zebra, you could do homemade pizzas. I make a pizza dough, divide it up into mini pizzas, put about a 1 tbls of pasta sauce on it, top with whatever (the kids love pineapple and ham, mixed veggies, chicken and broccoli, or chicken & bacon with alfredo sauce), sprinkle a bit of mozzarella on top and bake at 500 deg for about 5 min (until the cheese is as golden/brown as you like it). You can make them ahead of time, wrap in plastic wrap or freezer paper, and freeze - let thaw and bake as normal. The cost for each is only a few dollars (mostly cuz of the cheese), and by switching up the toppings you get a lot of variety.
You can use the same dough recipe to make calzones, hot pockets (ham, cheddar and broccoli are my kids' favs), or runzas (cabbage, ground beef and very little mozza or swiss cheese).
happyhats, if you want to save and divide meats and other foods, you could try canning them. I got a pressure canner/cooker for the holidays this last year - best investment ever. I can everything.
We get meat in bulk (4-6 13-20 lbs chunks) for about $2.50/lbs, so we got a meat grinder and we trim, marinade, smoke or grind, etc. each chunk at a time. I can whatever we don't eat in a few days and we use that for quick meals, lunch-at-work, etc. I do the same with leftover turkey and stock - a handful of turkey, some celery, stock and can it. It makes a great base for soups.
You can also use it for steaming/pressure cooking veggies and rice. Since I can get veggies on sale during the year, I can what we don't use right away and we don't have to pay off-season prices.