Food Storage Recipes

Kim on February 4th, 2013

Whole wheat is considered by many, myself included, to be an ideal emergency food storage item because of its nutritional content and long shelf life (30+ years). But eating nothing but whole wheat for a whole year doesn’t sound appealing or healthy, for that matter. You need some variety – something to spice up the […]

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Kim on February 25th, 2011

You may have noticed…I’m a big fan of breakfast.  This recipe is one of my favorites because I can mix it up anytime and the batter will last up to 6 weeks in the refrigerator, yielding hot healthy muffins even on hectic school mornings. It’s a great use of the buttermilk powder in my food storage too.  I […]

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Kim on February 11th, 2011

Hopefully you’ve stocked cocoa powder in your food storage, because like many products, cocoa has risen in price significantly. It’s up 300% from last year!! Fluctuating commodity prices make a strong argument for a well-stocked food storage supply. (Watch for more information on what to stock up on this month in my upcoming posts.) Here is a […]

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Kim on January 24th, 2011

Better fitness is one of my goals for the new year, so I was excited to find this yummy recipe in Shape Magazine for low-cal, high protein, whole grain pancakes. I think it’s a great way to use oats from food storage!  No need to grind the oats into flour. Just use a blender or food […]

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Kim on November 21st, 2010

Technically, these aren’t really “recipes,” per se.  And one of them doesn’t even include true “food storage” ingredients…unless you consider M & M’s food storage (which I do. They store for years in the freezer). I do however think you may enjoy these fun Thanksgiving ideas, so I wanted to share them. Try making “Blessing […]

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