Caesar Salad is a great lunchtime option, but the less healthy part of it – the oily croûtons and heavy dressing can often mean it’s not so great or ideal for the WLS lunchbox. But if you tinker with the croûtons and choose a light Caesar dressing then it makes a sensible and most enjoyable
food on the go
Here’s a wonderfully simple lunchbox idea made with cooked new potatoes (in their skins) with roasted peppers, tuna and green salad leaves. Cooking the potatoes for this dish means they can be tossed in the dressing while still hot and they will soak up the flavours, but you can use leftover cooked ones if it
The Bariatric Lunchbox Club Meal Idea this week features a recipe that we posted earlier – not for ease but because we really think this is so good that we don’t want you to forget all about it. It’s OMG! good. We’ve paired it with just a little salad which has lettuce (red and green),
Sometimes you want a grab and go breakfast that isn’t a cereal or protein bar – something savoury to start the day but is ultra-convenient. I think I have found the answer because OMG! these are delicious and just the thing to pop in a bag, box or just your hand when leaving the house.
A pitta bread is a great and handy vehicle for stuffing with high protein tuna, lettuce and sweetcorn for a lunchbox meal. There are many variations – white, brown, wholemeal, high protein, seeded and flavoured so choose the one that suits you and your tolerability. Likewise they come in many sizes – standard will easily