Easily Stored Meals (for a three-month supply)
Here are a bunch of ideas that I've compiled so far:
Granola, pancakes/waffles, french toast, cereal, oatmeal, cream of wheat, hashbrowns, bacon, eggs, muffins, smoothies.
Wraps/sandwiches (PB&J, tuna, chicken salad), fish fillets, chili, Mac-N-Cheese, jambalaya, pizza, easy canned soups (Spaghettios, ravioli, chicken noodle, etc.), lasagna, enchiladas, chicken crescents, spaghetti, burritos, taco soup, beans and rice, soups, chowders, crock-pot chicken, curry chicken, chicken alfredo, shepherd's pie, pot pie, baked potatoes, quesadillas, casseroles, stroganoff.
Various canned/dry/freeze-dried fruits and vegetables to supplement all of the above (bottled peaches, fruit leather, applesauce, canned green beans, etc.). Grow a garden. Fruit trees. Sides and desserts as desired.
All of these items can be made using shelf-stable storage items which can be stored at least three months or more. I personally include freezer items in addition to those on my shelves. All freezer items can be substituted with shelf items if necessary.
Obviously, these meals are all within the realm of my own recipes. I'd love to hear your ideas! Please, help me think outside my own kitchen.
Labels: Three-Month Supply