I live in a student’s house, and I don’t have access to the kitchen. Does anybody know a quick recipe that doesn’t involve burners or blenders?

Ronald J.
Eating raw fruit and vegetables eating raw fruit and vegetables it's better than cooking them. Because when you cook them you lose minerals and vitamins. Solids are the best with just a little oil and perhaps some pomegranate molasses.
Terrance E.
Hmm, good recipe is a mug cake, the ingredients are: egg, out flakes, apple, small pieces of chocolate, and raisins. It's really delicious and healthy.
Joshua Y.
If you have access to a fridge combine 1/3 cup oats, 1 tbsp chia seeds, 1 cup milk, 1/2 tbsp cinnamon and a mashed banana in a mason jar and leave it in the fridge overnight. A really yummy and healthy breakfast ready to go!
Aiden N.
My favourite cold meal will always be caprese. It’s just tomato and mozzarella slices and put on a plate intermittently (one tomato, one mozzarella, one tomato and so on) with a drizzle of oil, some salt and pepper to taste and if you have some basil’s leaves to garnish. It have protein (the mozzarella), vegetables (tomato and basil) and if you need/like you can add some bread too so you have carbs too… An easy, cold, complete meal witch need very little preparation and it’s ok for every meal. You can even put everything inside the bread and have a to go meal perfect for breakfast or a snack too.
Charlie J.
For breakfast try overnight oats in the fridge, Greek yogurt with nuts and fruits. For lunch and dinner, you can do salads with lunch meat, and to change it up, put it in a tortilla or pita
Luci L.
Hey! I understand when you do not have a burner or a blender. I use to have to find recipes like that. One of my favorites are yogurt bowls. Just yogurt, granola, and your fav fruit!
Myuna F.
I used to live in a similar situation so I’d try to eat more fulfilling snacks. Instead a bag of chips I’d eat strawberries and whip cream. Charcuterie boards can also be very fulfilling .