the ultimate food high
– Alyson Weber
Every college student wishes they could eat those amazing home-cooked meals your parents made back in high school. The problem is all day you were either sitting in class, studying or at club meetings. Now all you want to do is go home and veg on the couch while watching Netflix. Really anything sounds more appealing than cooking dinner. When you ask every college student who has access to a kitchen why they don’t like cooking it’s because they say they’re too lazy. However, these fifteen recipes are easy to make, quick (fifteen minutes or less!), and delicious. No more excuses…let’s get cooking.
Taco Tuesday? I think YES.
Here lies a fantastic meatless-Monday option! It’s a win-win situation with the veggies and yummy taste.
All you need to do is just dump all the ingredients in a pot, wait for it to cook, and then shazam dinner is served.
Feeling guilty after realizing you ate soft-serve every day last week? Salmon is to the rescue to make you feel like a healthy champ again!
As an avid breakfast lover, I fully support eating breakfast for dinner.
Instead of buying sub-par quesadillas in Schine every day, make your own!
Pair this sweet and spicy tofu with vegetables and rice for a delicious and nutritious meal!
A dish that looks impressive, yet is surprisingly easy to make.
Make this detoxifying kale salad to start your week off on the right foot!
Who says your basic love for avocado toast should stop at breakfast time?
Anything with the words “buffalo chicken” are guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser. Make these sandwiches for your next get-together with friends to watch a March Madness basketball game!
This recipe only requires ten minutes of effort. Even the busiest of busiest people can spare ten minutes to make this yummy and flavorful recipe.