Check out Sarah's website. Lots of great ideas there.
Search "Backpacking Pad Thai" on YouTube.
Not sure what you like so I’ll just share what I do. Your hike sounds pretty relaxed so I'd guess you'd be fine with a 2-3k calorie menu.
I start my day heavy on the carbs and load up on protein and fat towards the end of the day. This system (theoretically) gives me my energy for the hike, protein for my recovery, and slow burning fat calories to help me sleep warm. Below is a typical day's menu for me.
Pop tarts and a Carnation breakfast drink (has some maltodextrin) are 550 calories. Maybe add honey bun or something if I want more calories. Low mile days I'll have hot coffee. I'll add instant coffee to my breakfast drink if I need to hit the trail early.
Mid-morning some M&Ms, dehydrated fruit, wheat thins, some kind of maltodextrin drink, etc.
Lunch a couple tortillas and Justin PB packets, Mike and Ikes, beef jerky, almonds, etc
Mid-afternoon more or less like mid-morning but with protein drink/bar and some electrolytes as needed.
Dinner typical hiker chow. Mountain House, mac & cheese (or ramen) w/ pepperoni, something from Trailcooking.com, etc
An hour before bed Little Debbie’s brownie and hot chocolate.
I add some gorp, candy, pro bars, olive oil, etc here and there to add calories as I need them.
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