This is a Thanksgiving “must have” in our family. My brother-in-law is famous for eating this salad by the bowlful. Continue reading
Freeze Dried Asparagus. I have tried many ways to hydrate and serve to my family. This recipe is by far the best! Actually, this recipe is good enough to make it to my final 19! Continue reading
The spices added to these potatoes really makes a difference. No more standard potatoes every single day! Continue reading
This meal is full of chicken, beans and potatoes, but honestly I have mad it several times without the chicken and it is still good, filling and even easier on my budget. Continue reading
Warm and yummy!
This bread is full of whole wheat flour AND sweet potatoes. This is extraordinary french bread. Continue reading
I love that Dehydrated Sweet Potatoes Dices are peeled and diced for me. It makes meals like this come together in just minutes! Continue reading
Warm bread or bisquist always add to the meal. This variation is easy to assemble and cleanup is a snap. These make ordinary soups turn into “Wow.” Continue reading
With homemade taco shells and canned beans, this meatless meal will fill you up without killing your budget. Great served with rice! Continue reading
You want salad quickly? You don’t need to reach for a box, but a few dry ingredients tossed together will do the trick. Right out of your food storage. Continue reading
The peppers in this egg dish really help it shine! Continue reading
A great way to roll all the flavors of the fall season into on little sandwich. Continue reading
I love making muffins on a cold morning. These warm up my kitchen and little tummies nicely. But getting out of bed extra early to prep them when my bed is so warm is not easy. I make them the night before instead. I follow all directions, pour the batter in the paper liners and everything. BUT I DO NOT BAKE! Instead I cover my metal baking pan with press and seal wrap and place it in the freezer. In the morning I pull out the muffins and set them on top of my oven while I preheat it. Then I bake! They taste fresh and warm. Occasionally a recipe needs an extra 2 minutes or so, but just test for doneness before removing from the oven. Continue reading
This recipe was created to the taste of Benjamin! Cranberries are his favorite!” – Robin Continue reading
Chewy and sweet and easy to assemble. They are great for long trips or short car rides. I make up 2 or 3 batches at a time. I like to wrap them individually to make them more portable, but honestly about 1/2 of a batch is usually gobbled up too fast to wrap. Continue reading
These easy pumpkin squares make a simple, sweet dessert. Continue reading
This easy version serves up quickly from a couple cans and an addition or two. I adapted this from a great recipe from Devon L. Continue reading
Another classic from Karen! This quick meal is easy to satisfy my picky eaters. Continue reading
I actually keep very little “cream of something” soups in my house, but this recipe has kept me buying at least a few every year. This is Karen’s recipe, of course I made just a few changes, but my food storage efforts haven’t altered the taste.
Thanks Karen for another go to meal! Continue reading
This sauce is jam packed with protein and flavor. The ingredients are so basic that it is easy to always have the things I need on hand to make a quick and delicious meal. Continue reading
Powdered Cheese Sauce simplifies the sauce in this warm casserole. If you have cheesy people in your house; you’ve got to try this!
Original Recipe from the Kitchen of Cheryl H. Continue reading