Easy vegan school lunch ideas?
I do not buy lunch at school, partly because they do not have vegan items available. Money isn't really an issue, but simple wrap or other recipes I would reaaaallly appreciate. Website links would be awesome too. THANKS
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- Anonymous8 years agoFavorite Answer
Make sandwiches that are a little different, like lettuce, celery, tomatoes, raisins, pineapple and cheese
- BrendaLv 44 years ago
I'm also in 8th grade and I'm a vegetarian so I think I can help. Do you not eat bread? If you do sandwiches and wraps with pbj, cream cheese, hummus, veggies, honey and basically what you want are good. I always pack an apple, sandwich and yogurt. You could pack vegan yogurt, Oreos, crackers, bars, veggies or vegan cheese sticks. Make quesidialls with vegan cheese and pack those. Bring fruit too. Apples, pears, plums, peaches, grapes, raisins, apricots, bananas and kiwi are yummy.
- 8 years ago
Easiest lunch ideas:
Bag of cereal
Grilled cheese (vegan of course)
Etc... There are also some pop tarts and other simple items. Basically I would picture what foods are given at school and try to mimic them. It would be easiest that way. Also you could try a wrap with avocado and lettuce tomato etc
- Lv 68 years ago
Heres a few easy lunches
baked potato with vegan cheese (which you can buy)
Heres a few links
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- *Chance*Lv 48 years ago
I am not yet a vegan however I have searched the Internet for a lot of vegan recipes. :] Here are a few sites with good lunch ideas for vegans:
I hope I helped. Have a good day. :]
- Head HaunchoLv 48 years ago
You could really bring anything you have on hand, unless you have a preference towards eating certain foods warm or easy-to-pack meals. Using recipes might be very consuming. I'd suggest throwing together what you have and depending on your own taste buds. If you're actually looking for recipes manageable as a school lunch, I'd look at raw foods recipes like
dried fruit like pineapple and banana chips
vegetable slices or carrots dipped in hummus or other sauce
A cute, mini baguette
chips with a dip
cookies, cakes, etc.
packaged apple sauce, etc.
Soy milk or juice boxes
SANDWICHES AND WRAPS:
A quick sandwich was my favorite thing to prepare for lunch because I didn't need to reheat them. Plus, vegan sandwiches look so fancy! To switch it up everyday, use pita bread, tortillas, or rolls instead of bread. Look at what types of ingredients are used in recipes here: http://www.vegetariantimes.com/recipe/sandwiches/
Replacements for Meat:
raw or fried portobello mushrooms
fresh or sun-dried tomato
fried, seasoned, and sliced tofu
sliced and seasonedcauliflower
leafy greens like spinach
beans, burgers or whole
sauces made of soy sauce, vegetable broth, vinegar, or lemon juice.
Chickpea-fritter sandwiches (http://www.ivillage.com/chickpea-fritters-bocconci... )
Black bean burgers (http://vegetarian.about.com/od/maindishentreerecip... )
Pita bread filled with olives, cold beans, and spare vegetables
lettuce of course
canned bean sprouts
Rice can also be a great base to add whatever you have on hand:
rice with savory beans of your choice
cold sweet rice
light Chinese fried rice
garlic fried rice
Left-over sticky rice mixed with chopped fruit
Bastardized sushi - just spread rice on seaweed wrappers and put vegetables, fruit, or kimchi inside
mini pizzas on any type of bread, such as bagels or biscuits, or tortillas
cold macaroni salads, maybe with peppers, olive oil, chickpeas, and olives
fruit yogurt parfaits - Use frozen fruit so it stays cold. Wait to add granola.
felafels with a chutney or barbecue sauce
cabbage egg rolls
wontons filled with vegetables and tofu flavored with sesame, teriyaki, or soy sauce
potato or tofu salad
casseroles like this tortilla lasagna without cheese (http://www.vegetariantimes.com/recipe/tortilla-las... )
these super cute spring rolls (http://www.vegetariantimes.com/recipe/live-spring-... )
cold tacos or fajitas
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- Anonymous8 years ago
Deer Hunting for meat would be great. The rifles aren't cheap but if you're american, you can get one for free with the purchase of a happy meal at McDonald's.Source(s): I myself is a meat lover.
- Anonymous8 years ago
Vegans shoudnt live at all