Monday, November 19, 2012

Freezer Meals Recipes

Thank you Sisters to coming to the freezer meal class. It was so good to meet so many people. Here are the recipes for the meals that we made. -Christi
Onion Chicken
2 Lbs Chicken - Cut to serving sizes
8-10 oz. French Onions -- smashed by your favorite Child
2 eggs -- beaten
Beat the eggs. Dip the Chicken in the eggs. Roll the chicken in the onions.
Bake 350 for 35-40 min flipping over once.
serve with Veggie and roll
** remember this is a flash freeze recipe**
Teri Chicken
2 Lbs Chicken -- cut into strips
1 bottle of Lawreys Hawaiian Teri Sauce
1 can 7-up (or like)
Place chicken in freezer and pour both bottles into the bag. Freeze
To cook. Thaw and place entire bag into crock pot. Cook on low 6-8 hours
Serve over rice
Beef Enchilada Casserole
1 Lb beef (cooked w/ onion and S&P)
1 Med onion
1 can of corn (drained)
1 can pinto beans (drained)
1 can Nacho Fiesta Cheese Sauce
1 Can Cream of Mushroom
1 Can Enchilada Sauce
8-10 Enchiladas
2 C. Shredded Cheese
Mix all ingredients up and place in baggie. (EXCEPT the corn tortillas and the grated cheese -- bag then in their own little quart baggies)
To cook: Thaw then layer in crock pot the meat, tortillas and cheese, repeat 2-3 times. Ending with meat and cheese on top. (otherwise the tortilla will dry out and be crunchy.)
You can also cook this in the over 30 min at 350 degrees.
Thank you again for coming it was SO much fun to spend time with all you wonderful ladies!
Christi Nebeker

Friday, November 16, 2012

Emergency Preparedness Fair

Elk Ridge 2nd Relief Society

Emergency Preparedness Fair

 Maybe you are a pro at food storage but there is always so much more to learn.

Freezer Meals

Emergency Kits for your Car

Baby steps of Food Storage

Emergency Binders

And More

And we can’t forget the light breakfast!

Come and enjoy a morning of Preparedness discussions. It will be fun, uplifting and very educational. This is nothing like you’ve heard before. Well, hopefully not!!!


You did not have to order anything for this activity.

Come and see what we are doing, take notes, get handouts and

 ideas to help get your home and families prepared.


Saturday, November 17th @ 9:30-12:30


Members of the Church have been counseled for many years to be prepared for adversity. Preparation, both spiritual and temporal,

can dispel fear. With the guidance of Church leaders, individual

members and families should prepare to be self-reliant in

times of personal or widespread emergency.


Let us be physically prepared to hold off the storms,

both physically as well as spiritually.


“It will take unshakable faith in the Lord Jesus Christ

to choose the way to eternal life. It is by using that faith

we can know the will of God.” -Eyring


“The great test of life is to see whether we will hearken to and

obey God’s commands in the midst of the storms of life.” –Eyring

Come at 9:30am and enjoy an light breakfast and socialize before we begin our exciting and educational

Emergency Preparedness Fair.





Light breakfast (cultural hall)



Spiritual Preparedness

by Bishop Merrill (Relief Society Room)


Choose one of the following classes to begin



Freezer Meals

by Christi Nebeker (Kitchen/cultural hall)

Emergency Car Kits

by Melanie Bott (Priesthood Room)

Food Storage Made Easy

by Shelly Strand (Relief Society Room)


Choose one of the following classes


Freezer Meals

by Christi Nebeker (Kitchen/cultural hall)

Emergency Car Kits

by Melanie Bott (Priesthood Room)

If you do not finish or missed something we will be staying after to help anyone that needs help putting together binders, car kits, freezer meals or Emergency Binders.

The Emergency Binders are a Christmas Gift from the Relief Soceity. We know how important it is to get our homes in order. If you do not want to participate in any of the activities just come and put your family's Emergency Binder together.

Monday, November 5, 2012

November Visiting Teaching Message

Because the November Liahona and Ensign contain a report of the October general conference, there is not a specifically designated First Presidency Message or Visiting Teaching Message for November.

Home and visiting teachers are encouraged to prayerfully select their message from the addresses given during general conference.

Visit the general conference website to read, watch, or listen to conference addresses.