Take a look at this recipe for 6 grain carrot cake breakfast pudding. You make it and dehydrate all of the ingredients. Then store it in jars in the pantry. This is a great way to add long storage dehydrated food to your food storage.
As we build up our food storage pantry with dehydrated meal in a mason jar recipes, we are also looking for recipes that are delicious and our family eager to eat them.
This just one of those recipes… it is a keeper !
My food dehydrator seems to be in constant use… or at least my husband always says so, lol
Making up you own meals in a jar meal mixes is a great way to save money as well, by dehydrating and/or buying bulk ingredients then separating them out in measured amounts in different recipes in mason jars takes time, effort and organizing but once again saving you quite a bit of money.
Plus you can fine tune the meals in a jar recipes due to allergies and your families taste buds….. like a little less cinnamon or a little more cinnamon.
Chef Tess Bakeresse shares this six grain carrot cake breakfast pudding breakfast cereal that doubles as a dessert.
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