Best Answer: cereal with alternative milk.
peanut butter and jelly sandwiches(jams and jellies are made with pectin, NOT gelatin.)
pasta with meatless sauce and beans.
a tossed salad with beans, nuts and seeds and an oil and vinegar dressing.
grilled veggie sandwiches using a nice ripe avocado for a bread spread.
meatless chili, using ANY chili recipe and put in extra beans.
baked potato with salsa or chili beans poured over it.
Beans and rice, with peppers, onions, tomatoes, and seasoned how ever you desire.
You, youngsters, have it so much easier than back in the day when I went vegan.
The number of ready-made prepared dishes have increased by ... I don't know.... 10X
First, check out the frozen food aisle. We have Amy's and Annies, and Linda McCartney Foods. Not to mention Tofurkey, Filed Grains, Boca, Gardein, Kashi's.... Even Trader Joe's and Whole Foods have some of their own labels and versions.
But best of all, you Mellinials have YouTube. Have you seen the channel called "Cheap Lazy Vegan"? She makes weekly meal plans in an hour for $20!!