Cheap & Easy Recipes. Spend Smart. Eat Smart. When I was asked to write a blog for back to school the first topic that came into my mind was kids and constipation.
It is often a topic no one wants to bring up, but once someone does, everyone wants to talk about it! Constipation is a challenge we face on a regular basis with our youngest daughter. Honestly if she had a choice she would never go! This fall she starts kindergarten and I worry the holding will get worse as she may have limited access to the bathroom or simply be too afraid or shy to use it. We have met with her pediatrician on several occasions to address this issue and to rule out any underlying health conditions. Fiber Foods and H2O Many “kid foods”, such as chicken nuggets, pizza, crackers, etc. lack fiber. Get Moving in More Ways than One! Physical activity can encourage bowel movement. Taking Time to Go Many times children may ignore the urge to go because they don’t want to take a break from what they are doing. Constipation is common among children. Dirt Cheap Meal Ideas.
Cooks-in-College. Save Money on Groceries By Cooking Like a Peasant. 100 cooking blogs for students. Cooking With Ramen For The Post Grad. 100 Delicious, Dirt-Cheap Recipes for the Starving Student. Most students don’t have a lot of cash to spend on food, but that doesn’t mean you have to go hungry.
With the right recipes and some kitchen savvy, you can eat great even on a student’s budget. Here we’ll share 100 tasty recipes that you can make on the cheap. Along with saving money on meals, budget-savvy students can also save big on a college education by attending inexpensive online colleges. Breakfast Get a good start to your day with these cheap-o breakfasts. Ramen A college staple gets dressed up in these recipes. Sandwiches Use these recipes to step up your sandwiches. One Pot These simple recipes can be pulled off in one pot. Salads. Recipes for College Students - How to Cook in the Dorm. The Campus Survival Cookbook 1 (9780688050306): Jacqueline Wood.
Healthy Cooking Shortcuts for Lazy People. We know you get it, logically at least. The first step to eating healthier is cooking your meals yourself. But it's so much easier to stop for fast food on the way home, isn't it? Before you're tempted to pull off the highway during your evening commute, you should know that even fast food joints that claim to have lots of healthy options or sensible foods are still packed with fat, salt, carbs, and possibly even processed ingredients to help them stay fresh in the back kitchen.
After a long day of work, school or even running around town doing errands, we understand that it's hard to whip out a cookbook and all the dishes to make yourself a good meal when you get home. Easy Ways to Get More Green Into Your Diet. When your mom told you to eat your greens when you were a kid, did you just push them around your plate until she gave up, or sent you to your room? Even if you think you're anti-veggie, we hope we can surprise you with some easy ways to get more green into your diet. After all, most green, leafy vegetables contain lots of good, low-calorie stuff that should be the basis for your diet. Vitamins like K, A, C, folate, calcium, iron and even fiber are found in veggies like arugula, spinach, broccoli, kale, mustard greens, romaine lettuce, and swiss chard. They may not have very appetizing-sounding names, but here are easy ways to painlessly add them to your diet, and hopefully even convince you of how yummy they are.
Add spinach to every sandwich, but not the Popeye canned kind. Any time you order out in a restaurant, tack on a side salad or a side of steamed green vegetables like broccoli. Student Cooking Ideas. Introduction You wake up at 7:45 a.m. for an 8:00 a.m. class, take notes until 3:00 p.m. and study until dinner.
It's 6:30 p.m. now, there's nothing to eat, and you are meeting someone at the library at 7:30 in the evening. But wait-- there is chicken in the refrigerator and rice in the cupboard; add some steamed carrots and you have an inexpensive, gourmet meal in about 30 minutes. Most cookbooks will tell you that it takes time and energy to prepare an elegant meal. Forget it! This book is for the student who wants a good meal quickly, inexpensively, reliably and most importantly to some people, without a mess to clean up. Fresh, rather than frozen, foods always seem to taste better. The recipes in this book are designed to feed between one and four people depending on the appetite of each individual. Student Cook: Eat Healthily on a Student Budget. Master the Art of Low-Effort Cooking.