Five points to Ravenclaw if you got that reference!*
Today I'd like to share with you guys a run-down of the items I typically keep on hand in my pantry/fridge. My typical groceries. I find I'm always very interested in this sort of thing when perusing other blogs/cookbooks - it's good to get an idea of ingredient staples so mealtimes don't become such guesswork, and more of a combining of favorites. And of course so I always have items on hand to make yummy goodies!
Nut Butters, always plural (Please don't fall over from shock)
Organic Publix applesauce, unsweetened
Almonds or other nuts
Pasta & pasta sauce (gluten free; good for a quick dinner)
Brown rice/quinoa/sweet potatoes
Vitamins (C and D) & probiotic capsules
Canned beans (garbanzo, black beans)
Organic honey, preferably raw
Canned soup for another quick dinner option (Amy's or Wolfgang Puck's)
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My tea collection
Cereal (Whole O's, Honey Rice Puffins)
Spices (Cinnamon's my fave!)
Himalayan Pink Salt
Baking soda/powder, cocoa powder
Chocolate chips :)
Almond milk, unsweetened
Greens, greens, greens (spinach, salad mix, kale, swiss chard)
Any fruits or veggies that are on sale/in season/catch my eyes
Hummus (usually Sabra classic, occasionally I make my own)
Earth Balance vegan butter spread
Firm tofu, tofu noodles
Apple Cider Vinegar
And that's the basics, folks. Soon I'll put up a post about my typical day-to-day eats so you can get an idea of just what I make out of all these goodies! I tend to repeat meals a lot once I find something I like, but it is neat how many different things I can make out of that (relatively) short list above.
What are some of your pantry must-haves?
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