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10 Healthy and Affordable Frozen Foods

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Avocados: Wash and halve the avocado before peeling it. You can Freeze them as halves or puree them with some lemon juice.

Just be aware that frozen avocados tend to be a bit mushy, so they’re great for sauces and dips but not suitable for eating by the slice.

Pancakes And Waffles: These are great to have on hand for hectic mornings. We suggest you wrap 3 or 4 pancakes, or however many you want for individual servings, in saran wrap and freeze them in some Ziploc bags.

For breakfast, unwrap and pop them in your toaster or microwave to heat them through. Bon Apettite!

Applesauce: Don’t worry! This frozen food tastes just as fresh when you pull it out of the freezer. The best part? You can keep it in an airtight container of your choice for up to a year!

Burgers: Whether you like meat or veggie, burgers freeze surprisingly well. You can cook them ahead of time, let them cool, wrap them in plastic, and freeze them in Ziploc bags…then just reheat the patties when you’re ready to eat.

Or, you can just form them into patties and freeze them raw, so all you have to do is thaw and cook them.

Bananas: You can freeze them with or without skin, but know that, like avocados, the bananas WILL be mushy when thawed.

So it’s okay to add this frozen food to banana bread, pancakes or smoothies, but not for munching on the whole.

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