October 12, 2008

14 Day Emergency Food Storage Menu


Here is the first draft of my 14-Day Emergency Food Storage Menu. I only did 14 days since in an emergency we could repeat the weeks 6 times to equal 3 months. You can click on the picture above to see the spreadsheet, or read below. I am practicing the recipes from "Emergency Food in a Nutshell" by Leslie D. Probert and Lisa L. Harkness. Outstanding book! I'm also looking online to find some more. It's nice to know what I need to store, and since all families are unique, my menu's are too.
14-Day Food Storage Menu
Day 1 –
Breakfast: Oatmeal, homemade bread, apple juice
Lunch: Ravioli’s or Spaghettio’s, crackers, apple juice
Dinner: Quick Chili w/corn, wheat rolls, pears
Dessert: Apple Crisp

Day 2 –
Breakfast: Muffins, peaches, orange juice
Lunch: Canned Soup or stew, crackers, orange juice
Dinner: Pineapple Chicken w/Rice, cornmeal muffins, carrots & peas
Dessert: Oatmeal Cookies

Day 3 –
Breakfast: Pancakes, pears, milk
Lunch: Tuna or Turkey Sandwich, fruit cocktail, water
Dinner: Beef Spaghetti, Bisquick biscuits, jello w/peaches, milk
Dessert: Applesauce Cookies

Day 4 –
Breakfast: Cold cereal, homemade bread, milk
Lunch: PB & Jelly sandwich, applesauce, tang
Dinner: Potatoes w/Spam, green beans, pears, milk
Dessert: Pudding

Day 5 –
Breakfast: Oatmeal, apricots, cranberry juice
Lunch: Mac & cheese, dried fruit snack, cran/rasp. juice
Dinner: BBQ Beef Casserole, yams, fruit cocktail, milk
Dessert: Pumpkin Cookies

Day 6 –
Breakfast: Cold Cereal, homemade bread, milk
Lunch: PB & Jelly sandwich, chips w/salsa, water
Dinner: Chicken Broccoli Twist, homemade bread, jello w/pears, apple juice
Dessert: Chocolate Chip Cookies

Day 7 –
Breakfast: Waffles, mandarin oranges, milk
Lunch: Cup o’noodle soup, granola bar, tang
Dinner: Tuna helper, wheat rolls, applesauce, milk
Dessert: Brownies

Day 8
Breakfast: Oatmeal, homemade bread, apple juice
Lunch: Ravioli’s or Spaghettio’s, crackers, apple juice
Dinner: Chicken Corn Chowder, wheat rolls, green beans, milk
Dessert: Cake w/frosting

Day 9
Breakfast: Muffins, peaches orange juice
Lunch: Canned Soup or stew, crackers, orange juice
Dinner: Chicken noodle salad, homemade bread, carrot & peas, milk
Dessert: Snickerdoodles

Day 10
Breakfast: Pancakes, pears, milk
Lunch: Tuna or Turkey Sandwich, fruit cocktail, water
Dinner: Pasta w/spaghetti sauce, Bisquik biscuits, jello w/pears, grape juice
Dessert: Applesauce cookies

Day 11
Breakfast: Cold cereal, homemade bread, milk
Lunch: PB & Jelly sandwich, applesauce, tang
Dinner: Chicken Pot Pie, cornmeal muffins, peaches, milk
Dessert: Oatmeal cookies

Day 12
Breakfast: Oatmeal, apricots, rasp./cranberry juice
Lunch: Mac & cheese, dried fruit snack, cran/rasp. juice
Dinner: ABC Soup, homemade bread, pears, milk
Dessert: Chocolate Chip Cookies

Day 13
Breakfast: Cold cereal, homemade bread, milk
Lunch: PB & Jelly sandwich, chips w/salsa, rasp./cranberry juice
Dinner: Southwestern Soup, Spanish Rice, fruit cocktail, apple juice
Dessert: Chocolate Chip Cookies

Day 14
Breakfast: Waffles, mandarin oranges, milk
Lunch: Cup o’noodle soup, granola bar, tang
Dinner: Beef Stew w/green beans, wheat rolls, apricots, milk
Dessert: Brownies

5 comments:

  1. AWESOME!!!

    Now if only I had some info on doing all this for apartments!

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  2. these are cool but what happens if you dont have power-gas the time or means to cook some of these items i see homemade breads, roll, muffins and deserts that take time and well an oven. I dont mean to sound judge-mental but if something was to happen in an emergency wouldn't most people be trying to do quick meals and not spend all day baking and stuff

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  3. This is a fairly old post. Take a look at this one
    http://preparedldsfamily.blogspot.com/2011/06/emergency-outdoor-cooking-and-menus-for.html

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  4. Some "breads" like bannok or biscuits, or other "quick breads" can be made fairly easily in a covered cast iron skillet or dutch oven over a low consistent heat over a flame or fire, so no real baking needs to be involved and people can still enjoy the comforts, and how filling, bread can be as part of one's regular diet. :)

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  5. This is such an answer to prayer for me! I don't have to reinvent the wheel to jump in and do it! Thank you so much for your time and effort that helps others be prepared!!!!

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Thanks for your comments and suggestions!

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