So most of my trips are weekend 1 or 2 nights in warmer weather. I don't like cooking, boiling water, cleaning pots, cleaning a spork, using a knife, or assembling or cutting food. I do it but I keep thinking why bother? I eat good food when I'm at home, when I am on the trail I just kind of want to fuel my body with as little trouble as possible. I already do super simple meals for breakfast and so-so at lunch but then to get any variety I will do a stove meal for dinner, usually ramen and spam or something easy.
Problem is I don't have a lot of ideas for super simple food, stuff you just take out and eat with your hands. If I could find more of this stuff I would just leave the pot, pot lid, stove, windscreen, fuel, mug, spork and all the associated fuss at home.
For breakfast I will eat Pop Tarts, gorp, granola bars.
For lunches I am thinking about Smuckers Uncrustables (pre-made PB&J sandwiches) and a bag of fritos or something.
For dinners I don't have a lot of ideas besides more PB&J sandwiches and snacky foods.
For snacks I carry bananas, apples, more gorp or nuts, power bars, pre-wrapped cheese, raisins in a box, chocolate, that's about the extent of my creativity there.
Any ideas? If I could just add a little more variety I would be happy.