I like some of those Lipton sidekicks and other rice and noodle packs, but they're filled with a lot of junk ingredients, and a shitload of sodium.
Here's what I'd do. First, get a basic rice cooker, or a combo rice cooker/crock pot. Next, get a big freaking bag of rice(white or brown). Add in frozen peas, corn, and other mixed veggies(canned will work too). Add in some spice blends(look for big tubs of oregano, pepper, thyme, etc). In less than 1 hour, you have a great big pile of rice mix. Now, scramble a dozen eggs, and dump into the rice mix. Put this in empty cottage cheese containers or whatever tupperware you have, but you should have 8-12 containers of rice mix.
Next, I'd slow-cook whatever Pork chops/roasts you have. When done, shred(pull) the pork apart so it resembles barbecue without drowning in sauce. Add the pork into each of the containers. Finally, add a little soy sauce or gravy to the roaster to deglaze the pan. Pour some of this sauce into each container. This should be enough "poor-man's" fried rice to last a week or so.
Look for bags of frozen fruit. Walmart has tons of it for cheap. Buy bags of mixed berries, peaches, etc. Add these into Grow! shakes, and it is incredible.
Skip the noodle packs, as they too are pricey for what they contain. If you have a decent sized freezer, ask the butcher about "last-date" meat discounts. i befriended one of the butchers at Kroger, and he always had a big supply of meat on the last "salable day." I put this in a deep freezer, and it is fine. i was getting 1.25# Black Angus Porterhouse steaks for $4.00, when they are normally $8-10. Using this technique, I bought about $80-100 worth of meat a week for about $50!!! Needless to say, I had a lot of good steaks and roasts. I hope this helps, -Starkdog