We have a couple of Hormel 'Rev' wraps that we got free to try - they are the breakfast ones, so they can be warmed up and eaten. I made blueberry muffins too, and we have plenty of fresh fruit on hand that can accompany either of these choices.
I'll make some roasted potatoes to be used at breakfast. They can be heated in the microwave in the time it takes to scramble an egg or two. I made sure some bread was sliced, just to save steps if someone wants toast.
I'll make oatmeal if it's requested, and it can be topped with frozen blueberries or fresh fruit and toasted nuts.
There is yogurt that can be sweetened and topped with fruit and granola.
Daughter and I will be in town two days at lunch time, so I will be packing sandwiches, fresh fruit, vegetable sticks and some lemonade or fruit punch.
On the other days, we can warm up supper leftovers, make PBJ or fix something simple like mac and cheese and a salad.
|loaves of sesame topped multigrain bread, fresh from the oven|
M - cheese enchiladas, Mexican rice, green salad
T - fried chicken, mashed potatoes, mixed vegetable stir fry
W - Spam/vegetable fried rice, sliced apples
R - grilled chicken pasta w/garlic, Parmesan, broccoli and carrots, salad
F - leftovers/dinner out/try something new
S - hamburgers on buns, potato salad, apples
S - barbecue chicken pizza, carrot & raisin salad
peanut butter and/or jam on bread
fresh fruit - bananas, apples, strawberries
carrot and celery sticks, cucumber slices
peanuts, almonds and cashews
applesauce cake, if I have time to make it