What’s your go to quick meal at uni ?

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(Original post by parmezanne)
yes do! they're nice. salty, but then again all crisps are.

and of course!! i don't mind :lol:

and i didn't at uni because I didn't have the right utensils but my family has a pasta machine! Me and my sibling use it to make fresh pasta and we make a nice pasta bake together :yep:
Sounds great, enjoy!
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Thanks !
I haven’t started uni yet but I’ll be going soon in September
No worries DogeTheDoggo! What will you be studying?

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No worries DogeTheDoggo! What will you be studying?

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I’ll be studying medicine at Keele Uni!
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Before a morning lecture it is usually scrambled eggs. Takes me two minutes to make and it fills me up long enough to get through class
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(Original post by DogeTheDoggo)
Things you make in a rush, say before a morning lecture.
Hello!

I have loved making overnight oats, and baked oats recently! There are lots of recipes for them on tiktok. If I do have a little bit of time making a bacon sandwich is always a go-to!

Sometimes when i'm in a real rush I will just grab an oat bar or something, but if not I love having toast with marmite, or peanut butter and apple slices, or just a bowl of cereal I also prepare smoothies if I have enough time, or make it the night before. Frozen fruit at the supermarket isn't that expensive, and I mix mine with protein powder, a banana and some oats and milk. There are lots of recipes available online, you can even make chocolate flavoured ones using chocolate milk which is so nice!

For dinner I love doing traybakes as I can just chuck everything on one tray and cook it (like putting new potatoes, chorizo chunks and chicken thighs in the oven together, is so yummy!).

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Hello!

I have loved making overnight oats, and baked oats recently! There are lots of recipes for them on tiktok. If I do have a little bit of time making a bacon sandwich is always a go-to!

Sometimes when i'm in a real rush I will just grab an oat bar or something, but if not I love having toast with marmite, or peanut butter and apple slices, or just a bowl of cereal I also prepare smoothies if I have enough time, or make it the night before. Frozen fruit at the supermarket isn't that expensive, and I mix mine with protein powder, a banana and some oats and milk. There are lots of recipes available online, you can even make chocolate flavoured ones using chocolate milk which is so nice!

For dinner I love doing traybakes as I can just chuck everything on one tray and cook it (like putting new potatoes, chorizo chunks and chicken thighs in the oven together, is so yummy!).

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Thanks !!
great idea with that protein powder
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Baked beans on a toasted lidl baguette.

Even better if you have Worcestershire and cheese to top it.
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Something I make for a quick lunch is scrambled eggs on chunky toast.

I whip up the eggs in a saucepan while the toast is grilling then drop a big handful of grated cheese into the egg mixture, before putting it on top of the toast.
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Baked beans on a toasted lidl baguette.

Even better if you have Worcestershire and cheese to top it.
Sounds good!
How good would you say is supermarket bread ?
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(Original post by Kerzen)
Something I make for a quick lunch is scrambled eggs on chunky toast.

I whip up the eggs in a saucepan while the toast is grilling then drop a big handful of grated cheese into the egg mixture, before putting it on top of the toast.
Thanks, I’ll keep it in mind
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Things you make in a rush, say before a morning lecture.
a jamaican patty, they take 60 seconds to in the microwave
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Toast , porridge or meal deal
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(Original post by DogeTheDoggo)
Sounds good!
How good would you say is supermarket bread ?
Its alright, i prefer bakery bread (which why lidl is good as it offers this) but standard supermarket bloomer is reliable and cheap.
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a jamaican patty, they take 60 seconds to in the microwave
Never heard of those, I’ll check them out
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Its alright, i prefer bakery bread (which why lidl is good as it offers this) but standard supermarket bloomer is reliable and cheap.
Nice, thanks for the advice !
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(Original post by DogeTheDoggo)
Never heard of those, I’ll check them out
its just the caribbean version of a pasty
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(Original post by DogeTheDoggo)
Things you make in a rush, say before a morning lecture.
Hey!

I love having smoothies for breakfast and use different frozen fruits and yoghurts such as raspberry, vanilla or mango and passionfruit. I usually prepare overnight oats the night before so I can quickly grab that in the morning.

Here's the recipe:

Grate an apple
Add two handfuls of porridge oats
Add a handful of dried fruit
Add flaked almonds (optional)
Add about 300ml of milk

Leave in the fridge overnight in a bowl
Take it out the next morning and add some natural yoghurt and slice up a banana over the top of the oats
Add some honey to finish it off!

Hope this helps

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(Original post by DogeTheDoggo)
Things you make in a rush, say before a morning lecture.
Hey! I have a blog all about the best quick and easy recipe ideas for each meal of the day if you would like to read that! You can add any flavours you like to them all its allfoodisfuel.blogspot.com
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Hey!

I love having smoothies for breakfast and use different frozen fruits and yoghurts such as raspberry, vanilla or mango and passionfruit. I usually prepare overnight oats the night before so I can quickly grab that in the morning.

Here's the recipe:

Grate an apple
Add two handfuls of porridge oats
Add a handful of dried fruit
Add flaked almonds (optional)
Add about 300ml of milk

Leave in the fridge overnight in a bowl
Take it out the next morning and add some natural yoghurt and slice up a banana over the top of the oats
Add some honey to finish it off!

Hope this helps

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Thanks for the advice !
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Hey! I have a blog all about the best quick and easy recipe ideas for each meal of the day if you would like to read that! You can add any flavours you like to them all its allfoodisfuel.blogspot.com
I had a quick look through and the blog looks really good!
I’ll definitely read up on these
I was thinking of starting one of my own too
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