Do you ever find yourself sitting in your dorm room with nothing to do? It's times like those when boredom leads to hunger so it's best to be prepared with a fully stocked mini-fridge.

Here are some essentials if you're ballin' on a budget.

1. 12 pack of water bottles.

Pick up some Nestle Pure life 8 oz. water bottles at your local CVS or other major retailer. It gives you the hydration you need and two packages (24 bottles of water) is only about $4.

But don't stuff them all in there just yet, we still have $11.  

2. One Dozen Eggs

Crack open a couple eggs, grab a mug, head to the nearest microwave and watch the magic happen. That's good for anywhere from 4-6 breakfasts and, best of all, they'll only cost you around $3.50.  

3. Cheese

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Cheese is an essential college food. Add it to those morning eggs, melt it on top of chips, or just eat it on it's own. These endless opportunities are all available for just $2.50 at your local Walmart (or anywhere Kraft products are sold).  

4. Yogurt

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Yogurt is the most dependable late night snack and early morning breakfast. Grab three individual 6 oz. containers of YoCrunch Vanilla yogurt with M&M's and pay only $2.00.

5. Dole Fruit Cups

When you're looking for something sweet and light, this is definitely a go-to. Get a four count mandarin orange, mixed fruit, peach, pear, or any other flavor for no more that $2.50 at your local Walmart.  

6. A banana

One of the healthiest foods in the world can't cost less than 50 cents, right? Wrong. The typical retail price for a pound of bananas is 50 cents exactly, which is about three medium sized bananas. A nice option to have in the fridge whenever you're feeling hungry.

Congratulations! You now have a full fridge and a semi-full wallet.