Today I’m sharing a peek inside my fridge. Fingerprints from small people and all. The favorites that are always on the Evernote grocery list. Would you like a bite to eat? How about some…
SunButter – Yum! and lots of it (yes, that is 10 lbs tucked in the fridge door for easy access! We truly love it. I have a whole section on Hodgepodge devoted to it, plus a round up of favorite recipes. See, whatever recipe we would use peanut butter for – we just wholesale replace with SunButter. Because it’s safe for ours with peanut, tree nut and egg allergies. Plus, it’s also gluten free!
**Update – Heather asked where we get the large 5 lb. tubs and the answer is Amazon! Sometime they are out but just keep checking! If you purchase through my affiliate link we get a small commission to help pay for more SunButter for the Hodgepodge! SunButter at Amazon.
What else do we have?
Turkey – bacon to pair with a main course for breakfast or supper. Turkey sandwich meat for lunches. Ground turkey – four pounds every two weeks to mix into recipes and use in tacos. (Cook it in the slow cooker as soon as it comes in from the store.)
Tuna salad – for scooping or sandwiching. Egg and mayo free for our crowd!
Yogurt – plain Greek yogurt for topping salad and mixing with fruit, occasionally some Gogurts for handiness and slow cooker yogurt in mason jars.
“Mama can I have a cheese stick?”
Milk – jugs a plenty for growing children and late-night cereal snacks. Plus half & half for afternoon PG Tips tea.
Avocado – always or as often as possible.
Chocolate – syrup for topping ice cream and making chocolate milk plus frequently there is fudge (3 ingredient, microwave version).
…and with your fudge may I serve you some sweet tea? My grandmother, Mama Ann, taught me her no-fail, microwave version. Perfect every time!
Would you like a few more recipes and tips?
- Hodgepodge pantry staples and our basic meal plan
- my allergy-friendly Pinterest board full of great recipes!
- homeschool lunch ideas
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Your turn! Are some of our staples in your fridge? Or what are we missing out on?