This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of American Frozen Foods Institute and the Frozen Food Roundtable for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Frozen foods can have many advantages:
They’re ready when you are, so very convenient.
Locks nutrients in place.
fresh vs frozen
You can use just what you need without wasting.
You can take advantage of sales.
So many choices to suit your family.
Consistency in taste and quality.
benefits of frozen foods
Here are a few that my family and I sampled:
General Mills’ Pillsbury Toaster Strudel offers a convenient treat with a sweet filling,
creamy icing and flaky crust, and no baking is involved.
Pop one in the toaster, add some fruit or eggs, and you have a warm breakfast or snack.
Of course, I had to buy the raspberry ones since that’s my hubby’s favorite,
but they also come in cream cheese, apple and other yummy flavors too.
If you’re in the mood for dessert, Schwan’s Edward Desserts makes this
Key Lime Pie in single servings.
That makes it a bit easier to stop after just one piece!
Or if you’re enjoying guests this summer, keep a supply of these
luscious sweet servings on hand for an after the BBQ treat.
If you need a quick lunch, or a midnight snack, Pinnacle’s Celeste Pizza for One is a tasty option,
AND it crisps up in the microwave, so it’s ready FAST!
You could easily customize it by throwing on some ham, pineapple, fresh tomato, or whatever
you like. Are your kids throwing an impromptu party or entertaining friends? Keep some in the freezer to easily feed those hungry teenagers!
In the mood for something a little more sophisticated?
Nestle’s Stouffer’s® Stuffed Peppers are a more grown up option,
with green peppers stuffed with beef and rice in a rich tomato sauce.
Frozen. How Fresh Stays Fresh
So if you’re short on time or just like lots of options,
try checking our your local grocery’s freezer section!