Easy Lunch Ideas for the Daily Grind

Lunch Box Recipes | Cake Katha by Seven Star

Even with a pandemic on the loose, workloads don’t seem to have changed one bit, be it working at the office or working from home. In fact, it is very definitely the opposite, and time and money have become more crucial than ever. Still, skipping your meals to save time and money will only leave your immune system weak which doesn’t help out either.

Here are a few brilliant lunch ideas that will help you save up on both time and money while keeping your immune system working at its best.

Baked Eggs

Prep time: 20 minutes

This is a great idea for both those working from home and those going to work. All you have to do is throw in a few eggs into a baking dish with cream cheese and a bit of parsley thyme and garlic with salt for taste and a bit of hot sauce and pepper for spice. Heat the oven and bake till cooked. This dish will ensure that you get the proteins and the energy you need for the rest of the day.

Baked Eggs Dish | Cake Katha by Seven Star
Baked Eggs Dish

Wheat Flour Pancakes

Prep time: 30 minutes

Since we are focused on eating healthy these days, how about wheat flour pancakes with an element of spice in it? Make your pancake batter with 7 Star Wheat Flour and add a bit of turmeric, chopped onions, garlic, coriander, and green chillies. Bake a few pancakes and…voila! You’ve got your healthy lunch all done and ready to go.

Wheat Flour Pancakes | Cake Katha by Seven Star
Wheat Flour Pancakes

Tuna Salad

Prep time: 30 minutes

Tuna is an ingredient that’s rich in essential oils, proteins, and amino acids. The best thing about this ingredient is that it is low in fat. Add chopped celery, onions, and garlic into shredded tuna and mix well with some mayonnaise, salt, and pepper. You can also pair it with some toast to fill you up a little more.

Tuna Salad | Cake Katha by Seven Star
Tuna Salad

Bread Pizza

Prep time: 15 minutes

If you’ve got bread remaining from the previous day along with some chicken curry here’s an easy solution. Shred the curry chicken and toss it in some butter. Add some tomato sauce and you’ve got your topping. Butter the bread, put your topping on and bake for a few minutes. For a healthier option try a simple vegetable stir-fry for a topping with whole wheat bread.

Bread Pizza | Cake Katha by Seven Star
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