|That kid so does not appreciate that sandwich.|
So my grownup sophisticated strategy is to make everything on Sunday and then to keep eating that for the entire week. So yes it violates the whole "get sick after 2 days" rule; however there is nothing sweeter than dumping preconfigured meals into the lunchbox each morning.
|Other times, you're going to have to make lunch during the middle of the week regardless|
One nice thing is getting to put a spin on classics because we can now employ "grow-up" foodstuffs because our taste buds have "evolved" (aka: have dwindled away) to appreciate a wider range of culinary delights. These remix a sauce from a Weight Watchers recipe to add a southwestern kick to ordinary tuna. Also, sandwiches sound so elementary school; the pocket is the new cool kid who has the option to be served cold or warmed. And bonus! No crusts.
1 can tuna
1/2 avocado, mashed
2 tbsp sour cream
1-2 tbsp diced tomatoes (based on taste
1 tsp lemon juice
1 roll crescent roll dough
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix all ingredients except the crescent roll dough together in a bowl until well combined. If it seems a bit runny, add more avocado.
|This is definitely not part of the plating process|
|Letting it all hang out is another story|
|More or less evenly distributed.|
|Don't let it leak!|
|Anyway to hold in the goodness works|
|Baking is indiscriminate much like placing the pockets|
|This is a good level of browning.|
|Pictured: sandwich, string cheese, and carrot sticks.|