We're usually pretty healthy here, always home cooked meals every night, lots of fruits and veggies, limited candy/junk food. But we've been having a hard time getting on track since the start of the school year and hockey season. Hockey is hard because we never get home until after 6 pm, and then it's trying to get supper on, get the kids bathed, Adrian's reading/homework and then off to bed. Anyhow, this is normally how I eat, and granted, there has been a lot of snacks/junk food that comes and goes so I'm not writing that all down, lol.
Breakfast: around 7 am, either a bowl of cereal, whole wheat oatmeal or a bagel w/cream cheese; fruit, either blackberries, strawberries, blueberries or apples and peanut butter; if I feel it's not enough I have yogurt (so far loving Greek yogurt sweetened with strawberries).
Snack: around 10 am, usually whatever I find that I want. Nuts, string cheese, granola bar, mandarin orange
Lunch: around 11:30 or 12, depending on when DH gets home for lunch. Differs, sometimes fried eggs on toast, salad (spring mix w/ parmesan garlic dressing, chicken and craisins), or a sandwich.
Snack: same as the 10 am snacks, usually around 2:30, and then I'm always starving again at around 4, and if we're at hockey I always buy a piece of banana bread from the concession.
Supper: around 5 on normal nights, and as soon as we get home on hockey nights. I usually cook, and when we were in our routine, I had the nights planned on the calendar of what to make. Roast chicken, chicken breasts in mushroom soup, homemade nachos, pork chops (seasoned, sweet and sour, or mushroom soup), roasts, sausages, turkey loaf, chilis, stews. And a lot of hockey night fast meals, hamburger helper (sometimes with ground turkey/chicken instead), soup and sandwiches, hot dogs.
Snack: Usually around 8. Usually it's air popped popcorn with butter, although I've tried it when my aunt made it with peanut oil and it tasted like buttered popcorn, so I'm going to have to try that.
I'm hoping that we can get back into that routine, lately it's been a lot of fast food, or buying from the deli's at the grocery stores.