Whats In A Lunchbox Drink?

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A great example of how random chefs can create interesting, tasty and most important – healthy foods. Thanks to my friends at cafepress, I was able to bring this one to life.

Other Drink Options

The Breakfast drink is great, but you can’t always make it to work on time. So, the other option is a lunchbox drink. These are drinks that you can take with you, or even have in the car on the way to work. Many lunchbox drinks are smoothies, which are a great way to get fruit and protein into your day. Some lunchbox drinks also include a protein shake, which are convenient to have in your drink for when you’re ready to eat. Some lunchbox drinks also include supplements, such as protein powder and vitamins. Some lunchbox drinks are also just a bottle of water. Water is essential for keeping you hydrated, and can be a great drink for when you’re on the go.

How Can You Make Your Own Lunchbox Drinks

Without further ado, here is a list of my favorite lunchbox recipes:
[Bullet Points]: Breakfast Cookies
[Bullet Points]: Muesli
[Bullet Points]: Cashew Butter Smoothie
[Bullet Points]: Black Bean Toast
[Bullet Points]: Banana and Berry Smoothie
[Bullet Points]: Chocolate smoothie
[Bullet Points]: Easy Fruit Salad
[Bullet Points]: Apple and Kiwi Muffins
[Bullet Points]: Grapefruit and Banana Smoothie
[Bullet Points]: Banana and Peach Smoothie
[Bullet Points]: Super Cappuccino
[Bullet Points]: Morning Munchies
[Bullet Points]: Cherry juice
[Bullet Points]: Carrot Juice
[Bullet Points]: Pomegranate Juice
[Bullet Points]: Apple juice
[Bullet Points]: Blueberry Juice
[Bullet Points]: Pumpkin juice
[Bullet Points]: Peach Juice
[Bullet Points]: Ginger Juice
[Bullet Points]: Tonic Water
[Bullet Points]: Green Juice
[Bullet Points]: Tomato Juice
[Bullet Points]: Cucumber Juice
[Bullet Points]: Potato Juice
[Bullet Points]: Orange Juice
[Bullet Points]: Cranberry Juice
[Bullet Points]: Orangeade
[Bullet Points]: Grapefruit Juice
[Bullet Points]: Cucumber Juice
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Is a Lunchbox Drink Healthy?

A lunchbox drink or ready to drink shake can have a lot of health benefits. These drinks are typically packed with vitamin and nutrients, but don’t just take our word for it, here’s a look at what the American Cancer Society has to say:
“One large portion of fruit, one small portion of fruit, and half your total daily fruit (or vegetable) requirement.
One fruit and two vegetable serving, one that doesn’t contain added sugar and one that does.
A serving of beans, 2 to 3 ounces.
2 1/2 to 3 ounces of non-starchy vegetables.
Half your daily grain requirement.”

Whats in a Lunchbox Drink?

Sometimes you just have to throw something together quick. Maybe you forgot to get lunch. Or maybe you’re on the road and you need a drink right away. There are a variety of ways to prepare lunchbox drinks. You can easily make them at home or at work. The key is to make sure that whatever you use to make them is shelf stable and doesn’t have a bad after taste. Here are some of the most popular options:

Making Homemade Lunchbox Drinks

This is a really simple recipe for homemade lunchbox drinks. It’s made with rehydrated powdered soup mixes. These are typically used for packing lunches, but can be used as the basis for lunchbox drinks. You can use any kind of mixed meal of your choosing, just adjust the proportion of each ingredient to suit your tastes. You can also swap the beef with turkey, chicken, lamb or even veggie options.

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