Healthy Lunches: 6 Days for 4 Weeks

Get your month worth of healthy lunches with recipes, ideas and pictures! These healthy lunches will sure give you the jump start on springing into health!

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Hey guys! Happy Tasty Tuesday!

Let’s talk healthy lunches today, shall we?

I always pack lunch unless something really unexpected happens that prevents me from making my lunch the night before or putting it together from dinner leftovers.

VERY rarely would I go out or order take out for lunch. Not because I’m boring, no 🙂 Because I just like a good, homemade healthy meal 3 times a day. Or at least two (rain check for the chicken wings night 😉 ).

Anyway, I thought I’d share my 6 days and 4 weeks of healthy lunches with you today so you can see that it is possible to make and eat healthy lunches – every work day for four weeks. Why 6? Because you can eat water ever you want for lunch on Sunday and nobody is going to judge you 🙂

Here we go!

Healthy Lunches – 6 Days for 4 Weeks

Week one:

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  • Caprese salad (tomatoes, mozzarella, fresh basil);
  • Omelet + turkey breast sandwich;
  • Sweet potato + grilled boneless skinless chicken thighs;
  • Chicken tortellini + sweet potato;
  • Grilled pork + black beans;
  • Rice with vegetables + cherry tomatoes on the side.

Week Two:

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  • Veggies (cherry tomatoes, cucumber, avocado, bell pepper), tofu, crackers and homemade hummus;
  • Corn + shrimp + black olives;
  • Veggie chopped salad topped with a hard boiled egg and a little bit of homemade hummus;
  • Kale and fresh vegetable salad and ham sandwich on a croissant;
  • Fresh vegetables salad topped with crumbles feta cheese;
  • Roasted beets salad.

Week Three:

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  • “Open Face” sandwich with cream cheese, smoked salmon, purple onions and capers with black olives on the side;
  • Veggie omelet topped with green onions and cheese, with avocado and cherry tomatoes on the side;
  • Quinoa salad on the bad of spinach;
  • Kale salad with spring vegetables, roasted pepitas and crumbled feta cheese;
  • Vegetable salad with hard boiled eggs and avocado on the side + fresh cherries;
  • Mashed potatoes topped with homemade crockpot chili.

Week Four:

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And there you have it, guys – a month worth of healthy lunches! I hope you use at least some of those recipes and they inspire you to make your own healthy lunches 🙂

Moving on to the Tasty Tuesday Linkup Party – don’t forget to visit Jennifer – my good friend and co-hostess of this linkup and check out what she’s cooking today!

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Stay healthy and eat well!


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  1. Lena, how do you think of all those lunch ideas? I literally have eaten the same lunch for two or three years now….

  2. I tend to eat the same thing for lunch most days and don’t really branch out. Some of these look really great thanks for sharing!
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  3. Hi Lena,
    It is so helpful and inspiring to see 31 healthy lunches for 6 weeks! Great job! I love partying with you at Tasty Tuesdays! Thanks for hosting and for sharing so many valuable, healthy tips!
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  4. I think I want to eat some of your lunches! I definitely do leftovers but my standby favorites when I don’t have leftovers are tuna with avocado, veggies, & crackers, anything that I can put on top of a sweet potato, and a ginormous salad. That quinoa taco salad looks amazing, by the way! 🙂
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