There’s not much to add here – everyone loves tacos, so here’s a healthy and simple shrimp tacos recipe to get your Mexican food fix in. Enjoy these guilt-free and simple shrimp tacos tonight, and let us know what you think in the comments section below! Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Ingredients 6 peeled and deveined shrimp… Read more →
I may not be sold on the concept of a mason jar salad, but the amount of time saved in a week with this recipe can’t be wrong.
Baked buffalo chicken sandwiches—say that one three times fast. Honestly, I’m passionate about buffalo sauce. Something about it gets me every time. If you’re equally as obsessed with buffalo flavored food, you’ll love this recipe because it’s quick, easy, and perfect for the college budget. Plus, baked chicken is healthier than crispy chicken, so you can feel a little less guilty after… Read more →
An easy pesto pizza recipe is just what you need to spice up your meals with new ingredients and a nice caprese flair. I tend to cook a lot with pesto if you haven’t noticed!
Want to know the secret to cooking easy, tasty meals in college? It’s simple. Learn to cook for leftovers. Take the time to prep a meal at the beginning of the week so that you can heat it up or repurpose it for simpler meals later in the week. Here, we have a perfect example of this concept thanks to… Read more →
Eating healthy in college is not a simple task. Not only can you get pizza nearly 24 hours a day, but your dorm room is ill equipped to prepare real meals. While it may seem that the only thing you can cook using your microwave is Ramen noodles, there are other more flavorful, healthful options that you can make this… Read more →
I’m sure you’ve heard about the power and magic of quinoa at some point. Now, on its own, I’ll admit it is not an appetizing grain to eat. The good news? You can mix literally anything into it and come out with a filling meal. When I discovered it, I was looking for a dish that was spicy, creamy, and… Read more →
I love Italian food. Pizza, olive oil, bread, cheese, and pasta are all things I could eat every single day. Unfortunately, combined they cannot be considered healthy foods (well, maybe with the exception of olive oil)! To combat this issue, I’ve created a healthier take on pasta that includes fresh vegetables and whole wheat pasta. Ingredients 1 tbsp extra virgin… Read more →
Stir frying is easy and delicious. I make myself stir fry at least three times a week because it’s a quick, healthy meal that can be prepped ahead of time, perfect to come home to after a long day of classes. Additionally, it only requires one pan so there is less to clean up! Here is one of my favorite… Read more →
At College Fed, we do a lot of preaching on behalf of quick and healthy meals. But the truth is, sometimes, you are pushed against the wall and cave to the convenience of instant foods. For easy, cheap and tasty, there is nothing better for a college student than ramen noodles. A single pack costs mere cents and they can… Read more →