Cereals, toast, maybe an egg for breakfast. Lunch was a main meal - meat or fish, potatoes (no pasta or rice) and two veg - we lived in the country and had a big vegetable garden, so there was always plenty. Followed by something sweet - sometimes an apple or fruit pie or tinned fruit with custard. Rarely cream. No ice cream. We didn't have a fridge! In the afternoon, tea and biscuits. Supper (not dinner) was something light - soup, salad in the summer, eggs, a light fish dish or sardines on toast, something like that. Biscuits and cheese if still hungry. Apples, endless apples from our orchard. We ate well! Wartime rationing went on for some things till the '50s, so we grew up with few sweets or sugary things. When rationing finished we all went mad in the sweetshops, of course, and I've never grown out of my love of chocolate. But I never buy tinned fruit!