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Lunch Bowls

We are kicking off this back-to-school time with easy, healthy and super tasty one bowl lunches, which are great to bring to work. The key to a great lunch bowl is to start with a great base, whether it’s brown rice, quinoa, a combo of the two, or greens.

The Base: Brown Rice + Quinoa

Tuna Tomato Bowl

Tuna Tomato Bowl

This bowl is a perfect cross between a puttanesca and a niçoise.

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Black Bean, Corn + Avocado Bowl

Black Bean, Corn + Avocado Bowl

Throw this one into a Mason jar and take to work.

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Puy Lentil + Wilted Spinach Bowl

Puy Lentil + Wilted Spinach Bowl

Simple and healthy, this is made really tasty with the herb vinaigrette and will fill you up until dinner.

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Roasted Za'atar Eggplant Bowl

Roasted Za’atar Eggplant Bowl

We love the kick of za’atar with the creaminess of the cooked eggplant, onion and yogurt + lemon dressing.

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The Base: Greens

If you’re looking for a lighter lunch, placing heartier ingredients like poached chicken or sweet potatoes over greens is a great option.

Asian Chicken Salad Bowl

Asian Chicken Salad Bowl

This bowl is super refreshing – put the dressing in a separate container and take it with you.

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Miso Sweet Potato + Broccoli Bowl

Miso Sweet Potato + Broccoli Bowl

The miso sweet potato and broccoli add some substance to the mixed greens, making for a great lunch bowl. This would be just as tasty over grains.

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Photography by Ali Allen.

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