Of all our recipes here at College Fed, our favorite are the breakfast meals. Today’s recipe works really well if you have some leftovers to get rid of (assuming you eat broccoli once in a while). I recommend buying some pre-cooked chicken in the store, along with the alfredo. As far as the broccoli goes, a college student can always turn to the steamed veggies in the frozen section.
Eating at chipotle everyday for the rest of your life would get a bit pricy, but you can make your own Mexican fiesta at home for a fraction of the price! We’ll get you started with some of their famous rice in this damn good copycat recipe. Use it as the base for your own burrito, a side for chicken, or a quick snack in the afternoon. Oh, and the best part? This one is HEALTHY!
To help you bring in the season and get rid of your spring semester beer belly, we present a delicious and healthy recipe that will put you in the mood for summer faster than Summertime by Kenny Chesney. While the Avocado and Tomato Summer Salad will require a bit more work than your typical college meal, we know that your work will be worth it.
Since you all loved our user submitted Cake in a Mug recipe, we thought we would hit you with another just like it! College students love recipes that they can cook with a few simple (long lasting) ingredients and a microwave- or at least I do. With this recipe from Melissa at No. 2 Pencil you can satisfy your sweet tooth and your schedule! Enjoy!
Today’s delicious sandwich recipe comes from Maria and Josh and at the Two Peas and their Pod food blog, and it has my mouth watering just thinking about it. We’ve changed the recipe a bit to make it more “College Friendly” so that you can dig into your meal and not your wallet! Get into the spring spirit with this great twist on grilled cheese and, as always, enjoy!
In the mood to experiment? This totally customizable pasta creature is sure to spark your creative side, and fill you up as well. As college students, we are always boiling water for pasta, so why not throw some meat in there and get a more fulfilling meal? We’ll start you off on this one, but the sauce is up to you. We suggest a butter, marinara, or cheese sauce. Whatever makes you happy.
To make this you literally take the contents of 6 cans and heat them until they simmer (gently bubbling). Now that you know that, I won’t waste your time telling you just how convenient it is to keep a few cans on standby on the shelf to make this delicious soup whenever you want! Feel free to doctor it up however you want or to take out whatever you won’t eat.
Happy Valentines Day! Today’s recipe comes from Cosmo and is ideal for your perfect Valentines Evening. Make sure you have all the ingredients and the two of you will have a great time whipping this one up after a great meal. Enjoy and be sure to let us know how your night was in the comments!
Today we bring you yet another fantastic Ramen hack for your eating pleasure! Combine some simple ingredients and you will find yourself with a fulfilling meal that is easy on your wallet and your schedule. Grab your favorite flavor of Ramen noodles and enjoy!
We here at Collegefed.com would feel remise if we didn’t provide you with the recipe to one of our favorite Superbowl dishes, mini buffalo chicken balls. Use this recipe via the Huffington Post’s Kitchen Daily for your party and watch your guests’ minds melt as the taste of your latest creation sends them into taste bud heaven!
Pasta. Among the simplest foods in a student’s bag of tricks, and thankfully one of the most flexible. With this quick and easy recipe you can have enough food for leftovers or just enough to satisfy your craving. Our simple directions will leave you more than enough time to get out the door to the library or the bar! Enjoy!
Every once in awhile a recipe comes across us that screams college cooking. By simply crushing up some crackers, you can enjoy a fulfilling meal with a little taste of home in the mix. This recipe takes little prep work, granting you the time to do whatever you please while it bakes! Enjoy!
Trying to eat a bit healthier this year? That resolution isn’t going to fulfill itself, and that’s why we dug up this super easy recipe for your taste buds. This “mom-approved” healthy meal is more than open to alterations, and a great source of protein for the rest of your day. Double the recipe for leftovers or share some with your roommates (haha, yeah right)!
Someone break out the salsa, we’re having Mexican for dinner tonight! With this recipe you’ll have a great fulfilling meal in 30 minutes or less. To make things even better, we’ve given you the ingredients for a meal that serves four- or as I like to call it, a meal that makes leftovers. Give this one a try and let us know how it goes!
This recipe is by far my favorite discovery since coming to college. While it takes a few more minutes to prepare, for me a total of 20 minutes to cook and eat, I can definitely appreciate the taste and simplicity of cooking this in return. I would describe the Egg in a Hole as grilled cheese with an egg in it because of how I choose to make it. Follow this great recipe and you won't regret it!
Freezer pizza is easy for college students. Turn on the oven, throw in the pizza, and eat. It's a pretty simple process, except (in my opinion) the taste does not compare to a traditional pizza and the toppings just don't sit right with my taste buds. Follow these simple directions and bump up your pizza experience while your roommates admire your ingenuity.