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In case classes and exams weren't exciting enough.
This classic college take on ramen takes just enough effort to say that you tried.
Mason jar meals are your new best friend when it comes to lunch on the go. Click here to learn how to make this and other recipes.
A melty twist on a lunch classic that is definitely acceptable in your college apartment.
When pasta becomes a less-than-exciting nightly routine, your best friend Brie will bring the party. Get the recipe here.
Eating this cinnamon, ginger & brown sugar-baked grapefruit for breakfast will be the difference between feeling awake and falling asleep in lecture (again).
A lunch wrap even more dependable and satisfying than your significant other. Click here for more wrap recipes.
Forget about pizza (for one night) and whip up this marshmallow Oreo concoction in 15 minutes for an indulgent late night snack.
This love child of pizza and mac is a hearty meal that lets you combine your two biggest passions in life.
Okay, not technically a recipe, but you owe it to yourself to try these 12 variations of heaven in a jar.
A tailgate delicacy your friends will beg you to make.
This pesto made-easy recipe is a solid trade in for your typical marinara sauce for pasta.
When you get the urge to bake something delicious and have everyone love you, these Nutella-stuffed doughnut muffins will do the trick. Promise.
Toss, scramble, roll and go. This ultimate breakfast burrito will keep you full for an entire few hours.
A baked egg in an avocado is truly a beautiful thing. Say hello to this masterpiece every morning.
Need we say more? Get this recipe.
Your morning oatmeal just got a whole lot better. Get this recipe here.
Save your money and enjoy this fresh Italian appetizer courtesy of your local dining hall salad bar.
This is an obvious must-have for Saturday mornings. Get the recipe here.
Because everything is better with bacon, guacamole, cheese and a panini press. Bam.
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This post was compiled by Rachel Williamson, editor-in-chief at Spoon University - UIUC.
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