I've got a 3 month old "Velcro baby" - won't let me put him down for very long - so need ideas for very quick lunches that can be made using not many ingredients and things that are easy to get hold of or that I'm likely to have in the house. My contribution is a tarted up version of the hummous (sp?!) that's in the "Get Started" booklet --which I found very bland until I added some oomph--: Blend together a tin of chickpeas (drain first), two tbsps of fat free yoghurt, a large clove of garlic, two tbsps of lemon juice... for the oomph, also add a pinch of turmeric, two pinches of paprika, a pinch of salt and a sprinkle of black pepper. I have mine with carrot sticks, sliced peppers and 3 sesame ryvitas (HEb). Also tastes good with sliced apple!
I quite often have some cold hard boiled eggs (keep in fridge) and smoked salmon or cold meats with just some veg sticks and gherkins for lunch. I have a big dinner plateful and it's filling and easy to eat without dropping all over yourself if holding a baby.
Otherwise a portion of whatever dinner was the night before may be good if things like cottage pie, pasta etc?