Cinnamon French Toast Topped With Fresh Strawberries Start by beating three eggs in a bowl with half a cup of milk, and some cinnamon. Dip four pieces of bread into the mix one by one flipping both sides. Cook it in a pan until crisp. Top it off with some freshly sliced strawberries, and powdered … More Go To Easy Low Calorie Breakfast
Oni Ramen has a great laid back environment. With casual vibes and fairly quick service. I ordered the most spicy ramen on the menu and am pretty sure it was way to spicy for any normal person. I’m pretty sure it burned a hole in my intestines. I wasn’t able to finish it and my … More Oni Ramen: Fort Worth Eats
Something light and easy. As most of you know, I’m pretty big on clean eating. This meal is one of my go to meals! The spice in the chicken really brings out the flavor and balances the taste of the sweet peach with this salad. Servings: 8 Prep time: 30 min Ingredients: 2 cups … More College Meal Prep: Peachy Spring Zesty Chicken Salad
Before I moved to college I hated cooking. Well not so much the cooking part but the cleaning part that followed so I always tried to avoid it. But! Have no fear, if you’re like me you won’t have to starve to death because I’m going to show you my go to meal when I’m … More College Meals: On-The-Go-Turkey Wrap
Let’s cut to the chase, at 11$ for a macaroni grilled cheese: I have to say eating this college staple has never felt more boujee. While the combination of two all American classic favorites sounds delectable, it was quite… well… average per say. Neither of us could finish our sandwiches and only ate half. But … More Dallas Eats: Dallas Grilled Cheese Co.
Well, technically Richardson. Looking for a place with shaved ice/ and flak softer and fluffier than a cloud?! Look no further! Sweet mix has a variety of fruity flavors to fulfill your tastebuds! Perfect for those hot summer days, heck even winter! If you’re looking for something with a little more sustenance try a chocolate … More Dallas Eats: sweetmix
With a laid back vibe and variety of Bao’s to choose from, ranging from around 3-5$ it’s easily on the top of my list of Dallas restaurants. The Bao was moist and you can never go wrong with a pork belly Bao anywhere! So if you don’t know what to get if suggest starting off … More Dallas Eats: Sumo Shack