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Dorm Room Cooking Hacks That Aren’t Ramen

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Alexis and Beth Sinclair4648 Rolling Ridge Rd, West Bloomfield, MI, 48323, USA
A mother-daughter team from Michigan creating mostly plant-based recipes to bring families together around the dinner table, despite dietary differences.
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We’ve all been there before. It’s midnight, you’ve been studying for hours, and all you’ve eaten in the last eight hours is a handful of chips and a granola bar. Your tiny dorm room is only equipped with a mini fridge and a microwave, but you’re in desperate need of a late-night meal to fuel you through the early morning hours. 

Instead of making Ramen for the sixth night in a row, branch out and discover a whole new world of Dorm Room Eats, courtesy of the genius minds of the    #feedfeed     community!

1. Salted Dark Chocolate, Almond & Coconut Toast

 

 

PHOTO AND RECIPE BY @AMBITIOUSKITCHEN

Beloved Avocado Toast aside, Toast is an overlooked snack. I mean, what’s easier than popping a piece in the toaster, spreading some of your favorite nut butter, and sprinkling some of your favorite toppings? We love this combo by    @ambitiouskitchen   for a salty/sweet combo that hits the spot. 

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2. Sweet Potato with Avocado and Hard Boiled Egg

 

 

PHOTO AND RECIPE BY @RESTORING_RADIANCE

Sweet Potatoes are one of the easiest healthy foods to cook in a microwave; simply poke a few holes in the flesh and cook for 8-10 minutes until soft.    @restoring_radiance    tops hers with mashed avocado and hard boiled egg (bring some home from the dining hall!) for a perfectly balanced carb/protein/fat ratio! 

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3. Maple Pumpkin Oatmeal

 

 

PHOTO AND RECIPE BY @NATURALCOMFORTKITCHEN

Oatmeal is a breakfast staple for most college kids, but why not spice things up and enjoy a warm, comforting bowl of Maple Pumpkin Oatmeal for only slightly more effort? All you need for this recipe by    @naturalcomfortkitchen    is some canned pumpkin, nut butter, & chopped nuts for the best dorm meal you’ve had all week. 

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4. Microwave Shakshuka

 

 

PHOTO AND RECIPE BY @KOREANFUSION

You’re probably thinking, “Shakshuka? Really?”, but    @koreanfusion’s    Microwave Shakshuka truly could not get any easier and even counts for a whole dinner! Sick of the dining hall menu? Just gather up the five ingredients necessary for this dish and eat on repeat all week. 

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5. Chocolate Mug Cake

 

 

PHOTO AND RECIPE BY @THEBIGMANSWORLD

@Thebigmansworld    certainly knows how to do a Mug Cake right! Gluten free, protein-rich, fluffy, chocolatey cake ready in just one minute. (That’s right, only 60 seconds!) Perfect for study break fuel.

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6. Cherry Berry Coconut Chia Pudding

 

 

PHOTO AND RECIPE BY @THEDELICIOUS

Take 15 minutes (or less) out of your day this Sunday to prepare a big batch of Chia Pudding to store in your fridge for an easy, go-to meal all week.   @Thedelicious   tops hers with a mix of fresh & frozen fruit, pistachios, and a touch of maple syrup, but feel free to get creative customizing your own toppings. 

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