Food Storage Recipes Roundup 10/16/11

It has been a while since I’ve posted a round-up of my favorite pantry recipes from all the great food storage blogs that I follow.  Some of these are from a few weeks back.  If you haven’t seen them yet, I recommend you check them out!

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From Jamie at Thriving Food Storage:

Make these delicious “cookies” in just 5 minutes!

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From Prepared LDS Family:

No need to buy a Costco size carton of fruit / berries to make this Jam!

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From Shandra Deals to Meals:
Pumpkin Pie Breakfast Oatmeal
Like eating dessert for breakfast (only it really is healthy!)

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From Angela at Eat. Spin. Run. Repeat.
Amaranth Krispies

Learn a fun, easy way to use this great grain!

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From Lindsey at Why Just Eat When You Can THRIVE?
Almost Instant Chocolate Cake

2 ingredients, 2 minutes, one delicious cake…

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From Dani at THRIVE-ing Momma

Made with shortening powder!

From Crystal at Everyday Food Storage
Cooked Wheat Cereal

Tired of cold cereal and oatmeal for breakfast, try this!

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From Lisa at Ready 2 Thrive

Seriously?  Brownies and Macroons all rolled into one?  Yes please!

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From Laura at Heavenly Homemakers
Whole Wheat Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

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One comment on “Food Storage Recipes Roundup 10/16/11

  1. When I saw the recipe for the "Peanut Butter Balls" and read "raisins", my brain said "No, wait, those look like chocolate chips, they would be so much better with chocolate chips, why do they have to be raisins?" I was reformulating the recipe in my head, crossing out raisins and ADDING chocolate chips, when I read on. They WERE chocolate chips. (Great minds think alike!)

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