Healthy Easy Lunch Ideas: 12 Delicious 300-Calorie Lunches

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If you’re on a restricted calorie diet, every calorie counts. You can’t afford to splurge on a huge lunch, but that doesn’t mean you want to spend the afternoon listening to your stomach growl. And you certainly don’t want to deprive yourself of delicious-tasting food! If you’re not eating foods that will keep you full, or you’re not fulfilling your taste buds, you may end up ruining the day’s calorie count by splurging on an unhealthy snack. We not only found some healthy easy lunch ideas that fit all of those points, but we went one step further. All of these delicious 300 calories lunch are easy to throw together, too.

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These healthy easy lunch ideas really take the thinking out of your weight-loss plan. Counting calories can be time-consuming, especially when you’re tallying up each individual ingredient’s calorie content. Instead, why not seek out a recipe that has already done the math for you? You can avoid counting the calories while also enjoying a no-fuss, delicious meal. As someone who recently found weight loss success by being more mindful of my calorie intake, I can vouch for these healthy easy lunch ideas. Filling up on wonderfully healthy and delicious meals without overdoing the calorie limit for the day was my secret to success!

1. Lite Tuna Melt Wrap

This tuna melt wrap is a great option for a low-calorie lunch. It clocks in at 329 calories and the simple ingredients really work together to make something delicious and satisfying. All you need is canned tuna, cheddar cheese, and whole-wheat wraps. It’s a guilt-free way to combine ingredients without having to take an extra trip to the grocery store.
We make this tuna wrap light by using Greek yogurt in place of traditional mayo. This cuts a hefty amount of unhealthy fats without sacrificing the creamy goodness that tuna salad is known for. The reduced-fat cheddar cheese keeps calories low, too. Butter lettuce adds a satisfying crunch while additions like pickles or jalapeños add a fierce finish you’ll love.

2. 3-Ingredient Avocado and Feta Toast

Coming in at a mere 297 calories, this super simple toast combines two crave-worthy ingredients: rich and creamy avocado and tangy, salty feta. While “avo toast” is typically thought of as a breakfast item, it makes a fantastic, light grab-and-go lunch option when a typical sandwich just isn’t cutting it.

The recipe is packed with protein and slow digesting carbs from the whole wheat bread. You’ll  feel satisfied by the end of the meal and stay full all afternoon long. The lasting energy it provides makes it a great option for avoiding that 2pm slump (you know, when you feel bored, exhausted, and falsely hungry).