Meal Kit Monday
Let us make your meal-times easier! Forget those expensive meal subscription services and pre-order your $15 meal kit from our Wellness Kitchen on select Mondays.
Each four-serving meal kit includes a recipe card and pre-portioned ingredients, everything you need to quickly whip up a delicious dinner.
Order your meal kit then simply pick up in the Wellness Kitchen at the Recreation & Wellness Center on East Campus anytime between 4:30-5:30 pm.
Contact Marissa Pakiz at email@example.com with any questions.
The Wellness Kitchen is a great environment to cook, learn, and expand your culinary skills.
These monthly interactive cooking classes allow you to hone your inner chef and connect with others on campus. Each month we will explore a new topic and prepare recipes in the RWC Wellness Kitchen.
Cost for each class is $10.00 per person.
Request a Class
Looking for a fun party or group activity? Try a private instructional cooking class!
We provide the ingredients, recipes, equipment, and clean up. Select a theme and menu option from our options below.
Each class is led by a member of our team to assist and educate every step of the way. Each person will be involved in the cooking process and have a meal to enjoy at the end of class.
Cost for each class is $25.00 per person.
- Eat on the run + survive on "hit-or-miss" meals?
- Feel chronically fatigued or routinely lack energy to train at your best?
- Constantly cope with a stressful lifestyle?
- Desire tips for sports nutrition + meals/snacks for pre-/post-workouts
Follow along with our Wellness staff as we present on current wellness topics.Read Blog Post Below
Watch as our Wellness staff prepare nutritious snacks and dishes.Choose a Video Below
Meal Kit Monday
Request A Class
Looking for a party or group activity? Try an instructional cooking class. We offer a wide variety of classes from cooking for heart health to cooking on a budget. Each person will be involved in the cooking process and everyone will take a meal home at the end of class. View the classes we offer in the list below.Click to Request a Class
Rent the Wellness Kitchen for your next party, team building activity, or staff meeting. Kitchen Rentals include access to all kitchen supplies and equipment including 2 ovens, gas stovetop, instant pots, blenders, a microwave, and much more! Rent the kitchen for a $50 flat fee + $14 per hour.Click to Request a Kitchen Rental
Meet with our Registered Dietitian for individual nutrition counseling regarding any of the following topics. Our Registered Dietitian practices a holistic, non-diet approach to help you reach your health and wellness goals in a balanced and sustainable way.
- General healthy eating
- Dieting/Disordered Eating Behaviors
- Meal planning/grocery shopping
- Pre/post workout nutrition
- Disease Management
- Heart health
- Celiac Disease
- Food allergies/intolerances
For questions regarding the sign-up process, please contact our Wellness staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-472-3410.
With the nutrition starter package you will:
With the nutrition booster package you will:
Food Insecurity on College Campuses - July 17, 2020Food Insecurity on College Campuses by Carly Hillburn, Dietetic Intern, UNL Wellness Team
Benefits of Beets - May 22, 2020Blog: beets by UNL Wellness Team
How to Eat for Better Sleep - May 15, 2020How to Eat for Better Sleep by Hannah Thompson, Dietetic Intern, UNL Wellness Team
Spice Up Your Life - May 1, 2020Spice Up Your Life by Lauryn Bille, Dietetic Intern, UNL Wellness Team
Setting Value Based Goals to Fit Your Lifestyle - April 24, 2020Setting Value-Based Goals to Fit Your Lifestyle by Hannah Thompson, Dietetic Intern, UNL Wellness Team
Chia Seeds for Fiber, Protein, and Omega-3 Fatty Acids - April 17, 2020Chia Seeds for Fiber, Protein and Omega-3 Fatty Acids by UNL Wellness Team
Portion Check - April 10, 2020Sean | Portion Check by UNL Wellness Team
A Complete List of Your Pantry & Freezer Staples - April 3, 2020blog post pantry by UNL Wellness Team
The Wellness Kitchen at Campus Recreation is committed to following all COVID guidelines as outlined by the university.
Face masks will be required within the space at all times and food will be taken to-go in provided containers to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
We will also work to limit shared utensils, equipment, and ingredients as much as possible.
Thank you for your cooperation.