If you are stuck at home and need a few essential recipes including homemade hand sanitizer, we are here to help!
From a winter storm to an unexpected illness, sometimes you are forced to stay indoors. And sometimes that means that you have limited supplies available.
We have all been there. The weather forecast calls for several inches of snow, and within a few hours the grocery stores are flooded with customers.
When you arrive, there is no milk to be found and the bread shelves are bare.
And now that we are currently being asked to social distance ourselves for a few weeks, access to some basic and necessary items are even more difficult to find.
So today, we are sharing some essential recipes, including homemade hand sanitizer. And hopefully this will help you get through without worrying about finding those basic supplies.
When you can’t find bread at your local grocery store, no worries. You can make your own with just a few basic ingredients.
Plus, you don’t have to worry about eating unnecessary preservatives. So instead of heading to the bread aisle, hit the baking aisle and buy some flour and yeast.
There is nothing better than a good old fashioned breakfast. And even if you don’t have milk, you can still make eggs and bacon. However, for those that need an alternative breakfast meal, check out the homemade options below.
Essential Lunch and Dinner Recipes
Because it is so difficult to find, we have included our favorite lunch and dinner recipes that do not contain milk as one of the ingredients.
Homemade Household Cleaner and Hand Sanitizer
We all know that finding household cleaners and hand sanitizer can be during an illness or flu outbreak.
We have included our favorite Citrus Cleaner recipe and a quick and easy way to make homemade Hand Sanitizer if you can’t find any at the store.
Homemade Hand Sanitizer Recipe
- 2/3 cup 99% rubbing (isopropyl) alcohol
- 1/3 cup 100% pure aloe vera gel
- Optional: 8-10 drops essential oil for smell
Instructions: Mix ingredients together and funnel in a pump bottle.
So there you have it! Some recipes to get you through until the stores resume normal operation and have enough supplies for everyone.
Mary and Jim
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