Since childhood, the banana has become our trusty best friend and favorite source of quick energy. From cafeteria lunches and soccer games, to 8AM lectures and club meetings, the banana has accompanied us through it all. Thanks to its versatility and mild taste, the banana is also the star of countless recipes. We're here to help you the pick out the recipe you should try, based on your major:

Pre-Med: Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Muffins

coffee, goody, candy, pastry, cake, cookie, sweet, chocolate
Mulin Xiong

As aspiring doctors, students on the pre-med track know that a healthy diet is one of the best ways to keep our bodies happily functioning. This muffin is made of whole wheat, which aids digestion and fat loss, plus coconut oil, which also helps burn fat and reduces cholesterol level. This fiber-rich muffin is perfect for satisfying the foodie and the future doctor in you. 

Computer Science: Chicken Sweet Potato Banana Peanut Butter Bowl

Timary Malley

Computer science majors are all about creating cutting-edge technology that revolutionize society. And that is exactly what this peanut butter bowl does. Although combining these four ingredients may sound strange at first, you'll realize that innovation is important in food and CompSci. Who knows, this just might inspire you to drop out and make the next Facebook

Economics: Kylie Jenner's Banana Pancakes

Economics has a lot to do with entrepreneurship. Regardless of what you think of Kylie Jenner, she is one lipstick-lovin' queen who knows her supply and demand. She has not only made millions off of her makeup line, but also made some killer banana pancakes. Don't forget to take a Snapchat selfie while you give these pancakes a shot. 

Education: PB&J Banana Bread

banana, meatloaf
Nicole Laszlo

Education majors love kids enough to dedicate their careers to them, and we all know that peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are the ultimate childhood food. Feed your inner-child with this PB&J bread, which you can bake for your class one day. Substitute peanut butter for sunflower seed butter so students with nut allergies can enjoy it too!

Engineering: 5 Minute Banana Pancake in a Mug

berry, pudding, milk, strawberry, cream, sweet
Natsuko Mazany

Whether you're in electrical, biomedical or any field of engineering, you are a brave soul. You probably spend so much time in the library that you don't have much left for the kitchen, so this 5-minute pancake is the perfect breakfast when you're running out the door. Drizzle some maple syrup, or top with pieces of fresh fruit and you'll feel like you have a gourmet breakfast without the hassle. 

English: 4-Ingredient No-bake Banoffee Pie 

sweet, milk, cream
Sabena Quan-Hin

English majors may know that banoffee pie is an English dessert pie that combines banana and toffee. It's not only quick and easy to make, but it could also dramatically enhance your critical reading experience. Enjoy a slice while you learn what Shakespeare himself might've eaten in the 17th century. 

Environmental Science: Vegan Protein-Packed Banana Hummus

pastry, chocolate, cake, cream, dairy product, sweet
Sarah Strong

Both environmental science majors and vegans care a lot about the environment. By decreasing our consumption of animal products, we are protecting the air and water from pollution. This vegan dessert hummus is not only good for the environment, but also good for you. A great source of protein and fiber, this dip is the perfect post-workout snack and cure to your 1 am sugar cravings. 

International Relations: Peanut Butter Banana and Caramel Soufflé

bread, pastry, coffee, sweet, cake, cream, chocolate, pudding
Isabella Darby

International Relations is about the intermingling of different cultures, which is key to this PB Banana and Caramel Soufflé. While peanut butter is the ultimate American condiment, soufflé is a classic French dessert that's known for its light and puffy texture. The combination is perfected by the gooey bottom layer of sweet caramel and fresh banana slices. 

Philosophy: Banana and Nutella Greek Yogurt Bark

pastry, cake, dairy product, cream, chocolate, sweet
Maria Serghiou

Greece is home to some of the most prominent philosophers in history. So what better way to appreciate the great works of Socrates and Plato than with this banana and Nutella Greek yogurt bark. The snack's perfect texture is balanced by the sweet creaminess of the Nutella and banana, in contrast with the crunch of the crushed peanuts and coconut flakes.

Neuroscience: Strawberry Banana and Walnut Oatmeal Bake

meat, pepper, vegetable
Rebecca Doser

Neuroscience majors spend their brain power learning about brain power, which could be boosted by the benefits of walnuts. Research shows that the omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin B6 in walnuts help improve cognitive and memory test performance. Start your day off with a comforting bowl of oatmeal bake and get the fuel you need to slay all your labs and lectures. 

Political Science/Public Policy: Matcha Banana Ice Cream

milk, dairy product, cream, sweet
Elise Fegler

Regardless of which side of the aisle you're on, we can all agree that Joe Biden's favorite food is ice cream. But he probably hasn't tried this matcha banana ice cream, which is both easy to make and healthy to eat. Matcha is a sweet and earthy form of green tea that's made its way into countless foods, including what might be your new favorite flavor of ice cream.  

So whether you're studying for the MCAT or writing your Brexit paper, you can find a pick-me-up in the beloved banana. No matter what you're looking for – traditional, fancy or creative – the banana has a recipe for you.