Meal prep, Recipes, Vegetarian, Write 31 2018

Snack Boxes – The Hard Boiled Egg Version (Vegetarian Meal Prep) – Day 4 of 31

If I don’t have a plan of what I am going to eat during the week, then I feel out of sync.

There are some weeks that I know that all I’m going to be able to eat is snacky types of foods.  Foods that I can eat while working at my desk or even sometimes between students.

Here’s one idea for a snacky type snack box.  I call it my Hard Boiled Egg version.

I’m a vegetarian but not a vegan.  I still eat dairy and eggs.

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What You’ll Need for these Snack Boxes:

  • Hard boiled egg(s) – Store bought or make at home – Instant Pot or oven method 
  • Hummus – Homemade or Store bought
  • Your favorite snacking veggie – sliced cucumber, snap peas, carrot sticks, celery sticks
  • Slices of cheese
  • Mini Croissants, crackers, or some other carb
  • A container to put the snack in, cupcake wrappers (silicone or paper), and small containers to put the hummus in

To assemble the Snack Box:

  • Place in the container.  I used the cupcake wrapper for the egg so that it was separated from rest of the food.  You can leave the peel on or off.  It really does not matter.
  • I put the mini croissant in a small sandwich bag to keep it fresh.
  • The hummus was placed in a small container that I purchased at the dollar store.
  • Use within 4 days.

When you make the hard boiled eggs, it is best to use the eggs that have been in your fridge the longest but are not expired.

Happy vegetarian eating,
Traci

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