Category Archives: Lunch

Minestrone Tofu Soup


Thick. Hearty. SOUP!

A couple weeks back I was wandering around shopping at the mall….girl gotta have cute clothes…when I got hungry (dun, dun, dun).

Since I was still on my month long eating challenge; no-sugar, no-grains, no-processed, low-calorie, I thought it would be slightly challenging to find something to eat in a mall food court.

It wasn’t!

Ever heard of SoupMan? Well I hadn’t, but I had their vegetable minestrone soup and was completely SOLD!

It was so good and very filling. Having this super tasty and filling soup made me want to make my own.

Problem. I’ve never made soup. Ever. I’ve eaten crazy tons of soup but…haven’t made any.

Well….Check my results….

Minestrone Tofu Soup

May I pat myself on the back? Did and done.

I did a bunch of research trying to figure out the best way to make minestrone; lots of people had lots of opinions, methods, ingredients etc…

It got confusing, quick.

So I decided just to wing it.


My roommate tried and said it was delicious. So the soup Wins!

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Eggplant Pasta


Pasta Substitute –> Eggplant

Eggplant Pasta

Eggplant pasta with Garlic Kale, Spicy Tofu and Spicy Tomato Sauce

Oh you’re gona like this one… quite delicious and completely vegetarian!

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Salad – Speed Demon Fuel


Quickest Meal in T&H History

Ready, Set, Go!


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Hummus Lettuce Wraps


Hummus Lettuce Wrap

These hummus lettuce wraps are DELICIOUS and take all of about 5 seconds to prepare!

Homemade Hummus
> 2 cups Chick Peas – Canned in Water
> ½ Cup Greek Yogurt-Plain, Non-Fat
> 1 Tbsp. Lemon Juice
> ½ Tbsp. Garlic Powder
> 2 tsp. Salt

Drain the water from your chick peas, dump into a blender. Drop your ½ cup of yogurt, lemon juice, garlic powder and salt. Mash the blend button. You will have to stop and work the mixture down off the sides of your blender towards the blades. Depending on the consistency you may add by the tsps. your drained chick pea water, keep blending till smooth.
Entire Recipe = 588 calories
Serving – 2 ½ Tbsp. = 37 calories

Lemon Garlic Chicken
> 1 boneless, skinless chicken breast
> Lemon Juice
> Garlic Powder

Take a pre-thawed chicken breast and lay flat on a sheet of foil. Liberally dose with lemon juice and sprinkle with garlic powder. Fold sides of foil up to create a little foil pocket for your chicken. Throw in the oven at 350 for about 20 minutes; check your chicken about half-way through.

Wrap Assembly
Layer on top of each other two wide romaine lettuce leaves, leave the stalks on.
Smear 2 ½ Tbsp. of hummus on the lettuce.
Cut up ½ of your chicken breast and drop on top of your hummus.
Sprinkle about an 1/4 cup of carrots on top.

Eat and Enjoy, and believe me you will ENJOY.

Nutritional Information – 126 Calories
½ Chicken Breast (60 calories)
2 Romaine Lettuce Leaves, approximately 2 cups (16 calories)
2 ½ Tbsp. Hummus (37 calories)
¼ cup Carrot Shreds (13 calories)

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