how to bake off grid

Prepper food: Bakery
Bakery mixes and ingredients for long term food storage

Baked goods food storage
What foods would you miss most if you're cut off the power
grid? Would it be a warm cup of coffee? Chocolate chip cookies?
Crunchy Tuscan bread? A pizza? Tortillas? A slice of pie? How
good you'll feel in a world off the grid to provide baked breads,
muffins, cookies, cakes and desserts, along with an oven to
bake them in.

If you plan ahead, you can enjoy fresh baked goodness. Bakery
fresh foods offer your family a delicious peace of mind.

How to bake off grid
Your long term food storage depends on variety. How good
you'll feel for having the forethought to provide your family with
boredom from meals by having both prepared mixes available
and the ingredients to create your own baked breads, muffins,
cookies, cakes and desserts, along with an oven to bake them

Long term food storage mixes

  • Augason Farms Buttermilk pancakes: Imagine the
    comfort of being able to make pancake by the batches and
    without eggs! Yummy Augason Farms pancake batter
    requires only water.

  • Augason Farms Chocolate Fudge Brownie Mix: Brownies
    are a delicious addition to the prepper's pantry. Imagine
    being able to serve Augason Farms brownies for a birthday
    in an off-the grid scenario. You will certainly be a survival
    hero serving up these tasty treats!

  • Provident Pantry Ice Cream Sandwiches: Not really an
    ice-cream treat or a traditional baked good, but ice cream
    sandwiches certainly are a fun treat in uncertain times.
    You'll feel a little like an astronaut in uncharted territory.
    Add this item to your pantry just for the fun of it.

  • Augason Farms French Bread Mix #10 can. You're going
    to miss real French bread if you don't know how to make it
    yourself! Even if you know how to make this baked treat,
    pictured at the top of the page, you'll appreciate this
    French Bread Mix to add variety to your long term storage
    food plan.

  • Provident Pantry Bread & Roll Mix #10 can. A comforting
    dinner roll will help restore morale in uncertain times.  Be
    sure to serve the butter powder from Provident Pantry,
    pictured immediate left!

  • Long Term Food Storage Pantry Items to Make Your
    Own Baked Goods
    For your creations in a long-term scenario, you'll need to
    stock the following:

  • Honeyville Farms Powdered butter #10 can. This 2.25
    lbs can is for use in baked goods, including breads,
    cookies, cakes and muffins, as well as for sauces.

  • Provident Pantry Butter Powder #10 can. Provident
    Pantry butter powder, pictured immediate left, re-hydrates
    and spreads smooth, like real butter and because it is real
    butter. Have fun by adding honey, herb or citrus to make
    yummy flavored butters too!Made from real sweat cream
    butter, Provident Pantry Butter Powder will help you add
    flavor for baking too!

Coffee. Remember to plan your survival coffee, hot chocolate
and tea to accompany the delicious and satisfying baked good
you store in your prepper's pantry.

  • Dry-harvest's coffee, pictured right, is blended with
    choice coffee beans grown in the high mountain regions of
    Central and South America. The careful blending and
    roasting process produces a distinctive, full-bodied flavor
    that is unlike other brands. Our coffee is the perfect food
    staple for your food storage.

Other Staples. Your post apocalyptic pastry kitchen won't be
complete without the following essentials:
  • Whole Egg Powder in a #10 can
  • Sugar in a #10 can
  • Cinnamon Sugar in a #10 can
  • Baking Soda in a #10 can
  • Shortening powder in a #10 can
  • Butter powder in a #10 can
  • Pure Vanilla powder in a #10 can

Ovens to Bake off-the-grid
You can bake anything off grid if you have an off grid oven. The
Camp Chef camp oven is not only an oven, but a stove. It can
cook or bake food for up to 5 hours on high heat with just one 1-
pound can of propane.

If you love baked goods, then you'll need an off grid oven for a
long-term, off-the-grid scenario. Here are some ovens to

  • Coleman propane oven. Coleman camping oven fueled by
    propane, pictured at the top of the left page.

  • Coleman camp oven. Just place the oven on top of a
    Coleman two- or three-burner stove, which provides all the
    heat you need to bake your favorite dishes. The oven also
    offers such baking essentials as an adjustable steel bake
    rack and an easy-to-read thermometer.

  • Sun oven. A sun oven will take a little longer, but it's so
    satisfying and fun to cook with the fuel from the sun!\

Happy endings...
Baked goods will provide a sense of normalcy in crisis. Enjoy
your food!

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