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    This is a recipe you can make from your pantry or food storage. These have the advantage over wheat pancakes in that the grains don't need to be soaked overnight.

    Recipe #437274

    This is a recipe you can make from your pantry or food storage. I used ideas I liked from different recipes and then tweaked to use pantry items. It uses healthier add-ins of grains and vegetables instead of the usual bread crumbs and eggs. It’s also a good “kitchen sink” recipe where you can throw in any vegetable (mushrooms, corn, grated carrots) or grain (rice, soaked wheat) that you fancy.

    Recipe #437268

    Sausage flavored patties made with pantry ingredients.

    Recipe #450378

    This is a recipe that can be made from your pantry or food storage. It's based off of the Chicken a-la-King from Cookin' with Home Storage. I changed many of the amounts as they were abnormally large.

    Recipe #437267

    This is a recipe you can make from your pantry or food storage. It's a simple creamy oatmeal. The recipe is based on the one found on the LDS cans of Quick Oats. I modified the preparation method so dry ingredients can be mixed ahead of time.

    Recipe #437272


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