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3 Easy Meals Every Full-Time Student Should Know How to Make

3 Easy Meals Every Full-Time Student Should Know How to Make

Back when you were still young enough, your parents likely packed a lunch for you to eat at school each day. Now that you’re an adult student, you’re all on your own. Eating out gets to become financially draining and time-consuming, no matter what you’re studying. Students attending the best vet tech schools need to save their energy for learning, not trying to figure out what’s for lunch. Here are three ideas for home cooked meals that you’ll love each for lunch while you study for your degree.

Creamy Vegetable Soup

You can use fresh vegetables from the local farmer’s market, pull out a few cans of mixed vegetables, or use a medley of frozen veggies for this next recipe. The key to making Cream Vegetable Soup is getting the vegetables perfectly seasoned and making a savory, filling, and satisfying broth. Just saute the vegetables in butter until they are about halfway done and use vegetable stock for the base of the soup. Simmer for about an hour, then slowly pour in ½ cup of heavy cream. This recipe is a fresh and creative take on classic vegetable soup that you’ll enjoy eating while you cram.

Pinwheel Sandwiches

Instead of using sandwich bread, you’re going to want to use tortillas. Use your choice of spreads, such as honey mustard or even chipotle mayo on one side of your tortilla, then layer on a few small pieces of lettuce. Sliced tomatoes, shredded carrots, and chopped bell peppers will give your sandwich more color and flavor. Lastly, add a nice cheese, such as muenster or even cheddar, along with your favorite meat. Afterward, you want to roll up the tortilla tightly. Use a knife to cut the tortilla into ‘pinwheels,’ using toothpicks to keep each section secure.

One-Pot Cheesy Macaroni

Macaroni cheese is an old, favorite standby, but it can become a bit monotonous to eat day after day. Instead, you should consider this One-Pot Cheesy Macaroni recipe so that you’re able to meet all of your nutritional needs in one meal. As a full-time student, it’s going to be hard for you to maintain a balanced diet. To make this meal, you want to prepare your macaroni and cheese as you normally would. Next, cut a pound of chicken into one-inch cubes, and then sauté. At the same time, you are going to want to lightly steam about two cups of broccoli. After the chicken and broccoli are done, you simply mix them into the macaroni and cheese. Now you have a meal that you can easily take with you to school and heat up in the microwave.

Purchase an insulated lunch box, complete with a thermos. Start taking your lunch with you to college and you won’t be tempted to frequent the snack machines. Make a habit out of packing your lunch the night before you have class and you can eat healthily, even you are when running late or have a lot to do before you go to school. In the end, your waistline will be trimmer while your wallet stays fatter.

 

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