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Some Healthy College Cooking Recipes

Learn more about Healthy College Cooking Recipes and see where you fit into the equation. Find out the different ways you can prepare Healthy College Cooking Recipes and live a better life.

College often means crashing hard, cramming for exams and being low on cash. The combination of the three can lead to stress and a very unhealthy diet. These college cooking recipes are healthy, easy to make and will give you the fuel you need to get through those longs hours of studying without depleting your funds!


The most important meal of the day will also be the meal you look forward to most when your morning is made up of this delectable breakfast recipe:

"Not Your Average Bowl of Oats"

Make a nutritious bowl of oatmeal super fast when you prepare it cold cereal style. Here's what you'll need!

    * 3/4 cup regular rolled oats (meaning uncooked and non-instant)

    * 3/4 cup skim, soy, rice or almond milk

    * ˝ teaspoon cinnamon

    * A single packet of your favorite sweetener

    * 1/4 cup of the fresh or dried berries of your choice

 This recipe makes just enough for you (so if your room mate would like to join you in enjoyment you'll have to double up). Mix all of the ingredients together in your favorite cereal bowl the night before, with the exclusion of fresh berries if you are using them. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and place it in the fridge until morning. Grab the bowl and add your fresh berries at breakfast time. A glass of O.J or tasty tofu milk makes simple college cooking recipes like this simply superb!


  By noon you'll need to add some fuel to the fire that's been slowly dying out since breakfast. Throw together this lunch your taste buds and body will love - all in between classes:

"Avocado and Tomato Baguette Sandwich"

Here's what you'll need to make this delightfully good red and green sandwich!

    * 1 fresh baguette horizontally sliced
    * A ripe avocado
    * 1 crushed garlic clove
    * 2 completely sliced tomatoes
    * 2-4 basil leaves
    * Salt and ground black pepper

Using a fork, mash the avocado in a small bowl and add the garlic and salt and pepper to your liking. Spread this mixture over the sliced baguette and top it with the tomatoes slices and basil leaves. Enjoy with your favorite non sugary beverage, soup and apple chips!


  Brace yourself for a long evening with a dinner that sticks to the bones and recharges the brain. Using college cooking recipes of this kind will do just that!

" Best When Shared BBQ Chicken Pizza"

Invite your friends in for delicious, healthy homemade pizza. They'll thank you later! Here's what you'll need:

    * 2 tablespoons olive oil
    * 1/2 pound chicken tenders
    * 2/3 cup BBQ of your choice
    * 1 (13.8-ounce) package pizza dough
    * 3/4 cup shredded Gouda
    * 1 cup shredded mozzarella
    * 3/4 cup shredded Parmesan
    * 1/2 medium red onion, thinly sliced
Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit while heating oil in a large skillet (medium-high heat). Sauté chicken tenders until they are golden brown and remove from heat to allow cooling. Once cool, dice chicken into 1 cups worth.  Toss diced chicken with 2 tablespoons BBQ sauce and set aside.

Roll out pizza dough and put it on a greased sheet pan, shaping the dough to the pan's form. Use the remaining sauce to cover the dough, and then sprinkle with cheesesFeature Articles, onions and chicken. Allow it to bake for 20 minutes or until the cheese is bubbling. Cut into slices and serve!

Use these college cooking recipes to avoid unwanted weight gain and increase your energy and ability to focus!

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