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As an Allied health professional, it can be hard to eat healthy when you are busy working long shifts. Your schedule is so hectic that when you do get some time to yourself, you don’t want to spend it cooking meals that take a lot of time or require a lot of money.

Here are five easy lunches to make that just are healthy, take a few minutes, and can be packed to take to work.

1. Turkey Ranch Club Wrap

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These wraps are easy enough to make that you can roll up all the ingredients just before leaving the house. The best part is that they are healthy and filling, and made with sliced turkey, bacon, American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and ranch dressing—all wrapped up in a flour tortilla!

Recipe from Life in the Lofthouse

2. Beef and Broccoli

beef and broccoli

Looking for a tasty, low-carb option to take with you to work? This beef and broccoli recipe is out of the world delicious and only takes a few minutes. Made with yummy flavors like soy sauce, garlic, ginger, and black pepper, you’ll love every bite and it will keep you full during your shift.

Recipe from One Lovely Life

3. One Pan Italian Sausage and Veggies

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This recipe makes a great meal-prep idea. Simply spread out pieces of Italian sausage with your favorite veggies (like peppers, squash, broccoli, and carrots!), drizzle with olive oil, and season with your favorite herbs. Put the pan in the oven for 15 minutes, and then serve with rice. You can make 4-6 servings and save it for other days you’re working so you don’t have to cook!

Recipe from Chelsea Messy Apron

4. Creamy Tomato and Spinach Pasta

tomato pasta

Craving some pasta? This recipe is a healthier version that some cream sauces out there, and only takes about 20 minutes to make. You’ll also have about 4 servings, which means you can have it for dinner later or save it for the following days of work. You’ll need penne pasta, diced tomatoes, garlic, tomato paste, cream cheese, and spinach. Yum!

Recipe from Budget Bytes

5. Tasty Turkey Chili

turkey chili

If you’re a fan of soups and stews, you’re going to love this turkey chili! Made with ground turkey, red bell pepper, onion, beans, and chili powder, you’ll feel satisfied after warming this up in the microwave on your break. It will keep you feeling full throughout your workday!

Recipe from Averie Cooks

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