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Finals smoothie

This smoothie recipe is rad for when you’re running out to a study session at some point this week or for that 8 a.m. final. Juice it up, Bears!
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Honey garlic shrimp

We know that shrimp can be a polarizing food. You either love it, or you hate it. Well, if you’re in the “love it” camp, we have a gift for you. If you’re in the “hate it” camp, think about all of the health benefits shrimp has to offer! Shrimp is great because it’s low in calories, protein-rich and you can customize it to a flavor that suits you. If that’s not enough to convince you, you’ll just have to try this recipe for yourself. Get your pots and pans ready! Your taste buds and body will thank you for it later.
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Peaches and cream overnight oats

Make this peaches and cream overnight oats recipe Sunday night and have breakfast ready to go for half the week. This recipe takes less than 10 minutes to make, and the airtight container it’s held in keeps the yogurt and fruit fresh for up to four days.
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Baked pears with walnuts and maple syrup

As a fellow college student, I understand the struggle of choosing convenience and thrift over health. It came as a surprise to me that fresh produce is one of the best things to buy on a budget. For example, I found that on average, d’Anjou pears cost $1.90 per pound
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Virgin sangria recipe

Do you ever want to enjoy a drink but don’t feel like having it with alcohol? Sangrias are delicious, but they don’t always have to be alcoholic in order to be good. This recipe is perfect to pair with sandwiches and other picnic foods, especially on Game Days. What you’ll need
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Honey spiced milk

My sister and I aren’t huge fans of milk, but when we discovered this delectable winter recipe, we actually felt excited to drink this dairy delight. This easy rendition on a coffee shop classic — honey steamed milk — is so easy and so delicious that you’ll never want to have
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