Grab your favorite pasta sauce and get ready for a delicious, simple lunch featuring your very own homemade meatballs.
In this "semi homemade" lunchtime recipe, simply grab plain cream cheese and, using any leftover veggies you have in your fridge (and a little extra spice and flavor), add a little plant-power to your bagel today.
Our friends at Stars restaurant (Hingham, MA) are sharing their recipe for this simple, bright Tomato & Cucumber Salad. Top grilled salmon, add to taco bowls, or simply enjoy on its own with pita bread or a handful or organic arugula.
Our CK Quinoa Strawberry Salad is gluten-free and features a fresh, bright, sweet & tart dressing that you will want to make over and over again.
Working from home doesn't have to mean complete diet sabotage. Our potato salad replaces heavy mayo with a tangy dressing and the added veggies wake up the richness of the baby potatoes. The best part is that you probably have all of the dressing ingredients in your pantry already.
This make-ahead-meal is the perfect way to prepare your weekday lunch game in advance. Make this for dinner Sunday night and pop a few extra in the fridge for easy lunchtime satisfaction.
Lentils are a fantastic source of plant protein and are highlighted in our lunchtime bowl full of plant-power and flavor.
Gluten-free and full of fresh flavor, our CK Wild Rice Citrus Salad is perfect by itself or tossed with your favorite prepared proteins. Ancient grains with a pop of citrus and fresh herbs will satisfy any palette.
After months of begging my chef-friend for the recipe for this chicken marinade...she finally shared. Now, we are sharing with you. Do NOT skip marinating the chicken for 24 hours - just, don't (trust me).
Featuring whole wheat spaghetti and freshly-ground peanut butter, this quick, flavorful dish is best enjoyed at room temperature so, its the perfect tupperware-meal to eat at your desk, if necessary.