It is no question that this time of year is extra busy for college students specifically. We have classes, projects, tests, and the stresses of finials and the end of the semester all in the short period of time after Thanksgiving. Also, students at the same time are ready to take the time off from all the work and celebrate the holidays. One good way to get in the holiday spirit and to reduce stress a little bit is to bake some cookies.
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Looking too make dinner for a significant other? Look no further. The dinner above was made for $25 which is a lot cheaper than going out. Impress for significant other with the heartfelt gesture making a home cooked meal. Here’s one good meal.
Are you tasked with bringing a beverage for Thanksgiving dinner. To be completely honest, this can be a hassle. Getting a large group of people to agree on the same drink is virtually impossible. Similarly, turkey is a tough food to pair with and finding the proper beverage is important. This post has both alcoholic and nonalcoholic options.
While everyone is getting ready for Thanksgiving I wanted to let you know about some great opportunities to get some awesome details on cookware.
Thanksgiving is coming up quickly. The holiday gives students a taste of home again after a long beginning portion of the semester as well as a much needed break. Some students will choose to catch up with friends and family while others will catch up on major assignments due in the near future or a combination of both.
Halloween is almost here and I found this interesting post from College Magazine that gives some great recipes for Halloween parties. Many of these are good for parties or even a small group of people in the Halloween spirit.
While many of these look fun and easy, some are more complicated than most of us would ever do for a party. My tip is weather you use one of these recipes or one of your own, make sure it is shareable, easy, and cheap. This tends to be the the best combination for college parties as it won’t break your bank and it will not take too much time.
In the near future I will be sharing some more great tailgating and party recipes.
For now Happy Halloween!
This is a recipe makes 6-8 servings.
This is my Recipe
I saw this video on Facebook this week and thought I just had to share it. When people think of college cooking, they assume that we only know how to microwave frozen meals and leftovers. Every student has access to a microwave and it truly can be the most versatile tool for cooking in college. These 7 recipes are simple and easy for anyone to make especially in a short amount of time. In a future post I will try to make some of these to see if it as easy as it looks to make them.
Let me know what you think of the video in the comments section below.
My cooking tip for this week is to make too much food on purpose. While it doesn’t sound like a good idea it will actually save you a ton of time during the week. For example, if you make a big meal on Sunday, you will have leftovers for the rest of the week. You can even pre-package them in meal-sized portions to take for lunch or eat for dinner when you have no time to cook. By making sure you have leftovers, you only have to cook once and you can have food ready for several meals. This is working smarter not harder.