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Freezer Meal Kits

Food shouldn't be complicated! Or bad for you! Or expensive! We work all the time to craft delicious freezer meals all the family can enjoy.

Our freezer meal kits are the perfect solution to those nights when you don’t have time for extensive prep work but want to avoid the drive-thru lane. Think of all your favorites! Yes! You can make dinner kits for all those great suppers (and more!) if you think about your favorite recipes in a new way.

Skip take-out and enjoy a taste of adventure with our freezer meals! We are sure no one will know it comes from the freezer!

We're heading around the world this year with inspiring flavors from all parts of the globe

Each Month, We offer A New Freezer Meal Collection that makes 5 weeknight dinners a snap!

Each release we feature a collection of meals from a different region or country

May we Celebrate Italian Food done easy!

A Little Foodie History!

For Italians, cooking and sharing food is no less than a way of life, whether it is at home with friends, in a humble trattoria or a fine-dining restaurant.

Wherever it’s eaten, it’s always based around delicious produce that elevates each and every dish. In fact, Italian food varies widely by region – and even village to village – and according to the time of year.

Many ingredients are used across the country with some more so in certain regions than others.

Broadly speaking, northern Italian food centers around butter, meat, potatoes, pork, Parmigiano and other types of cheeses, while southern cooking is more focused on olive oil, tomatoes, eggplant, capers and fresh fish

Italians are known for their use of herbs in cooking, especially oregano, basil, thyme, parsley, rosemary, and sage.

Cheese also plays an important role in Italian cuisine.

There are more than 400 types of cheese made in Italy, with Parmesan, mozzarella, and asiago among the best known worldwide. Prosciutto ham, the most popular ingredient of the Italian antipasto (first course) was first made in Parma, a city that also gave its name to Parmesan cheese.

Celebrating all things Italian in this month's freezer meal collection!


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Egg Roll In A Bowl

A super easy dinner made in the skillet. All you need is our Egg Roll in a bowl mix combined with a bag of coleslaw, an onion and optionally a sliced bell pepper and matchstick carrots. Plant-based and low carb dish. Under 4g net carbs per serving. Serves 4