Healthy Lunchbox in 10 minutes: Hummus + vegetables + biscuit

Many of us skip breakfast or lunch because we just don’t have time. Here is a healthy meal that you can pack to your office. It’s hummus with vegetables, oat biscuit and a banana.

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The lunchbox contains hummus, vegetables, biscuit and a banana. All you need to do is put all of them together in a takeaway container.

If you have no time in the morning at all, cut the vegetables the night before. The next day, simply put pre-made hummus and packet cracker into the lunchbox and go!JewelPie: hummus and oat cookie

  1. Make a huge batch of hummus (recipe here), put in individual plastic container and freeze.
  2. Defrost hummus the night before by putting it into the fridge.
  3. Buy packet crackers; wholewheat if possible.
  4. Buy bite-size vegetables like cherry tomatoes and baby carrots.

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> Hummus (Make it in 5 minutes. Recipe here)
> Vegetables of your choice (e.g cherry tomato, cucumber, celery)
> Biscuit
> Banana

HOW TO: Preparing on-the-go breakfast or lunch
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1. Cut vegetables into sticks and put into container.
2. Remove hummus from the fridge, into your takeaway container. If it’s frozen, defrost it in the fridge the night before.
3. Put packet biscuit and bananas into a bag and go!

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5 Responses to “Healthy Lunchbox in 10 minutes: Hummus + vegetables + biscuit”

  1. Chris
    October 14, 2013 at 3:53 pm #

    if y cud put a link to the hummus recipe

  2. Sara
    October 14, 2013 at 7:30 pm #

    Thanks! Already did it!

  3. kay
    April 22, 2014 at 11:01 am #

    Love the lunchbox idea,not just for me but also for my kids who buy lunch at school.
    Is it ok if the humus is not stored in the fridge from morning till lunch?
    Doubt the schools are going to offer the kids use of a refrigerator.

  4. Sara
    April 22, 2014 at 12:41 pm #

    I think a few hours should be fine. Especially if you have a proper container/carry bag which retains the temperature of the food.


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