I do have a handful of "lazy day" meals that I make that aren't entirely premade. Spaghetti is one of those. I was raised on homemade spaghetti sauce, so I've never been completely comfortable just opening a jar without doing anything to it.
So I usually brown a pound of ground turkey with diced onion and crushed garlic (I crush it with the flat of a big chef's knife and then coursely chop it before dumping it in). Then I add the sauce (my current favorite the classico tomato & basil), and sometimes I also add more herbs (oregano, basil, thyme). All served over warm spaghetti noodles.
Tonight though, it was with premade meatballs that we had in the freezer, that I only bought because I had been recovering from the stomach flu and didn't want to do much for dinner and Erin wanted meatballs with her spaghetti. I also buttered some bread and sprinkled with garlic powder and toasted it in the toaster oven. I was going to have green beans too, but I'm tired and forgot until we were mostly done already.