Easy, Dorm Approved Friendsgiving Meals
Whether you are going home for Thanksgiving, staying with your House Family on campus, or celebrating in a friend’s apartment, a hearty Friendsgiving meal is always a fun, spirited way to spend time with people you care about. Below, we’ve rounded up a few recipes that can easily be whipped up in a tiny dorm or apartment kitchen to bring to your Friendsgiving!
Rather than go through the hassle of buying a huge turkey that takes up space in the fridge and time in your schedule, opt for a lean turkey breast. It is easy to bake in the oven or throw in the frying pan and just as delicious. Here is a great recipe to try
Lets be real here, when times are tight, and you have little cash to spare, there is nothing wrong with a good Stove Top box stuffing. But if you’re feeling a little extra this holiday, here is great recipe to take your stuffing to the next level.
Let’s say you’re not a stuffing person like me, or you just don’t like it all. Save time and energy this Thanksgiving on your potatoes by roasting them instead of serving them mashed. Simply throw cut potatoes in with the turkey and you save time and energy. Here are a few ways to get some good (non-bland) potatoes that grandma doesn’t already know about.
Love cranberries? Is it your Thanksgiving necessity? No problem. Making amazingly tasty, cinnamon-y cranberry goodness is so easy and only takes 15 minutes!