Spaghetti - Everyone and anyone can make spaghetti. Boil up your favorite type of pasta, add some sauce, cooked meatballs, or sausage and it’s all ready! It tastes delicious, takes only a few minutes to arrange, and fills you up almost entirely. Spaghetti is one of the most common college foods on campuses, and is often eaten multiple times during a single week.
Chicken Alfredo - Chicken alfredo is a tasty meal that is simpler than it looks. Grill up some chicken in a pan on the stove and chop it up into small pieces. Boil up any style of pasta and after draining it, add some alfredo sauce. Grill up some of your favorite vegetables like brocoli, red pepper, or onions to put on the side to make your meal complete. Throw it all on your plate, and try some garlic bread as a side dish. You can also buy frozen chicken alfredo from numerous grocery stores. Obviously this method takes a shorter time to prepare, but you also might be sacrificing some quality, so be careful.
Tacos - Tacos are probably the easiest meal a student can prepare, and spending ten bucks at Chipotle isn’t always an ideal situation for college students. Brown your ground meat on the stove and add some taco seasoning. Prepare your favorite toppings such as lettuce, tomato, and cheese for a pimped-out taco. Get out some tortillas and pack it up! If you like, maybe even throw some hot sauce, salsa, or sour cream on top and enjoy!
Stuffed Shells - Buy some of the giant or jumbo pasta shells for this baby. Then prepare a mixture of cooked ground meat, cheese, and onions. After you’re done cooking the shells in the boiling water you will stuff them with this mixture. In an oven-safe, glass dish, you will layer the bottom with Ragu sauce and place your stuffed shells in. Pour some more sauce on top, add cheese, and bake them to perfection! This is one of the more complex and time-consuming meals on this list, but it is most definitely worth it.
Roast beef sub - Buy some roast beef (or any other kind of meat) from the deli section at the grocery store. Then put the meat on a sub roll with some peppers, onions, cheese, and some other toppings that tickle your taste buds. Bake it in the oven until its hot and crisp for a great and easy meal!
Pierogies - Pierogies are a great vegetarian option. These potato-filled packets can be bought frozen from almost any grocery store, and they taste like heaven.