I can relate to not wanting to cook. I'd say if it weren't for getting IBS and wanting to lose weight I'd still probably be eating out of prepackaged garbage. But you kind of have to put in some effort when primal/paleo is concerned. It's just really hard to adjust from doing little to no cooking and just reaching into a cupboard to eat what you want to almost everything being prepared at home and from scratch. I'm still struggling.
Still I'd like to make it as easy as possible for myself (or at least until I finally have the time, money resources and drive to do something bigger.) That being said I'd say stick with recipes with 5 ingredients max. That to me seems the least daunting. From what I understand for each meal you only need a protein, a carb and a fat. So that's three right there which leaves the other two for seasoning and things of that nature. Hehe hopefully this makes sense. Also picking recipes that require more assembling than cooking can make things feel easier. Salads are a good example of that. I like things I can just put together without having to wait to cook or break out a bunch of paraphernalia. (Obviously keeping around healthy finger foods like almonds, snack-cut/size veggies and fruits are good.) You may also want to consider recipes that involve more spices than anything else. It's not too bad to sit and measure out some spices or herbs than to prepare a bunch of veggies and meat. However I still think it's a good idea to take a day or the night before to pre-plan and make meals for the coming day/week.
One of my favorite blogs is Jules' The Stone Soup ( stonesoup — 5 ingredient recipes )
While a lot of her recipes are not primal/paleo (she uses a TON of chickpeas) there are some that are primal/paleo friendly or that can be tweaked. She does sometimes give options for recipes, like if a person has intolerances or can't get hold of a certain ingredient.
I'm nowhere near being mostly primal/paleo but I'm only just now trying to get a sense of what sorts of recipes I want to deal with.
Hope this helps.
1st Start: 8.25.12
SW: 151 CW: 147 GW: -150