5 Blizzard Survival Meals
A blizzard, a hurricane, a tornado or other weather disasters can leave you without power. By now you’ve learned to stock up on basics whenever you get your grocery coupons or check your price comparison apps like Favado.
These are universal foods you can live on them for weeks if you have to: extra large containers of peanut butter or other nut butters, crackers, gallon jugs of water (one per person per day), shelf-stable milk, powdered mashed potatoes, cereal and canned fruit and veggies.
But for those who want a fresher take on survival foods, USA Today has some tasty and comforting suggestions.
Things go from bad to worse when the power goes out, leaving your household without the use of almost all your kitchen appliances. Cooking at all — especially anything healthy — can be a challenge in these conditions. But we’re here to help! Stock up on some basic ingredients before the storm hits so you can make easy recipes perfect for blizzard blackouts.