Eating healthily can mean eating the same stuff endlessly. But sometimes you discover something healthy that adds much needed variety. e.g. Lidl sell German rye bread (69p). Germans eat rye bread with meat. I tried some on its own, slightly sour, granular and dry, I thought "That needs some sweetness, moisture and variation in texture". So I tried rye bread a) spread with a chunk of ripe banana, b) little squares of it with slices of apple. Extremely tasty - sweet, sour, variation in texture... Three sheets of rye bread, a sliced apple and a pint of coffee and I'm good to go. You need 50/50 rye/fruit in your mouth. Banana porridge is a staple, but I definitely think that 40% skimmed milk, a very gentle simmer and (crucially) letting the bugger stand for 5-8 minutes. So, mug of oats, mug of skimmed milk, mug and a half of water, chopped ripe banana, bring to boil keeping it moving, simmer for 5 on very low heat, and then let is stand for a while. Letting it stand was a revelation. It transforms itself from a thin, scalding nuisance to almost a banana pudding. Banana walnut is the kit as well. Handful of walnuts (I get them in kg bags from the Asian shops - still not cheap), ripe-ish banana, eat the first bit of banana to create a sticky end (fnaar, fnaar) and then you can lift a walnut with the end of the banana. Walnut/banana combo is the business. Peanuts don't work as well, but they are a quarter of the price, again a kg at a time from the minority shops. Any other healthy options?