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Food Storage Recipe Monday

Posted by imawheatwatcher on June 13, 2011

I thought that it would be a great use of this blog to post food storage friendly recipes every Monday. I have gotten several comments that people would LOVE more recipes. If you have a recipe that you love and would like to share, please email it to me!

Make Ahead Milk Shake

3-1/2 cups milk (1/2 C. + 2- 1/2 T. Dry Powdered Milk + 3-1/2 C. Water)
1 pkg. (4-serving size) Vanilla Instant Pudding (can be sugar-free)
1 medium ripe banana, cut into chunks
1/2 cup strawberries (can be defrosted frozen strawberries)

Place all ingredients in blender and blend for 1 minute. Refridgerate until ready to serve.

Recipe from Chrystal Godfrey


One Response to “Food Storage Recipe Monday”

  1. My best preparedness recipe is for Survival Bread–no oil so it lasts, and lasts, and lasts.
    Survival Bread

    2 cups oats
    2 1/2 cups powdered milk
    1 cup sugar
    3 Tbl honey
    3 Tbl water
    1 pkg. lemon or orange Jell-O (3oz)

    Combine oats, powdered milk and sugar. In a medium pan, mix water, Jell-O and honey. Bring to a boil. Add dry ingredients. Mix well. (If the dough is too dry, add a small amount of water a teaspoon at a time.) Shape dough into a loaf. (About the size of a brick.) Place on cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes. Cool. Wrap in aluminum foil to store. This bread will keep indefinitely and each loaf is the daily nutrients for one adult.

    I put in more water and make small loaves in a mini loaf form with several loaf wells.

    Yes, it does get hard, but it has a bunch of nutrition in hard times and is cheaper than those commercial protein bars that have expiration dates. I gave the tasters to a ward presentation I made on Emergency Preparedness. Even the men thought it was OK.

    Shari Nevitt

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