6 Healthy Frozen Meals

Next time you’re perusing the freezer section, grab one of these flavorful finds.


Green Giant Cauliflower Veggie Tots


Green Giant’s new cauliflower tots are a tasty, lightened-up spin on the classic spud side dish. Cooked with no artificial flavors or preservatives, these crunchy and delicious tots will trick even the pickiest eaters into enjoying their vegetables.

To buy: $4; grocery stores nationwide.

Photo by Green Giant

Amy’s Thai Green Curry


Served over warm and fluffy jasmine rice, this mix of organic sweet potatoes, green beans, yellow zucchini, and fire-roasted red bell peppers is a vegetarian’s dream come true. And don’t worry about supplying your own side of protein. Flavorful cubes of tofu are tossed right into the mix.

To buy: $5; grocery stores nationwide.

Photo by Amy's

Jeni’s Buttermilk Frozen Yogurt Trio


Jeni’s one-of-a-kind frozen yogurt recipe combines tart fruit purees with creamy buttermilk and yogurt. The tangy, refreshing trio will satisfy the whole family, whether they’re suckers for key lime or prefer pink grapefruit.

To buy: $32; deandeluca.com.

Photo by deandeluca.com


Spicy Mexican Black Beans and Rice


Every bite of this flavorful dinner will make you feel like you’ve been transported to Mexico. The rich blend of vegetables, beans, and brown rice is good on its own, but becomes irresistible with melty Monterey Jack cheese. A red chile sauce adds a bit of heat.

To buy: $3; grocery stores nationwide.

Photo by Lean Cuisine

Lemongrass Basil Frozen Bowls


You won’t be able to put down this globally-inspired bowl of tender Alaska Pollock cooked with Southeast Asian spices. Fresh rice noodles and a lemongrass sauce bring everything together into one flavorful meal.

To buy: $5; grocery stores nationwide.

Photo by Saffron Road

Chik’n Tikka Masala Veggie Bowls


Do you love Chicken Tikka Masala but wish it was meat-free? If so, this bowl is just for you. The fluffy piece of naan is delicious when warmed, and can be used to scoop up the veggies, peas, and lentils. It’s a close runner-up to your favorite eat-in Indian joint.

To buy: $5; Kroger stores nationwide.

Photo by MorningStar Farms