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11 Healthy Frozen Foods for Kids

We all know it's a struggle to feed kids a healthy meal—especially when you're in a time crunch. These healthy frozen foods for kids will help you prep a meal and still make it to soccer, dance or your own extracurricular activities!

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Stouffers Fit Kitchen Bowlsvia

Stouffers Fit Kitchen Bowls

These protein bowls are sure to satisfy everyone in your family. The beef and broccoli variety will trick ’em into thinking you ordered Chinese. Having trouble getting your family to eat their veggies? Make these zucchini desserts.

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Applegate Natural Chicken Nuggetsvia

Applegate Natural Chicken Nuggets

What kid doesn’t love chicken nuggets? Quick and easy, these Applegate Natural nuggets are a go-to in my house before soccer on Thursdays. Not a fan of chicken nuggets? Make these meals on prep day and freeze them for your kids.

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Kidfresh Wagon Wheels updatedvia

Kidfresh Wagon Wheels

My daughter is four and still really loves a good bowl of mac and cheese. These Kidfresh wagon wheels are a hit in my house—plus the bowl sneaks in carrots for extra nutrition. Check out their bolognese (and other meal options for toddlers) if your kid needs a little variety.

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Kashi 7 Grain Frozen Wafflesvia

Kashi 7 Grain Frozen Waffles

Kashi frozen waffles are a fast and healthy frozen food for kids. Top with peanut butter or fruit for a fun and nutritious meal that can be served any time of day. If you want to make your own breakfast ahead of time, check out these freezer casseroles.

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Mama Cozzi's Cheese Pizzavia

Mama Cozzi’s Cheese Pizza

I’m a huge fan of Aldi when searching for healthy frozen foods for kids. They have so many affordable and unique options. I like to grab a Mama Cozzi’s cheese pizza for fast dinners. Top with fresh veggies of your choice, and voila! Dinner is ready.

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Lean Cuisine Favorites French Bread Pepperoni Pizzavia

Lean Cuisine Favorites French Bread Pepperoni Pizza

Lean Cuisine’s French bread pizzas are a go-to meal for kids in my home. Not only are they delicious, but they’re also something you can easily take in the car as a handheld dinner on your way to a meeting or practice.

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Evol. Bean, Rice and Cheddar Burritovia

Evol. Bean, Rice and Cheddar Burrito

If your little one doesn’t have a lot of time for lunch, heat up an Evol. frozen burrito. The simple bean, rice and cheddar combo is perfect for picky eaters and contains a good amount of protein to keep your kid satisfied.

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Amy's Vegetable Pot Pievia

Amy’s Vegetable Pot Pie

If you haven’t tried Amy’s frozen foods, check them out. From frozen pasta bowls to casseroles, they offer dishes that the whole family will love. When it comes to healthy frozen food for kids, this veggie pot pie is an excellent option.

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Bremer Lasagnavia

Bremer Lasagna

Though we do our fair share of pasta, Bremer Lasagna from Aldi is another fast, nutritious and delicious dinner. (I sometimes add more cheese for my dairy loving brood, but it’s delicious as is.) Does your family adore Italian food? Check out these Olive Garden copycat recipes.

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Earth's Best Frozen Meatballsvia

Earth’s Best Frozen Meatballs

If your little ones are meat eaters, then they’ll love these Earth’s Best frozen meatballs which are specifically marketed as a healthy frozen food for kids. We pair ours with Barilla Ready pasta which is table-ready in minutes!

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On your next Amazon order, buy a pack of Goodpops to have on hand. They contain no added sugar and come in three kid-friendly flavors—making ’em perfect for a quick dessert, snack or sunny afternoon treat. You can also make your own popsicles if you have the time. These are our favorite recipes.

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Julia K. Porter
Dr. Julia Porter began her career as a high school English teacher in Brooklyn, NY and has taught college courses since 2008. Her personal interests include reading, writing, traveling and experiencing new cultures. She lives in Indiana with her husband, daughter and a rambunctious Australian Shepherd.