We get it.
For most people, the thought of actually eating anything made from food storage makes you want to…well…gag.
But what if we told you it didn’t have to be that way, that you can enjoy your family’s favorites like pizza, nachos, burritos, ice cream, cookies and cake?
The truth is we have unlocked the secrets of cooking with food storage and have hundreds of recipes you and your family will love. That is why we started our new YouTube Channel, Everyday Food Storage to show you just how delicious and easy it is when you know how to use food storage in your family’s favorite recipes.
This lasagna is a total game changer. Never again will you spend tons of money on a store-bought pan of lasagna. Not only is this lasagna the easiest, it's also the tastiest and sure to please even the pickiest eaters! Perfect to make one and freeze one to add to your short-term food storage supply or to have on hand to take to a neighbor.
This insanely delicious ice cream will leave you and your family wanting MORE! Not only is it a flavor you can't get anywhere else, it's a flavor made in heaven! It's all your favorite things combined into one amazing ice cream, made from your food storage in only 5 minutes!!
Learn how to make these delicious Apple-Cinnamon Oatmeal Muffins with easy-to-use food storage items like whole wheat, powdered milk, powdered eggs, and oats. They are perfect for on-the-go breakfasts your kids are sure to love and will fill your house with a mouth-watering aroma!
Your favorite macaroni and cheese but easier! Seriously, this one-bowl microwave macaroni and cheese is so easy your kids could make it. It's deliciously creamy and extremely cheesy. So next time you're looking for a quick meal, instead of eating out just turn to your food storage and whip up some mouth-watering macaroni and cheese in under ten minutes—that's less time than it takes to get fast food!
This great recipe tastes just like the Jamba Juice drink! We actually have this for breakfast many mornings when we are short on time. (What kind of kid turns down a milkshake for breakfast?!)