Study parties can make a dreary task into a fun get-together with friends, and these study party recipes will satisfy those hunger pangs and keep the mind sharp. From easy-to-make sloppy joes to refreshing blueberry fruit smoothies (full of antioxidants), these study party recipes include something for everyone.
These sloppy joes are quick to prepare - in fact, you can even make the meat mixture in advance. Just warm in a skillet when you're ready to serve. I like to serve these sloppy joes on potato rolls.
If your study group likes chili dogs, this hot dog chili is the recipe to make for them. It tastes like a chili dog, but you can make it in advance, and you don't need a bun to enjoy it. I recommend uncured hot dogs for this hot dog chili recipe.
These sweet fruit smoothies taste like dessert, but they're actually loaded with antioxidants, fiber, vitamins and minerals. And they only take 5 minutes to whip up - what could be better for a study party?
Eggs make a healthy, satisfying meal you can eat any time of the day. And it only takes a few minutes to make scrambled eggs. Rich in protein, vitamin A, vitamin D and B vitamins, eggs are healthy, too, especially if you buy omega-3 eggs, where the chickens have been fed a diet that is rich in heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
You don't need to go to a Middle Eastern restaurant to enjoy great hummus. This recipe is authentic and can be prepared in minutes in the food processor. Don't have tahini on hand? Substitute peanut butter. Serve with raw vegetables and pita bread.
Cooked rotisserie chicken, pre-shredded cheese and store-bought barbecue sauce make this pizza recipe a snap to put together. And it's satisfying enough to get you through a long night of studying.
This soft and chewy chocolate chip cookies melt in your mouth. They're the perfect sweet treat for doing homework in the afternoon or a late-night study party. You can make these cookies in advance, or just take a break from studying to make the cookies - they're that quick and easy.