oooooo!!! me first, me first!!
I say buy online, or local, if available, a whoolllllleeee crud-load of quinoa. calorie-wise, it has everything you need in perfect harmony (fats, proteins, carbs, cals)...tastes yummy with some garlic and olive oil (you may be able to find pre-cooked garlic in the tiny glass jars at the store), add a lil basil, and voila! just reheating and adding the desired spices.
I find the taco bell fire sauces are a lovely concoction to make taco bell food taste much better, but that's just me :-p but I haven't had taco bell since I went vegan (no reason behind that).
premade meals, during the day, before work, probably would be your best bet. I mention quinoa because it's the perfect food, and doesn't have any hormone affect such as soy products.
it does have an acquired taste for plain quinoa, but with salsa, or garlic and olive oil, or any other variety of flavoring, it's really yummy ^_^
breakfast: earth balance margarine, if available, or any other dairy free margarine (soy margarine, etc), with brown sugar and quinoa, is yummmmmmmmm!!! it is divine!
quinoa doesn't lose taste/texture by being fridged, either, hence it's good for that.
other ideas: sloppy joes, alla https://www.veggieboards.com/boards/s...ad.php?t=53334
there are other varieties of sloppy joes recipes, I added my own alteration in response at the bottom of that link. It's also able to be frozen and reheated. can be eaten with or without bread.
I eat pretty frugally...oh...if you've got a food processor or blender, making hummus would be a good idea..it also freezes well, and you'll find recipes here in veggieboards, as well...main ingredients: tahini (sesame paste..may get away with fresh/toasted sesame seeds and olive oil in place of the liquidy aspect of tahini), garbanzo beans (can be bought canned or dry), lemon juice, desired spices....this is good as a dip for veggies or pitas/fresh bread.
The grocers with bakeries should have fresh made bread, so long as it's not asiago or foccaccia, it shouldn't have any dairy...check the labels, but most are vegan friendly. While these breads aren't great for sandwiches, usually, they are great for the hummus ^_^
I'll look online for a site that has food online that can be overnighted, so you don't starve, as well!!!! oh and for cereal...I've found a perfect cereal (even contains B12, and is found in most stores nowadays): Nature's Path Optimum Power organic cereal...it is a big box so it may/may not be hovering around the boxed oatmeal/more healthy/granola cereals. Some granola cereals may be vegan (check for honey, if honey is an issue).
hope this helps!! I'll search some sites as well ^_^
ETA: welcome to VB