You can keep dark chocolate with at least 72% cocoa (it's suppose to be healthy if you eat it in moderation and eat the serving size of it and not the whole bar) Fruits and veggies of course. You can get apples and lemons, and cut the apple up and squeeze some of the lemon juice on it and you can carry it around for the day if need be. trail mix popcorn (not the microwaveable), like buy the kettles and pop them in a pan/pot that's covered and lightly season it or eat it plain. Stuff like that. I don't know how helpful this is because I haven't lived in a dorm myself yet
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I keep a lot of the same things as you do, but I would also add fresh fruit and veggies plenty of water. Almonds are a great snack because they are high in fiber and keep you full longer. If you have a sweet tooth try some dark chocolate and fudge pops are a great low cal option.
So, heading back to college is already on my mind. I can't eat EVERY meal at the dining hall and sometimes, you know, you need a snack. I need more suggestions for healthy foods to keep stocked in my dorm, especially meals and snacks. I have a mini-fridge and freezer that I share with one other girl, and a microwave. It's a decent sized suite but not huge.
I already like to keep around: Microwaveable oatmeal for breakfast EasyMac singles Lowfat pudding, yogurt, or fruit cups Bread, PB2, and jelly for quick sandwiches Granola bars for snacks on the go
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