This cool desert is easy to assemble. A cookie at the bottom makes a simple but tasty crust. 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 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
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
–From Cheryl H.
Cheryl introduced us to this refreshing salad when we were all living in Miami. Cool and sweet, it’s great as a side dish or a dessert! Her original recipe is below. My shelf-stable changes are in parenthesis. I love that I can make something so fresh tasting out of shelf-stable items. –Mellyn Continue reading
This healthy lunch is about 300 calories and fills me up. I look forward to lunch time every day! Continue reading
Straight from Krysten’s recipe box into my food storage conversion machine and onto our plates! We love this over pasta or rice. Thanks for dinner, Krysten! Continue reading
A family tradition. Grandma’s recipe calls these “Janice S’s.” My hat off to Janice and to Grandma for making these all the time. Continue reading
It’s not just for funerals! We love this easy potato dish any time of the year, but it is a must at Easter.
Original recipe from the kitchen of Karen. Continue reading
These little cakes are easy to assemble and quick to cook. Since they’re small, they heat quickly and make a great “I forgot to pull something out for dinner!” fix. Continue reading
Savory and warm, this saucy casserole is wonderful on a cold day. Continue reading
It takes just a minute to mix this and even less time to eat it. It can be served immediately or refrigerated up to 2 weeks, if you can keep your kids out of it. Any flavor of gelatin powder will work. This is honestly the cheapest and easiest way to make fun flavored yogurt right at home! Continue reading
Christmas time is full of traditions. This is one of our family’s, but the original recipe calls for sour cream. Now that I have a way to make my own yogurt I can substitute with yogurt and make these traditional cookies no matter what my family’s current situation is.
Original recipe from Karen Continue reading
About 10 years ago I purchased a yogurt incubator and I set about trying to make my own yogurt. After a year and a half of trial & error and trial & error, followed by error & error & error, I finally gave it up and decided that homemade yogurt was neither simple, economical or healthy. On all accounts I was wrong! At a food storage class I attended, I tasted Katie’s yogurt and almost fell off my chair! It tasted great, was thick and creamy, and her ingredients totaled about $.60 a quart! Luckily, Katie shared her recipe and technique, and now I will share it with you.