I know right. I must be calculating something wrong, because it seems pretty solid to me.
Here's an example:
6:30am - small serve of sultanas
8:30am - Milkshake (low-fat milk, jam, low-fat yogurt), and medium serve of natural muesli (no milk)
11:30am - Sandwich (multi grain bread) - peanut butter, cabbage, ham slices, tomato. A few crackers with peanut butter
2:00pm - whole apple
2:50pm - small serve of sultanas
5:00pm - few crackers with full cream cheese
7:00pm - Tuna bake (large serve) - (tuna, cheese, tomato, white rice, corn). Bowl of cereal - one weet bix, sprinkles of muesli, topped with low-fat yoghurt (*with low-fat milk) and honey. Glass of low-fat milk.
^ That's an example of a Friday, where I'd have two ball-work sessions. The sultana's are there for quick simple sugars before training. On mon, tues and wed', I'd work-out in the mornings followed by a protein shake. I could maybe have another very slow digest serve of protein just before bed? I've heard that's a technique body builders use to fit in another meal.
But when I calculate a day of meals like that, three quarters through I just stop counting because when I'm not even on to dinner, I'm already lagging at about 1400 cal', where I'm nearly 15, 5'3, 44kg, exercise a hell of a lot, and therefore this means I need a bit over 2000 just for maintenance.
Everything you need, is already inside.