College Cooking for One: 75 Easy, Perfectly Portioned Recipes for Student Life [REVIEW]


Just because you’re heading off to college doesn’t mean you have to miss out on some of your favorite, home-cooked meals. College Cooking for One teaches college-bound kids how to make delicious, dorm-friendly dishes for every meal of the day with minimal tools, easy-to-use appliances, and clever tips.

Learn how to transform your small room into a functional cooking space with advice for setting up a kitchen, handy chef tools to keep on hand, and what simple appliances to use. With tasty recipes like Easy Avocado Toast and Barbecue Pork Stuffed Sweet Potatoes, you’ll forget about the dormitory dining hall in no time.

College Cooking for One includes fantastic features like:

  • Health on a dime—The recipes in this cooking for one cookbook are inexpensive and nutritional so you can eat healthy on a budget.
  • Foodie 101—Find out about how to stretch your money, adapting recipes to vegetarian and vegan diets, and other cooking for one tips and hacks.
  • Nothing squandered—The recipes are designed to minimize the wasting of food and come with pointers for adapting leftovers in fun ways.

Take dorm room dining to the next level with College Cooking for One.

About the Author

EMILY HU, PhD, is a nutrition and public health researcher originally from Boston. She hopes to intersect her passions for cooking, nutrition, and public health to increase healthy eating behaviors, especially among young individuals


This cookbook is perfect for your college student or any young adult who wants to eat healthy and not live on takeout or prepackaged meals.

I love that this book includes measurement conversions, as well as kitchen necessities and pantry/fridge staples.

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