Month 9: Lunch, Drinks, and Desserts

Shopping List:
     *2 Freeze Dried Chicken. $84.18 OR 52 servings if buying canned
     *1 #10 can Wheat Gluten. $14.99

     *4 cans Cream of Mushroom Soup.  $3.16

Total:  $102.36

Lunch, Drinks, and Desserts:

Peanut Butter and Jam-serves 4
¼ c peanut butter- regular peanut butter
Powdered = 1 c PB powder + ½ c water
4 Tbsp jam = 1 Tbsp jam per person

Bread (Honey Whole Wheat)- makes about 3 loaves, will need to make about twice a week for four people.
***Oven time 1 hr***

3 Tbsp yeast
3 ¼ c warm water
6 Tbsp Powdered Milk
½ c honey
½ c oil
7 c wheat flour (Grind 5 c wheat)
2 c white flour
4 tsp salt
2 Tbsp Wheat Gluten

Dissolve yeast in warm water; add sugar, salt, oil, whole wheat flour, and powder milk. Beat 4 min. Add White flour. Knead until smooth and elastic. Let rise in bowl 15min. Divide into 3 loaves. Preheat oven to lowest setting (about 170) and turn off. Let bread rise in oven 25-30min. Do NOT open oven. Then turn oven on to 375 and bake bread 25-30min. Take bread out and cool on towel or cooling rack.

2 Quarts Juice- makes 8 cups, 2 cups per person
8 c cold water
1 container drink mix

Dissolve drink mix into water. Serve.

Brownies-makes 8×8 pan
***Oven time 1 hr***
1 c shortening
2 c sugar
1 ¼ c wheat flour (Grind 1 c wheat)

2 Tbsp water
4eggs = 10 TBSP “whole egg” powder
+ 10 Tbsp water for eggs
2/3 c baking cocoa
½ tsp baking powder
½ tsp salt
2 Tbsp Hershey’s syrup

Make your “eggs”. Mix shortening, sugar, and vanilla. Add eggs and mix. Add flour, cocoa, baking powder, salt, and vanilla. Mix. Bake 350 degrees until done (25-30min)

Cookies- makes about 1 ½ – 2 dozen
***Oven time 1hr***
1 c shortening
¾ c white sugar
1 tsp water
2 c flour
1 tsp salt
¾ c brown sugar
1 tsp vanilla
2eggs = 5 Tbsp “whole egg” powder
+ 5 Tbsp water for eggs
1 tsp baking soda
1 bag chips

Cream sugars, shortening, vanilla, water and eggs. Add dry ingredients, then chips. Bake 375 degrees for 10-15minutes.

Pudding- Serves 4
1 c dry pudding mix
3 c milk = ¾ c powdered milk
+ 3 c water
Mix, let set, serve.

*I do recommend you attempting to cook some of these meals to make sure your family enjoys them. If you end up adding extra seasonings, just buy an extra bottle when shopping to add to your food storage supply.

DISCLAIMER: I have found these recipes from various sites on the web, different recipe books, and adjusted them that I DO NOT REMEMBER exactly where they came from. I am NOT taking ANY credit for coming up with these on my own. If you DO know where one came from, feel free to post it in the comments below. Thanks!

Food Storage Challenge Introduction
Month #1:  What are #10 cans?
Month #1.5: Storing Bulk Items
Month #2:  Breakfast Recipes
Month #3:  Money Saving Tips
Month #4:  Storage Part 1
Month #4.5:  How to Rotate Food you Don't Like
Month #5: Storage Part 2
Month #6:  Dinner Recipes
Month #7:  H2O
Month #7.5:  Keep Items Fresh
Month #8:  Conversions

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