Split pea soup has been a big hit around here, so peas are what I usually get for the dry beans/peas/lentils.
A lot of the fruit gets eaten as is as snacks, veggies get incorporated into meals.
I'm partial to putting salmon in fish tacos.
WIC fish tacos:
1 can salmon
1 head cabbage (fruit/veggie check)
cheese (we're partial to xtra sharp cheddar)
Non-WIC items needed: a bit of salsa, taco mix, or hot sauce, oil
Heat the salmon on the stovetop in a bit of oil, with some hot sauce or taco mix. Shred cabbage and cheese, cut up tomatoes and onions. Put tacos together. Yum.
We have NO problem drinking all the milk or eating the cereal around here. DD thinks the world is ending if there's no cereal at breakfast (though she may eat something else as well). Eggs also disappear at a rapid rate in this house--omelettes with fresh veggies, french toast, or pancakes, the latter slathered with peanut butter (for me at least) with sliced banana on top.
There's not a single WIC item that doesn't get eaten readily in this house, at least until we get to the baby's 6-12 mo. food package. We never had much use for DD's infant cereal and don't expect we will this next time around, either. I recall using some to stretch pancakes; beyond that, I think I wound up donating boxes of it to a food bank because we just weren't going to use it and I didn't want it to go to waste. (I kept thinking we'd find a use for it so I'd get it on the checks). I totally can't stand the texture or smell of baby food, so I'll probably leave it for my partners or child care provider to feed to DS. I guarantee I won't buy a single jar of the stuff that doesn't come for WIC.