I thought I'd update my pantry challenge, too. I am cleaning out the freezer of convenience foods that I do still buy from time to time, but haven't made in a long while and they are getting to the end of the time where freezer burn will set in if they are not used soon.
To that end, tonight we had garlic butter shrimp (that box from Costco), frozen broccoli (that bag from Costco), and frozen corn on the cob that we froze last summer. We dipped everything in the garlic butter sauce since there was so much of it left after cooking the shrimp. And we had golden kiwis, which thankfully have lasted this long, but definitely needed to be eaten pronto. Breakfast was breakfast burritos, lunch was a no go for me and everyone else had chicken salad sandwiches.
The night before that we did spring rolls, beef mandu, yakisoba, and frozen berries, also all from Costco. Breakfast was homemade biscuits (with alternative baking soda and alternative baking powder that are not sodium based), folded eggs, and cheese. They also had bacon. Lunch for the others was chicken quesadillas.
And then the night before that we did bagel, ham, and cheese sandwiches, potato chips, oranges, and salad. I did send my husband out to get salad fixings because I was tired of the frozen veggies and it is not like we can't buy anything. It was the first day the roads were clear enough to drive and the stores had reopened after a snow drop of a foot. And chips. We had regular chips, but I needed my low sodium Tim's Thins chips. The bagels, ham, and cheese are all from Costco. I keep the ham and bagels on hand in the freezer and we had thawed them out the day before. Well, not the cheese, it was in the fridge. Breakfast was cereal, but I didn't eat it. I did have lunch, which was homemade chicken soup, which the kids had. DH had leftovers.
I don't remember the other days and I didn't write them down, but it was pretty similar. I watched my sodium counts, though, because with a lot of these convenience foods the sodium is high. Except for the day I rubbed everything in the shrimp butter and I felt that. Gotta be more careful.