Stockpile Cooking

7cansoup

This week’s recipe is Seven Can “Pantry” Soup by Mackenzie at The Centsible Family that is perfect for using what you have in the pantry to serve a hot meal. Prep time should be about 15 minutes and will cook for 4-8 hours and yield about 8-10 servings. This recipe calls for all stockpile ingredients, and …

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stockpile_recipe_beef_stew_and_rice

This is so easy I can’t believe it took me this long to come up with it! Anytime you can cook from your stockpile you are saving money, and one thing I don’t lack for in my stockpile are canned soups and rice sides.  And this can utilize leftovers also, making it even better! So, here’s …

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beefaroni2

I finally got a picture to go with this recipe, but it’s just of the ingredients.  I didn’t get a chance to take a picture of it finished.  Seriously, Hubs is literally leaning over the oven with a spoon when I pull this out.  This is one of his favorite recipes! Now, I know you can …

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Recipes

Spaghetti is always a money-saving, time-saving, crowd-pleasing dinner! How to stretch your spaghetti to save money: I use jarred spaghetti sauce and I and some or all of the following to it depending on what I have on hand and how big a batch of spaghetti I want. Canned or fresh sliced mushrooms Chopped onion Chopped green bell pepper Canned diced …

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7cansoup

This week’s recipe is Seven Can “Pantry” Soup by Mackenzie at The Centsible Family that is perfect for using what you have in the pantry to serve a hot meal. Prep time should be about 15 minutes and will cook for 4-8 hours and yield about 8-10 servings. Ingredients: 1 can of green beans, drained and rinsed 1 …

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This week’s slow cooker showcase recipe is Corn Chowder by Mackenzie at The Centsible Family that is a New England classic and great for a chilly winter night! I love that it’s a slow cooker recipe and also that it can be considered a stockpile recipe because the ingredients are basic and you probably have them all …

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recipebox

Thanks to MomOnDealz for this great recipe!  It’s chicken and three other stockpile ingredients that you probably have on had right now!  Go throw it all in the crockpot right now and dinner for tonigh is done! Mexican Crockpot Ingredients: 1 package of chicken breasts 2 cans of black beans, rinsed and drained 1 can corn, drained 1 small jar of salsa 1. Lay …

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Laura at A Frugal Chick is sharing this recipe with us today!  I love it because it uses mostly stockpiled ingredients (and when you’re cooking from your stockpile, you are saving money!)  And I love it because it uses your slow cooker (and using your slow cooker saves money too!) Slow-Cooker Chunky Chicken Chili Here are the …

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greenbeans

  When I can get canned green beans for around 33c a can, I stock up.  That seems to be the lowest price I can find.  But canned green beans are pretty bland.  So I asked the question on Facebook a while back, What do you do with your canned green beans?  I got some …

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I have raved about this recipe before that came from Melissa’s Bargain Blog.After all the “Christmas food” we’ve consumed this week, I’m ready for something different!  So this is what I’m toss in the slow cooker for tonight!Chicken Tortilla Soup  3 cans chicken broth3 cans cream of chicken soup3-4 chicken breasts1 can RotelMrs. Dash original …

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I used to consider Chili a “treat” around here because it took so many ingredients to make that it wasn’t a “cheap” recipe.  If we wanted Chili, I’d go to the store and spend $20 on the ingredients to make one pot!But, I don’t think (or shop) like I used to!  Every ingredient in my …

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