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Ah, college life. There’s nothing like it: the long-awaited freedom, the endless nights at the library, the anything-goes frat parties... and the campus food. Although some colleges have stepped up their game in recent years, with many more offering vegan, gluten-free, and other diet-specific foods, it's not necessarily the cafeterias that do you in—what you snack on back at the dorm matters too. According to one study, students aren't even eating one serving of fruit and vegetables daily. Talk about a failing grade.
We're here to help you ace nutrition and give your body what it needs. When the dining hall just won't do, make one of these recipes instead of reaching for ramen. All call for a minimal number of wholesome ingredients, most of which you'll use again. If an item (such as a spice) seems worthless to buy for one recipe, omit or replace it. The fanciest equipment you may need is a microwave, a knife, and a cutting board. And the directions are like that intro to acting class—easy A.


1. Microwave Breakfast Cookie in a Mug