A lot of college kids spend the majority of their money on food. Unfortunately, if you’re living the life of a broke college student, it’s hard to find food that won’t break the bank. Nowadays, it seems that you can’t enter any food establishment without spending at least $10 (unless of course you opt for the always faithful pizza and bagels).
Looking for healthy, budget-friendly meals? "Vegan on a Budget" contains 20+ vegan meals, snacks & desserts for $3 or less per serving. It also includes money-saving tips, a two-week meal plan and grocery lists!
A Week of Real-Life Packed Lunches for Back to School
Quick and easy, 30 minute Black Beans and Lime Rice! With a few simple ingredients you’ve got a great week night dinner, and leftovers make for an ideal lunch! The beans are perfectly spiced with cumin, paprika and optional cayenne. The lime rice adds an authentic 'gotta have it taste', and a handful of cilantro completes the bowl! (Vegan, Gluten-free)
I've always had a love for Potato Leek Soup. It's unbelievably creamy, comforting and filling! It's the perfect choice for those chilly day, too. This recipe is for the veganized version and it does not disappoint. C'mon over to veganhuggs.com for this easy and delicious recipe. #potatoleeksoup #vegansoup #glutenfree
How to make Instant Noodles. Learn how to make home-made instant noodles bowls perfect for a quick lunch or snack. Make these once a week and take them to work or school for lunch! This is an easy, quick and delicious recipe that is totally vegan!
No-Cook Meal Prep for the 1,200–1,500 Calorie Level
When it’s too hot to turn on the stove or oven, a no-cook meal plan is the perfect way to prep your meals for the week. Get a complete guide for the 1,200 to 1,500 calorie level here! // meal prep // meal prep monday // meal planning // summer recipes // eat clean // fit fam // BeachbodyBlog.com