DIY: Hacking your Food

Have you ever found yourself wandering down a supermarket aisle, thinking that you could make all the products on the shelves yourself – but better, healthier and cheaper? Then we’ve got the recipes for you! If you’re willing to put in the extra time and effort, we can guarantee these recipes will upgrade your favorite foods, all while saving you some serious *~cash money~* and assuring that you know exactly what it is you’re eating!

1. Peanut Butter:

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Find another great technique here.

2. Pasta:

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For a whole wheat version, try this recipe.

3. Salsa:

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For a sweet twist, try this recipe for mango salsa!

4. Potato Chips:

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chippies

Try here for some yummy Parmesan chips.

5. Chocolate Ice Cream:

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Don’t want chocolate? Try here for an Oreo cookie ice cream!

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Is your mouth watering yet? Good! Try out these recipes for yourself and Instagram how they turn out. Just tag us @bncollege so we can see them!

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