Quick oats with Nido dried whole milk, peanut butter on the side, butter flavoring, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice (add the spices of your favorite cookie flavors), dried fruit, sweetener, and hot chocolate mix. Add cold water a let it soak for a few minutes.
Instant spuds with bacon bits (pork or turkey), low sodium chicken broth, Nido brand dry milk, butter flavoring, onion powder, garlic powder, curry powder, pulverized dried bean flakes(slightly chewy). Be careful of the pork bacon grease escaping from its container.
I take jerky and 4-5 different, non-sweet trail mixes and eat a few spoonfuls of each one at every meal, followed with a fruity one for dessert.
Push the cheese log into the middle of the half empty peanut butter jar. Those jars seal well enough to keep the grease out of your pack. Eaten with a spoon, sharp cheddar and PB is good.
Use a banana chip to dip peanut butter.
Consider your refrigerator's temperature (low 50s) and the outside temperature of where you are going. Pack accordingly. Stoveless does include eating cold food that you might normally heat at home. I've carried leftovers like pasta salad, or cooked rice and veggies, etc. on Spring and Fall trips.
Take fresh food for the first night.
I've gone stoveless for 400 miles last year and 750 miles this year. I do carry one for snowy conditions.