I thought I could be of assistance here as my husband and I are OTR and these truck stop foods are getting old quick. If you have a microwave, invest in Nissen Chow Mein. They are microwavable (or some bowls and ramen noodles). We prefer the Chow Mein as it has some vegetables in it.
Anyway, one recipient we found that tastes great if you like chicken alfredo is to buy a can of chicken, and alfredo sauce. Cook the noodles according to the package setting aside the seasoning packet. Open and drain the chicken, mix in some alfredo sauce, heat up in microwave and add to the noodles. Add salt and pepper to taste.
This took a matter of minutes to make and was real good.
Also, we are looking at doing the same thing with spaghetti sauce (either the meat sauce or investing in the RoadPro 12 volt frying pan to scramble hamburger meat up in, freezing half a pound for later use).
These are just a couple recipies we are finding that are quick and easy to make in the microwave yet delicious and healthier than truck stop foods/fast foods. Ramen noodles and chow kein noodles are quick and easy to make. You can also buy velveeta cheese packets and throw that into these noodles for a spaghetti-ish macaroni and cheese.