I received an email from a reader a few weeks back thanking me for sharing my printables. It made my day. I love when something I share can help make someone’s life a little easier or provide them with inspiration. I’m coming at you today with three more free printables; this time, they are to help organize the food in your home, specifically in your pantry, fridge and freezer. I hope these help you with your meal planning and grocery shopping lists. I use the pantry and fridge inventory printables myself. I don’t have a deep freezer yet, but it’s on my list of “wants”.
Kitchen Inventory Printables
I stock up on food when I see items we use regularly on sale. No, I don’t have 50 bottles of mustard, but if it’s a product we use often and I know won’t go to waste, I will buy three or four of them. This pantry inventory printable will help you keep track of what you already have and need to use up so you won’t waste money buying extras. I find it especially helpful for my baking supplies.
It’s a little harder to stockpile fridge items since the shelf life is shorter than pantry staples. This fridge inventory printable helps me keep track of condiments (I have a ton!). It also helps me to make sure I don’t “forget” about an item in the fridge and use it before the best before date.
Lastly, I have a freezer inventory printable. Again, it’s easy to lose track of what you already have in your freezer especially if you have a chest deep freezer and all the items at the bottom aren’t consumed before freezer burn sets in.
Staying organized means less stress for me so it’s something I work on daily. I’m not perfect by any means, but I’m doing much better than I was five years ago. Printables play a big role in my improvement.
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If you liked this post, check out my other household tips and printables to help you get organized in 2020.
You might also like this post about how to organize a chest freezer.
Do you currently keep track of the items in your pantry, fridge and freezer?