Pantry Organization

Our pantry was literally eating the food I put into it. I couldn’t find a dang thing when I needed to, and I knew something had to change.

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I started putting ALL dry foods into these Rubbermaid storage containers.

They are easy to open and you can see what you have.

Rubbermaid Storage Containers

I got two sets and then also bought the sugar/ flour containers to store those items and also waffle mix etc.

Rubbermaid large container for flour/ sugar

For the upper part of the pantry I store cleaning supplies and baking supplies in baskets. I got these from Walmart years ago, and they still have some similar I’ll link here.

Metal storage baskets

For baking supplies I have these acrylic organizers that are fabulous. They hold all our sprinkles, mixes, and supplies and you can see them and grab the container out easily.

Acrylic Organizers

The base of our pantry has two pull out drawers I’ve been able to organize without many extras. We had another pullout up top I removed because it wasn’t functional. These are really great though.

The acrylic dividers I mentioned above are ideal for food uses. I added a couple, but for the most part things stay in place so I just keep them laid out in an organized way.

I have two large bowls for potatoes, onions, and sweet potatoes. I found these storage containers that are ventilated and super cute!

Onion, potato storage containers

The final thing I want to grab is a lazy Susan to store snacks like granola bars where my kiddos can grab them easily.

I’ll probably order one like this one, and then the pantry will be all done!

Hope you find some helpful tips and tricks to get your pantry in order!



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