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One of the most helpful tools in my kitchen in the freezer! I love to freeze ingredients and extras so it doesn’t get wasted, stock pile single servings for my husband’s lunches, or just cook ahead and freeze it for a quick, convenient meal at a later date. There’s so many benefits of frozen foods such as having them readily available, portion control, ease of preparation, and lots of variety that makes it easy to try different types of foods.
I have a small freezer in the basement and the one over the refrigerator. Both are full at the moment but we do use what’s in there. All too often I end up throwing away food that’s spoiled so I often buy frozen foods, especially vegetables. I don’t have to feel like I’m sacrificing nutrition when I use frozen foods. Frozen food is made from real recipes and real ingredients. Frozen. How Fresh Stays Fresh
Freezing naturally pauses the fresh, quality foods and suspends them there until you’re ready to enjoy them. Freshness, flavor, and nutrients are locked in and it’s just how fresh food stays fresh!
Read more about fresh vs frozen here. There’s a huge selection foods in your frozen food aisle including these:
Frozen foods are ready when you are. They allow today’s busy families to spend less time apart and more time enjoying wholesome, tasty meals around the dinner table.
Frozen waffles makes breakfast quick and easy. This is a breakfast I served recently along with fresh blueberries:
Afternoon snack for my child care group comes together easy with Bagel Bites. Something different and the kids really enjoyed them.
Dinner can come together very quick too with a few frozen foods. I made Asian Ginger pork chops with hash browns and cheesy broccoli. My guys loved it.
Do you use frozen foods? What is your favorite frozen food to have on hand?