With such busy schedules it is often hard to find time to prepare your lunch for the day or much less the week. With today being National Pack Your Lunch Day, try a few of these recipes made with honey to fill your lunch box.
If you are looking for a salad to start your lunch or as your entire meal:
The Sue Bee Apple and Toasted Pecan Salad With Honey Poppy Seed Dressing is crisp and light so it won’t leave you feeling sluggish after your lunch.
Another recipe that is fruity and sweet is Sue Bee Honey Waldorf Salad made with marshmallows, apples and a few other refreshing ingredients.
How Sweet It Is features this Summer Chickpea Salad With Honey Garlic Lime Vinaigrette that takes only minutes to make!
If a salad isn’t enough to fill you up, try pairing it with one of these main dishes:
Sue Bee Honey Mini Ham and Cheese Rolls are great because they are small enough to have more than one and you don’t have to feel guilty for not finishing a giant sandwich.
Hidemi Walsh, a winner in the Sue Bee Honey Sweet Eats Recipe Contest, submitted the Peanut Butter Bacon Honey Carrot Sandwich that will definitely satisfy those midday hunger cravings.
For something you can make ahead or take as leftovers, try the National Honey Board’s recipe for Skinny Honey Lime Chicken Enchiladas.
It’s nice to have a little variety with lunch so test out one of these side dishes to accompany your main course:
Sue Bee Honey’s Gingered Carrots With Honey give you a sweet and healthy side.
These Honey Herbed Tomatoes With Balsamic Sauce submitted by Steven Fisher to the Sweet Eats Contest also provide a fresh taste for your lunch.
Sometimes all you need is a roll. My Recipes shares a Honey Yeast Roll Recipe that makes 28 servings so you can have extras for dinner or share with your family.
Lunch wouldn’t be complete without something sweet! Add one of these desserts:
The Sue Bee Honey Coconut Snowballs aren’t just for winter. They are a great recipe to make year-round to satisfy those sweet tooth cravings.
Make a batch of these Honey-Dipped Donut Cookies by Marie Valdes from the Sweet Eats Contest.
For something on the fluffier side, try these Lemon-Honey Cupcakes from Woman’s Day.
If you get hungry throughout the day, you can munch on some of these snacks:
Sue Bee Honey Roasted Pumpkin Seeds give you a classic honey flavor with a little bit of crunch.
These Aunt Sue Oatmeal Bites shared by Pam Correll in Sue Bee’s recipe contest are a hearty, yet sweet snack to keep you on your way.
Make some of this Tropical Honey Snack Mix by Betty Crocker for something sweet and salty.