Meal plans needed ASAP please help?!

Question: Meal plans needed ASAP please help?
I usually have something small for breakfast if anything and try to have something decent for lunch and my biggest meal is dinner. Breakfast is usually a packet of quaker oatmeal or toast or a carnations breakfast drink. Lunch is a 90 second in the microwave package of rice or sometimes cup-a-soup or a granola bar and fruit cups or apple and banana. once in a while ill have a salad but not often. im not big on sandwiches. The only deli meat i like is turkey or chicken. wraps are ok. the only meat i eat is white meat chicken and turkey, ground beef, fast food burgers, pork chops, and bacon (sometimes) that may seem like most meat to some people and not much to others. I try not to eat a lot of processed or greasy foods.

I pretty much need a meal plan for all the time. Of course i want variety. breakfast and lunch needs to be simple. Im ok for drinks tho, i take Gatorade, water or juice. And have milk at home. I love pasta, salad and pizza


The cheapest and healthest route to go would be setting a side one day a week to prepare things you need for the week. Having things like rice,pasta,boiled eggs ,and potatoes in the fridge cooked and easy to prepare helps a great deal.
Things like frozen waffles,& pancakes are cheaper to buy prepared ...canned proteins such as chicken and tuna.vary your breads.have flour torts,pita and heavy dense breads to make sandwiches.

This is a very simple meal plan. You can fill in your specific items as you go.




Grain bread
Lunch meat




Fruit and cheese

Just fill in the items with different things to vary your meals. For instance one day do oatmeal, the next omelet, the third another kind of cereal, etc. For the salads it can be a tossed salad one time, a macaroni salad another, potato salad, cole slaw, etc. Just vary the items with things you like to eat.

On a day you don't have toast, you can have noodles, rice or potatoes in place of breads for a meal that day.

Hope that helps.

Food: Breakfast, add berries to your oatmeal, and add a banana or apple to go with it.And nuts, too.
For lunch, eat a sandwich with tomatoes, onions, avocados, pickles, and some kind of meat or egg. Prepare and freeze portions of meat every sunday.
For dinner, make pasta with sauce (it's so easy to make pesto if you have a food processor. Get any greens, add nuts, garlic, onion and blend it in your food processor.If the greens are like spinach, boil them for 45 seconds before you blend them.) Add yogurt as a dessert or snack. Eat carrots with hummus midafternoon when you get peckish. Add beans and vegetables to your sandwiches or the pasta. Make homemade pizza toppings.

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