Ideas for National Frozen Food Month – March 2022
Posted on Wednesday, March 9th, 2022 at 7:00 am
March is National Frozen Food Month. Frozen food has been around for a very long time. According to National Today, the first commercial ice-making machine was invented by James Harrison in 1851. He was a British journalist who had emigrated to Australia. In 1924, Clarence Birdseye is credited with inventing the quick and easy freezing method we know today.
Your family can participate in National Frozen Food Month and start anytime in March. Here are some ideas.
Plan a Frozen Dinner Night
There are a variety of ways you can make this happen. Pick up some frozen “TV dinners” from the grocery store, and use that as the main portion of your family’s meal that night. Use up the “leftovers” from a night when you made too much food and had to put some in the freezer. Those frozen foods will stay good for a long time (if you stored them properly).
Freeze Fresh Foods at the end of their Season
Fresh foods are wonderful. Unfortunately, if you bought too much, the fruit or vegetables might go bad before you could eat them. One way to prevent this is to buy the fresh produce at the end of its season and freeze some of it. You can thaw it when you need it.
Easy Home Meals has easy home meal’s recipes, tips, and more. These include a video of “Shortcut Meatball – Soup – March Frozen Food Month 2022 Show”, a recipe for Creamy Cheese Tortellini, and more! You should be able to find some recipes that include frozen food that your family will enjoy.
Easy Home Meals is currently offering a March Frozen Food Month coupon giveaway. You can enter by filling out a short form that wants your email address – and for you to confirm your email address. You could end up with a coupon for frozen food!