12 Quick and Easy Emergency Preparedness Recipes

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There’s been lots of talk going around about viruses and preparing for worst case scenarios. There’s a saying that goes: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. We think those are really smart words. The key to making food in an emergency is using really simple and cheap ingredients, but who says you can’t make good food while doing that? Check out these emergency preparedness recipes and ideas!


1. Healthy Baked Banana Berry Oatmeal

Baked Banana Berry Oatmeal - easy, healthy, and delicious, making it a perfect dish for meal prep and busy families! #bakedoatmeal #healthyoatmeal #blueberryoatmeal #healthybreakfast #oatmeal

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There are lots of great things about this recipe when thinking through from an emergency food situation. Starting out it’s super healthy and has a lot of energy. Secondly the ingredients are cheap, and the blueberries you can keep in your freezer. Thirdly the ingredients are super cheap and last long in storage!

Check it out here.

2. Easy Cheesy Taco Pasta

Cheesy Taco Pasta - Dinner, then Dessert

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Oh my lawd, ain’t this the greatest idea since sliced bread! Combine Cheese + taco + pasta into one big great meal. Additionally it’s cheap, easy and quick to make. Absolutely perfect!

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3. Super Easy Mexican Rice

Easy Mexican Rice

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If you had to live as cheaply as possible for 6 months on just rice, this is how we would do it! It’s incredibly easy to make, super cheap and super good.

Check it out here.

4. Oatmeal Pie

Easy Oatmeal Pie

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If you’re stuck at home in a quarantine with only oatmeal, some sugar and a few other ingredients at your disposal and the lust for dessert arises, then try out this great Oatmeal Pie recipe! Cheap and easy, but guaranteed satisfaction.

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5. Instant Pot Oatmeal With Chocolate

Instant Pot Oatmeal with Chocolate _ Recipes From A Pantry

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Stocking up on chocolate is – as you know – never a bad idea. It’s definitively not a bad idea if you have to stay at home for god knows how long because of some pandemic ravishing the country! Put it to good use with creative twist on normal oatmeal.

Check it out here.

6. Instant Pot Steel Cut Oats

Instant Pot Steel Cut Oats

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Honestly, there’s nothing that beats good old oatmeal with some butter and cinnamon. It’s also very cheap to make and the ingredients last a long time! Not a bad meal to stock up on, whether you make it for breakfast, dinner or supper!

Check it out here.

7. One Pot Cheesy Chicken Broccoli & Rice

One Pot Cheesy Chicken Broccoli & Rice

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Buying a one pot (if you don’t have one already) is really the way to go if you’re going to make a lot of cheap food at home in an emergency. Just throw it all in there and let it sit for a while, could it be any easier? This is of course a delicious recipe as well!

Check it out here.

8. 1 Pot Cheesy Chicken Rice & Broccoli

One Pot Cheesy Chicken Rice and Broccoli

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Talk about a straightforward recipe. Again, just throw it all in there and let it simmer for a while. With carbohydrates from the rice, protein from the chicken and vitamins + minerals from the vegetables this is a true winner when it comes to emergency food!

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9. Protein-Packed Black Bean and Lentil Soup

Protein Black Bean and Lentil Soup

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You can’t go wrong with beans and lentils when it comes to emergency food. They’re crazy cheap, but when prepared the right way; also crazy good. This soup is sure to pack a punch when it comes to protein, a vital ingredient to rocking an emergency situation with complete calmness. Even Arnold Schwarzenegger would approve of this recipe!

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10. The Best Easy Slow Cooker Beef Stew

Slow Cooker Beef Stew

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A good old stew has given people vital nutrition for thousands of years and probably will for several thousand more. It’s as basic as it gets, but boy is it good! Of course, perfect for a situation where you can’t buy anything you’d like from the supermarket down the street!

Check it out here.

11. Slow Cooker Three Bean Chili

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That looks absolutely delicious and nutritious! Plus it’s super cheap to make. Beans truly are an incredible source of the stuff your body needs in an emergency and they’re so easy to store long term. Definitively build up a bit of a storage of these.

Check it out here.

12. Southwest Beef & Rice Skillet

Southwest Beef and Rice Skillet - Savory Tooth

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It’s always good to stock up on a bit of meat in your freezer for that quality protein! Make the most of it with this beef & rice skillet! It’s also a very versatile recipe, mix & match with whatever ingredients you have laying around the house!

Check it out here.


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