Meal Planning Binder Series: Food Inventory

Did you think I forgot about you today?  It has just been one of those crazy days.  This is the next section in the meal planning binder series – the food inventory sheets.  I have three free printables for you today.  You can use them all or any combination.  If you are new here, catch up with us by visiting the meal planning binder series page and following along.

 

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Today, we have three free printables for our menu planning binder.  These are food inventory printables and include a freezer inventory, pantry inventory, and fridge inventory.  These are super simple to use, especially if you tend to stock up on food.

All three are used in the same way, you make a list of each item of food in your pantry, freezer, or fridge, and then write down the “use-by” date.  This is a great way to keep track of what you have in your pantry, freezer, and fridge to make sure the food doesn’t go bad and you don’t continue to buy the same items you already have.

So, print out your printables below, make a divider in you binder, and get to inventorying your pantry, fridge, and freezer!

Menu Planning Binder Series: Freezer/Fridge/Pantry Inventory | Mini Van Dreams

Freezer Inventory

 

Menu Planning Binder Series: Freezer/Pantry/Fridge Inventory | Mini Van Dreams

Fridge Inventory

 

Menu Planning Binder Series: Freezer/Pantry/Fridge Inventory | Mini Van Dreams

Pantry Inventory

 

Make sure you stop back next week for the next printable in the Meal Planning Binder Series!

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2 thoughts on “Meal Planning Binder Series: Food Inventory

  1. My normal pantry inventory process involves buying duplicates of everything because I forget what I have on hand, keeping things until I move and clear out the pantry, and throwing away stuff that expired long ago. Your system is much more productive. 😉

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