Dream Dinners Goes to College!

Parenting & Kids | August 23, 2013 | By

Whether you’re moving your college student into their first apartment or sending them back for their final year, a freezer full of Dream Dinners might be the best back-to-school gift you could give them.

Studies done by Oregon State University show that most college students aren’t eating even a single serving of fruits and vegetables a day and are consuming more than 30% of their calories from fat. Dream Dinners could be the perfect solution for busy students who don’t have the time or skills to cook a healthy dinner every night.

Pesto Chicken RavioliTo give them extra time to hit the books or participate in campus activities, these dinners can be cooked in just 15 minutes and easily replace your student’s pizza or ramen noodles even on the busiest night of the week. Plus a 3-serving side should even provide leftovers for lunch the next day (unless they have a hungry roommate that raids the fridge)!

Pesto Cheese Ravioli with Chicken and Walnuts is a customer favorite and leftovers can be eaten as a cold pasta salad in between classes.

Market Salmon with Corn Medley also makes an easy lunch out of leftovers. Just shred the salmon, mix with the corn and enough mayo to hold it together, and stuff into a pita pocket.