This is a simple twist on an old family favorite.
This is a great little something from my mother-in-law. It can be as spicy as you want by just using your favorite type of salsa.
Thanks Karen! Continue reading
This cool desert is easy to assemble. A cookie at the bottom makes a simple but tasty crust. Continue reading
This combination of salty and sweet sure pleases a crowd.
As close to shortbread as you can get without the butter! Of course if I have butter on hand I do indulge myself once in a while and use butter instead of shortening. Continue reading
This recipe came with my husband. Did he carry it around? No, but to have my husband in my life means I must have this recipe. Thanks to my mother-in-law for allowing me the privilege of having both the recipe and my happy hubby!
I haven’t always enjoyed nuts. As a child my siblings taught me to pick the nuts out of things, but once I started truly tasting the nuts I found I actually like them.
I have learned a couple of things about nuts I want to share with you.
#1 Nuts are a good source of protein.
#2 They can easily travel in trail mixes and on their own for snacking.
#3 Store raw nuts in the freezer if you plan on keeping them a long time.
#4 Raw nuts are healthier than roasted nuts.
#5 Sometimes you need a roasted nut anyway. Let’s face it. They are just good!
Broccoli and Cheese, they just go together. Warm and tempting this soup is just calling for a cool evening to be served. Continue reading
These buns can be made from any bread dough recipe. One loaf of bread dough is enough to cover all the filling. Either make up a batch in your bread machine or set aside one loaf worth when baking your families favorite.
My “freeze dried” filling was inspired by a filling made by The Pampered Chef. My thanks to the Chef! Continue reading
Need a quick meal? After making this a few times I realized that I never need to buy “Helper” meals in boxes again. There shelf life is not so long anyway. This Teriyaki
Chicken is so fast and easy and right out of your food storage! What could be better? Continue reading
One of the first freeze dried veggies I ever tried was Broccoli. I loved it so much, I soon found myself owning at least a dozen #10 cans. It easily works in all sorts of casseroles and soups. It can carry a pretty high price, but it frequently goes on sale in bulk orders. Just watch the group sales and deals to find the best price.
This is any easy way to add variety to your rice. Great served along enchiladas, tacos, and the list goes on and on. Continue reading
Although this recipe doesn’t actually call for Salsa “inside” it. I feel it is a must to be served with it. This makes it a winner on our table. The littler mouths can eat it with ketchup if they think my latest version of salsa is too hot and I can still have the spice of salsa on mine! Continue reading
To call this dish “easy” is truly an understatement. Even with the step to hydrate your Freeze Dried Beef. If you want to try this on for flavor without popping a can of precious beef open, just brown a lb. of beef and use instead. Continue reading
This recipe is great to use up left over homemade tortillas. Even if they have gone a little dry, you can use them in this recipe and have great results! Continue reading
This month I pick Salsa to cook with. Now I know that salsa and November probably don’t usually go together, but with my current pregnancy, salsa is one of my favorite ingredients. I thought it would only last for a trimester or so, but it is still so present that my husband is starting to wonder if there are any other condiments in our kitchen.
I hope you enjoy these. They are some of my favorites.
This recipe comes from Trish R. She taught me about many different types of “Food Storage Meals” and this one just shines. Continue reading
This is Karen’s famous recipe, just food storage style! Continue reading