Autumn is here and one thing that always comes with the change of season is a pantry clean out for me. I like to deep clean my pantry and get rid of anything that’s been lingering around for a while. This year, I’m also going to focus on organizing my pantry so that it’s more functional for me.

There are plenty of recipes to help your clean out your pantry, so it’s time to get started!
The first step is to remove everything from the pantry and assess what you need. Once you have determined what you need, you can start to put things back in an organized fashion.

My pantry is like a sacred place and I love having it clean and organized. I love finding exactly what I need, when I need it. When it comes to pantry cleaning, there is no one-size-fits-all solution – do what works best for you and your pantry.

When it comes to pantry cleaning, I like to take a two-fold approach: focus on both the pantry itself and the food inside it. For the pantry, I start by giving everything a good wipe down. I get rid of any expired food and anything that we no longer need or use. Then, I organize everything so that it’s easy to find and grab what we need. For the food itself, I like to focus on seasonal ingredients.

How often do you clean out your pantry? That’s a question that often pops up and the answer is – it depends on your pantry and how often you use it. If you have a lot of pantry staples that you use on a regular basis, then you might want to consider doing a pantry clean out every few months. But if you don’t use your pantry as often or you don’t have many pantry staples, then once a season might be sufficient.

No matter how often you do it, cleaning out your pantry is always satisfying. There’s something about getting rid of old, expired food and organizing everything so that it’s neat and tidy. It feels like a fresh start – and who doesn’t love a fresh start?

So this autumn, take some time to clean out your pantry and one way to organize your pantry is by food group. This will make it easier for you to find what you need when you are cooking. Another way to organize your pantry is by expiration date. This will help you keep track of what needs to be eaten soon and what can be stored for later.

I start by taking everything out of the pantry and giving the shelves a good wipe down. Then, I sort through all the food and get rid of anything that’s expired or that I know I won’t eat. Next, I group all the food together by type (canned goods, dry goods, etc.) and put everything back in the pantry in a way that makes sense to me.

Next, I decide what pantry staples we need to restock. This usually includes items like flour, sugar, rice, pasta, etc. I also make sure to have plenty of snacks on hand for when the kids are home from school or for when we have company over.

Finally, I put everything back in the pantry in an organized way. I like to keep like items together so that it’s easy to find what I need. This makes it easier to grab what you want to eat and helps to cut down on food waste.

What food do you store in the pantry? The answer to this question may vary depending on your family’s needs and preferences, but there are some common items that are typically pantry staples. These include:

– Canned goods: This can include canned fruits, vegetables, soups, beans, and more.
– Dry goods: This can include flour, sugar, rice, pasta, cereal, and oatmeal.
– Baking supplies: This can include baking soda, baking powder, spices, and more.
– Snacks: This can include crackers, granola bars, nuts, and more.

My grandma always always used to say that a well-organized pantry is the key to a happy home. I think she was onto something! She used to have some amazing tips and tricks for organizing the pantry, such as using mason jars to store dry goods. I’ve been using some of her methods and they’ve really helped to keep the pantry more organized.

I remember that she used to cook a lot and she always had a pantry full of ingredients. I would help her cook sometimes and it was always so much fun. She would let me measure out the ingredients and I loved seeing all the different colors and textures.

I think one of the things I loved most about her pantry was that everything was organized by food group. This made it so much easier to find what we needed when we were cooking. And if we ever ran out of something, it was easy to see what we needed to restock. And for me it brought a lot of comfort to be able to find everything so easily.

Of course, not everything needs to be pantry staples. If you have some items that you only use once in awhile, it might make more sense to store them elsewhere. This can help to free up some space in the pantry for items that you use on a more regular basis. You have to find what works best for you and your family. Maybe that means designating specific shelves for certain types of food. Or maybe it means using clear storage containers so you can easily see what’s inside. Whatever you do, just make sure it works for you and your pantry needs!

Not all of these tips will work for everyone, but I hope that they give you some ideas of how you can organize your pantry this autumn. Cleaning out and organizing your pantry is a great way to start the season fresh. And who knows, maybe you’ll even find some new pantry staples that you love!

Organizing your pantry doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming. By taking some time to do it now, you’ll be able to reap the benefits all season long! And your pantry will thank you for it.

Happy pantry organizing!