Gosh it is hard to get protein without nuts, dairy or eggs. No wonder you're starving!
Dates and sunbutter (it is nut-allergy safe) or just plain sunflower seeds come to mind.
Do you have a bread machine? If so there are some recipes out there for whole grain bread that is dairy free. Then you could have sunbutter and banana sandwiches. Yum. (Or find dairy and egg free bread at the store.)
I think "wholly guacamole" comes in small stay-fresh packs. That would give you some great healthy fats and tortilla chips should doable as an accompaniment.
Maybe some sort of quinoa and bean salad, or tabbouleh, those might be yummy and filling.
How about veggies or chips to dip in hummus? Unless the student allergic to sesame - because hummus does usually have sesame tahini.
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