Canned beans including black beans, kidney beans, and chickpeas are versatile and high in protein and fiber.
Corn, green beans, and peas are good choices. The nutrients in canned veggies may be added to soups, stews, and casseroles.
Choose water-packed or juiced fruits to reduce sugar. Vitamin-rich canned fruits can be eaten alone or in oatmeal or yogurt.
Pasta and Rice:
Dried pasta and rice are versatile meal bases. Complex carbs fuel them and extend their shelf life.
Canned Tuna or Chicken:
Lean protein may be easily accessed in canned tuna or chicken. Mix them into spaghetti, salads, or sandwiches.
Peanut butter, almond butter, and other nut butters include protein and healthful fats. They may be spread over crackers, toast, or cooked.
Oats are satisfying and nourishing. They give fiber to porridge and baked dishes. Minimal cooking time for instant oats.