Another classic from Karen! This quick meal is easy to satisfy my picky eaters. Continue reading
Pizza is just one of those things…it’s hearty and just naughty enough to be really satisfying. Our family loves to make mini pizzas, and I keep the ingredients on hand, so if it’s been a crazy day and we’re all craving something yummy — pizza it is! –Mellyn
I love dry tortellini! It keeps my diet varied and my kids happy. Even when I am cooking with food storage. Continue reading
When I open a can of freeze dried vegetables I like to use them within about 3-6 months — just because they look best and taste best in this time frame. This recipe is an awesome way to make dinner and help use whatever is left of the freeze dried veggies in the house. Talk about win-win! Continue reading
This recipe could be made out of fresh veggies right out of your garden, but they taste just as good from veggies right out of a can. I have made them both ways and they look and taste so close I never hesitate to make the canned version. Continue reading
The smell of warm garlic bread is one of life’s beautiful treasures. Our family simply can’t get enough of these!–Mellyn
For years I used a different dough for my pizza pockets. It called for shortening, eggs and a double rise. When my oldest daughter began cooking, she started substituting this french bread for our usual pizza dough. Not only is it more food storage friendly, but it also takes less time to prepare!
When this was one of my 19 meals, I stored the pepperoni for it in my freezer, along with as much mozzarella cheese as I could manage. Aside from filling my food storage requirement, it meant we were ready for a party at any given moment! Recently, however, I’ve been simplifying my 19. I realized that the pepperoni and cheese don’t add a lot of nutrition, but they sure did add cost and take up a lot of freezer space. Now for my 19, I store breadsticks and sauce –which I’ll post tomorrow! But we still LOVE these pizza pockets!–Mellyn