There’s so much to love about the month of September, especially since it just so happens to be National Potato Month! The average American eats about 124 pounds of potatoes per year, while Germans eat about twice as much. Today, potatoes are grown in all 50 states of the U.S. and in about 125 countries throughout the world.
“Game Day” season is upon us! It’s time for tailgating, get togethers around the big screen TV and cheering on your favorite team while enjoying savory and mouthwatering snacks. Whether you like football, basketball or anything in between, the frozen aisles at the grocery store provide all the answers for delicious snack recipes and easy to prepare products. You’ll have your game day menu ready in no time!
September is National Chicken Month! There are so many ways to dress up this versatile American staple. It’s no wonder that chicken is the most consumed protein in the U.S. In fact, Americans eat more chicken than anyone else in the world – more than 90 pounds per capita in 2015. Let’s take a trip around the world for some inspiration to liven up your weekly menu.
With the school season in full swing, it’s imperative that you put your children on the bus with full bellies. Breakfast is the most important meal as it gives you the fuel you need to get you through your day, and it’s especially important for growing kids. Fortunately, the frozen food and dairy aisles in the grocery store are stocked with convenient and delicious breakfast ideas and products to make the mornings easier and ensure your kiddos are ready to learn and tackle the day!
Did you know that August marks National Sandwich Month and National Panini Month? People in the United States eat an estimated 300 million sandwiches every day — that averages to about one a day for every American. Nearly 60% of adults pack a sandwich for lunch at least once a week, and nearly 70% of parents pack a sandwich for a child’s lunch at least once a week.
Summer may be winding down, but there’s still plenty of time to enjoy all of your favorite fruits and vegetables of the season. While frozen fruits and veggies can be enjoyed year-round, there’s something truly special about summer’s bounty. We love the versatility of fruits and veggies and how they can be added to a variety of recipes, both savory and sweet, spanning from breakfast to dessert. Below is a collection of some of our favorite summer produce and must-try recipes and meals.
Crescent rolls are a staple at nearly every family holiday, but there’s no reason you shouldn’t include them in your every day meals! From breakfast to dinner and all the snacking in between, we have you covered with some of our favorite crescent roll recipes!
As you’re well aware, July is National Ice Cream Month! With so much innovation in the ice cream and frozen desserts aisle over the years, there are treats for everyone; whether you’re dairy-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, etc. With today’s changing health situations and adapted ways of living, major ice cream companies have made the shift of producing ice cream both for those who enjoy dairy products and those who do not. That way ice cream and other frozen desserts can be enjoyed by anyone and everyone!
Did you know July is National Hot Dog Month? We’re not at all surprised since the entire month seems to be filled with cookouts, carnivals, sporting events and fairs (all of which hot dogs are typically consumed). In celebration, we thought it’d be super fun to throw a backyard bash featuring this delicious grill staple! But, before we get into that, we wanted to do a little digging on hot dogs…
Summer is officially here and our Cool Food Panelists have been creating new and exciting recipes to keep you cool this summer. With June being Dairy Month, our panelists have created the following summer recipes using some of our dairy aisle favorites! These delicious, dairy-inspired foods are sure to fill you with flavor and cool down your taste buds in the summer heat!