Posted on 12 February 2021
What you eat may affect how you feel - but when and where you eat can have an effect too. Cooking and sharing a meal with your household can help improve your mental health, whether it’s helping you to wind down, providing a chance to socialise and feel connected to others, or taking a mental break from your day.
You can also help your pocket. Buying in bulk works out much cheaper than portions for one. Get your household together, decide on a time, take turns to choose recipes and discover new foods and flavours. And don’t forget you can share on the washing up as well!
To help you get started, take a look at these easy recipes:
Or go to the BBC Good Food student collection.
It's Pancake Day on Tuesday 16 February!
Let us know how it goes - share your group culinary creations using the #UoYwellbeing hashtag!