Sunday, April 17, 2011

Latest Bulk Buy

 I have officially fallen in love with freeze dried food!  I received my order from Shelf Reliance and I have to say that I have found a new staple for my pantry.  I bought mushrooms, spinach, and celery because these are things that I occasionally use for condensed soups, dips, etc. but I don't use them fast enough to make it economical to buy fresh because they would just go bad on me.  They have a shelf life of about 25 years if unopened and 2 years if opened.  I also bought a huge can of banana chips for the kids.  Mmmmmmm, perfect for traveling!  At regular price they are kinda pricey, but I waited until what I wanted was on sale then bought it.  I am in no way affiliated or benefit from you visiting their site or buying from them.  I am just really satisfied with their products and wanted to spread the joy. 

Here is an amazing spinach dip recipe that I used some of the spinach in.

    • 1 cup mayonnaise
    • 1 (2 ounce) packages Knorr Leek mix (or veg. soup mix, but Leek is waaaay better)
    • 1 cup sour cream
    • 1 (10 ounce) packages spinach, chopped, drained well (or about a cup of the prepared freeze dried spinach, more or less to your taste)
    • round sourdough loaf
  1. Mix first four ingredients well and refrigerate 6 hours.
  2. Create cavity inside french or sour dough bread loaf.
  3. Reserve pieces for dip.
  4. Fill the cavity with Spinach Dip.
  5. Makes 2 cups.



1 comment:

  1. Really cool! I'll have to try that dip recipe too!

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