15 minutes meals

Sero headcanons (because I love him)

Wears shirts three times his size because of his elbows.

Is always in charge of getting aizawa’s cat out of trees.

Makes the fastest comeback to anything bakugou says.

Tries his best.

Tied with Mina for second place of being able to touch Bakugou without him exploding.

If you ask him for a piggieback ride he will definitely give you one.

“tell me about your salad options.”

Tried going a day without eating greens. Lasted 30 minutes.

Brushes his teeth for like 15 minutes. After literally every meal.

He’s a really good shot.

Don’t play paintball with him unless he’s on your team.

Still don’t do it he always goes rogue.

Loves his friends.

Gives really good hugs.

Ate meat once. Just once.

“Is that a marijuana? In MY good Christian suburb??”

His mini fridge is just salad dressing.

Baggy pants.

Everyone steals his clothes because they’re comfy and they like his soap.

*on the school intercom* “Could whoever has my nirvana T-shirt this time please leave it on the common room couch.”

Lean mean memeing machine.

Puts the trademark symbol at the end of all his contacts.

bakugou is saved as sparky sparky boom man™ I don’t make the rules.

Hugs all his friends goodnight.

Resting bitch face could kill another bitch.

All in all a 10/10 boy I love him.

Getting my Life Together

For a while now, I’ve been really unorganized and frazzled. I’m always forgetting things, leaving my stuff around, and I just don’t feel like I am clear about my life. I think doing this will kickstart me into getting my life together for once. 

As a student at a private school that goes from 8-6, not including extracurriculars, I can’t do anything crazy, but I think these are small steps that’ll help. After all, you eat an elephant one step at a time, right?

Am I ready?

No. Let’s get started.

Originally posted by 2009wasagoodyear

1. Go meditate. For 5 minutes, 10 minutes, it doesn’t matter. Just sit in calm peace.

2. No work after 7 today. Seriously. Go knit or read or something.

3. Organize your desk. Decorate it, make it beautiful.

4. Clean your bag. Also, get a gosh darned purse!

5. Throw out expired makeup or skin products.

6. Refill makeup and skin products you threw out.

7. Get everything on your to-do list[s] done.

8. Go for a hike. Then, do some crunches.

9. Go on a cleanse. Don’t eat sugar today.

10. Charge your computer, phone, iPad, Kindle, etc.

11. Get your homework done. All of it.

12. Clean your bedroom. And make your bed.

13. Drink lemon water first thing in the morning.

14. Take a shot of ACV 15 minutes before every meal.

15. Plan out some “Me-Time”.

16. Don’t wear makeup today. 

17. Journal. Be positive.

18. Organize your files.

19. Make a date to visit an old friend.

20. Do something important you don’t want to do.

21. Watch one episode of Netflix without binging on it.

22. Be body positive.

23. Wear something that scares you to wear.

24. Don’t buy ANYTHING.

25. Go to a coffee shop and blog. Or, start a blog.

26. Drink a matcha latte instead of coffee.

27. Make your own cup of coffee. Don’t go to Starbucks.

28. Set goals for next month.

29. Reflect in your journal about this month.

30. Workout. Like, seriously.

Originally posted by drunkbroadway

  • Person who actually cares about healthy eating: Looks up local grocery store sales, takes 15 minutes to plan some meals, buys a week's worth of fruits, vegetables, and other dietary staples for $25.
  • Some tumblr asshole trying to earn brownie points: OMG, I went out and arbitrarily bought three of the most EXPENSIVE fruits, TWO individually packaged nut snack packs, and a SODA, and it cost me $32... THIRTY-TWO DOLLARS. How dare you. This will last me two days at most. Healthy eating is too expensive, guys. I'm out.

My brother just bitched at me about how “simple” taking care of my diabetes was and how being over 500 was really bad for me, why couldn’t I just take a shot of insulin and be okay all the time?? “You used to have perfect blood sugars all the time! (When I was first diagnosed and killed myself over every little detail) Why can’t you have good bg’s, what’s so hard about taking a shot 15 minutes before each meal?“ yeah it’s so simple and easy taking care of my chronic illness on top of the 500 fucking mental illnesses I have on top of that :))))

I absolutely hate this. I hate this with a passion. Do you want to know why I hate it so much? Because what this person is saying is: “I’m better than you because I can work 30+ hours a week to pay off my student debt (even though my tuition is 90% covered by scholarships) and if you’re struggling and you don’t work 30+ hours a week and if you have a car, a smart phone and an iPad while you’re in school then you have no right to complain about tuition rates and student loans!!!!!!!!!”

Let me just start off by saying if you think working 30+ hours a week while in school full-time is something everyone can do, you’re crazy.

*Disclaimer: Since this person appears to live off-campus, this will be in the perspective of students who live off-campus as well.*

Let’s put it into perspective: There are 168 hours in a week.

The average student has five classes a semester. Typically, those classes are a mix of 50-minute lectures (three days a week) and 80-minute lectures (two days a week).

If somebody had, let’s say, two 50-minute courses and three 80-minute courses per semester, that would equal 10 hours and twenty minutes a week. That’s just classes alone.

Now throw in study time. To keep things simple, assuming there aren’t any big assignments like papers or theses due, let’s say you devote an hour per each class you had that day to studying for it. That would make 12 hours of studying per week. And let’s not forget the weekend; let’s throw in a half hour per class on the weekend, since we want to get stuff done but we kinda wanna have some fun, too. Add another 2 ½ hours.

We should probably factor in sleep as well, since that’s kind of important. You SHOULD be getting 8 hours a night. 8 hours x 7 nights= 56.

Assume it takes about 15 minutes to eat a meal. Assume you only have three meals. 45 minutes a day of feeding yourself, time 7 days a week, is 5 hours and fifteen minutes. If you live alone, we’ll throw in about an hour of meal preparation (assuming you’re making pretty decent meals and a good supper.) That’s another 7 hours a week.

What are we at so far? 93 hours and twenty minutes of your week are gone, and that’s only from sleeping, eating, and doing coursework.

But we still haven’t factored in the time it takes to bathe, to walk to and from each class (add another 10-20 minutes per class, and that’s if you’re close to the campus.) We’re not factoring in how much time it takes to write a paper, or buy groceries, or clean the apartment, do your laundry, or do the dishes (which can be time consuming, and if you’re not putting time into that, then your place would become a dump which is just harder to live in). And what about time for your family and friends? Because, let’s face it, nobody likes spending all their time alone.

And say you DO have a job, and you put in around 10-15 hours a week, which is still hard to keep up with. It’s hard to find a break. Also, minimum wage is different all over the place. Here, it’s $10.30. That makes at most $300 per biweekly paycheck. $600 a month is not even close to enough to cover rent, utilities, and groceries. In fact, $600 a month is a cheap apartment here. CHEAP.

ALSO: You’re only paying 10% of your tuition, since 90% was covered by scholarships, so you probably didn’t even have to bother with student loans. But not everybody can get good scholarships. I had an 83% average in high school and applied for tons of scholarships, and all I got was one scholarship and a small entrance bursary. These don’t even cover half of my tuition. Not everybody is as blessed as you were in the scholarship department, and therefor they have to pay the full price.

It might be possible to work 30 hours a week while you’re in school full time. And if you can do it, that’s awesome! Good for you! But not everybody can. Some struggle with course work and need to put time into extra help. Some are easily exhausted. 30 hours a week on top of full-time classes and course work isn’t easy, and you have no right to shit on anybody for not being able to do it. Working yourself to the point where you’re putting your grades and mental and physical health at risk is NOT how it’s supposed to work.

Don’t put yourself on a pedestal just because you worked your way through college. Instead, look at it through somebody else’ perspective.



  • 18 refrigerated biscuits
  • 8 ounces breakfast sausage
  • 7 large eggs
  • ½ cup milk
  • salt & ground pepper for taste
  • 1 cup mild shredded Cheddar cheese


  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C). Grease 18 muffin cups with cooking spray.
  2. Roll out biscuit dough on a lightly floured surface to form 5-inch rounds. Place each round in the prepared muffin cups, pressing into the base and sides to form a dough cup.
  3. Cook and stir sausage in a skillet over medium-high heat until browned and cooked through, 5 to 10 minutes; drain fat. Spoon sausage into dough cups.
  4. Whisk eggs, milk, salt, and pepper together in a bowl until well-beaten. Pour egg mixture into each dough cup, filling each just below the top of the biscuit dough. Sprinkle Cheddar cheese on top of egg mixture.
  5. Bake in the preheated oven until eggs are set and biscuit dough is golden, 15 to 18 minutes.

Kraft Mac and Cheese spirals + a small diced orange pepper + Romano or Parmesan cheese (I used packets from Olive Garden) + crushed harvest cheddar Sun Chips (on top so they aren’t soggy)

Definitely finish the Mac and cheese first, let the Mac and cheese sit on a low temp, dice the small pepper before adding it in, and then move to toppings such as cheese and sun chips.

The taste is very light so if you want to spice it up, a multi-seasoning container is my go-to. Oregano helps!

Great for babysitting (tell the kids the peppers are human power ups), eating in a dorm, the ramen noodle budget, and a 15 minute meal.


I made this recipe as simple as possible so you can customize it! I highly suggest adding a protein like cubed firm tofu, chicken, or vegetarian meats to make this more filling and add nutrition. I serve mine with ½ cup of long grain rice but you could also try serving it with quinoa! You can also swap in whatever veggies you like- I just used what I had around in the freezer (I have a freezer veggie patch haha)!

Oh and did I mention this is completely gluten free?! Woohoo! :)

15 minute meals are a great way to stay healthy without spending a ton of time in the kitchen. Using frozen veggies mixed with freshly sauteed onions & garlic gives you convenience but makes it still taste fresh!

For more healthy 15 minute meals go here.

Biggest Iftar in the World

Masjid al-Haram in Madinah witnesses the biggest Iftar in the world.

More than 12,000 meters of table cloth are stretched daily for Iftar in the mosque

Serving approximately 300 000 Muslims a day, the daily cost is approximately 1 million Saudi riyals (around $290,000).

Consumption includes 130 000 litres of Zamzam, 50 000 litres of arabic coffee, 300 000 bread rolls, 50 000 litres of yoghurt & milk and 50 000 litres of fruit juices, 40 tonnes of dates DAILY.

The iftars don’t last more than 15 minutes. The meal is sponsored by various benefactors.

The number of dates consumed daily by worshippers in the Masjid al-Haram is estimated to be more than 5 million pieces.

15 minutes after the fast ends, the entire Masjid is spotless without signs of any food or drink.



Lunch of the day:

Lamb-steak with zucchini and chanterelles

That’s in it:

- lamb-steak
- zucchini (½)
- chanterelles (2 handfuls)
- garlic (1 clove)
- onion (1 small)
- red pesto (2 teaspoons)
- almond milk (½ cup)
- cashew mousse (1 teaspoon)
- pepper+salt
- olive oil (1 teaspoon)

1. Preheat oven to 180 degree C.

2. Clean the chanterelles (don’t use water just remove the earth with a brush).

3. Cut up the onion and the garlic finely.
And chop the zucchini up in cubes (1cmx1cm).

4. Dry your lamb steak with kitchen-paper, coat the upside with one teaspoon of red pesto and add a dash of salt and pepper.

5. Heat up the garlic in the olive oil in a pan, wait till it’s really hot and the garlic turns slightly brown.

6. Add your steak to the pan with the pesto-coated side down.

7. Coat the upside with one teaspoon of red pesto and add a dash of salt and pepper.

8. Wait till the down side turns slightly brown and turn your steak upside down.

9. When both sides are slightly brown wrap the steak in aluminium foil.

Depending on how thick your steak is put it in the oven 5-15 minutes before your meal will be finished.

10. Use the pan to heat up the onion add one teaspoon of red pesto.

11. When the add the turns slightly brown add the zucchini to your pan and wait till the cubes turn soft.

12. Add chanterelles to the pan.
Wait till they turn soft.

13. Mix almond milk and cashew mousse and pour that into the pan.
Mix well and let that sit for about three minutes.

14. Take your meat out and add the gravy to your pan.
Mix well. Add salt and pepper if needed.

15. Done ;)

Put meat and the content of your pan on a plate and decorate with red pepper and parsley if you like.
I also added ½ a teaspoon of rose hip jam to the plate, as a sweet component.

Enjoy your meal :)

This is easily one of my favorite lunches of all time; it’s so easy and delicious. :’)

Sauté half an onion and minced garlic (to taste) in olive oil. Throw a cup or two of chickpeas into the same pan; leave them to simmer in the olive oil for about 5 minutes. Toss in several big handfuls of spinach (preferably baby, but it doesn’t really matter) and pour a few tablespoons of lemon juice over it. Cover the pan, let the spinach wilt (about 4 minutes.) Voila, you have a 1 pan, 6 ingredient, 15 minute, nutrition-packed meal!

erwinisbi  asked:

Miniba :-)

1. He gave his father ‘the talk’

2. Once a rattlesnake bit him, after 5 days of excruciating pain, the snake finally died

3. He once went to the psychic, to warn her

4. If he were to punch you in the face you would have to fight off a strong urge to thank him

5. His tears can cure cancer, too bad he never cries

6. He once brought a knife to a gunfight… just to even the odds

7. When he meets the Pope, the Pope kisses his ring

8. His friends call him by his name, his enemies don’t call him anything because they are all dead

9. He has never waited 15 minutes after finishing a meal before returning to the pool

10. He makes really great guacamole. 

anonymous asked:

last summer I worked a 5-day conference on crystals. NEVER AGAIN. crystal people/hippies are so senselessly rude.... we only had 15 minutes for each meal (total 45 minutes off THE ENTIRE DAY from 7am-9pm), customers were constantly trying to come behind the counter and complaining about prices. We would close&lock the show-room doors right before meals and customers - GROWN ADULTS - would come and rattle the door like they didn't understand why it wouldn't open.