There’s more to see...
Sign up to discover and save different things to try in 2015.

Homesteading


Homesteading

  • 235 Pins

happymoneysaver.com shows how to make homemade buttermilk with step by step pictures and instructions.

How To Make Homemade Buttermilk In 10 Minutes Or Less

happymoneysaver.com

I hate using chemicals on my skin, so I started using this stuff and my skin has never looked better. Seriously! Homemade facial cleanser for the win!

Homemade Facial Cleanser with Lemon & Honey - Happy Money Saver | Homemade | Freezer Meals | Homesteading

happymoneysaver.com

During the Great Depression, people learned how to get by on very little. Learn how to create a frugal pantry like they did during the Great Depression. I love the story of her father growing up during the Great Depression and how it still forms how he does things today. We could all stand to learn from those lessons. These handed down recipes sound awesome and very frugal. If you're trying to create a frugal and healthy pantry and kitchen, you need to read this now!

Podcast Building a Great Depression Era Pantry

melissaknorris.com

Make a DIY chicken swing from items you probably already have on hand. Instant entertainment (for you and them)!

Are heat lamps safe in the chicken coop? How do I keep my chickens warm in the winter?

Do My Chickens Need a Heat Lamp? • The Prairie Homestead

theprairiehomestead.com

20 Things to Do With Eggshells - Happy Money Saver | Homemade | Freezer Meals | Homesteading

20 Things to Do With Eggshells - Happy Money Saver | Homemade | Freezer Meals | Homesteading

happymoneysaver.com

No bake homemade chewy granola bars that use real ingredients like honey, coconut oil, oats, ground flax seeds, and crunchy peanut butter! These taste amazing and can even be frozen to use later for school lunches!

No Bake Homemade Chewy Granola Bars Recipe. Healthy and Easy to make!

happymoneysaver.com

These Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers take about 10 minutes to make, taste better than store bought and are made with real ingredients that you can actually pronounce. Wheat Thins are my favorite kind of cracker. I can go through half a box in one sitting, easy. This can often result in no wheat thins around when I really want some. To fix this problem I have an incredibly easy recipe for Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers that in my opinion taste better and are made with real ingredients that I can actually pronounce. The recipe that I use has only a few simple ingredients; whole wheat flour, sugar, salt, paprika, butter, water and vanilla. I love that I always have these ingredients on hand and they only take about 10 minutes to bake. I've only made a few varieties of homemade crackers and these near the top of the list. They are crispy and crunchy but slightly chewy in the center. The perfect cracker! Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers First mix flour, sugar, salt and paprika to a bowl and whisk until well combined. Then with a knife or fork, cut butter into flour mixture until the mixture has a crumb like consistency. These Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers take about 10 minutes to make, taste better than store bought and are made with real ingredients that you can actually pronounce. It should look a little something like this. These Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers take about 10 minutes to make, taste better than store bought and are made with real ingredients that you can actually pronounce. These Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers take about 10 minutes to make, taste better than store bought and are made with real ingredients that you can actually pronounce. Next mix together the water and vanilla (and honey if you're not using sugar) and pour into the flour mixture. Using your hands mix the water into the flour until a dough in formed. These Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers take about 10 minutes to make, taste better than store bought and are made with real ingredients that you can actually pronounce. Split the dough in half and roll out each half on a floured piece of parchment paper. Roll out as thin and evenly as you can (about 1/16 inch). Use a pizza cutter and cut dough into desired shapes of your choosing ( I like the traditional shape of squares, but I'm pretty boring). These Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers take about 10 minutes to make, taste better than store bought and are made with real ingredients that you can actually pronounce. These Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers take about 10 minutes to make, taste better than store bought and are made with real ingredients that you can actually pronounce. Lift up parchment paper and place on a 2 separate baking sheets. These Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers take about 10 minutes to make, taste better than store bought and are made with real ingredients that you can actually pronounce. Bake at 400 degrees for 8-12 minutes making sure to rotate the pan halfway through to ensure even cooking. Watch them closely because they can burn quickly. These Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers take about 10 minutes to make, taste better than store bought and are made with real ingredients that you can actually pronounce. These Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers take about 10 minutes to make, taste better than store bought and are made with real ingredients that you can actually pronounce. Cool completely and then make a yummy dip with my DIY Homemade Hidden Valley Ranch Mix. It is so good! These Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers take about 10 minutes to make, taste better than store bought and are made with real ingredients that you can actually pronounce. Below is the printable recipe. Happy baking! Homemade Wheat Thin Crackers Author: Karrie Prep time: 10 mins Cook time: 10 mins Total time: 20 mins Serves: 60 Ingredients 1 1/4 cups whole wheat flour 1 1/2 tbsp sugar or honey 1/2 tsp salt, plus extra for sprinkling on top 1/4 tsp paprika 4 tbsp salted butter 1/4 cup + 2 tbsp water 1/4 tsp vanilla Instructions add flour, sugar, salt and paprika to a bowl and whisk until well combined. with a knife or fork, cut butter into flour mixture until the mixture has a crumb like consistency. Mix together the water and vanilla (and honey if you're not using sugar) and pour into the flour mixture. Using your hands mix the water into the flour until a dough in formed. Split the dough in half and roll out each half on a floured piece of parchment paper. Roll out as thin and evenly as you can (about 1/16 inch). Use a pizza cutter and cut dough into desired shapes of your choosing. Lift up parchment paper and place on a baking sheet. Bake at 400 degrees for 8-12 minutes making sure to rotate the pan halfway through to ensure even cooking. Watch them closely because they burn quickly. Cool completely. Store in an airtight container. Recipe make about 60 crackers give or take.

Make Your Own Crackers - Homemade Wheat Thins

happymoneysaver.com

This old recipe {from 1900's recipe box} for homemade marshmallow frosting is a big winner! It is silky smooth and tastes just like melted marshmallows. Perfect on cupcakes!

Homemade Marshmallow Frosting {From Old Recipe Box}

happymoneysaver.com

Vintage Pumpkin Pie Recipe {From 1900's recipe Box} Yes, Yes Yes! This is the BEST homemade pumpkin pie recipe I have ever made. It's perfect in every way.

Vintage Pumpkin Pie Recipe {From 1900's recipe Box}

happymoneysaver.com

Homemade Wild Plum Jelly- Perfect on a slice of homemade bread!

Homemade Wild Plum Jelly

happymoneysaver.com

Enjoy the fresh taste of tomato soup in the dead of winter with this freezer friendly Garden Fresh Tomato Soup Recipe.

Garden Fresh Tomato Soup {Freezer Meal}

happymoneysaver.com

Interesting recipe

How to Make Old-Fashioned Peach Butter

theprairiehomestead.com

Beekeeping 101: Getting set up with the right equipment | The Elliott Homestead

This is a great alternative to canning those peaches without all that sugar!!! ♥ Uses honey instead!

Canning Peaches No Sugar Recipe - Easy and Delicious!

happymoneysaver.com

Caring for chickens in the winter - no lights or heat needed

Backyard Chickens in the Snow - Bless This Mess

blessthismessplease.com

smart interior coop design. roost placed above table to catch droppings. easy cleaning.

Virginia Woodland Coop

backyardchickens.com

This vintage popovers recipe from a 1900's recipe box is the best popover recipe I have ever made. They're simple to make and turn out every time!

Best Popover Recipe {Vintage recipe from 1900's}

happymoneysaver.com

Pectin-free-Raspberry-Jam

Raspberry Jam Recipe without Pectin - The Idea Room

theidearoom.net

This vintage banana cake recipe is to die for. Cake is moist and has a sweet banana flavor. It is frosted with homemade whipped cream and chopped walnuts.

Vintage Banana Cake Recipe {From 1900's Recipe Box}

happymoneysaver.com

How to Save on Canning Supplies - Tips for saving money on canning supplies. Where to find canning supplies for very little money or for free.

How to Save on Canning Supplies

premeditatedleftovers.com

Swiss Black Nose sheep after summer grazing in the Alps, heading back to the stables copyright: Dominique Schreckling

Alpine Autumn: Switzerland's Secret Season

10best.com

stunning farmhouse. I want a farmhouse some day, with lots of baby animals.

potager garden - I love the design of the little building in the garden. I think it's the chicken coop surrounded by zinnias that I pinned a year ago.

Chicken coop - it's landscaped so the chickens have their own space to roam and nibble

Toves Sammensurium: Våte fantasier....

tovestoogfirbeinte.blogspot.com