If you're tired of sandwiches and want something good for lunch, look no further! I've been making myself these little beauties for lunch all week:
On Sunday morning I threw two large, frozen chicken breasts in a crock pot. I sprinkled the top with a pack of taco seasoning and poured a jar of salsa on top. I cooked it on low for about 8-9 hours. You really can't screw things up with a crock pot. Sunday night I shredded the chicken. I measured out three ounces of chicken and half a cup of drained and rinsed black beans. It easily made five containers with a little bit left over.
I use these wraps to construct my masterpiece (7 grams of fiber! 7 grams of protein!):
When lunch time comes around I heat the bean/chicken mixture for 30 seconds. I put a 50 calorie, pepper jack string cheese on the wrap. Dump the black bean/chicken mixture on the wrap. Microwave for 20 more seconds. Top with a quarter of an avocado. Voila! You have a very filling, well balanced, 350 calorie lunch.