You may not be able to achieve perfect balance – between the extra-curriculars and surprise visits from the in-laws – but you can achieve the perfect fridge and pantry. Here’s how:
Fridge Essential #1: Minerva Dairy Pumpkin Spice Amish Roll Butter
Our Pumpkin Spice Amish Roll Butter is the 84% butterfat Amish Roll Butter you’ll love in almost any recipes. Sweet or savory, every dish could use a little of the good stuff. Spread it over a toasted slice of sourdough bread and you’ll up your breakfast game in a flash.
Fridge Essential #2: Minerva Dairy Maple Syrup Amish Roll Butter
Trust us. We’re not just tooting our own horn. Our Maple Syrup Amish Roll Butter is the recipe companion you never knew you needed. A little goes a long way in our Buckwheat Crepes with Pumpkin Ricotta. Can you say, “Hello fall!”
Fridge Essential #3: Carrots and Brocolli
These veggies have magical powers. Well, ok. They have versatility. That’s the same thing, right? Plus, Candied Maple Carrots are always welcome at the dinner table.
Fridge Essential #4: Hot Sauce
Dress up leftovers or add some warmth to your savory fall dishes. With a chilly winding knocking on your door, you’ll be glad for this little bit of heat.
Fridge Essential #5:Sausage
It’s sausage. Do you really need a reason to keep stocked up this fall? (You’ll want to buy a little extra once you give our Croissant Waffle Breakfast Sandwich a try)
Pantry Essential #6: Beef or Chicken Stock
There’s bound to be a chilly fall Sunday evening where homemade French Onion Soup just sounds so. Dang. Delicious. With this pantry staple, you’ll be ready for when the craving strikes.
Pantry Essential #7: Canned Tomatoes
Canned tomatoes (and pretty much any other varieties of canned veggies) let us make our favorite fall recipes even when the ingredients are seasonal. Okra and Tomatoes are one of our cool weather go-to’s.
Pantry Essential #8: Onions
From soup to salad to stir-fry, you’ll be set for any fall recipe the foodie home chef in you can dream up.
Pantry Essential #9: Maple Croutons
When Maple Croutons are made fresh, they’ll go fast, but try to keep a batch on hand to toss on your favorite salad or soup.