As summer time approaches we may find ourselves more motivated to host picnics, BBQs, and squad brunches out in the backyard. Or maybe the warm weather will make you feel like doing nothing but catching rays at the beach. Whatever the reason, we can all agree that meals with the least amount of work are more optimal for the student lifestyle. By the time the new semester rolls around, you’ll be so thankful for knowing these healthy one-pot dishes.
This flavorful dish is perfect for potlucks, summer picnics, BBQs and even a comfort dinner for one. Sub the shrimp with other fish, meats, or try it with tofu.
This healthy spin on pizza that tastes just as good as the real deal.
You’re going to fall in love this light, but savory, summer dish.
There’s a reason this dish gets thrown around in every other listicle found on Spoon: it works for every occasion and is the ideal student meal.
You can’t ever go wrong with the classics.
Meals are so much more delicious when they’re this easy to make.
Mango and coconut together are a match made in heaven.
If you find salads plain and boring, then this recipe is for you.
10. Summer Gazpacho
A tasty and light dish to cool you off from the summer heat.
A dish that should be on every college student’s ‘must-know-how-to-make’ lists.
Stuffed veggies never fail to satisfy.
A hearty and filling dish that won’t ruin your summer bod.
I’m lready thinking about how good this recipe is going to taste just from the title.
Because you’re a rocket and you deserve this one-pot dish.
One of the easiest recipes I came across that’s perfect for any meal of the day.
18. Fontina Frittata
Pan-fried gnocchi will bring it to the next level, while still packing in a nutrient kick from the beans and the tomatoes.
21. Huevos Rancheros
Squad brunches in the sun wouldn’t be complete without these.
22. Rainbow Ricciolo
Bring your plain pasta dish to life with this recipe.
23. Channa Purgi
Perfect this breakfast recipe now while you have the time and get ready to jump start your semester mornings like a champ.
Paired with some red wine on the side, this dish is perfect for late-night summer meals.
Some say they would choose this over a chipotle burrito.
If halibut doesn’t fancy you, try this recipe out with salmon or tofu. The real fun in cooking comes from experimenting.
Asparagus is now in season, so this recipe is perfect for you.