If I'm feeling really lazy, sliced apples, cheddar cheese and some dried fruit. For a midway lazy meal, I like Trader Joe's pre-cooked chicken sausage(the apple is my favorite). Pop a sweet potato in the toaster oven, put sausages in the toaster oven to heat when the potato is close to done, and throw some frozen broccoli in the microwave. Serve with some Trader Joe's jarred apple sauce, and voila, easy, tasty, healthy dinner.
I'm a huge fan of roasted veggies. Lately I've been cubing yukon gold potatoes (skins on for extra vitamins)and roasting them along side sliced carrots and brussel sprouts in my toaster oven. I toss everything with olive oil and a bit of Kosher salt. Super easy and delish. I serve along side a simple protein, like hamburger patties (I buy 93% lean ground beef in bulk, season, and make patties, which I wrap individually and freeze)or chicken cutlets dredged in cornmeal and sauteed with a bit of olive oil, and, if I'm feeling fancy, some rosemary. If I'm serving chicken, I usually throw a bit of cranberry sauce (homemade or canned) on the plate to add a pop of color and some extra flavor and vitamin C.