you can't get anymore simple than that!
dried fruit as a backup.
I steam cut up circular chucks of sweet potato.
They store well in the fridge, are delicious cold or re-heated and are easily transported in a container.
I don't need any condiments or toppings.
Make smoothies and drink it on your desk :)
Thanks for the tips everyone :)
It just seemed like 30 minutes is a short break to down all my calories. I need the energy since I have a pretty intensive job. When I'm at home I take all my time to eat or drink my yummy fruits :)
When I'm at work I usually always bring dates with me because they're easy to snack on and you can get a decent amount of cals in from them. Smoothies are always good too since you can have them at any time whether it be before, during, or after your break.
i don't think that eating cooked food would take a shorter amount of time to eat than fruit. If you run out of time to eat during your lunch break you can easily eat fruit at your desk as well!
I would recommend smoothies, bananas or dates as these food are higher in calories so you wont have to eat such a large quantity of food at one time