It is possible to keep yourself AND your wallet healthy and full!
- It is important to eat healthily in college, and you can do so without draining your bank account.
- Plan your recipes ahead, using cookbooks such as "How to Eat Healthy on a Budget" which show you the cost per serving you'll be adding to your budget.
Eating well on a tight budget
It is possible keep yourself AND your wallet healthy and full! It is important to do both of those things, especially in college. As you use this time to prepare for the future, you need nutrients to keep your mind clear to optimize your learning and retention, and let's face it: Ramen just doesn't do the trick every day. Here are some great recipes that can help you keep your body and bank account happy:
A Cookbook Designed for You!
BYU Dietetics interns created "How to Eat Healthy on a Budget" especially for university students who don't want to sacrifice their health or their wallets. This cookbook even includes the cost-per-serving of every recipe so you can create a delicious meal plan within your budget. It's a great tool to help you plan your meals right, even if you're short on time and money. The following videos are easy-to-follow tutorials for recipes in this cookbook:
Black Bean Quesadilla
Black Bean Sweet Potato Chili
Southwest Eggs and Toast
Good and Cheap Cookbook
MIX!: a BYU Recipe Magazine
Recipes for Dating!
Are you hoping to show off your frugal-yet-scrumptious cooking skills to a special someone? Then BYU's Two Magazine has a great resource for you! Visit two.byu.edu/recipes to access these great recipes which are sure to impress!