5 Simple and Easy Dorm Approved Recipes

As a college student, food is probably your main concern. Whether its snacking late at night, or while you’re studying for your big physics midterm, food can be your closest ally when times get hard.  There will be times when you’re craving food after your dining hall is closed and the market commons is as well. This is where this post comes in handy. With this short post, you can have ideas for all times of the day.

Simple Mac and Cheese

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This may not be your mom’s baked mac and cheese but its definitely better than the powdered concoction we’re all prone to buying. Click here for the goodness! 

Mug Chocolate Chip Cookie

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Is it late at night and your commons shoppette is closed? Is it after 2AM and Insomnia can’t come to the rescue? Lucky for you, there’s a simple yet delicious chocolate chip cookie you can make in minutes! Find the yumminess here!

Granola Bars

These Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Chewy Granola Bars are made quickly and easily in the microwave and taste so delicious!

This recipie requires minimal ingredients that you can obtain from your local grocery store and is perfect for those that love to cook but are limited due to the dorm life. No worries, you can make these babies in just a few short minutes! You can find the recipe here.

Green Smoothies

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These are my go to breakfast choices when I don’t have time to make it to the commons to eat and I’m in too much of a rush to sit and make cereal or oatmeal. This green smoothie only takes minutes to make if you have a blender and is super nutritious and filling! Click here for the recipe!

Banana Nut Oatmeal

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This simple yet stomach pleasing recipe is super simple and only requires a few easy to obtain ingredients. Of course you can opt for instant oatmeal over the cooking oats. The result will still be pleasing! Click here for the scoop.