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Stocking a Preppers Kitchen with bacon, eggs and more!

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so
naturally it should be a prepper's top concern in building a food
storage system.

Make sure your pantry covers breakfast with shelf-stable eggs and
bacon, oats, breads, cereals and bars, freeze dried and canned
fruits, as well as freeze dried breakfasts that are ready to eat.  
Don't forget the
coffee and milk!

Prepper's Pantry: Breakfast
Here are more ideas for food storage of freeze dried breakfasts,
canned meats, and shelf stable grains...

#1: Breakfast buckets.
Breakfast buckets are a convenient grab-and-go emergency

  • Augason Farms breakfast and lunch bucket. With a 20-
    year shelf life, the Auguason Farms Breakfast bucket holds
    four-gallons of freeze dried food and includes:
  • 4 pouches Buttermilk pancakes
  • 3 pouches Maple brown sugar oatmeal
  • 3 pouches milk alternative
  • 2 pouches six-grain banana cereal
  • 3 pouches strawberry cream of wheat
  • 2 pouches banana chips

  • Mountain House Breakfast bucket. The Mountain House
    Just in Case Breakfast Bucket is a hearty start of the day
    whether you're in survival mode or camping. With 16 total
    pouches of Mountain House freeze dried breakfast meals, our
    Just in Case Breakfast Assortment Bucket offers enough food
    to satisfy your morning hunger. The bucket contains:
  • 4 pouches Mountain House Scrambled Eggs with Ham
  • 4 pouches Mountain House Granola w/Milk & blueberries
  • 4 pouches Mountain House Skillet breakfast
  • 4 pouches Mountain House Scrambled eggs and Bacon

  • Relief Foods Breakfast bucket (4 weeks). This bucket has
    84 servings packed into a 3-gallon bucket. It's stocked up on
    the most important meal of the day for up to 4 weeks. This
    bucket contains:
  • 6 individual Mylar pouches of Pancake Mix and
  • 6 individual Mylar pouches of Strawberry Creamy Wheat.

  • Wise Foods Breakfast bucket. The breakfast bucket from
    Wise Company Emergency Food Supply includes:
  • Egg and Sausage Scramble (12 servings)
  • Garden Scramble (12 servings)
  • Pancake Mix (20 servings)
  • Maple Flavored Syrup Mix (20 servings)
  • Powder Milk (Whey) (28 servings).

#2: Egg breakfast
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and eggs are an
exceptional way to get your day started. Zombie hunting will be
hard work and you'll need to get a good start for whatever will
come your way. Here are our favorite egg breakfasts for
emergency food storage:

  • Augason Farms Scrambled Egg mix. The Augason Farms
    dried scrambled egg mix is a special blend of whole eggs
    whole milk and vegetable ~ the perfected way to cook up
    like fresh scrambled eggs or breakfast skillet dishes just by
    adding water.

#3: Bacon breakfast.
The preppers at are known as the bacon-
loving preppers. Check it on Google and see for yourself. No
weekend breakfast would be complete without bacon!

  • Yoder's Canned bacon. Yoder's bacon in a can is a
    Prepper's miracle! With smoky flavor and a long shelf life,
    you'll get about 30 servings per can of fully cooked bacon,
    per can. And it's fully drained of fat. This stuff has a 10 year
    shelf life! This isn't a novelty item: it's real bacon for your
    long term food storage needs. See the complete line of
    Yoder's meat products.

  • Mountain House Scrambled Eggs with Bacon: Pictured
    immediate right, try a sample pack of the camping
    enthusiast's favorite brand. The #10 can of Mounain House
    Scrambled Eggs with bacon will last upwards of 25 years.  
    Stock up on #10 cans of Mountain House.

  • Mountain House Breakfast Skillet. Made with delicious hash
    browns, scrambled eggs, peppers, onions and pork patty
    crumble the Mountain House Breakfast skillet is a must have
    for  your emergency food storage.

  • Mountain House Granola with milk and blueberries. Packed
    with energizing dried fruit, fiber, and unsaturated fats  
    Mountain House Granola with Blueberries is a hearty cereal
    that has milk so you just add water.

  • Augason Farms Buttermilk pancakes. Imagine the comfort
    of being able to make pancake by the batches and without
    eggs! Pictured right us a bucket of pancakes. The Augason
    Farms pancake batter requires only water. Of course, you will
    need adequate oil to fry them up, and we suggest you stock
    plenty of real maple syrup as well as some freeze dried fruits
    such as blueberries. You'll find the Augason Farms superpail
    is a handy storage solution.

#4: Cereals:

  • Shredded wheat. Stock up on Shredded Wheat cereal.
    Shredded Wheat is a whole wheat grain prepared in a
    digestable form, supplying all the strength a Prepper needs.
    Of course Shredded Wheat won't last forever, so you'll need
    to supply breakfast cereals encased in a #10 can.

  • Saratoga Farms Cereal Buckets. Cereal is good to have in
    food storage. The Honey Nut cereal bucket will last 20-years
    unopened. The bucket of honey nut cereal is filled to the
    brim to give you the best value. You get 5.78 lbs (2.62 kg)
    of cereal. Try other Saratoga Farms cereals.

  • Oats. Oats are an ideal prepper food storage item because
    they store well and are high in protein and fiber, among the
    many reasons why you should store oats. There are two
    kinds of oats preppers should stock:

  • Quick rolled oats. Augason Farms Quick rolled oats are
    processed (steamed and flattened), but they are still a
    whole grain. The benefit of Quick Oats in your preps is
    that they will take less fuel to cook. The drawback is
    that this processing shortens the storage lifespan. Ideal
    by the bucket, Augason Farms quick oats are
    conveniently packed in bulk at the bottom of the page.

  • Regular Rolled oats. Augason Farms Regular rolled
    oats are ideal food storage. Regular rolled oats make
    for a good hot or cold cereal that gives long lasting
    energy and can also be readily added to many recipes.
    Add them to pancakes, bread, cookies or muffins for a
    nutty taste and chewier texture.

  • Steel Cut Oats. Steel cut rolled oats are a highly
    nutritious oat product because they have the entire oat
    kernal. Try John McCann's Steel Cut Oats or Bob's Red
    Mill. According to Brigham Young University, this life-
    sustaining nutrition can last upwards of 30 years if
    stored properly.

Other Breakfast Essentials

  • Breads and muffins. Augason Farms has a nice selection of
    bakery items in #10 cans, including the French bread mix,
    Honey Cornbread Muffin Mix, Blueberry Mix. If you love
    muffins, then try two varieties from Provident Pantry
    including Chocolate Chocolate-chip muffin mix and Almond
    poppy seed muffin mix, also pictured right.

  • Milk. Got powdered milk? Stocking instant dry milk in your
    preps is important. Milk will provide essential nutrition for
    your family. A cup of milk (fat free or skim, calcium fortified)
    has just 86 calories, but it has about 40% (8.4 grams) of
    protein, 50% of your calcium, and c, not to mention the
    Vitamin D. You'll use it for your granola and cereals, baking,
    and for blending powdered cheeses for your macaroni and
    potato casserole dishes, among many other uses.

Happy endings...
Make the most of your food storage by including breakfast
cereals, eggs, pancakes. Breakfast is the most important meal of
the day!

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