Quick lunch meals for people with no time

--14 Sep 2021

Oh look, another blog entry1! Next up on the Journal is, how to conserve time at lunchtime!

Lunch is a pretty vital meal as it's when the energy from breakfast is running out and you need something to give you that extra push for the rest of the day2

I'm gonna highlight some pretty nice lunch meals that are quick and easy to prepare especially on time constrainted people.

Tuna sandwich

Great classic sandwich, tastes nice but makes gives you dad breath

  1. Put a tin of tuna in a jug or cup of your choosing.
  2. Add seasoning, like salt and pepper, and condiments, like mustard (Dijon is preferable3) and mayonnaise.
  3. Mix thoroughly with a spoon.
  4. Spread it out over a piece of bread

Lunchables and other "lunch, assembly required" type deals

Just chuck them in your lunchbox and leave, it's quite obvious how to put these together and actually make a lunch out of them.

You can get pizza kits and cracker stuff amongst other things

Boxes of snack foods (e.g. breadsticks, crackers, popcorn)

Easy way to get some variety and enjoyable food. Carry these with you and enjoy the infinite snacking potential4!

Cereal bars

Stuff like Nature Valley and that cheap Tesco stuff (Ms. Molly's?), probably have some chocolate chunks in them to make your body go into hyper-fat-burning mode but pretty good for those who skip breakfast.

Also other bars, like chocolate bars

Packets of crisps (American English: chips) or snack food

Some English family favourites include Wotsits, Cheese & Onion crisps, Doritos, French Fries amongst others

Always nice to see a familliar bag of your favourite greasy bites


Footnotes

[1] Aiming for at least a week of blog, well on my way with number 4 here!

[2] Unless you snack during the day which in this case, you eat for the sake of eating

[3] Four-eyed cat man on YouTube.

[4] And high salt/fat content!


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