6 Frozen Veggie Recipes That Will Rock Your World, and Your Freezer

Did you know that when vegetables are flash frozen, nutrients are actually locked in, foregoing the need for preservatives while still preserving the quality they had when first harvested?! Well, you do now!

And just like that, your freezer has become your new best friend.

Check out these six frozen veggie recipes – they’re super easy to make, super tasty and perfect for any kitchen table big or small.

Cheesy Beef Shepherd’s Pie

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Something about shepherd’s pie just warms the heart. It’s savory and indulgent. It’s simple yet sophisticated. It’s an age-old dish that never fails to satisfy – even the pickiest of eaters can delight in adding it to their plate.

Zucchini Spirals with Lemon Garlic Shrimp

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Spiraled veggies are the sensation that’s been sweeping the nation for the better part of the past few years, so we went ahead did what any good friend would do and spiraled them for you! Impress the family or your next virtual dinner party with a zucchini spiral dish that can be whipped up in less than 20 minutes.

Easy Fried Rice

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Nothing says “versatile” quite like a big pot of fried rice. We’ve outlined the perfect recipe below, but don’t let that stop you from adding your own flair! Whether you’re tossing in leftovers, adding spice from your pantry or a protein of your choice, there’s no way it’ll come out anything less than extraordinary.

One Pot Southwestern Pasta

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Put a little extra pep in your step with this zesty recipe, full of flavorful carbs and your favorite veggies. It’s perfect for meal prep and leftovers but watch out – there’s a good chance you polish off the pot before the day is through! It’s that good.

Mexican Street Corn Elote Bowl

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Transport your kitchen to the streets of Mexico City with this flavor-packed, fresh-lime-squeezed specialty guaranteed to delight your taste buds. Plus, it only takes 25 minutes to make so you have more time for the things that really matter – like catching up on episodes of your favorite streaming TV show.

Pasta Primavera

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With nothing more than a few pantry staples and some frozen veggies, you can make this iconic dish in half-an-hour. It’s practically effortless, and it’ll leave you and yours wanting more! Pro tip: If you don’t have any asiago cheese, use Parmesan. We won’t tell.

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