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    What to eat when you don't feel like cooking

    I remember in the old forums there was a great thread on what to eat for dinner when you just can't face cooking, and you don't have, or want, leftovers.

    What are your great ideas?

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    Toast and peanutbutter.

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    Brie (or other cheese), baquette/crackers, good olives

    Pita and hummus

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    Toasted sour dough bread, cheese, and an apple.
    I second Tradd's pita and hummus.
    Cereal, milk, and banana
    Ice cream

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    popcorn, fruit and nuts

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    apple and peanut butter.
    Ciabatta bread with english cheddar cheese toasted.
    a lot of times I pack a broken up crunchy granola bar, cashew nuts, dried cranberries, and some dark chocolate chips when I'm going for a drive.
    Last edited by Float On; 5-18-17 at 11:00am.
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    Keep a supply of hard boiled eggs around. That and a piece of fruit is a good combo. There's always ice cream too...

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    I always keep a supply of prepped, raw vegetables and leafy greens in the fridge. A great salad takes just minutes to put together, and random leftovers can also be added to it.

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    When I had a microwave, I kept frozen burritos on hand.

    Now it's PB&J or cheese tostadas broiled in the oven. And frozen pizzas. I love frozen pizzas.

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    Ice cream out of the carton while leaning against the kitchen counter -- and I wonder why I am over weight?!
    Cold Cereal
    Microwave Popcorn
    Cheese & Crackers
    Peanut Butter/Jelly on crackers

    Float on -- McD french fries are ALWAYS tempting!

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