I’ve put together some food storage handouts to help making cooking with food storage EASY! They contain tips, tricks, and food storage recipes to make your life easier. Please, download them and share them with anyone you think can benefit from them.
Getting Started Recipe Cards: Get started today by downloading eight GREAT recipes that will get you using your food storage today!
Cookie Extravaganza: My favorite way to start cooking with food storage is in cookies…because after all, who will turn down a cookie? These recipes are fabulous and easy!
Bread Handout-This handout has a long list of FAQ’s for bread, how to make it, and great recipes!
Breakfast Ideas Handout-Who know all of the benefits of the incredible edible powdered egg?! This handout discusses some great ways to use powdered eggs to make incredible breakfasts for your family. The recipes are easy, delicious, and have a gourmet flare.
Milk Handout-This handout discusses powdered milk and some great ways to use it in your everyday cooking…including MAGIC MIX! Milk Conversion Chart-If you’re like me, you want easy! That is why I developed this milk conversion chart to help make using powdered milk in your recipes easier than ever. It contains a chart that will tell you how much dry powdered milk and water you need to make any cup measurement of milk along with the recipes for making sweetened condensed milk, evaporated milk, and a buttermilk substitute.
Cooking with Kids-Getting your kids in the kitchen is one of the best things…not just to try and get those picky eaters to eat but because of all the learning that goes along with cooking in the kitchen. This handout has helpful tips for cooking with your kids and some very kid friendly recipes to try. Pantry List Here is a great list to get your family’s 3 month supply started! Compare it with what is in your cupboards to see what you should be stocking up on to make ANY recipe!
Pressure Cooker Handout: Click HERE to download this 2 page handout with tips and tricks for your pressure cooker along with a couple recipes to try. I didn’t put general cook times for basic items (like rice, meat, etc.) because you should check your owners manual for those as each pressure cooker can be different.
Teaching Kids to Cook-Lesson One: In this lesson, you’ll learn great ways to teach your child how to follow a recipe and measure ingredients (along with some fun math and science activities to prove both are vital in every day life…just in case you have a child like me, who never thought I would use math or science past school – boy, was I wrong!) Please use what you can from it and target it towards what your child can do at their age level.
Mom’s Survival Guide to the Flu: Get a list of everything you should have on hand when you and/or your family is sick. Good soup recipes and tips for surviving!
I also have a lot of how-to videos for you to watch where you can see the concepts I teach in action, make sure you don’t miss them!