I keep Jiffy Pop popcorn in those aluminium puff up trays. Cheep Chicken Pot Pies and Spam, and Ramen noodles.
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Donut holes. I'm from the town that makes spam so I always have that on hand :)
Frozen pizzas and canned soup, to placate my college-age son on those nights I have to work late and he doesn't want leftovers. But I do go for the organic varieties...
Pam spray, potato flakes
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Saltines and chocolate frosting (homemade), Ramen, Ritz crackers, Tater Tots, fish sticks, canned chicken noodle soup, bologna, pimento cheese on a jar.
Chicken bullion powder/cubes. Guilty as charged.
Pepperidge Farms Apple Turnovers- a decadent flashback to my college days. Worcestershire sauce.
those turnovers are undeniable!
Yeah, I decided at one point "I can do better than that"- my homemade, buttery pastry and filling were certainly far superior by any measure, but somehow, just didn't add up as well- I think their blandness is actually a positive. By the way, I recently tried the raspberry for the first time- not bad.
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Sometimes, nothing tastes quite as good as old fashioned tuna fish casserole with cream of mushroom soup, canned tuna, egg noodles and a can of bread crumbs. I'll even throw in frozen peas for good measure.
Fish sticks for the kids.
Chicken and beef boullion powder for those times I forget to take the homemade broth out of the freezer. (which I just realized I forgot to do for tonight)
Jarred spaghetti sauce and salsa.
Forgot the canned chicken and potato flakes.
Ramen, chicken bouillon granules (for making homemade rice-a-roni--gotta have that fakey chicken flavor!) canned soup.
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Jarred mayonnaise, Hoisin sauce, that's about it.
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Vegetable bouillon cubes, potato flakes (for bread dough), a phase of using box cake and pudding mixes to make "cake in a mug" (now thankfully over), dehydrated onion flakes for a hit of flavor if I've run out of fresh onions.
I too use dehydrated onion flakes when I've either run out of onions or are too lazy to cut an onion. And, I've got dehydrated vegetable soup mix for making a quick soup at work if there is nothing else in the house to bring.
Frozen chicken pot pie's, frozen burritos,and even if I do love to bake and do it frequently Store-bought cookies,
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Kraft Macaroni & Cheese
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Campbell's tomato soup, tater tots, and my husband is a Stove Top Stuffing and All Things Poppin' Fresh guy!!!
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