We made this recently and it was so good! The cool thing about it was that it made enough for dinner, breakfast and lunch. It reheats well in a cast iron pan- we don't do microwaves. And did I say how good it was? Better than any beef tacos I've ever had.
We've been eating dinner leftovers for breakfast a lot. I have always objected to the idea of designated "breakfast foods" so it's not hard for me to rebel against that.
Then we also made this the other night - http://www.ordinaryvegetarian.com/2010/05/tibetan-momos-in-darjeeling.html
It was from the same woman's blog with the lentil recipe so I figured it was worth trying. That recipe made 100 momos. It took my partner and I about an hour to do but we had dinner, breakfast and lunch again from 1 hour's work. We just ate them cold the second day, they tasted good cold.
We've also found in the past that just cooking some meat and a vegetable is a good simple way to go.
I like making chicken broth in the crockpot, then putting it in the fridge in jars- I can just pour some into a pot, chop some vegetables like carrots, leeks, zucchini and then add maybe some pieces of chicken or stir in an egg- it barely takes any time at all. If you use a vegetable peeler to slice the vegetables it kinda makes them like noodles if you are skipping grains. Or if you aren't, it only take 10 minutes to boil pasta in the broth. I often feel like soup for breakfast.. maybe I am just weird I don't know.
Smoothies are also very easy. One of our favorites is apple juice, frozen mangos and frozen raspberries. For every cup of mango it's about 6 or 7 raspberries. And about a cup of apple juice.
If anyone has any good smoothie recipes that are simple and include a vegetable I'd be interested in hearing about them :)