25+ great recipes you can whip up with your pantry staples. Keep a well stocked pantry, fridge, and freezer so you can always have a great easy meal.
Having a well stocked pantry and freezer allows you to make a great meal on the fly.
You can whip up something great with some of the staples you keep on hand, instead of calling for take out all the time.
You’ll want to keep things like broth, a well stocked spice rack, dry and canned beans. rice, oatmeal, canned soup, condiments, and pasta in your pantry.
As well, you’ll want to keep a well stocked freezer like frozen chicken, ground meat, frozen vegetables, and frozen fruit. Before heading out to work in the morning, transfer the meat to the fridge so it can safely thaw. Then you’ll be ready to make a great dinner right when you get home.
Be sure to keep up to date with what is in your pantry and freezer so you can add to it when you are running low on things.
Skip the typical bowl of cereal and toast for these great breakfast options using some great pantry staples like oatmeal and frozen fruit.
Be sure to a few packages of chicken in your freezer so you can make tacos, soup, and casseroles any day of the week.
Thaw those chicken breasts or that package of ground turkey in your freezer because these recipes will leave you full and satisfied
I swear, we always have a frozen package of ground beef in our freezer, and I bet you do too.
You can thaw it out and be on your way to a great dinner in no time. Enjoy great meat sauces or burgers
Pasta is a great pantry staple because it has a long shelf life, cooks quickly, and can be used in a wide variety of recipes.
Side Dish Recipes
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Soup is a great way to make great use of things you have in your pantry, fridge, and freezer. Grab some beans, fresh and frozen veggies, pasta, and some broth and you're on your way to make a delicious soup.
Skip the bag of chips and boring pretzels, instead make a great snack right from everything you have right in your house at the moment.
End your day of delicious foods with these great desserts that can be put together with some pantry staples, like flour, sugar, vanilla extract, rice, and condensed milk, and chocolate chips. Yum!