This post is sponsored by the NFRA. All comments and opinions are my own
If you haven’t checked out the list of deals on the Cool Food For Families promo, you might want to take a look. This is one of my favorite promos as it give us the chance to stock up on delicious refrigerated and frozen foods and save some money to boot.
Pick up tasty snacks, veggies, meats, seafood, treats, dessert and so much more. You’ll find lots of your family’s favorite products on sale as part of the Extra Savings Flyer valid 3/13 to 3/26 at Publix.
Make some room in your fridge and freezer then check out the deals that you can grab –
Halo Top Keto Pops or Pint
-$1/1 Halo Top Keto Pops or Pint Extra Savings Flyer In-Ad Publix Coupon (valid 3/13 to 3/26)
Ripple Dairy-Free Milk, 48 oz
-$1/1 Ripple Dairy-Free Milk, 48 oz Extra Savings Flyer In-Ad Publix Coupon (valid 3/13 to 3/26)
–$1/1 Ripple Foods Milk Bottle, 48 oz
Friendship Dairies Cottage Cheese, 16 oz, Farmer’s Cheese, 7.5 oz, or Buttermilk, Quart
-B1G1 Friendship Dairies Cottage Cheese, 16 oz, Farmer’s Cheese, 7.5 oz, or Buttermilk, Quart Extra Savings Flyer In-Ad Publix Coupon (valid 3/13 to 3/26)
Fage Greek Yogurt, 35.3 oz, 2/$10
Earth Balance Spread, 10 to 16 oz, 2/$6
Egg Beaters, 32 oz, 2/$8
Reddi Wip, 6.5 oz, 2/$5
Quorn Meatless Nuggets, Patties, Pieces, Dippers or Fillets, Frozen, 7.05 to 12 oz, $3.99
–$1/1 Quorn Product Meatless Products (Including vegan)
Green Giant Cauliflower Breadsticks, Pizza or Pizza Crust, Frozen, 7.8 to 10 oz, $4.49
–$1/1 Green Giant Cauliflower Pizza Crust
Green Giant Veggie Tots, Gnocchi or Spirals, Frozen, 10 to 14 oz, $3.49
–$1/1 Green Giant Veggie Tots, Riced Veggies, Mashed Cauliflower, Roasted Veggies, Harvest Protein Bowls, or Cauliflower Pizza Crust
–$1/1 Green Giant Veggie Tots, Riced Veggies, Mashed Cauliflower, Roasted Veggies, or Veggie Spirals
–$1/1 Green Giant Cauliflower Gnocchi
Tillamook Ice Cream Sandwiches, 4 pk, 2/$8
Coolhaus Awesome Ice Cream, Pint, 2/$8
Jeni’s Ice Cream, Pint, $6.99
Brazi Bites Brazilian Cheese Bread or Empanadas, Frozen, 10 to 11.5 oz, $3.99
–$1/1 Brazi Bites Product
Path of Life Blends or Roasted Garlic Cauliflower, Frozen, 10 oz, 2/$6
Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Cups, 4 oz, 10/$10
Breyers Carb Smart Bars, 6 pk, 2/$6
Marie Callender’s Dessert Pie, 6 to 10 oz, $1.99
–$10 Publix Gift Card wyb $30 – Frozen Rewards Club Rebate eligible item
Being able to look to the freezer for a little help makes mealtime quick and convenient. Whether you’re looking for vegan, ethnic, gluten-free, organic or antibiotic-free meat…the frozen food aisle has it all. Today’s frozen foods are created and tested by chefs and nutritionists using on trend ingredients and flavors. You can find foods and flavors to suit everyone!
Remember, frozen foods last much longer than their fresh counterparts. Use just what you need and put the rest back in the freezer for next time. You know what that means… less waste and more savings—that’s got to make you happy.
- Many frozen foods are perfectly-portioned so there’s no waste.
- You are paying for 100% edible food – no stalks, seeds or rinds.
- Frozen foods are consistently priced year-round
How about a list of tips to help you get the most out of those tasty frozen & refrigerated foods you love. For the best food quality and safety measures, use the following tips when shopping, storing, thawing and cooking frozen and refrigerated foods.
- Make the frozen food and dairy departments your last stop in the supermarket.
- Select frozen food packages that are clean and firm. Discolored packages and large amounts of frost may mean that the package has not been kept at the appropriate temperature during storage.
- When bagging groceries, pack all frozen food and refrigerated food together to help maintain their cold temperature.
REFRIGERATOR AND FREEZER STORAGE TIPS
- Keep the refrigerator temperature at or below 40° F and the freezer at 0° F. Use a refrigerator/freezer thermometer to make sure the proper temperature is maintained.
- Put a purchase date on all frozen food products, then rotate foods, putting newly purchased items in the back of the freezer. Use products on a “first in, first out” basis.
- Don’t over-fill the freezer. The freezer should be about 3/4 full, leaving room for air to circulate around food.
- The best way to minimize freezer burn is to avoid temperature fluctuations within your freezer (e.g. make sure the door is kept closed and freezer is about 3/4 full.) In addition, ensure products are wrapped well, in air-tight packaging.
- Try to not open the freezer or refrigerated unless it’s necessary. When you do, don’t linger with the door open.
- Most frozen foods are intended to be cooked directly from the frozen state. They are not meant to be stored in the refrigerator before cooking or eating.
- Do not refreeze thawed frozen foods for safety and quality reasons.
- Never defrost food at room temperature. Only thaw food in the refrigerator, in cold water or in the microwave.
- Food thawed in cold water or in the microwave should be cooked immediately.
- You should not eat frozen foods before following cooking instructions on the package.
- Be sure to follow the package cooking instructions for optimal food safety and quality.
- Use a food thermometer which measures the internal temperature of cooked meat, poultry and egg dishes, to make sure that the food is cooked to a safe internal temperature. See Safe Internal Temperatures PDF
- If your microwave’s wattage is lower than the wattage on the label’s instructions, it will take longer to cook the food to a safe internal temperature.