Stocking up on pantry staples can help you save money, avoid food waste, and make things easier if/when disaster strikes.
Besides, how many times have you walked into your kitchen and realized you were out of an essential ingredient? Many, right? Now imagine if that happened not just once or twice, but multiple times a week, every week. Not only would you be missing out on making your favorite meals, but you’d also be running out to the store every day to replace ingredients, which can get expensive over time!
One way to save money on groceries and cut down on time spent at the store is to stock up on pantry staples by purchasing multiple items when they’re on sale and keeping them in your pantry.
Here are some essential pantry staples to stock up on that will help you save time and money in the long run.
Essential Pantry Staples
+Beans (no salt added is best!)
Canned Fruit (avoid fruit syrup)
+Tomatos (diced and tomato paste)
Rice (Brown, White)
Flour (All Purpose)
Vinegar (Apple Cider)
Extracts (Vanilla, Almond, etc)
Dried Herbs, Spices, and Seasonings
+Salt (Sea Salt, Himalayan)
While there are many more items that you can stock your pantry with, I think this list is a great start and equips you with the necessities. Did I miss anything? If so let me know in the comments!