To have extra food stored in your house in case of an emergency, but
You Don’t Want
To store a bunch of boring, bland food that is difficult to use
THERE WAS A WAY TO MAKE YOUR FAMILY’S FAVORITE MEALS WITH FOOD STORAGE
THERE WAS AN EASY WAY TO LEARN TO MAKE OTHER DELICIOUS RECIPES WITH YOUR FOOD STORAGE.
But you are stuck because
You Don’t Know:
HOW TO COOK WITH FOOD STORAGE
HOW TO CONVERT YOUR FRESH INGREDIENT RECIPES TO SHELF STABLE RECIPES
It’s full of food storage recipes you’ll actually want to eat AND it will teach you how to make your own favorite recipes out of food storage!
My name is Misty Marsh. I’m a busy mom to 4 amazing, crazy kids. I love to cook AND I love food storage. I created the recipes in Simply Delicious Food Storage so my family could continue to eat meals they loved even when using food storage.
Now I’d like to share that those recipes with you!
My goal is to make it simple for your busy family to use food storage regularly, both so you don’t waste it (and the money you spent on it) AND so you can enjoy eating meals made with food storage.
Simply Delicious Food Storage Includes:
6 Breakfast Recipes
- Egg Muffins
- French Toast
- German Pancakes with fruit sauce
- Homemade Oatmeal Packets (aka Copycat Quaker Medleys)
- Pancakes and fruit sauce
6 Dinner Recipes
- Broccoli Quinoa Bake
- Chicken Alfredo
- Chicken Spaghetti
- Pot Pie
7 Soup Recipes (Use for lunch or dinner)
- Asparagus Soup
- Beef and Barley (or quinoa) Soup
- Chicken Noodle Soup
- Enchilada Soup
- Tomato Basil Soup
- Copycat Campbell’s Tomato Soup
4 Side or Salad Recipes
- Chicken Salad
- Mexican Rice
- Refried Beans
- Southwestern Pasta Salad
8 Conversion Charts
Use these charts and tips to convert your own family recipes to shelf stable versions!
- Basic measurements
- Alcohol Substitutions
- Freeze dried meat / cheese
- Freeze dried veggies
- Tomato Powder