How do you tend to lunch on the go? I’m often guilty of buying something from the nearest coffee shop, but that can quickly become pricey, and it’s rarely a terribly healthy option.
If you’re looking to move towards healthy packed lunches and want something more inspiring than sandwiches, you might rather like Ryvita’s new creation: Lunch Packs.
You get five packs in a box, and each pack contains four crispbreads – just the right amount for a delicious lunch, and easy to transport without filling your handbag with crumbs! There’s a great selection of flavours to choose from, making them option for putting together a whole range of healthy, convenient lunches on the go.
Here’s how I’ve been topping mine.
At my work desk
Quick to prepare and delicious to eat, this combination of a Ryvita ‘Sweet Onion’ Lunch Pack topped with homemade sunflower and spinach pesto, sun-dried tomatoes and a sprig of basil is the perfect lunch to get me through a busy day ploughing through emails.
On an impromptu picnic
Sandwiches for the whole family can takes ages to prep, only to end up soggy by the time you sit down to snack. These Ryvita ‘Mediterranean Herbs’ Lunch Pack crispbreads are topped with tomato chutney and fresh avocado, assembled on the picnic rug and paired with fresh salad and plenty of sunshine.
On the commute
For a train journey, this lunch is perfect. A Ryvita ‘Pumpkin Seeds and Oats’ Lunch Pack topped with ruffles of creamy swiss cheese and paired with carrot batons and a generous pot of houmous.
For ‘when you get a chance’
Radishes, marinated tofu pieces, smoked cheese and a pack of Ryvita Lunch Packs ‘Hint of Chilli’ makes for a great on-the-go lunch when you’ve a busy day ahead and no idea quite where you’ll be when you get a chance to sit down! With lots of different flavours and textures to keep your tastebuds happy, I also love this option to take to the gym and enjoy after a workout.
Try out the whole range
Ryvita’s new lunch packs currently come in six delicious variants: Pumpkin Seed and Oat, Sunflower Seed and Oat, Cracked Black Pepper, Sweet Onion, Mediterranean Herb and Hint of Chilli.
The possibilities for toppings is endless and from only 34 calories per crispbread, they’re a really healthy base to build your lunch around.
Ryvita crispbreads contain just a handful of natural ingredients – the base for each variant is simply water, salt and rye. This means they’re packed full of fibre, which is great for helping keep your digesting health in order, and since they’re made with rye, you’ll also be getting the benefit of nutrients such as zinc, which is important to support healthy bones, hair, nails and skin, along with magnesium and iron, which help to fight tiredness and fatigue.
Ryvita’s new Lunch Packs format will is available across Ryvita’s premium Deli seeded and flavoured Crispbreads in all major retailers, with an RRP of £1.59 per box.
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