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63 Budget Friendly Meals for the First Time College Student

So your child is heading off to college this year, I know what that’s like! Our oldest daughter has been living in her own college apartment for the last few years and will be graduating this coming December (Yikes..where did the time go??!!).

Here are 63 Budget Friendly Meals for the First Time College Student, plus a list of kitchen equipment and pantry supplies to start your first kitchen.

So your child is heading off to college this year, I know what that's like. Our oldest daughter has been living in her own college apartment for the last two years. Here are 63 Budget Friendly Meals for the First Time College Student, plus a list of kitchen equipment and pantry supplies to start your first kitchen.

College living is not what it was like when I was a student back in the late 1980’s. First of all (and I know I’m dating myself here), I went to a culinary school yet we didn’t even have microwaves or refrigerators in our rooms. Only hot pots to cook with and man did I become good at whipping up food in one of those things.

That said, most colleges now have apartment living options for their students; which means that they have to prepare most of their own meals instead of dining at the school cafeteria; especially if your child will be living off-site at a commuter campus like ours did her first year. At 17, my daughter had to learn how to cook for herself fast if she wanted to eat because my pre-made meals only lasted so long in between her trips back home.

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Recently, one of my daughters childhood friends was telling me that she was a little nervous about cooking for herself when she transfers to an out of state college next month and will be living in an apartment. She had attended a local college for the last two years, so she was still living at home with Mom making most of her meals.

I told her I would sign her up with my Weekly Email so she can see the new recipes I’m making, but then I also decided that this would be a great opportunity to compile a list of quick and easy, budget friendly, delicious home cooked meals that she (and other college bound students) could make for themselves.

BTW, if you’re reading this post and have already ventured out on your own, these recipes can apply to you as well. A first time cook, is a first time cook, no matter what stage in life you are in! Besides, who wouldn’t want to try some new, easy recipes.

All of the items you will need in the following recipes you can purchase at your local grocery store. I’ve separated the meals into categories so that you can find the recipes that you would most like to try a little easier.

Here are the categories:

  • Poultry
  • Beef
  • Pork
  • Seafood
  • Meatless
  • Hearty Soups, Sandwiches & Salads

I’m giving you forewarning, this is a long post so get yourself comfortable, grab a cup of your favorite beverage and get ready to click on the name of the recipe below to be taken to the original recipe post. If you don’t like an ingredient in a particular recipe and would like to substitute another one in it’s place, go for it!

That’s what cooking is all about. If you get stuck or you’re not quite sure if something will work, contact me. I’m more than happy to help! Don’t forget to scroll all the way to the bottom for a list of kitchen equipment and pantry supplies to help get your first college kitchen started.

63 Budget Friendly Meals for the First Time College Student

So your child is heading off to college this year, I know what that's like. Our oldest daughter has been living in her own college apartment for the last two years. Here are 63 Budget Friendly Meals for the First Time College Student, plus a list of kitchen equipment and pantry supplies to start your first kitchen.


Asian Chicken WingsPlan ahead for these wings because the longer they sit in the marinade, the better they taste. Perfect for dinner or when rooting on your favorite sports team (WE ARE! ???? ).

Asian Chicken Wings

Chicken Parmesan-Save some time and buy jarred sauce; it’s ok, I’ll forgive you while you’re still in college. 😉 In fact, my daughter said she’s made this using frozen breaded chicken cutlets, jarred sauce and mozzarella sticks. Whatever works! You can also purchase thinly sliced chicken breasts and make the cutlets yourself if you prefer them fresh like I do to speed the prep and make extra so you can freeze the rest.

Chicken Parmesan

Honey Lime Grilled Chicken Skewers-Only 3 ingredients and about 10 minutes to cook (after they’re marinated). Don’t worry about putting them on skewers, just pop them on your indoor grill.

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Pretzel Coated Chicken Nuggets-What could be better than chicken breaded with sourdough hard pretzels? Oh yeah, dip them into a honey mustard sauce! Don’t worry if you don’t have a food processor to break up the pretzels; put them in a plastic resealable bag and bang them with the bottom of a glass. You can think about that Chem test coming up…you’re welcome.

Pretzel Coated Chicken Nuggets with Honey Mustard Sauce

Sriracha Lime Turkey Meatballs-Did you know that spicy foods reduce depression and stress by boosting the serotonin hormones in your body? Now you do so you have to try these meatballs!

Sriracha & Lime Turkey Meatballs closeup

Balsamic Apricot Glazed Chicken Thighs-According to a LIVESTRONG article, chicken thighs are just as nutritious as chicken breasts. Besides, they cost less too! This simple recipe contains four ingredients and is loaded with flavor.

Balsamic Apricot Glazed Chicken Thighs closeup

Country Chicken-Made with only 5 ingredients, this chicken dish made with chicken tenders, scallions, breadcrumbs, butter and white wine is sure to please. Like many of my recipes that use wine, you can always substitute chicken broth; especially for those of you under 21. And I don’t recommend buying that store brand version of tastes horrible.

Country Chicken

Turkey Swedish Meatballs-When using ground turkey, I always use the leanest product (99% fat free or 99/1); which is less gamier than the 93/7 counterpart. Watch your prices at the grocery store, sometimes ground chicken costs much less and will taste virtually the same in this recipe.

Turkey Swedish Meatballs

Honey Mustard Chicken Cutlets with Arugula Salad-I love this recipe because it’s so simple and filling; though you’ll want to make extra cutlets to save for later. Just wrap them up tightly in plastic wrap once completely cooled; then add them to a resealable plastic bag and place in the freezer. You can then take out one at a time when you’re ready.

Honey Mustard Chicken Cutlets

Chicken Vesuvio– Roast your favorite chicken parts with fresh lemons, garlic and baby potatoes. This can be made on one pan for easy cleanup. No measuring. No fuss.

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Crispy Ranch Baked Chicken Thighs-I’m not a big advocate of using pre packaged ingredients, but sometimes busy times call for drastic measures. All right, it’s not that drastic! But who couldn’t use a quick, delicious new chicken recipe. All you need are 3 ingredients + 1 hour = Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner!

Crispy.Ranch Baked Chicken Thighs2

Low Fat Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo-Enjoy one of your favorite meals without all of the extra calories. You can also make this without the meat or substitute cooked shrimp for the chicken based on your preference.

Low Fat Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo

Taco Baked Chicken-Take prepackaged taco mix, add a little oil, brush it on chicken and bake. Easy peasy! I served ours with Spanish Flavored Rice-A-Roni and added in a can of rinsed black beans…Delish!

Taco Baked Chicken Closeup

Zesty Buttermilk Baked Chicken-Fried chicken only baked in the oven. So much healthier without losing the flavor.

Zesty Buttermilk Baked Chicken


Vegetable Beef & Bean Chili-Add your favorite garden vegetables such as peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, or squash to this hearty chili.  This dish is perfect to make over the weekend; then freeze into individual portions for later.

Garden Vegetable Beef & Bean Chili closeup

Tortellini Escarole Soup with Mini Meatballs-My family loves this hearty soup; especially during the cooler months. After it sits long enough, the tortellini soaks up most of the broth and becomes more like a stew. Serve with crusty warm Italian bread and it will definitely warm your soul on those cold nights.

Tortellini Escarole Soup

Cheeseburger Macaroni This recipe can be made on top of the stove in under 30 minutes and six ingredients. We like to use American cheese, but swap it out for your favorite variety to give it a different taste.

Stovetop Cheeseburger Macaroni

Sloppy Joe’s-Like most recipes, if you don’t have a crock pot, you can make it on top of the stove in a large pot instead. The only drawback is that you can’t leave it unattended during the day. The good part about this recipe is that you really don’t need to cook it very long on top of the stove. Serve this on your favorite roll or place on top of hot dogs or baked potatoes.

Sloppy Joes

Hearty Beef Noodle Soup-I know many of you will not be making steak or roast beef while you’re in college (unless you get Omaha Steaks meat deliveries from generous grandparents like our daughter did); however, you can go to your grocery stores’ deli counter and ask them to cut you a piece of their store cooked roast beef. Just tell them you would like two to three thick slices; then cut the meat into cubes to used in this soup. This soup makes 6 cups so you’ll want to freeze the leftovers.

Hearty Beef Noodle Soup

Pizza Meatloaf-Lean ground beef mixed with marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and fresh basil. You can’t get any easier than this and will also make a nice sandwich the next day.

Pizza Meatloaf

Pasta e Fagioli-Technically this is a soup, but it’s so hearty because I add ground beef that I had to put it under this category. This classic pasta and bean Italian soup is loaded with flavor. Make it ahead of time, keep in the refrigerator; then reheat when ready to serve. It’s a comforting meal for a cold night.

Pasta e Fagioli

Balsamic Meatloaf – This meatloaf recipe is one of my favorites because it’s delicious and so simple to make. The recipe will make eight slices, but you could also place the mixture into muffin cups (spray with cooking spray first) before baking to make them into pre-portioned sizes. It may also be easier to freeze any leftovers.

Balsamic Meatloaf

Meatball Stromboli-This recipe was originally made as an appetizer, but it’s super simple to make and so tasty, that it works as a dinner too. Use defrosted pre cooked meatballs, pre-made pizza dough (or buy one from your local pizzeria) and add sauce and cheese. Dinner is served!

Meatball Stromboli


Greek Style Sausage & Chick Peas-Italian sausage combined with chick peas, Kalamata olives, garlic and lemon is delicious and loaded with protein and fiber. It only takes 10 minutes to prepare; then let it simmer on top of the stove for 1/2 hour.

Greek Style Sausage and Chick Peas

Parmesan Rosemary Pork CutletsThese Parmesan Rosemary Pork Cutlets are one of my family’s favorite “go to” weeknight meals. With a few simple ingredients, you can have a quick, tasty dinner in about 20 minutes.

Parmesan Rosemary Pork Cutlets-horizontal

Italian Sausage & Potato Bake-Italian sausage, potatoes, garlic, rosemary, oil and vinegar are all you need for this tasty recipe. Just place it all on one pan, then bake. It’s one of our favorite weeknight meals.

Roasted Italian Sausage & Potato Bake-2

Greek Honey Lemon Grilled Pork Chops-These Greek Honey Lemon Grilled Pork Chops made with fresh lemon, oregano, and honey create a simple, yet flavorful marinade. Combine the ingredients in the morning or the night before; then refrigerate and allow all of the flavors to meld together until you’re ready to grill. Also taste great with chicken or shrimp.

Greek Honey Lemon Grilled Pork Chops

Balsamic Pork Chops-Balsamic vinegar and the woodsy flavor of fresh rosemary infused in these pan seared pork chops are delicious. Only 5 ingredients and dinner is ready in about 15 minutes.

Pan.Seared Balsamic Pork Chops-Horizontal

Spaghetti Carbonara-Spaghetti, bacon, garlic and peas in a cream sauce. Quick. Easy. Delicious every time.

Spaghetti Carbonara

Brown Butter & Sage Pork Chops-Three ingredients and 15 minutes are all you need for this recipe which can be made on top of the stove. I love how you can buy fresh herbs in small containers at the grocery store now. Many are under $2 each and they add such a fresh flavor to your meals.

Brown Butter & Sage Pan Seared Pork Chops

Bacon Cheddar Mac n’ Cheese-Rich and creamy, this Bacon & Cheddar Mac n’ Cheese is the perfect savory weeknight meal. Trust me, it will not disappoint.

Bacon Cheddar Mac n' Cheese

Italian Nachos-Sometimes you just don’t want a complete meal and that’s ok too. This snack made with ground sausage, tomatoes, olives and cheese is so hearty, you’ll want to eat it for dinner. Gather some friends, find your favorite show on Netflix  and munch away.

Italian Nachos


Since I don’t make a lot of seafood, I found some recipes from other bloggers that I think you might like. When purchasing shrimp either buy just what you need fresh or buy raw, frozen, peeled and deveined variety.

This way you can take out and defrost only what you need.  Most seafood doesn’t reheat well the second time around, not to mention the smell can be off-putting to your fellow roommates.

Tomato Basil Tempura Style Shrimp (Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen)

Tomato Basil Tempura Style Shrimp

Flounder Oreganata (The Foodie Physician)

Flounder Oreganata 2

Coconut Fried Fish (Go Go Gourmet)

Coconut Fried Fish (Go Go Gourmet)

Tuna Cakes (Taste & See)

Tuna Cakes (Taste and See)

Salmon Quinoa Fried Rice (No Spoon Necessary)

Salmon Quinoa Fried Rice (No Spoon Necessary)

Caprese Shrimp Stuffed Tomatoes (Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen)

Gab's Caprese Shrimp Stuffed Tomatoes

Tuna Melts (The Pioneer Woman)

Tuna Melts (The Pioneer Woman)

Easy Grilled Salmon (Simply Recipes)

Easy Grilled Salmon (Simply Recipes)

20 Minute Honey Garlic Shrimp (Sally’s Baking Addiction)

Honey Garlic Shrimp (Sally's Baking Addiction)

Baked Lemon Butter Tilapia (Damn Delicious)

Baked Lemon Butter Tilapia (Damn Delicious)


Pizza Stuffed Baked Potatoes-For this recipe you’ll need russet potatoes, EVOO, salt, your favorite marinara sauce, shredded mozzarella and dried oregano. You can save some time by cooking the potatoes in the microwave too.

Pizza Stuffed Baked Potatoes

Pasta e Ceci-Pasta e Ceci or pasta with beans, was considered a “poor man’s meal” in Italy as it combined simple, bountiful ingredients. To me, this dish was deliciously filling and packed with aromatic flavors.

Pasta e Ceci (Ditalini with Chick Peas)

Greek Black Bean Sliders-This distinctive burger made with black beans, sun dried tomatoes, and Feta cheese was loaded with my favorite flavors. They’re deliciously filling too with or without the bun.

Greek Black Bean Sliders

Caprese Flatbread-This flatbread made with fresh tomatoes, basil and mozzarella is easy to make at home using refrigerated pizza crust. Perfect for Friday pizza night and ready in 30 minutes.

Olive Garden Caprese Flatbread

Deconstructed Roasted Eggplant Parmesan-By deconstructed, I mean that you use the same ingredients called for in a recipe, but assemble it differently. In this recipe, I roasted the eggplant first, then mixed it together with the rest of the ingredients commonly found in a good eggplant parmesan like garlic, sauce and cheese; then baked it together in a casserole dish. It’s ready in half the time and a much healthier option too!

Deconstructed Roasted Eggplant Parmesan

Cheddar Ale Mac n’ Cheese-A creamy, grown up twist to classic mac n’ cheese using cheddar cheese, ale(or your favorite beer) and a sourdough pretzel buttery crumb topping. Mmmm….I can taste it already!

Cheddar Ale Mac n' Cheese

Cherry Tomato Calzones-Pizza dough stuffed with ricotta and mozzarella cheeses, tomatoes and garlic; then baked. Purchase refrigerated or frozen pizza dough from your grocer or visit your local pizzeria; many places will sell you fresh dough.

Cherry Tomato Calzone

Italian Cannellini Bean Burgers-Bean burgers in general are healthy and so filling due to the high fiber content. This version had all of my favorite flavors wrapped up in one neat little package including spinach, garlic, tomatoes, mushrooms and fresh rosemary.

Italian Cannellini Bean Burger

Pasta Nonna-This simple pasta dish made with Kalamata olives, grape tomatoes and garlic is simple to make and bursting with flavor. Place the olives, tomatoes and garlic under the broiler until the tomatoes burst; then toss it with your favorite pasta.

Pasta Nonna

Pastina-The one food both my children crave when they’re not feeling well is pastina; which is so easy to make I can hardly call it a recipe. Cook the tiny pasta in a bit of chicken broth (or chicken bouillon + water) until the liquid evaporates; then add butter and salt. That’s it!



Hearty Soups, Sandwiches & Salads

Low Fat Baked Potato Soup-Not only is this soup thick and creamy, but reducing the calories in soup is really easy if you leave out the heavy cream or half & half and thicken with cornstarch instead. You’ll never miss the added calories in this one!

Low Fat Baked Potato Soup

Vegetarian Black Bean Soup-Eating beans in general are healthy for you and this Vegetarian Bean Soup is no exception which is high in fiber, iron and vitamins C and B6.

Vegetarian Black Bean Soup

Mushroom Barley SoupWhite mushrooms combined with barley and vegetables, give this hearty vegetarian soup a wonderful, aromatic flavor.

Mushroom Barley Soup

Chicken Noodle Soup-It’s inevitable. You will catch a cold (or two or three) while you’re away at college. And if mom isn’t right around the corner, you’ll have to fend for yourself. This recipe shows you how to make homemade chicken soup from the carcass of the entire bird, but you could also just use a bone-in piece of chicken and will get the same result on a smaller scale.

My suggestion is to make a big batch of this soup and freeze it in individual containers when you feel great.  That way when you do get sick, all you have to do is defrost, heat and eat.

Chicken Noodle Soup2

Grilled Chicken Parmesan SlidersThese sliders take only 20 minutes to make and are much healthier than the classic sandwich.

Grilled.Chicken Parmesan Sliders2

Grilled Provolone with Sun Dried Tomato PestoWhether you use pre-made pesto or homemade, this simple sandwich will be your new favorite.

Grilled Provolone Sandwich

Brie & Raspberry Jam PaniniMelted creamy Brie cheese and sweet seedless raspberry jam makes for a tasty lunch or dinner sandwich.

Brie & Raspberry Jam Panini

Black Bean & Corn Salad-This Black Bean & Corn Salad made with black beans, corn, tomatoes, lime juice and cilantro is so filling and flavorful, you can eat it for dinner.

Black Bean & Corn Salad

Greek Chicken SaladThis salad made with boneless chicken breasts combined with tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, Feta cheese, oregano, lemon juice and mayonnaise is deliciously flavorful and a fantastic way to repurpose leftover roasted or grilled chicken or turkey. You can even purchase a store made rotisserie chicken.

Greek Chicken Salad

Spinach Salad with Apples & Pecans-This spinach salad is so easy to make and with a few simple ingredients, it’s ready in about 5-10 minutes.  Start off by purchasing fresh baby spinach; then rinse it under cold water in a salad spinner or colander to make sure it’s clean.

I never assume that pre-washed vegetables are totally clean (and after running it through a salad spinner, you’ll see why!). After your spinach is washed and fairly dry, add it to a bowl; then add the sliced apples and pecans and toss with your favorite dressing.

Spinach Salad with Apples & Pecans in an Apple Balsamic Vinaigrette-2

I hope this list will give you a good head start. Which meals will you be trying?

As a bonus, I also created this list “Kitchen Preparedness for the College Student”; which lists the kitchen equipment and pantry staples that you may want to bring with you for your starter kitchen while away at school.(Don’t forget to view your school or apartment buildings approved list as well).

From here, you can supplement your kitchen based on your individual needs. For us, that meant adding on plastic storage containers. I like to make several meals that can be frozen about 2 weeks before my daughter leaves for school. This way she can freeze them; then pull them out individually when she wants to have something special from home. After she eats the meals, she brings home the empties so I can refill them again.

Kitchen Preparedness for the College Student which includes the kitchen equipment and pantry supplies that will make cooking away from home a breeze. Link also contains 63 budget friendly, easy recipes to help get you started.

You may think that the first item, “indoor grill” is an odd thing to have on the list.  Well I can assure you that this is a “must have” for every college student. My daughter makes most of her meals on her grill and will make several pieces of grilled chicken with a little seasoning on them to last her for a few days.

She either eats it ‘as is’ or adds it to a tossed salad. She’s also grilled shrimp, pork and steak thanks to my mother who sent her a meat delivery. Everyone was knocking on her apartment door when they smelled what she was cooking! Another item you may want to bring is a small microwave if your apartment doesn’t come with one already.

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I also asked her if she would like to share any lessons she learned during her first two years of living on her own. Here they are in no particular order.

  1. RachaelPlan your meals for the week ahead based on your class schedule and availability. If you know you won’t get home until 9pm; prepare your dinner earlier in the day or the day before so you can reheat it when you get home. You’ll be too tired to make dinner when it’s late; then wind up eating food that may not be healthy for you.
  2. If you have roommates (which many of you will), take turns cooking for each other or plan time that you will all be there at the same time and cook together. It’s fun and you wind up learning different methods of cooking based on other people’s religion or cultures.
  3. Don’t shop when you’re hungry! You’re likely to spend more money on impulse items you really don’t need (and can’t afford).
  4. Shop the perimeter of the grocery store. That is where the freshest foods like meats, dairy, vegetables/fruit are located. It will help keep you on track or sticking to a healthier diet.
  5. Rotate or share the cost with your roommates on common items that you will all be using like pantry staples or dairy so you don’t wind up with four gallons of milk and 20lbs of flour.
  6. Try to stay away from fast food. It may be cheap, but leaves you feeling sluggish. Fresh is always best and the cost adds up. $5 here and there may wind up costing you an extra $50 per week on food.
  7. Try not to binge on junk food; unless you’re in the middle of an all night cramming session then cookie or wing deliveries are a must. 😉 The calories do add up, no matter how much you’re walking on campus, and they’re the main reason for the infamous “Freshman 15”.
  8. Purchase knock off or store brands when grocery shopping to help save some money. Watch out for grocery item sales and be open to change. If you plan out your meals for the week and one of the items you need are either out of stock or too expensive, don’t buy it. Purchase something similar or forego the item altogether until the cost is more reasonable.
  9. Make once, eat twice (or three or four times!). Take advantage of the time you do have at home while you’re not busy and prepare meals ahead of time. It saves you time trying to figure out meals in the long run.
  10. When cooking on top of the stove, never leave the kitchen. It’s easy to get side tracked or distracted and that’s how fires get started. (Gee, I hope she wasn’t speaking from experience here!)

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So your child is heading off to college this year, I know what that's like. Our oldest daughter has been living in her own college apartment for the last two years.  Here are 63 Budget Friendly Meals for the First Time College Student, plus a list of kitchen equipment and pantry supplies to start your first kitchen.

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Wishing all of the students (and parents!) a successful school year~Happy Cooking!


  1. Mary Marshall
    August 3, 2016 at 6:40 am - Reply

    How cool is this! I really love it, all the ideas are fantastic and the shopping suggestions are great. Especially love “shop the perimeter of the store” and “stay away from fast food.”

    • Carrie's Experimental Kitchen
      August 3, 2016 at 12:01 pm - Reply

      Thank you Mary, I’m glad you liked it. I was a bit worried when she first went off to college 2 years ago because she never really liked to hang out in the kitchen with me. But since it became a necessity for her, she must have picked something up just from being near me anyway. She had some great tips and I’m sure many first timers will find this list useful.

  2. Nettie Moore
    August 3, 2016 at 11:46 am - Reply

    This is an incredible list that my daughter needs and so do I! Nettie

  3. Christine
    August 3, 2016 at 12:47 pm - Reply

    Great idea! All looks good. Great post.

  4. Doreen Simpson
    August 4, 2016 at 6:35 am - Reply

    Fabulous post Carrie…never mind first time students, there’s so much there that I want to try for myself ♥

  5. Jennifer Caputo
    July 27, 2018 at 7:24 am - Reply

    I always love this time of year when you give such great advice to the college kids. I always love to share this with my friends whose kids are heading out. Thank you for your passion and your wisdom!
    Jennifer xo

    • Carrie's Experimental Kitchen
      July 27, 2018 at 3:08 pm - Reply

      I’m so glad you enjoy the post Jennifer and THANK YOU for sharing it. It’s hard to believe she’s almost done with her undergrad already, it goes by so quick, but I don’t have to tell you that! Much love xoxo

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