Healthy 10 Minute Lunch Ideas! (vegan, delicious)


Hi hello and welcome! This video features 5 delicious, easy, simple and pretty healthy vegan meal ideas. These recipes will only take you around 10-15 minutes so they’re perfect for a quick online school/work lunch break.

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#1 Sweet Potato Peanut Bowl 0:00

1 medium sized sweet potato (something like 400g or 14 oz)
1-2 handfuls of small cut frozen vegetables ( let them defrost by boiling the veggies alongside the sweet potato, adding them 4-ish min before the potato would be done)

for the peanut sauce:
2 tbsp natural peanut butter
3/4 tbsp soy sauce
the juice of ½ lemon
spices of choice to taste (i added ¼ tsp smoked paprika + ¼ tsp ras el hanout)
3 tbsp of non dairy milk or water to adjust the consistency, add more if needed
→ mix well until smooth and creamy
→ add salt to taste if needed
→perhaps add fresh spinach, roasted peanuts, grated carrot, flavoured tofu to your bowl

If you don’t like the soft texture of cooked sweet potato, perhaps roast the chunks: marinated them in a little bit of oil, add salt and other seasonings, lay the chunks out on a sheet with parchment paper and bake them for around 30 minutes at 200C or until they’ve gotten some nice color.

serves 1-2

#2 Kimchi Zoodle “Quesadilla” 2:40

1 zucchini
1 clove of garlic
oil for the pan
½ tsp lemon zest
salt, seasoning to taste

2 small – medium sized tortillas
½ avocado or 1 tbsp hummus
a squeeze of lemon juice
vegan kimchi
a handful of brown lentils or other lentil, bean of choice
a handful of vegan pizza cheese
optional: extra mashed avocado or hummus to smear on the second tortilla

serves 1

#3 Sundried Tomato Tofu Toasts 4:21

1 block firm plain tofu (200g = 7oz)
7-10 sundried tomatoes, marinated in oil
1 ¼ tbsp white wine or balsamic vinegar
1 tbsp tomato purée
a generous pinch of salt or to taste
3 tbsp non dairy milk
1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil, optional
spices of choice to taste

toast, cherry tomatoes, vegan cheese balsamic glaze

→ yields enough tofu spread for about 6 toasts
→ lasts up to 3 days sealed in the fridge

#4 Sweet and Sour Noodles 5:43

~125g noodles of choice (4,4oz)
1 clove garlic, finely chopped
1 tbsp corn starch
1 tbsp soy sauce
2 ½ tbsp date or rice syrup
1 tbsp miso paste
3 tbsp balsamic vinegar
100ml water (⅓ cup + 2 tbsp)
→ once you combine sauce + noodles taste test and see if you need salt and extra spices

topping ideas: avocado, peppers, carrots, tofu, brown lentils, sesame seeds

serves 1-2

#5 Blueberry Sweet Potato Smoothie Bowl 7:35

150g-175g sweet potato chopped and peeled (5.3oz – 6.17oz)
150g frozen blueberries (1 cup)
a handful of frozen raspberries
1 tbsp ground flax seeds
½ tsp vanilla
¼ tsp cinnamon
1 tbsp vegan vanilla protein powder
½ tbsp ground hemp seeds, optional
⅓ cup non dairy milk or orange juice (80ml)

my toppings were whole wheat cereal, green apple, a sprinkle of coconut sugar and a squeeze of lemon juice

serves 1


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  1. I can't wait to try the tortilla, thanks for this video😍
    By the way, gluten is not harmful for people who don't have celiac disease or a gluten intolerance. Gluten-free products are extremely expensive and they don't have any benefit for healty people 😊

  2. Amazing recipes! Recently I've been loving making pasta (regular or wholegrain pennette, or anything along that) with slightly sauteed cherry tomatoes with a bit of oil and tomato paste, to kind of make the whole dish more tomatoey, all combined with small sauteed eggplant strips. Usually I add also pepper, salt, and maybe some garlic powder, and top everything off with a dash of sesame seed.
    For a vegetarian version you could add mozzarella bites, or pretty much anything else that goes well with eggplants and tomatoes 🙂 even vegan or non vegan cheese

  3. A little comment on Mina's "healthier tortilla" comment: A store bought gluten-free tortilla is definitely not healthier than a wheat tortilla because in the gf ones they often add many many other unnecessary stuff and a lot more sugar. Also: If you are not allergic to gluten there is relly no reason why you shouldn't eat wheat products, your body won't die and you won't get fat over night – trust me and all the other humans that eat gluten and still live a healthy and happy life ❤️ This is especially for some of you who might struggle with having a healthy (by healthy I mean not constantly worrying about food, calories, ingredients, diets ect.) relationship with food and who get easily influenced by thing popular people on social media say or think, even if these people often just think loud and not doing everything they say for themselves or with the intention to suggest you to live a certain way – they are also just humans and can't take care about everything they say/ how someone might understand it 🌞
    To Mina: This is NOT a critic or something – i love your vids and your casual, calm and cool attitude! – I just wanted to say that because I struggled with this for a long time and I hope it may help someone to read it 🌻


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