If you want to get away from the school cafeteria a bit, and have a place where you can prepare quick meals, than this article is for you.
I will outline several of my favorite recipes in this article, and the full descriptions can be found at the link at the bottom.
NOTE: These Recipes are for those who are open to different foods (these are not traditional recipes)
Recipe 1: Chorizo Sweet Potato Chili
I’ve always been a big fan of chili – I love any food that is spicy, but what I really like about this recipe is it’s not only extremely healthy for you, it’s delicious.
*Quick Tip* Spicy Foods Help Increase Your Metabolism
The sweet potato provides tons of great carbohydrates for you, and the beans give you healthy fats. which will leave you full and relieving you of snack cravings later on.
Recipe 2: Chunky Lentil and Vegetable Soup
Okay, I’m kind of a sucker for chilis, soups, and stews. Coming from a cold climate, I always like a hot dish that will warm me up during the winter months. However, this dish provides you with a great variety of different foods, and a lot of food too. It’ll leave you feeling stuffed AND feeling good about the healthy food choice you just made.
Recipe 3: One Pot Sausage & Mushroom Pasta
Pasta isn’t the best dish for you if you’re trying to drop the pounds, but I had to throw this one in. Who doesn’t love pasta and red sauce right?
You can make a huge amount of this in one session of cooking, and bring it back to your dorm and stick in your fridge for later. This is great to share with your friends on your dorms (especially if their scavengers).
You can find more recipes and the actual recipe descriptions at the link below!