5 Healthy Lunch Recipe Without Cooking

Lunch is hard to make, but we offer a few simple lunch recipes that are healthier, more convenient, and don't require cooking.

For many people, lunch is the best meal of the day, especially when you are busy all morning.

But in fact, it is not so easy to prepare lunch in advance every day, at least I think so-I often don’t have time to prepare dinner at the right time.

This is why we present you with delicious recipes during lunch time. You don’t need a stove or oven.

In other words: if necessary, you can prepare everything on your desk, although we suggest at least one coffee kitchen.

Lunch is hard to make, but we offer a few simple lunch recipes that are healthier, more convenient, and don't require cooking.
Lunch is hard to make, but we offer a few simple lunch recipes that are healthier, more convenient, and don’t require cooking.

Simple lunch recipes without cooking

We offer 5 lunch recipes without cooking. They provide you with different food sources and are rich in vitamins and balanced nutrition.

1. Watermelon and feta salad with mint

Everyone likes watermelon, feta too, so why not mix both and have a good lunch as a salad? Is on top of that still healthy!

Ingredients:

  • a quarter watermelon (cut)
  • a pack of feta
  • a handful of pine nuts
  • three to four mint leaves
  • a little olive oil
  • half a lemon
  • salt and pepper

Preparation:

Make feta in a bowl, add olive oil. Then add the melon pieces and squeeze the lemon over it. Season with salt and pepper. Briefly “roast” the pine nuts in the microwave (care so they do not burn) and add as well. Finally, crush the mint leaves with your fingers and sprinkle over everything.

2. Mozzarella with fresh figs and walnuts

Tomato mozzarella is known, fig mozzarella possibly not yet. Inspire your colleagues and treat yourself to this fresh treat for lunch!

Ingredients:

  • four figs
  • a pack of mozzarella
  • some olive oil
  • some balsamic vinegar
  • a handful of walnuts
  • salt and pepper

Preparation

Tear mozzarella into pieces, cut figs into slices, arrange everything together on a plate. Add olive oil and balsamic vinegar and season with salt and pepper. Break the walnuts into pieces and sprinkle over the fig and mozzarella pieces.

3. Wholemeal bread with avocado

This classic has probably everyone at the cultivated brunch with the best friend already once breakfast. It’s also great for lunch – and is guaranteed to keep you full until evening.

Ingredients:

  • an avocado
  • two slices of wholemeal bread
  • a little fresh cheese or cottage cheese
  • salt and pepper
  • optional: some pomegranate seeds

Preparation

Coating the two slices of bread with a little fresh cheese or cottage cheese is hardly easier. Cut the avocado into strips and spread evenly over them. Season with salt and pepper. If you’re fancy, sprinkle a few pomegranate seeds over the breads – for sour freshness and an instata-suitable look.

4. Flatbread with pesto and tomatoes

Wondering too, who uses a pesto glass before the content becomes inedible? From then on you (and me) will not happen anymore, this lunch is deluxe!

Ingredients:

  • a piece of flatbread
  • one to two medium-sized tomatoes
  • a little pesto

Preparation:

Cut flatbread, generously spread pesto in it. Slice the tomatoes and fill in as well. If you have a toaster available, you can roast the flat bread in advance a bit crisp. If not, the whole thing tastes untasted.

5. Burrata with whatever

I would put half my hand in the fire and claim that Burrata tastes pretty much everything. At the moment I would recommend fresh figs or tomatoes, but galiamelone also works great. Don’t think long and try it!

Ingredients:

  • one ball Burrata
  • four figs or two medium-sized tomatoes or …
  • a handful of pine nuts or walnuts
  • some olive oil
  • some balsamic vinegar
  • salt and pepper

Preparation

Drape the burrata in the middle of the plate, around it the chopped tomatoes or figs. Drizzle some olive oil and balsamic vinegar over it and season with salt and pepper. Roast the pine nuts carefully in the microwave and top them with it – alternatively, chopped walnuts also work. Mmmh!

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