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No-Fat November Healthy Lunch Options

It’s that time of year where the holidays are approaching and your annual Thanksgiving feast is right around the corner. With an abundance of food and non-stop family gatherings for the next two months, there’s no better time to take a break from unhealthy foods and start your No-Fat November diet. With these quick, healthy, and easy lunch options, your day will start off on the right foot, and your holiday month will be that much better!

Caprese Salad

The Hills Bar Caprese Salad
The Hills Bar Caprese Salad

With few ingredients, there’s no easier meal to make. Add balsamic, onions, or pesto and give your salad some extra flavor!

Egg White Omelette with Whole Wheat Toast

Mr. Breakfast Body Builder Omelet
Mr. Breakfast Body Builder Omelette

Anything is possible with an omelette. Make yours simple by solely adding cheese, or get creative with your omelette by adding vegetables and protein, including tomatoes, peppers, mushrooms, onions, spinach, ham, turkey, and more!

Avocado Toast

  1. Avocado Toast

Avocado Toast with Optional Egg
Avocado Toast with Optional Egg

This seems to be everyone’s favorite. All you need are two ingredients – avocado and toast – and you’re good to go! Use whole wheat toast to make your meal healthier, or add a sunny-side up egg to make your meal that much more tasty and delicious.

Cauliflower Pizza

iFoodreal's Cauliflower Pizza Crust
iFoodreal’s Cauliflower Pizza Crust

Buzz, Buzz, Buzz. The buzz around this meal is everywhere! With a healthier option to replace your go-to pizza, this low-carb and low-calorie pie is delicious. Don’t believe us? Try it yourself and see what the buzz is all about.

Fruit Smoothie or Acai Bowl

Kathy Petalsky's Acai Berry Smoothie
Kathy Patalsky’s Acai Berry Smoothie
Daily Burn's Acai Breakfast Bowl
Daily Burn’s Acai Breakfast Bowl

These healthy food options taste even better than they look! Whether homemade or take-out, these two meals take little time to make and will give you enough vitamins to survive the long day ahead of you. Simply add your favorite fruits and toppings to customize your smoothie or acai bowl just the way you like it!

Yogurt Parfait

Amee's Savory Dish Greek Yogurt Parfaits
Amee’s Savory Dish Greek Yogurt Parfaits

If you love fruit and yogurt, there’s also the option to make a yogurt parfait! By using Greek or low-fat yogurt, a variety of fruit, and adding granola, your yogurt parfait is not only inexpensive and easy to assemble, but it is also a great grab-and-go lunch.

No matter what healthy lunch option you choose, whether it be an easy home-cooked meal or a quick take-out meal, there are plenty of lunch choices that are both healthy and delicious. Try one of these meals and start your No-Fat November off right!

10 Munchie-Killing Snack Ideas

Whether you just got home from a wild night out, spent the whole day studying in the library, or are watching a movie with friends, the munchies always find a way to sneak up on you. With so many snack options it is hard to pick what to eat. Let us make it easier for you! Try these 10 munchie-killing snacks the next time you’re hungry.

1. Chocolate Delightstix from Cottage Inn Pizza

 With Cottage Inn’s gooey, sweet icing you really can’t go wrong.


2. Funnel Cake from Sicilia Fine Italian Specialties

 Who says Funnel Cake is only good for carnivals?


3. Two-Minute Nutella Cake

 Yes, it is possible to make a cake in just two minutes! Recipe here.

4. No-Bake Peanut Butter-Chocolate Bars

Its has greek yogurt in it so it is a healthy dessert! Recipe here.

5. Puppy Chow Snack Mix

The perfect snack for your sweet tooth! Recipe here.

6. Spiced Honey Pretzels

A satisfying snack without the fat and calories. Recipe here.

7. Latte Rice Krispie Treats

Mix your love for overpriced coffee drinks with a childhood favorite. Recipe here.

8. Popcorn with Lime and Chili

So much flavor with just 100 calories! Recipe here.

9. Pizza Crackers

Its like a bite-size slice of pizza. Recipe here.

10. Chocolate- Banana Treat

Banana and Nutella, one of the best pairs out there! Recipe here.

Putting the Special in Specialty Pizza

Everyone loves the standard cheese, pepperoni, and sausage pizza toppings, but sometimes it’s fun to try something new and order a specialty pizza. Whether it’s a mixture of meats, variety of veggies, or something strange that you wouldn’t expect on a pizza, restaurants around the Ohio State University have been serving up delicious combination pizzas that you won’t find anywhere else. Check out some of our favorites available on EatHighSt.

Cottage Inn - Hummus Delight - Baked pizza dough with Hummus Spread with Red Onions, Hot Peppers, Tomatoes, Black Olives, Cucumbers, Feta, and Herb and Olive Oil. 

Pizza Rustica - Prosciutto & Egg Pizza - Plum Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella Cheese, Savory Prosciutto, Thick Slices of Hard Boiled Eggs, Fresh Diced Tomatoes and Kalamata Olives.

The Pizza Joint - Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza - Beef, Bacon, Tomato, Red Onions, and Cheddar Cheese.

Sicilia Fine Italian Specialties - Veggie Palermo - Sautéed Spinach, Broccoli, Peppers, Onions, Mushrooms, Black Olives, and Extra Cheese.

King’s Pizza - Gyro Pizza - Gyro Meat, Red Onion, Feta Cheese, and Gyro Sauce.