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  Subject :Non cooking dinner ideas?
03/13/2012 18:14 
njmom
Joined: 12/13/2010 16:35
Posts: 107
What do you serve for dinner when you don't cook. I know that sounds strange. I mean, easy dinners that you don't need to prepare or cook.

Sometimes I make breakfast for dinner: Eggs, toast, cereal, yogurt.
  Subject :Re:Non cooking dinner ideas?
03/14/2012 18:06 
knaidel
Joined: 03/02/2011 01:36
Posts: 45
Sandwiches. (Even eggs = cooking, in my book! But yes it's definitely on the more easy/casual side)

Tuna salad.

Leftovers (I know, kinda cheating)

Cereal works for me but not DH, it's not a full dinner for him. But if he's out somewhere I'll have that myself and consider it a night off. Doesn't happen often.
  Subject :Re:Non cooking dinner ideas?
03/19/2012 12:27 
AbbyPires
Joined: 12/27/2011 20:17
Posts: 30
PB&J sandwiches. Cna't get much simpler. ;)
  Subject :Re:Non cooking dinner ideas?
03/20/2012 12:26 
rgc
Joined: 02/27/2012 21:57
Posts: 21
Bagels, deli sandwiches, pizza pitas
  Subject :Re:Non cooking dinner ideas?
03/20/2012 22:30 
OvertimeCook
Joined: 09/13/2011 17:02
Posts: 13
This is probably cheating but I am a huge fan of defrosting stuff from my freezer. On Sundays, when I have more time to cook, I usually make a bunch of stuff and freeze it for days when I don't have time/energy/patience/ingredients to cook.
  Subject :Re:Non cooking dinner ideas?
03/21/2012 19:51 
Diet
Joined: 12/19/2010 15:33
Posts: 45
Wraps are the solution. Avocado, tuna, leftovers...
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