Five Ways to Put Your Pantry to Use

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Pantry staples
Make the best use of your time at home by reimagining what you already have in your pantry! We’ve compiled five easy recipes using simple ingredients you already have. Whether you’re making tasty treats or mouthwatering meals, why not put those pantry staples to good use?

Lentil Tacos


Lentil Tacos

Put a twist on the traditional taco by using easy-to-eat lentils as your protein source—no grocery trip needed.

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Vegan Chili


4-Bean Vegan Chili

Rich in plant protein and fiber, this 4-Bean Chili is perfect for reheating on your days at home—guaranteed to satisfy cravings for even the pickiest eaters!

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Peas and Tuna Pasta


Pasta, Tuna and Peas with Tomato Sauce and Basil

Enjoy lightness in every bite with this simple pasta dish. Wholesome, savory and takes just 35 minutes!

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Bunny Tail


Bunny Tail Energy Bites

Go coco for coconut with these Bunny Trail Energy Bites. Packing punches of protein in every bite, these snacks are perfect for you and the kids at home!

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Peanut Butter Shake


Healthy Peanut Butter Chocolate Smoothie

Revamp how you eat peanut butter by drinking this rich, nourishing smoothie—indulging from home has never been so healthy.

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Stay Active at Home–No Gym Required

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Workout at homeNo gym equipment? No problem. Put common household items to use and get moving with a simple fitness routine. This full-body routine will take 20-30 minutes and can be modified depending on your fitness level and experience. The endorphins released during physical activity can naturally boost your mood, increase your immunity and contribute to your general well-being.

What You’ll Need:

  • Weights (Cans, water bottles, water jugs or textbooks.)
  • A sturdy chair
  • Yoga mat, beach towel or carpet

Your Routine

Complete three sets of 10 repetitions for each exercise. Rest for 30-60 seconds between sets. Remember to stay hydrated by sipping water throughout the routine and don’t forget to warm up! Begin by walking in place and stretching for at least five minutes.

Exercise 1: Weighted Squats

Beginners: do not use weights. Use a sturdy chair for stability if needed.

Directions:

  1. Begin by standing with feet shoulder-width apart.
  2. With a straight back, bend knees to lower down into a seated position.
  3. Keep your weight in your heels as you stand up and return to the starting position.

Exercise 2: Incline Push-ups

The higher the incline, the easier this exercise will be. Beginners: consider using a kitchen counter or the back of a couch instead of a chair.

Directions:

  1. Place your hands slightly wider than shoulder-width apart on the seat of the chair.
  2. Walk your feet backwards until your body is at a 45-degree angle.
  3. Bend your arms and gently lower your body as close to the chair as possible.
  4. Straighten your arms to return to the starting position.

Exercise 3: Abdominal Crunch with Chair

Use a yoga mat or carpet to protect your back during this exercise.

Directions:

  1. Position the chair in front of your body.
  2. While lying on your back, lift your legs to a 90-degree angle. Legs will rest on the seat of the chair.
  3. Place hands behind your head to cradle your neck. While keeping legs stationary, engage your abdominal muscles to slowly lift your shoulders off the floor.
  4. Lower your shoulders back to the floor to return to the starting position.

Exercise 4: Triceps Dips

Intermediate-advanced groups: Increase the intensity of this exercise by lifting one leg parallel to the floor, alternating legs between sets.

Directions:

  1. Position the chair a few inches behind your body.
  2. With the chair behind you, place your palms on the edge of the chair with fingers pointing to the floor. Rest your weight on your hands and lower your body until thighs are parallel to the floor.
  3. Bend your elbows to lower your hips as close to the floor as possible.
  4. Engage triceps to push back up to the starting position.

Exercise 5: Split Squat with Chair

Intermediate-advanced groups: Increase the intensity of this exercise by including weight. Hold the weighted item to your chest as you perform each rep.

Directions:

  1. Stand roughly two feet in front of the chair with your feet hip-distance apart.
  2. Place right foot on the chair behind you, with toes positioned securely on the seat of the chair.
  3. Looking straight ahead, bend your left knee and lower your body down towards the floor. Aim for your left thigh to be parallel to the ground.
  4. Return to the starting position by pushing up on your left leg.
  5. Repeat the steps above for three sets of 10 reps with your right leg on the chair. Switch legs and repeat on the other side.
Don’t forget to stretch and cool down after your workout!

Freezing Fresh Foods the Right Way

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Frozen Fruit in BagWe’re all spending more time at home these days, so why not spend some of it learning to extend the life of your produce? Freezing food is one of the best ways to combat food waste and allows you to have plenty of food on hand for an extended period of time.

What You’ll Need

  • Veggies and fruit of choice
  • A pot of water
  • Salt
  • An ice bath (a bowl or bucket of water with ice in it)
  • Colander
  • Large sheet pan
  • Freezer bags or resealable plastic containers
  • Freezer set to 0˚ F or colder
  • Freezing Fresh Produce

    The best way to freeze fresh vegetables is to blanch them first. Blanching is a simple cooking technique that prepares the food to preserve freshness. First, you want to prepare the food as you would if you were getting ready to eat it (e.g. trim stems from green beans, cut cauliflower or broccoli into florets, peel and slice carrots and so on). Next, boil a pot of water and just before adding the vegetables, add a couple of teaspoons of salt to the water. Salt helps to maintain color and improve flavor, but it may be omitted if you wish. Add the vegetables to the pot in small batches so that the water continues to boil and cook them for a minute or two. Using a colander, immediately drain and transfer the vegetables to an ice-water bath to halt the cooking process. After draining, spread them out onto a large sheet pan to dry thoroughly (wet veggies will develop frost), spread onto a sheet pan, freeze, then transfer to freezer bags and store in your freezer. Freezing fruits is similar, but you can skip the blanching step.

    Freezing Fresh Herbs

    You can freeze fresh herbs by chopping them, mixing them with a small amount of water or olive oil and then freezing the mixture in ice cube trays. Once frozen, transfer the cubes to freezer bags for storage.

DIY Natural Spring Cleaners

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Need spring cleaning inspiration?

Many products we use to clean our homes have harsh chemicals that can be harmful to our children and pets. Revamp your spring cleaning routine with these natural, DIY cleaning products from our friends at Fresh Mommy Blog, Recipes to Nourish and Root + Revel! These homemade natural cleaners are created with ingredients from Sprouts that are natural and chemical-free. And the best part is, you may already have some of the items in your home.

Chemical-free Stainless-steel Cleaner by Fresh Mommy Blog

This DIY glass and stainless steel cleaner is streak-free with the addition of a simple surprise ingredient. It’s natural, chemical-free and easy to make with items you probably already have around the house!

Ingredients:DIY Natural Cleaners: Stainless-steel cleaner with at-home ingredients

  • Glass bottle in a 16 oz. size at least (stainless steel is also safe.)
  • Spray top
  • 1 cup of Distilled water
  • ½ cup Alcohol
  • ½ cup Sprouts White Vinegar
  • 1 Tbsp. Corn starch
  • 6 drops Pure orange essential oil (optional)
  • 6 drops Pure lemon essential oil (optional)

Instructions:

  1. Using a funnel, add ½ cup of vinegar to the glass bottle.
  2. Add ½ cup rubbing alcohol. (Optional: remove from recipe or replace with vodka.)
  3. Pour 1 tablespoon cornstarch in through the funnel.
  4. Top with 1 cup distilled water. This will also help to get the rest of the cornstarch out of the funnel.
  5. Optional: add 10–12 drops of essential oil for extra disinfecting power and scent.
  6. Assemble spray top on the bottle and shake well before each use.

Non-toxic Toilet Bowl Cleaner by Root + Revel

Looking for a safe and non-toxic way to clean your bathroom? This DIY Toilet Cleaner recipe is a natural and effective way to clean and deodorize your toilet. To make fizzy homemade toilet bombs, pods or tablets, all you need is five natural ingredients for a deep cleaning you won’t believe (no scrubbing required)!

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup Sprouts Baking Soda
  • 1/4 cup Citric acid
  • 1 Tbsp. Dr. Bronner’s Sal Suds
  • 1 tsp. Hydrogen peroxide
  • 25 drops Essential oils (I recommend peppermint)

diy toilet cleanerInstructions:

  1. In a large glass bowl, whisk baking soda and citric acid together until blended.
  2. Very slowly, add Sal Suds, hydrogen peroxide and essential oils, mixing slowly as you go to ensure you don’t activate the dry ingredients. The mixture should be dry enough that you can mold it into balls, but wet enough that it doesn’t fall apart.
  3. Fill a silicone mold with cleaning mixture, or you can form small balls (about the size of golf balls) with your hands and place on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper to avoid sticking.
  4. Allow the toilet bombs to air dry about 6–8 hours or overnight.
  5. Transfer to a glass jar and store in the bathroom.
Notes: I place these in the bowl of my toilet every 5–10 flushes to keep the toilet bowl clean and smelling great!  

Refrigerator Cleaner with At-home Ingredients by Recipes to Nourish

It’s so easy to make your own DIY refrigerator cleaner with three common ingredients. This lemon-herb vinegar mixture is money-saving, chemical-free and very effective for cleaning.

Ingredients:Natural fridge cleaner

To Make the Lemon-Herb Vinegar
  • 4 cups Sprouts Organic Distilled White Vinegar
  • 5 Lemon peels – yellow rind and white pith only, not the inside flesh
  • 1 lg. sprig Fresh rosemary or thyme
  • 1 quart or ½ gallon Mason jar with lid
To Make the Refrigerator Cleaner
  • 1 cup Lemon-herb vinegar
  • 1 cup Water, very hot
  • 1 Dish sponge or cloth rag
  • 1 Spray bottle – preferably glass OR large glass bowl

Instructions:

To Make the Lemon-Herb Vinegar
  1. Add the lemon peels and rosemary or thyme to a ½ gallon (8-cup) Mason jar.
  2. Pour 4 cups of vinegar over the lemon peels and herbs, making sure they are covered and submerged.
  3. Cover with a lid and let sit on the counter, out of direct sunlight, for 1 week or up to 2 weeks.
  4. Strain the lemon-herb vinegar through a fine-mesh strainer into a quart (4-cup) Mason jar.
To Clean the Refrigerator
  1. Add the lemon-herb vinegar and hot water to a spray bottle or a large glass bowl.
  2. If using a spray bottle, spray the mixture onto all refrigerator surfaces like the walls, drawers and shelves and use a dish sponge or cloth rag to wipe down and clean the surfaces.
  3. If using a glass bowl, soak and ring out a dish sponge or cloth rag in the lemon-herb vinegar water solution and wipe down and clean all of the refrigerator surfaces.
  4. Repeat steps as needed until the inside of the refrigerator is clean.
Notes:
  • Advance preparation is required.
  • Yield: 1-quart lemon-herb vinegar
  • Storage: Can be stored in a covered glass container for up to a year.
  • Uses: Save leftover mixture for weekly refrigerator spot-treatment maintenance or for monthly deep-cleaning. Alternatively, you can add the remaining lemon-herb vinegar to a spray bottle with filtered water using a 1:1 ratio and use as an all-purpose natural cleaner for cleaning most surfaces. [Note: Vinegar is known to kill up to 80 percent of bacteria, mold and most germs.]
  • Tip: If you have some stubborn spills in your refrigerator you can sprinkle a little baking soda over the stubborn spill and do a light spray of the cleaning mixture, then put a little elbow grease into it. Baking soda is one of the best natural cleaners when you need something a bit more abrasive.

How to Clean Your Makeup Brush without Harsh Chemicals by Root + Revel

Say goodbye to toxic chemicals and expensive store-bought products. For this DIY Makeup Brush Cleaner, you only need three ingredients to create an easy and effective homemade solution.

women's hand cleaning makeup brushesIngredients:

  • 1 oz. Sprouts Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1/2 oz. Lavender castile soap
  • 6 drops Organic tea tree oil

Instructions:

  1. In a large glass bowl, combine all 3 ingredients and stir to combine.
  2. Swirl your makeup brushes in the cleaning solution until thoroughly coated.
  3. In a second glass or bowl filled with clean water, swirl the coated brush until rinsed through. (You can go back and forth between the cleaning solution and the water as many times as you need to until the brush is completely clean and all color is gone. Sometimes it helps to rinse under the faucet, as well.)
  4. When you’re done, simply pat the brush on a clean microfiber cloth and lay flat to dry. (I like to let my brushes dry overnight, but it usually takes about 6–8 hours to dry naturally.)

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Homemade Easter Baskets

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Create a thoughtful Easter basket for every-bunny!

Make a beautiful Easter basket at home this year full of unique and thoughtful items! Whether you’re going for bright, pastel-colored treats or a healthy, low-sugar basket with self-care goodness, you can craft a delightful basket sure to make anyone hoppy this Easter.

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DIY Easter Baking Basket

Products:

  • Sprouts Organic Dark Chocolate Bar
  • Sprouts Organic Milk Chocolate Bar with Caramel
  • Miss Jones Co Organic Vanilla Cake Mix
  • Miss Jones Co Organic Vanilla Buttercream Frosting
  • Miss Jones Co Organic Cream Cheese Frosting
  • Watkins Rainbow Decorating Sprinkles
  • Sprouts Jordan Almonds
  • Sprouts Jelly Beans
  • Cupcake liners
  • Easter cards

Fill it with:

  1. Place Jordan almonds and jellybeans into clear bags and tie each bag with a piece of string or ribbon.
  2. Place yellow crumbled paper in the bottom of the basket and arrange the candy and other items in the basket.

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Low-sugar easter basket

Low-sugar and Self-care Basket

Fill it with:

  • Catalina Crunch Low Sugar Cereal
  • Made Good Granola Bars
  • KIND Bars
  • RX Bar Oatmeal Cups
  • Barnana Plantain Chips
  • Annie’s Bunnies Snacks
  • Smart Sweets Gummy Candy
  • Lily’s Sweets Chocolate Bar
  • JoJo’s Chocolate Bites
  • No sugar added gum
  • Lacroix
  • Kids Zevia
  • Hair brush
  • Sprouts Essentials Lavendar Bath Bomb
  • Loofah
  • Sprouts Essentials Cherry Lip Balm
  • Sprouts Essentials Bar Soap
  • Miniature hand sanitizers

Instructions:

  1. Arrange items in a basket of choice, lined with colorful tissue or shredded paper.

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Low-sugar easter basket

Kid-friendly Easter Basket

Fill it with:

  • Angie’s Artisan Treats Boom Chicka Pop Light Kettle Corn
  • Annie’s Homegrown Organic Easter Grahams
  • Olipop Cherry Vanilla Prebiotic Sparkling Tonic
  • Partake Birthday Cake Cookies
  • Powercrunch Kids Strawberry Shortcake Protein Snack
  • Chomps Original Turkey Stick
  • Hint Raspberry Hint Water
  • Miss Jones Baking Co Organic Cream Cheese Frosting
  • Miss Jones Baking Co Organic Chocolate Cake Mix
  • Rx Nut Butter Vanilla Almond Butter Packet
  • Sprouts Jordan Almonds
  • Sprouts Lavender Bath Bomb

Instructions:

  1. Arrange items in a basket of choice, lined with colorful tissue or shredded paper.

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Immune Boosting Tips

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Seasonal Wellness Items

Boost your immune system, naturally!

Boost your immune system naturally and feel your best with vitamins, supplements and homeopathic remedies from Sprouts! Our friendly and knowledgeable vitamin team members are happy to guide you through the aisles to help you stay well this season.

Keep Your Hands Clean

One of the best ways to reduce your chances of spreading germs is to simply keep your hands clean and minimize touching your face. You might think this is a no-brainer, but washing your hands properly can make a big difference. Opt for natural soaps and hand sanitizers instead of harsh, anti-bacterial soaps.

Fill Nutritional Gaps

Some say that eating a proper diet is all you need to get your recommended daily vitamins, minerals and nutrients for optimal health. But despite our best efforts, we often miss our nutritional mark by eating foods that lack many key nutrients. The good news? A simple, daily regimen of incorporating multivitamins, omega-rich oils, probiotics and superfoods can help bridge the nutritional gaps where your diet may fall short. Check out the Sprouts Essential 4 Supplements to kick-start your immunity!

Herbal Defense

It’s all too easy to forget the importance of strengthening the body’s defenses before illness strikes. While tending to your immune system at any time never hurts, you will thank yourself for doing it sooner rather than later. Echinacea is a great place to start! Studies show it can support your immune function by helping to stimulate white blood cells. In addition to Echinacea, adaptogens are a simple way to support your body. This special group of plants can help balance, protect and restore the body from daily stressors.

Elderberry Power

Elderberries are a concentrated source of two antioxidants: quercetin and anthocyanin. These powerful antioxidants enhance the body’s immune response by increasing the production of cytokines. Cytokines are the immune system’s messengers, helping to regulate the body’s response to disease, inflammation and infection. The high antioxidant capacity in elderberries neutralizes harmful, free-radicals and helps support the body’s immunity against illness and disease. Elderberries are also an excellent source of vitamins A and C. Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant, which is part of what makes it a great addition to your immune-boosting arsenal.

Homeopathic Remedies

Homeopathic tinctures and supplements are a natural way to stay well year-round. Try incorporating good-for-you minerals like zinc and magnesium, or utilizing Boiron Oscillococcinum at the onset of symptoms. Not sure where to start? Shop for these homeopathic brands to keep on hand:
  • Genexa Homeopathic
  • Nature’s Way Umcka
  • Boiron

Oil of Oregano

Oil of Oregano is a powerful, natural remedy that can help you prepare in advance to fight off symptoms. Made from the Oregano plant, it contains Thymol, a natural anti-septic and Beta-Caryophyllene, which can help reduce inflammation. Simply use a few drops in your hand soap for anti-microbial properties, convenient capsules or 2-3 liquid drops under your tongue for daily defense.

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Not sure where to start? Let our vitamin team members help!

With so many options to choose from, it can be hard to know which vitamins and supplements are best for you! We’ve rounded up some of our team member’s favorite products to help you navigate all the different varieties in-store. Looking for something specific? Our friendly and knowledgeable team members are there to help!

Herb Pharm Immune Season

“It’s the perfect blend of herbs to support your immune system and a powerful adaptogen for when you’re feeling under the weather.*” 

– Emilee
Scottsdale, AZ

Nature’s Way Elderberry Gummies

“Not only do these gummies help boost your immune system, they are delicious!*”   

– Nico
Englewood, CO

Source Naturals Wellness Formula

“Wellness Formula is jam-packed with vitamin C, minerals and a powerful mix of herbs. Plus, it’s affordable and effective!*”  

– Samad
Seminole, FL


Feel your best with these simple, wellness tonics!

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

New For You

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Ripple Plant-Based Ice Cream

Ripple Plant-Based Ice Cream

Ripple’s new plant-based ice cream just landed at Sprouts and each flavor will leave you wanting more. With a sweet and creamy texture, you’ll want to try them all!
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Woke Protein Energy Bars

Protein, energy and collagen all-in-one? Yes, please! Snack smarter with grass-fed collagen, protein and ghee. Carefully crafted without soy, sugar alcohols or gluten.
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FBomb Nut Butter

Real food, real fat and really good! Fuel your day with a delicious blend of macadamia nuts in a silky nut butter–full of natural ingredients and available in a variety of creative flavors!
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Miyokos European-style Cultured Vegan Butter

Take your dishes to a whole new level with this European-style, vegan butter with active cultures for a healthy gut. Its rich texture is perfect for spreading on your morning toast or favorite baked goods.
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One Plant Protein Bar

Your go-to protein bar just got sweeter! Indulge in this plant-based banana bread bar packed with the familiar, nutty flavor you crave. With only one gram of sugar and 20 grams of protein, it’s better than your favorite loaf!

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Seven St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

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Bring some luck to the table!

Create a festive spread of St. Patrick’s Day inspired dishes that feature all the classics like hearty potatoes, crisp cabbage and tender corned beef. Everyone can celebrate this colorful holiday with these diet-friendly recipes like vegan potato and leek soup, keto Shepard’s pie made with cauliflower, and so much more!

Roasted cabbage with green tahini sauce

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Roasted Green Cabbage with Green Tahini Sauce

Roasted cabbage is a simple St. Patrick’s Day dish! The leaves are crunchy on the outside with a soft and tender inside, topped with a delicious tahini sauce.

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Corned Beef Galette

Ready-to-use pie dough is filled with melted cheese, sauerkraut and corned beef for a delicious meal or appetizer.

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Vegetable Irish Stew with Cabbage

Vegetable Irish stew is packed with nutrients and flavor! Mushrooms, carrots, cabbage and garlic are combined to create this hearty and filling vegetarian dish.

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Petite potato bites with chives

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St. Patrick’s Day Potato Bites

These poppable bites are salty, savory and extra delectable. The Dubliner cheese adds a unique flavor that will have your taste buds wanting more.

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Creamy Vegan Potato Soup with Leeks

Fill up on this oh-so-creamy vegan soup with baby potatoes, vegan butter and sautèed leeks.

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Irish potatoes and cauliflower bowl

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Garlic Colcannon

Colcannon is a traditional Irish mashed potato dish combined with leafy greens such as kale or cabbage. This tasty version is full of flavor from leeks, garlic and cabbage.

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Cauliflower Shepard's pie

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Cheesy Cauliflower Shepherd’s Pie

Cheesy cauliflower Shepherd’s pie is a keto-friendly twist on the classic Irish potato and meat dish.

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Easy Weeknight Meals with Frozen Goodies

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Easy Weeknight Meals with Frozen Goodies

Get ready to master your meals at home with delicious freezer-finds. Stock up on your favorite frozen foods and use them to create these tasty breakfast and dinner dishes. You’ll be surprised at how these recipes from our blogger friends come together so easily and taste so fresh!

Did you know?

Because they’re picked at peak ripeness and frozen shortly after harvest, frozen fruits and vegetables retain their vitamins, minerals and taste!

Six Recipes Using Frozen Ingredients

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At-home meals are a cinch with these easy, freezer-friendly recipes! Pick up these ingredients ahead of time and whip them up next time you’re in a pinch.

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BBQ Chicken Quesadillas

These hearty BBQ chicken quesadillas are sweet, spicy and delicious. They’re gluten-free and made with only seven ingredients.

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One-Skillet Lemon Garlic Shrimp and Vegetables

This easy, one-skillet recipe is packed with fresh ingredients and perfect for those busy weeknights.

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Veggie Burger Pasta Bowl

Enjoy fresh, colorful veggies in this pasta bowl packed with plant-based protein!

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Taco Waffles

These savory waffles are made with Sprouts Organic Hash Browns, seasoned ground beef and all your favorite toppings.

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Pesto Greens Pizza

Go ahead and reach for that second slice! This pizza is topped with good-for-you greens and a savory pesto.

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Beyond Meat Burgers with Shiitake Mushrooms

Create a mouthwatering, vegetarian burger that everyone will love. It’s quick and easy!

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