Pantry Staples

What ingredients do you keep on hand in your kitchen?  This question is asked a lot on the cooking message board that I frequent.  So, I thought I would go ahead and leave my list here for people to reference.

Freezer staples:

boneless skinless chicken breasts

ground beef

hot and sweet Italian, kielbasa, and breakfast sausage

bacon (separated into bundles of 4 pieces)

veggies (stir-fry mix, corn, green beans, peas, broccoli, etc…)

fruit (blueberries, strawberries, mixed berries)

juice concentrates (lemonade, orange juice, limeade)

whipped topping

homemade waffles

pizza dough

Fridge:

skim milk

eggs

butter

sour cream

fresh produce (lettuce, carrots, celery, bell peppers, apples, citrus fruits, etc…)

coffee and creamer

lots of cheese, assorted kinds

cream cheese

ricotta

crescent rolls

olives, pickles

ketchup, mayo, mustards, worcestershire, hot sauce, soy sauce, salad dressing, jam/jelly, other condiments

lunchmeat

beer and soda

Shelf/Pantry:

dry pasta, multiple shapes and sizes

garlic

onions

potatoes

crackers

rice

corn meal

tortillas

breadcrumbs

bread

canned and dry beans

canned tomato products (paste, sauce, diced, etc…)

chicken, beef, and veggie broth/stock

tuna

canned fruits and veggies

applesauce

salsa

cans of olives, mushrooms, green chilies

cream of ____ soups

bottles of juice (cranberry, pineapple, tomato…)

granola bars

cereals

croutons

peanut butter

hot chocolate mix

vinegars (red & white wine, rice, balsamic, white, apple cider, etc…)

oil (EVOO, canola, vegetable, olive, sesame)

spices (dried basil, Italian seasoning, grilling spices, cloves, allspice, cumin, red pepper, cayenne, chili powder, lemon pepper, black pepper, nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon and many more)

onion soup mix

ranch dressing mix

taco seasoning

bouillon cubes

liquors

Baking:

all purpose flour

biscuit mix

oats

tapioca

white sugar, powdered sugar, light brown and dark brown sugar

kosher salt

cocoa powder

honey

corn syrup, molasses, and maple syrup

evaporated and sweetened condensed milk

Pam nonstick spray

shortening

baking chips (chocolate, white, etc…)

coconut

marshmallows

extracts (vanilla, clear vanilla, orange, almond, lemon, mint, maple, etc…)

baking powder and baking soda

corn starch

cream of tarter

meringue powder

food coloring and decorating sugars/sprinkles

dried cranberries, raisins

nuts (walnuts, pecans, pistachio, cashews), sesame and sunflower seeds

brownie mix

corn bread mix

 

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