Jade Hsiao
By Lily Lou / Spoon University
December 17, 2015

Cooking single-serve recipes is the best way to keep your roommate from eating all your food (in addition to hiding food from them) and to avoid eating leftovers. Stay single, people.

1. Classic Pancakes

Agnes Chen

So good. So easy to make. So customizable. Recipe here.

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2. Dark Chocolate Mug Cake

Dark chocolate is healthy, right? Make it here.

3. Microwaveable Rice Crispy Treat

Rebecca Block

All you need is cereal, marshmallows, butter, a mug, and a minute. Recipe here.

4. Peanut Butter Cookies

Palma Gubert

This recipe makes the chewiest, softest peanut butter cookie on Earth. If you’re not into chewy cookies, try substituting brown sugar for white sugar. Recipe here.

5. Banana Bread in a Mug

You don’t even need an oven for this. Recipe here.

6. Rosemary Parmesan Popcorn

Alina Polishuk

For optimal taste, pair it with Netflix. Alone. When your roommate is out for the night. Recipe here.

7. Healthy Chocolate Mousse

Mikayla Baiocchi

You won’t even taste the avocado. Recipe here.

8. Italian Baked Eggs

Liz Tadie

It looks super difficult to make, but no one has to know that it only took five minutes. Recipe here.

9. Standard Salsa

Paavani Jain

If you want to add in more spice, add a little chopped jalapeño. Recipe here.

10. Avocado Toast

Phoebe Melnick

OK, avocado toast might be a little basic, but it’s super easy and quick to make. Just be sure not to Instagram it. Recipe here.

Read the full list HERE. This article originally appeared on Spoon University


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