Food·Posted on Jul 31, 201431 Foods You Should Learn To Make In CollegeBecoming a real person means you need to figure out that whole cooking-for-yourself thing.by Spoon UniversityBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Eggs (at least two ways) First photo courtesy of Life Ambrosia, second photo by Caty Shnack / Via nyu.spoonuniversity.com Click here if you want to keep it classy with scrambled eggs or here to get fried. 2. Chicken Breast Photo by Jennifer Starrs / Via foodrepublic.com Just tell yourself that this baked chicken recipe is healthier than fried chicken (even if that might not be true). 3. Bacon Photo by Christin Urso / Via cornell.spoonuniversity.com Impress your friends during boozy brunch by making perfect bacon. 4. Avocado Toast Photo by Rachel Piorko / Via delaware.spoonuniversity.com Your go-to breakfast is this easy. 5. Stir Fry Photo by Danny Schuleman / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com Made with tofu or no-fu way, this recipe is doable even on the busiest nights. 6. Grilled Cheese Photo by Kirby Barth / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com For more food porn, and grilled cheeses that will prep your stomach to handle a night of questionable choices, click here. 7. Fancy Instant Ramen Photo by Andrew Seah / Via spoonuniversity.com Utilize Instant Ramen in a real way with this recipe. 8. Easy Pizza Photo by Emily Hu / Via spoonuniversity.com Whether it’s pita, flat bread or store-bought dough, click here to find multiple recipes for homemade pizza. 9. Microwave Cake Photo by Patrick Domingo / Via nyu.spoonuniversity.com It’s not that you’re incompetent, but this recipe is just too easy to pass up when you're craving dessert. 10. Green Smoothie Photo by Spoon University / Via spoonuniversity.com You’re going to try one like this sooner or later, might as well start getting in those greens now. 11. Healthy Wrap Photo by Bari Blanga / Via psu.spoonuniversity.com A staple lunch option you won't feel guilty after eating or stressed out about preparing. 12. Overnight Oats Photo by Gabby Phi / Via spoonuniversity.com Discover the method to this trendy madness (+ a quicker start to your morning) here. 13. Sweet Potato Fries Photo by Amanda Gajdosik / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com Better than frozen and a good way to get rid of those sweet potatoes you forgot about in the pantry (we've all done it). Find out how to bake them here. 14. Guacamole View this video on Vimeo Video by Amanda Schulman / Via upenn.spoonuniversity.com Stop wishing you had a bowl of guac to yourself and go ahead and make it. Yes, we're giving you permission to eat as much as you want. Watch this video now. 15. Roasted Vegetables Photo by Mackenzie Barth / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com Making roasted veggies will save your precious time you'd rather be spend doing productive things, like stalking your high school friends on Facebook. 16. French Toast Photo by Hannah Morse / Via upenn.spoonuniversity.com Anything labeled "French" sounds fancy, but we promise you can do this any morning of the week. 17. Chili Photo by Analiese Trimber / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com For the big game, or for chilly days, use this recipe. 18. Mac N' Cheese Photo by Daniel Schuleman / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com You don't even need a reason to make your own mac and these other comforting childhood recipes. 19. Baked Potato Photo by Amanda Schulman / Via spoonuniversity.com Click here to get baking—your potatoes of course. 20. Chopped Salad Photo by Elizabeth Layman / Via cal.spoonuniversity.com Chop up this recipe for your daily dose of veg and store for the week. 21. Hummus Photo by Parisa Soraya / Via michigan.spoonuniversity.com Don't worry—you can use a blender if you don’t have a food processor for this recipe. 22. The Eggocado Photo by Libby Perold / Via washu.spoonuniversity.com There's not much more to life than an egg baked into an avocado. Find out how to do it here. 23. How To Cook With Beer Photo by Daniel Schulman / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com Learn how to repurpose your leftover beer with these recipes. 24. Penne Pasta Photo by Lily Allen / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com Plain or with veggies, this recipe is simple, yet necessary to college survival. 25. Mini Bagel Breakfast Sliders Photo by Sarah Adler / Via spoonuniversity.com You shouldn't graduate without knowing how to put together a mean breakfast sandwich. 26. Tuna Sala View this video on Vimeo Video by Jane Kim / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com Put those tuna cans to good use. 27. Quinoa Salad Photo by Kendra Valkema / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com There’s no longer an excuse not to eat quinoa anymore. Make this salad every day for lunch. 28. Chocolate Chip Cookies Photo by Kelda Baljon / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com Cookies are perfect to pop in the oven during a study break (cue procrastination). If you're feeling fancy, add bacon to this classic recipe, 29. Fruit Smoothie Photo by Jocelyn Hsu / Via cal.spoonuniversity.com Make a smoothie, even without fresh fruit, with this recipe. 30. Salmon Photo by Sarah Munger / Via nu.spoonuniversity.com Seriously, you can cook this flaky, healthy fish without even trying. Click here for the recipe. 31. Yogurt Parfait Photo by Anna Loh / Via uoregon.spoonuniversity.com Mason jars are the Superman lunch boxes of college, but regardless this parfait recipe is a must. This list was compiled by Rachel Williamson. For more Spoon articles, click here, or like us on Facebook.