Frozen Food Recipes

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soup made from frozen vegetables

These are times when our freezer can help us Power Up our plates. Here are 5 recipes to inspire you to make deliciously healthy meals using frozen foods.

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Parisian Green Beans

Make it a Full Plate Meal: Fill your 75% part of the plate with a cup of frozen pineapple, 1/2 cup frozen brown rice and these green beans. The 25% is your choice – baked chicken/tofu, a sweet treat, or chunk of sourdough.

75% fiber foods – green beans, frozen pineapple, brown rice
25% foods – baked chicken/tofu, or a sweet treat, or a chunk of sourdough

Frozen Roasted Vegetables

Make it a Full Plate Meal: Enjoy a cup of these veggies as a topping or side to your spaghetti with marinara. Finish off the meal with a cup of frozen strawberries.

75% fiber foods – marinara sauce, roasted frozen veggies, frozen strawberries
25% foods – spaghetti

Simple Frozen Vegetable Soup

Make it a Full Plate Meal: Add a bag of frozen butter beans to this soup to make it a one-dish wonder. Your 25% is up to you – a serving of crackers or adding in your favorite lean ground meat or veggie meat.

75% fiber foods – frozen peppers, frozen root vegetables, frozen peas and carrots, frozen green beans, frozen butter beans
25% foods – crackers OR ground meat/veggie meat

Easy Chicken Stir Fry

Make it a Full Plate Meal: Pile on the frozen veggies to make this meal as fiber-rich as possible. Ass a side of steamed edamame to finish off the 75%. Don’t eat chicken? Gardein Chick’n Strips would work as a great substitute.

75% fiber foods – frozen broccoli, frozen carrots, frozen onions, frozen peppers, edamame, brown rice
25% foods – chicken/Gardein Chick’n Strips, sauce

Frozen Fruit Ice Cream

🍨Enjoy this 75% sweet treat using frozen fruit with any and every meal this week. πŸ˜‰

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