Oh, I forgot: courses that fulfill gen ed requirements are usually easy, too.
Just make sure you consider the subjects you like and are good at AND the kind of work you consider easy. Intro to Philosophy is easy, but it's a lot of reading and writing responses to what you read, which can be a pain if you don't like that kind of thing no matter how easy it is to BS your way through it. If you'd prefer listening to lectures and getting graded mainly on multiple-choice tests, you might go for one of the science courses for non-majors.
Looked like some of those courses on the list above are lecture, discussion, and film-viewing courses, which might have a couple two-page essays or something--doesn't get any easier than that.