Are you having a hard time finding the BEST food storage recipes for your family? Well, it’s probably because you’ve been looking in the wrong place. Pinterest, Google, Facebook, recipe books… those are all the wrong places.
I bet you’re asking yourself… “If I’m not going to find the best recipes on Pinterest, then where will I find them?”
What are the BEST recipes for food storage?
The recipes you use in your home!
Yep! The BEST place to find food storage recipes is in your own home. Your meal planner, your families feed back.
So, how do you find the best recipes in your home?
First, you can guarantee your family will eat your food storage.
Second, when you use the meals you make now it’ll make it easier to cook with your food storage. Why? Because you’ll only be adding in a few more shelf-stable ingredients (dehydrated, powdered, canned, freeze-dried) and making that meal will be much easier instead of reinventing the wheel by making new recipes from scratch.
Third, it’s picky-eater approved.
How to find the BEST food storage Recipes
So, which recipes are you using now, best for your food storage?
1. Look at your meal plan
For instance, if you meal plan and see which meals were family favorites. Which meals did your family LOVE? What meals had leftovers… and you actually ate the leftovers? Which meals do you see popping into your monthly plan frequently?
These meals you’re thinking of are key recipes for your food storage.
2. Look through your recipe book/binder
However, if you don’t meal plan, then flip through your favorite recipe books and binder. Which recipes did you enjoy making? What meals do your family love? Which meals use more frugal, filling ingredients?
These meals are great to use for your recipes.
3. Ask your picky eaters what they like
Which meals do your picky eaters LOVE your making? Which meals do they keep asking you to make? For me, our kids LOVE calzones.
Figure out which meals they love, and make those key recipes in your food storage.
As you can see, the best recipes for food storage are right under your nose. They are the recipes you are already eating, making, using NOW.
All you have to do is convert the fresh ingredients in your recipes to shelf-stable ingredients for long term recipes. If you’re interested in learning more about that, check out my Food Storage Master Class where I teach you exactly how to do just that.
What are your family’s favorite recipes?
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