Pitas are the sturdy base for these open-faced spicy tuna sandwiches. Chipotle mayo heats things up while creamy Cheddar cools them down.
Ground Beef Tostadas
No fryer needed when cooking spray and a hot oven can do the trick for these super-crunchy corn tortillas topped with a mixture of seasoned beef and hearty refried beans.
Date and Oat Bites(with video)
These no-bake treats are naturally sweetened with dates, which also hold it all together with their sticky consistency.
Microwave Bean and Cheese Burritos
As easy as frozen burritos and made in your home kitchen. What could be better?
Brown Rice Bowl
Try this tasty bowl for breakfast and dinner.
Garlic Bread Spinach Pizza
A freezer staple like garlic bread goes from side dish to main attraction when topped with veggies and pesto in this pizza.
Broccoli and Chicken Wraps
Pesto gives lean chicken breast a ton of flavor, while staples like creamy Greek yogurt and vitamin-packed frozen broccoli help make this dinner a breeze to whip up.
Take 5 Beef ’n Bean Chili
This easy chili recipe has just 5 ingredients, and it only takes half an hour to make. For an even bolder flavor, you can also simmer it on a slow-cooker.
Sweet Potato and Black Bean Quesadillas
Steaming the spud in the microwave speeds up the cook time for this vegetarian take on a Tex-Mex classic. Feel free to serve with your favorite garnishes like sour cream or cilantro.
Cajun Rice–Stuffed Peppers(with video)
Make this spicy filling the night before and store it in your refrigerator to reduce prep time on busy weekdays.
Taco-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
A little bit of beef goes a long way in this satisfying supper that puts fiber-filled sweet potatoes at the center of the plate.
Baked Egg and Spinach English Muffins
English muffins offer the perfect canvas, soaking up all the spinach and cheesy goodness in this vegetarian breakfast or lunch.
Garlicky Beans and Greens over Toast
Crunchy toast soaks up the garlic-scented liquid in this delightful vegetarian dinner.
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