- If you have any reservations
about cooking with frozen vegetables.
- Everything freezes.
- It's time to take that fear and let it go.
♪ Let it go, Let it go ♪
- Already prepped frozen veggies can save you
a lot of time in the kitchen.
And if stored properly that can stay in your freezer
until you're ready to use them.
Here are 10 frozen vegetable recipes that you
can lend on for quick and easy meals any day of the week.
- Eat your vegetables.
- Let's start with this belly warming Chicken Alfredo Soup.
Frozen peas, rotisserie chicken
and jarred Alfredo sauce help minimize
your prep time for this recipe.
So you can enjoy spoonfuls of creamy pasta
and chicken loaded soup in no time.
- (screams)OM mac and chee!
- These spring vegetable bread pudding muffins
are fit for Popeye himself.
(old time music)
If Popeye ever needed a comfort food fix.
Spinach and frozen sweet peas get a flavor packed punch
from savory pancetta and fresh herbs.
If you feel like something's been missing
from your usual breakfast spread,
it's probably these muffins.
Here's a recipe for when your the only person who's hungry
and you're hungry now.
- I'm starving.
- Single serving shrimp fried rice
only takes 10 minutes to make.
And the ingredients are so simple.
If you have a bag of frozen peas and carrots
in the freezer you're practically half way there.
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more single serving content like this recipe.
Nothing can warm the soul like mom's home cooking.
That's why we're sharing
Mom's Creamy Chicken and Broccoli Casserole recipe.
This dish is the food equivalent to a hug.
And it's made easy with the help of frozen broccoli florets.
Moms and kids can agree a recipe that tastes this good
and can be on the table in less than an hour is a winner.
Throw an elegant pasta dinner together in minutes
with already cooked shrimp, broccoli and fresh lemon.
- Everybody dig in.
- Don't mind if I do Lillian.
- When you serve this at your next party,
guests will probably applaud your complex,
But we all know how easy and simple it was to make.
Don't worry, it's our little secret.
This recipe takes lasagna to the next level
by incorporating flavors from a traditional Greek salad.
- How do you say thank you in Greek?
- Feta cheese, peppers and olives meet layers
of tender pasta and tomato sauce
and frozen spinach brings a touch
of convenience to the recipe.
Don't be intimidated by the long list of ingredients.
The flavor combo is worth all of the extra details.
There are endless ways to dress a potato.
- But you really can't beat these cheesy spinach
and bacon stuffed potatoes.
With the help of frozen spinach
and already baked potatoes this recipe comes together
in less than 20 minutes and its guaranteed
to be the envied side dish of your next social gathering.
Frozen peas and carrots are back at it again
for sheet pan fried rice.
- We're back! Classic!
- Spread a layer of microwavable rice on
the pan and broil until lightly browned.
Add the remaining ingredients
and return the pan to the oven until
the veggies are tender and the eggs are set.
It's that easy.
This Copycat Broccoli Cheddar Soup tastes
just like the kind that Panera fans can't get enough of.
Chicken broth, heavy cream and turmeric come together
for a velvety base.
Add your fresh or frozen broccoli florets
and carrots and don't skimp on the cheddar cheese.
Comment below Panera fans and let us know
how this copycat soup measures up to the real deal.
♪ I've been waiting for this moment. ♪
- Asparagus, grape tomatoes and frozen English peas
are the veggie stars of this pasta primavera recipe.
Prosciutto and Parmesan cheese give the vegetable laden
fettuccine a savory twist while fresh basil brightens up
the dish with a spring time vibrance.
If you started this video with some doubt,
we hope our recipes have enlightened you
to the appetizing practicality of cooking
with frozen vegetables.
Not only can they save you some time in a dinner rush,
they can also add some nutritional variety
to your beloved comfort food dishes.
Let us know which recipe's your favorites
in the comments below.
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