Eating Healthy In College: Part 2
In Eating Healthy in College: Part 1, I discussed some techniques to eating healthy with limited time, space, and money. I showed you some ideas of foods to stock your pantry, fridge and freezer with. Now, I will offer some meal ideas using the foods from that first post.
- Whole Wheat Breakfast Bagel or Toast
- Peanut butter toast with a “Hearty Berry Smoothie”
- Cinnamon oatmeal or hot rice cereal with fruit and nuts
- Pancakes with fruit and yogurt. Use the mix suggested in the previous post, or make my Whole Wheat Pancake recipe.
- Breakfast Burritos– Make the whole recipe and store leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge to be warmed for breakfast through out the week.
- Toasted Whole Wheat English Muffins topped with red bell pepper eggs and/or mashed avocados with a tomato slab.
- Cold cereal with nuts and fruit
- Grilled avocado and “Hearty Red Pepper Hummus” Panini
- Hearty Tuna Sandwich or Tuna Mix with Whole Wheat Crackers
- Baked potato with broccoli, cheese, Greek Yogurt, green onions
- Hearty Quinoa Salad– You can make this salad out of your brown jasmine rice instead of the quinoa if needed.
- Greek yogurt mixed with honey, fruit, and nuts
- Hearty Roasted Red Pepper Hummus with celery, carrots, and bell pepper (Follow the link to the super easy recipe!)
- Ants on a Log- Celery filled with peanut butter and topped with raisins.
- Cottage cheese with grapes or cherry tomatoes
- Cliff or Luna Bar
- Apples and/or carrots with peanut butter
- Stir fry with cashews over brown jasmine rice
- Whole wheat penne pasta and marinara sauce with green vegetable
- Chili Beans over Corn Waffle with fruit salad
- Chili Cheese Baked Potato
- Spinach and tuna salad with cheese bread
- Chicken Caesar Salad (or any other bagged mix) with garlic cheese bread
- Grilled or baked chicken with steamed veggie mix