Make this super-simple wrap the night before, wrap in parchment paper or plastic wrap, and store in the fridge—just grab it in the morning on your way out the door. Use Flatout Light whole-grain flatbreads to keep calories in check; you can find them at most supermarkets, usually in the bakery section.
Chinese restaurants serve mu shu pork with Mandarin pancakes. On a busy weeknight, whole-wheat tortillas are an easy sub. Look for trimmed boneless pork shoulder. If all you see are large cuts, ask your butcher to cut off a 1-pound portion.
Pick up a rotisserie chicken for dinner the night before (try these scrumptious options), then use your leftover chicken for this caprese wrap the next day. It's a win-win situation. Multigrain flatbread encases creamy mozzarella cheese, fresh basil, bright cherry tomatoes, and the tangy vinaigrette pulls the whole sandwich together, making it a great choice for lunch or a light dinner. To make it more similar to a traditional caprese, substitute balsamic vinegar for the white wine.
Using curry powder gives potential health benefits (when turmeric is combined with black pepper, it becomes an amazing anti-inflammatory agent). Mango chutney sweetens this deliciously spicy lunch option.