1. Frozen Banana Poppers Photo by Abigail Wilkins / Via spoonuniversity.com Bananas are a great source of potassium, and Greek yogurt is packed with protein. Just dip the banana slices in yogurt, freeze, and you've got a healthy snack. Recipe here. 2. Mug Eggs Photo by Megan Prendergast / Via spoonuniversity.com Eggs are an inexpensive way to get protein, and these are fool-proof in the microwave. Make yours here. 3. Kale Chips Photo by Alex Tom / Via spoonuniversity.com If you haven’t already hopped on the kale bandwagon, you should try these kale chips. They’re easy to make and even easier to enjoy. Recipe here. 4. Banana Oat Breakfast Cookies Photo by Maia Vernacchia / Via spoonuniversity.com These banana oat breakfast cookies are a perfect option for those running late to class or just on-the-go in general. Make them like this. 5. Hummus Photo by Parisa Soraya / Via spoonuniversity.com Hummus is a fast, easy way to up your daily intake of fiber and protein. Make it like this. 6. Zucchini Chips Photo by Kirby Barth / Via spoonuniversity.com Try these zucchini chips to satisfy your craving for crunch — without all the salt, empty calories, and trans fats found in regular chips. Recipe here. 7. Dorm Room Guac Photo by Jeanine Wells / Via spoonuniversity.com Super easy to make, and a refreshing alternative to jarred queso and salsa from the grocery store. If you want to be even healthier, buy whole grain tortilla chips. Recipe here. 8. Fried Rice in a Mug Photo by Katherine Baker / Via spoonuniversity.com This recipe uses brown rice, any veggies you can find (or steal from the dining hall), and egg whites to make a yummy, on-the-go or in-the-bed snack that's actually filling. Make it here. 9. Roasted Chickpeas Photo by Kirby Barth / Via spoonuniversity.com In addition to their tastiness, chickpeas are also a great source of protein, fiber, and iron, which can help keep you full longer and boost your energy. Recipe here. 10. Seaweed Photo by Becky Hughes / Via spoonuniversity.com Add your own seasonings to give it your special spin. Make it like this. 11. Quiche in a Mug Photo by Parisa Soraya / Via spoonuniversity.com This classy quiche recipe makes it easy to feel fancy and healthy while cooking in your dorm. Make it like this. 12. Breakfast Tacos Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Gif by Dylan Barth / Via spoonuniversity.com Don't forget to load 'em up with avocados. (And skip the jarred salsa for fresh tomatoes, if you can.) Recipe here. 13. Yogurt Breakfast Parfait Photo by Anna Loh / Via spoonuniversity.com These breakfast parfaits are easy to make the night before. Then just grab on your way to class or as a snack once you get back. Recipe here. 14. Fancy Cottage Cheese Photo by Tess Wei / Via spoonuniversity.com Easy, cheesy, and super versatile — this topping combo is olive oil and za'atar spice mix. Switch yours up here. 15. Overnight Oats Photo by Maggie Harriman / Via spoonuniversity.com Overnight oats are another great way to make sure you have a good breakfast without getting up at the crack of dawn. Recipe here. 16. Deconstructed Apple Pie Photo by Ally Mark / Via spoonuniversity.com This recipe for apple pie à la dorm puts a healthy spin on the classic apple pie, helping you get your dessert without eating your weight in candy bars from the vending machine in the lobby. Make it like this. 17. Mac ‘n Cheese in a Mug Photo by Alex Weiner / Via spoonuniversity.com OK, so it's not the healthiest ever, but every diet should involve a LITTLE mac n cheese — and there's no weird powdered cheese in sight here. Make it here. Original article by Sabrina Congel. For more, check out Spoon University.