Cooking for One? Tips & Recipes for Delicious Single-Serving Meals
4. Find A Friend and Do A Meal Trade
Know anyone else who’s dining solo? Suggest that each of you find a recipe that serves two and whip it up. Keep one portion for yourself and trade the second portion so you’ll have two different single-serving meals. And the more the merrier when it comes to the food exchange. More people = more variety. One tip: Make sure the meals you’re cooking are still good the next day or can be frozen. That way your friends don’t have to eat it right away and can still enjoy it later.