Looks good to me. Mine is even simpler, but that doesn't restrict my trips... just makes cooking and eating less complicated. Less to worry about and more motivation to go hiking.
All breakfasts = instant oatmeal and coffee. My variety is which flavor of oatmeal.
Don't eat lunch per se, just snack on whatever I pick up at the store and is on sale. Mostly bars (Cliff, Power, Snickers) and jerky. Sometimes some kind of trail mix.
Most Dinners = Mtn House lasagna, spaghetti, or chili mac. I rotate for variety. Occasionally I take Top Ramen, but that is a lot of extra work for me.
I do repackage everything to reduce weight, to include the Mtn House.
When I was a bachelor, at home I ate bacon and eggs everyday for breakfast and a steak or hamburger for dinner, unless I went to McDonald's or Del Taco for dinner.
True story... about 10 years ago when I was dating my wife (who will not eat fast food), we were running late for an event. I asked her if we could just stop at McDonald's for something quick. She agreed. Here is the play-by-play...
Pull car up to Order Window. McDonald's Lady says, "Hi Nick, that will be $4.17.
Wife, "You don't have to order? They already know what you want?"
Me, "umm, yes. 1/4 pounder with cheese combo meal with diet Coke. Medium size. Do you want me to order something for you?"
Wife, "Anywhere else you do not have to order?"
Me, "umm, yes. Del Taco. Do you want me to order something for you?"
Wife, "And what does Del Taco give you?"
Me, "Ultimate Taco, Macho Combo Burrito, and a medium diet cola. Do you want me to order something for you?"
I am now married and life is much more complicated with all the healthy food. Healthy food required a larger refrigerator, larger stove, an oven, a microwave, a dishwasher, double sink, garbage disposal, more trash bags, bigger trash can, utensils, pots and pans, scale, plates, bowls, knives, all kinds of cutting chopping, mixing, and draining stuff, storage containers, more cabinets, herbs and spices, and other stuff that I have no idea as to what these contraptions and concoctions do. Good news is that I do not know how to use all these modern conveniences, have no knowledge of how one would cook this stuff, and am generally not allowed to touch the kitchen stuff. But the even better news is that I no longer have to cook anything, even though I hate green colored foods, vegetables, and stinky fish I am now forced to eat.
It was much easier when I had a tiny fridge, a small BBQ, one fry pan, two plates, two forks, and two steak knives.
Love is blind.