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Saturday, August 4, 2012

Menu Plan: Staples Pantry List

Photobucket Guess What Lovelies? The long awaited staples list is finally live and ready for all of you to enjoy! This is a list of what I try to always have in stock for my family. All of my recipes include items from this list. I hope this helps your budgeting and allows your meal planning to be more organized. I also have printable menu plans and shopping lists starting tomorrow for you lovelies. Look for the post bright and early tomorrow morning. I am very excited to share these with you all. The list below is a  six-page printable for you all. Stock up and save. Let me know if you have any questions.

I do not include quantities. This will be different for every family.
Decide what is a good number to have in stock for your family.
Enjoy!

UPDATE: I have included a direct link to the staple list, since you can not see the image file on mobile devices.

https://www.box.com/s/acf6fd01dfb304846389




Want to know how I use all my staples?
You can find recipes in my Let's Eat section and money saving tips below.

Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half
Freezing Your Milk
Living on $14,000 a year
How Does She Q and A
Breakfast and Lunch: Meal Planning and Saving Tips 
Fresh Produce All Month Long  
Save Money at Costco
Weekly Menu Plans + Printable Shopping Lists
Dressing on a Shoestring Budget
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Have a fantastic day Lovelies!
Happy Meal Planning!

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30 comments:

  1. I hope I don't seem ridiculous, but I can't find the link for the staples list. I see the links for all the previous posts but not for the new printable. Please help!! Thanks! -Christy

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    1. I don't see it either.

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  2. Can I tell you how kind it is for you to have shared this stuff? Real, practical, every-day homemaking. It's hard to find, for reals!

    Thanks, again!

    Bobi

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  3. I don't see the link either, but thank you for taking the time to create it.

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    1. I added a direct link now so everyone can view it. Enjoy lovelies!

      https://www.box.com/s/acf6fd01dfb304846389

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  4. I didn't realize this was today today! Looking forward to check back tomorrow for the list! Plan on getting the book previously recommended too! Thank you!

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  5. I can't see the link either. :-( Will try on another computer!

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    1. I think it might have been for mobile devices. I could see the link on my laptop but not my ipod. I added a direct link now so everyone can view it. Enjoy lovelies!

      https://www.box.com/s/acf6fd01dfb304846389

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    2. Thank you! I was trying to view it on my iPhone and iPad so that must have been the problem. :-)

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  6. Enjoyed my visit to your blog so much to read have to return again soon.Stopping by to say Hi from the blog hop. Come visit sometime, tea is cold and no shoes are required. Kathy B. http://www.southernmadeintheshade.blogspot.com new follower

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  7. This is a great list...thank you for sharing! I was excited to see that you have "grits" on your list. I love them so, it's going on mine too!

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  8. Thank you so much for the direct link! You're awesome!

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  9. Such a great list! This will be great to have and adapt for me and my hubs! Thanks!

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  10. Perfect for my Fiance and I when we get married! Awesome!

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  11. I simply got lost in your world. Its like this wonderful, magical,delicious piece of heaven. Hello; I really wish we met12 years ago when I first became a mom. Oh well my favorite domestic diva!!!! I will keep discovering my own domestic bliss. Hugs to you my chica! Someone please get this mom a show on Tlc, oxygen, whatever.... :D

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  12. I absolutely adore your blog. I started many of the same money saving strategies your family uses when my huband was in the Army. Now that he is a civillian we are doing better financially but owe a lot of money from all the PCSing we did and still look for ways to live cheap so we can free ourselves from the debt. I just wanted to stop by and say that I read your blog regularly but don't get the opportunity to comment much because I am a busy homemaking Mama. Keep up the great work!

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  13. We save a lot of money by making our own yogurt its supper easy to make first you will need milk (half a gallon) and 2 T yogurt for your starter and that is it sooooo cheap and you can add sprinkles to it or sugar or fresh fruit.

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  14. Wow I have seen so many lists that have a lot of the stuff I don't need, like if I printed it out I would have to mark off over half of the stuff, but this list it is GOLDEN! Really THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! I am new to your blog, thank goodness to Pinterest I found you....I have been on here for a few, well, hours! I have received such a big boost of motivation. I love your ideas and how well you write them. Please keep up the awesome work, it is people like you that share the things that you do that will help to make this world a better and happier place.

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  15. Hi Danielle I absolutely love following your blog!! I have got so many ideas from it:) But I have a question, how do you store your staples (ex. flour, cereal)? Because I live in the country and sometimes I have some little critters(mice) sneak in on me and destroy a lot!!

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  16. Love your site and blogs. There is recipe online for homemade bisquick that is delicious, and makes delicious pancakes, etc. This would save on prepared mixes. Also, homemade sloppy joes. I cook rice in large batches and freeze. You can then take out and season and add to as needed. Cheaper than rice mixes.

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  17. I love your site! Thanks for sharing your ideas. Just found it today through Pinterest and hope you won't mind if I share a recipe.

    This is a site where you can download The New Missouri Mix from the University of Missouri. It is a very good Bisquick substitute. I got my copy from the extension office where I live and have used it for years. When my mom was young she got a copy from the same place but her copy required lard rather than shortening. :)
    http://extension.missouri.edu/p/GH1055

    Sunshine

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  18. I came across your blog through Pinterest. This is fantastic!!! How very kind to share these amazing tips. Thanks you!

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  19. I had to read your entire list before I could be convinced you hadn't been scoping out my pantry and freezer, LOL.

    It was that last item - grits - that did it. Nope, no grits in my home ~grin~

    Everything else is pretty close to what I've kept on hand for probably the last 35-40 years: the "basics". I might have a bit broader range of herbs and spices, but that's because I cook a little "fancier" now that I don't HAVE to cook 3 meals a day for my family -- day-in/day-out for years.

    Thanks for sharing your blog. I hope it inspires more people to think before they shop and/or cook...just like we old "Mother Earth" types did back in the day (one of the reasons we can now afford to use shallots and truffle oil while living on Social Security)

    Sunny~

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  20. Thank you so much, your blog is an inspiration! I just wanted to add that in our house, we mix all of our own dry seasoning mixes and keep them in mason jars in the pantry (like ranch dressing, italian dressing, taco seasoning, fajita seasoning).. which is healthier and cheaper!

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  21. Have you ever considered making your own bread crumbs/ croutons from your homemade bread?

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  22. Just found your blog. I am totally enthralled with your wisdom. Just wondering how to keep track of your cupboards when you haven't done inventory ever before. I am also a home canner so my storage is stuffed with lots of bottles, from jams, syrups, green beans, tomatoes, salsa, etc. I even have bottle soups. How do you do and keep up with an inventory for so much stuff. Plus my freezer, 21 cf, is stuffed and I have been trying to use up my meat, fruits, veggies so I can start over, but not having much luck. I only buy meat when I find it on sale and portion it, vacuum seal, and freeze it. Plus shelves filled with canned goods and dry goods. HELP, really need to figure all this out so I can start over and follow your plan for once a month shopping. There are only two of us, but the grocery store employees know me by name. Thanks for a wonderful plan. Vickie

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  23. I forgot to put my email address in my comment a little bit ago. My name is Vickie, my address is vickie_ab1@msn.com Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

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