Feed your family with healthy recipes

With a bit of planning and some simple recipes, you'll discover a world of flavorful meals that fuel your body, satisfy your taste buds and won’t take hours in the kitchen.

Healthy Eating

Frozen vegetables save time and add nutrition

With a huge range of flavors and options that are easy to prepare, frozen fruits and veggies are here to save the day, even for the pickiest eaters at the table.

When time is tight, choose frozen

Frozen produce often comes peeled, chopped, prepped and ready to be transformed into quick meals. Easily whip up stir-fries, hearty soups and tasty side dishes, packed with the nutrients your family needs.

The mouth-watering way to eat healthy

There are many options in the frozen aisle so you can create meals that suit your family's tastebuds without wasting food.

Affordable and healthy

Frozen produce lasts a long time: it can be stored in your freezer for 8-12 months. Stock up on your favorites when they're on sale so you have them on hand to add to your favorite dishes.

Turn fruits and veggies into kid-friendly favorites

Do your kids prefer foods that are soft or sweet? Frozen produce comes in a variety of flavors, textures and crunchiness. You have the power to create custom meals to win over the whole family.

Time for a tasty crunch?

Kids are tempted to try veggies that are crisp and crunchy. If you have an extra few minutes, toss frozen broccoli in a bowl and mix with your favorite oil and a seasoning your child already loves, like chili or garlic powder, a little lemon and pepper, or teriyaki. Space them out in the oven and cook at 400°F for 20-30 minutes. Yum!

Have easy-to-eat veggies?

Add boiled frozen broccoli to mac and cheese or mix frozen spinach in with your breakfast egg scramble to give it creamy, satisfying flavor. Also try edamame, a tasty veggie that warms up quick and adds a dash of fun to the table.

Got a sweet tooth?

Try these three ideas: Freeze sliced bananas that are getting too ripe so you can use them later in pancake batter. Mix frozen fruit in with the morning oatmeal or yoghurt for added sweetness. Freeze and serve grapes as a healthy and delicious replacement for dessert, especially on a hot day.

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