Boiled egg chaat: Nothing can beat the comfort of munching boiled eggs in office, especially when it is garnished with onion and green chilli slices along with a pinch of salt and pepper. Egg salad makes for a great dish that can be carried all the way to work. Also, if there is an active office pantry, order a plate of boiled egg and garnish it as per your choice.
Energy bars: Beware of energy bars that are packed with high sugar content. Low calorie, high fibre and high protein energy bars are good-to-go-office snacks. There are snack bars that are devoid of preservatives and added sugar. Ensure that the snack bar you purchase is filled with almonds, cashews, cranberries, dates, honey, brown sugar and oats.
Mixed sprouts chaat: This is a healthy north Indian chaat that are perfect to fill your tiffin box with. The main ingredients are mixed sprouts, tomatoes, onions, and cucumbers. It is quite to make and tasty to eat. Mixed sprouts chaat can either be consumed as a breakfast dish or evening snack. Sprinkle chaat masala, lemon juice, salt, and pepper.
Mixed fruit salad: An assortment of fruits on a platter is one of the delicious meals that provide natural minerals, and vitamins. Fruit salad comprising of grapes, berries, kiwi, apple, cucumber, papaya, pomegranates, bananas, are fun to eat at work.
Nuts and berries: A mix of high-calorie and low sugar nits and berries is a heart healthy desktop diet you should opt for. Nuts like Pistachios, walnuts, cashews, almonds contain unsaturated and heart-healthy fats along with fibre and Omega-3 fatty acids. Mineral loaded berries like strawberries, blueberries, cranberries are good to go with the nuts in one bowl. Carry handful of nuts and berries to work and munch them whenever you feel hungry and crave for something delicious.
Oats and vegetable pancake: Regular pancake made from flour is definitely not a healthy option. However, pancakes made from oats and mixed veggies are filled with goodness. It is a high-protein and high-fibre diet that tastes truly delicious. It can be prepared at the comfort of your home and carried easily to work. Veggies like peas, carrots, cauliflowers, beans, tomatoes, and broccoli are good to go. You can definitely add sliced coriander leaves for taste.
Vegetable-paneer sandwich: This is a delicious and quick-to-make sandwich that can be packed in your lunchbox. Opt for whole wheat or brown bread rather than white bread. Put onion, cucumber, and tomato slices and top it with a slice of paneer. Vegetable-paneer sandwich will reward your body with minerals, calcium, and vitamins, all of which are prerequisites to a healthy immune system.
Yogurt: Rich in protein, calcium, vitamins, potassium, magnesium, and probiotics, yogurt is one of the healthiest desktop diet that will keep you healthy without letting you compromise on taste. Many yogurts are rich in ‘good bacteria’ and are excellent for the digestive system. Mango yogurt, blueberry yogurt, strawberry yogurt are some of the delicious options available.