Hi, my name is Megan.  I’m a busy mom who loves to cook and hopes to be prepared to feed my family as difficult times arise.  My personal project for the last three years has been to test out (emergency) food storage recipes on my family and then to create a way to organize the recipes we’ve liked.  By sharing what I’ve learned I hope to save others the time and work it’s taken me to get to this point.  My goal has been to share delicious meals to save the day if emergency strikes while keeping food storage rotated when times are good!

I’d love to hear from you!  If you have a question or comment you can contact me at myfoodstoragecookbook@hotmail.com.

Happy Prepping!

P.S. — To read the story of what motivated me to get serious about my family’s food storage plan, you can go to  this post.

7 Responses to “About”

  1. xollock September 26, 2011 at 1:00 am #

    What an amazing goal and quest. I’m going to follow your progress! Nonnydeb

  2. ditchingmycomfortzone August 11, 2013 at 11:13 pm #

    I’m so excited to try some of these ideas! I’m so glad that I found this site! 🙂

  3. yosra September 30, 2013 at 11:44 am #

    Great idea and goal. I am so happy to find this blog. I will follow you.

    • Megan September 30, 2013 at 4:23 pm #

      Thanks! Glad you’re following! 🙂

  4. Llinda Bixler November 20, 2014 at 9:44 pm #

    I saw reference to a recipe for Bavarian Cream Sugar in a recipe for Homemade Fruit and Cream Instant Oatmeal. It was part of an article on ldsliving.org,”9 Great-Tasting Survival Meals for Your 72-hour Kit. The instructions say to combine the ingredients for the Bavarian Cream Sugar. I cannot find any such recipe. Would you please direct me to it? I am at a loss… . Oh, and by the way, I love your website and am in the process of putting my own cookbook together. Thank you, Linda Bixler…

    • Megan November 20, 2014 at 11:47 pm #

      Sure, Linda. I’m sorry if it wasn’t clear. You can find the full recipe for Homemade Fruit and Cream Oatmeal here (which also includes the sugar), but the Bavarian sugar consists of the following:

      Bavarian Cream Sugar

      1 1/2 cup sugar

      1 tsp. LorAnn brand “Princess Cake and Cookie Emulsion”

      1/2 tsp. Bavarian Cream LorAnn flavored oil

      This mixture is dried before combining with the recipe. Also, at the bottom of the post you’ll find links for where to buy the above products. Good luck with it and it’s great to have you as a reader!


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