Best frozen foods according to redditors

We found 181 Reddit comments discussing the best frozen foods. We ranked the 101 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Frozen appetizers & snacks
Forzen bread & dough
Frozen breakfast foods
Frozen desserts & toppings
Frozen fruits
Ice creams & frozen novelties
Frozen juices
Frozen meals & entrees
Frozen meat
Frozen pasta & sauces
Frozen pizzas
Frozen potatoes & onion rings
Frozen seafood
Frozen vegetables

Top Reddit comments about Frozen Foods:

u/Extramrdo · 44 pointsr/SkyrimTogether

no you need to own skyrim

u/gigabyte898 · 44 pointsr/Disneyland

You can buy the soft serve mix on Amazon direct from Dole. The mix can be made in any consumer ice cream maker. According to the product description it's "Exactly the same as found in Disneyland and Hawaii".

u/grey_sky · 9 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Dry Roasted Edamame.

20$ for 12 large packs on Amazon. Free shipping with Prime.

Super packed with protein and fiber. Only 500 calories per bag. I usually eat half a bag if I have some crazy munchies. They are super tasty and can be bought with different flavors. I prefer the lightly salted to keep the sodium levels lower.

u/iheartmetal13 · 8 pointsr/Disneyland
u/Mistress_Jedana · 7 pointsr/JUSTNOMIL
u/believeitornotjail · 7 pointsr/1200isplenty
u/Gravesplitter · 7 pointsr/nostalgia

Yeah it’s not too bad lol. Just don’t need 100 pizzas or really have the room. Link here: Tonys 51 Percent Whole Grain Sausage and Country Gravy Breakfast Pizza - 128 per case.

u/midsummernightstoker · 5 pointsr/Fitness

Edamame, assuming you don't also have a soy allergy. It's loaded with protein and fiber.

u/dreadpiratemumbles · 5 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Having had that exact brand, I'll warn you that it's really, really easy to eat an entire bag in one sitting.

What you could try instead (if you have such a store near you): my local Fleet Farm sells dry roasted, salted, edamame. (They also have peas!) They look like this. I personally buy them at Fleet Farm because they go on sale a lot $4/2 for 12oz bags, which is significantly cheaper than ordering off of Amazon.

edit: a few words

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u/Drink-my-koolaid · 4 pointsr/Baking

Here, if you have an ice cream maker, make some soft serve pineapple Dole Whip and pretend you're at the Polynesian or Adventureland :)

u/SloAg · 4 pointsr/loseit

Carbmaster Yogurts are great:

Just be sure you get the type with the following nutrition facts because there are a few sneaky variants (you can easily tell by the packaging) that have 2x-3x as many calories: 60 cal, 9p, 1.5f, 4c. I've seen them sold at Food 4 Less, Foods Co, Kroger, and Ralph's.

This roasted edamame is a good on-the-go snack, just pay attention to the serving size (2 per pouch!):

If you like guacamole, Costco sells these 100 calorie-sized packs that are plenty to use with sandwiches or as a dip:,-2-oz,-20-ct.product.11961611.html

Speaking of dip, Quest also makes protein chips:

Some people say they can taste the protein a little too much but I personally love the Cheddar, Sour Cream & Onion, and the Sea Salt flavors.

u/eggn00dles · 3 pointsr/Supplements

Russian Bear 5000

5000 calories per serving

u/elizalemon · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

i am also very intrigued. i found it on amazon and in the questions and answers sections it has directions for home machines.

u/Kittenmittons91 · 3 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

I love dry roasted edamame. It goes for $2 a bag by me, if you don't want to buy online, but the Amazon price is really good. It's crunchy and just a little salty, and a handful or two keeps me full for a while. They have a wasabi flavor, as well.

u/rekstout · 3 pointsr/keto

Dry Roasted Soy Beans aren't too bad, I'm partial to the wasabi flavor myself

u/GreyMatt3rs · 3 pointsr/ABCDesis

I don't know if your cutting or bulking but these are for cutting, if I was bulking I imagine I would maybe use more fats or something. I've been cutting for a looonnngg time. I went from 278lbs and just weighed in today at 207, started heavy lifting when I was at 230. So I had to make meals I enjoy eating and I cut down on cooking time as much as possible without resorting to meal prepping because I don't really have that kind of room in the fridge. I actually make meals following recipes (I make some adjustments) instead of eating like a bowl of broccoli with a bowl of beans etc., because if I didn't I can't imagine how I could sustain it long enough to lose the amount of weight I have/had to lose. So these recipes just work for me. I've done macro ratios splits (and been really precise about it before) but right now all I care about its hitting protein as high as I can, while keeping the fats in the 15-20% range and letting the carbs fall where they are but I try to keep high carbs like 45-50%. I average 172g protein. I calculate the macros for all the recipes using myfitnesspal's recipe maker.


Alright so I eat oatmeal sprinkled with cinnamon everyday made with nonfat milk which gives me enough carbs plus 14g protein to power me through my workouts. Some days I add a tbsp or 2 peanut butter if I'm low on fats that day also gives extra protein. If you don't care for carbs I would make something else like a egg white breakfast burrito or something.


  • Protein Shakes

    The supplements is where I get a good amount of my protein. I'll have 2-3 whey protein shakes at least one with nonfat milk.

  • Protein Bars

    I also make and eat one of these no bake protein bars everyday. They make 10 bars out of oatmeal, peanut butter, whey protein powder, a little vanilla extract and a little nonfat milk for mixing. Its kind of tricky to make but once you get it down it's simple ingredients, and easy to make with 214 calories, 18g protein, 19g carbs, 8g fat. I've posted my tips on how to make it before here

  • Edamame (soybeans) or what I like to call 'em, Senzu Beans

    Great source of protein with low fat. You can buy these dry snacks. Or if you don't mind cooking add 2 quarts of water and 1 cup of edamame in their shell (in the frozen aisle in the grocery store), cover and let it simmer for about 5-8 minutes and then drain and sprinkles with salt they're actually really delicious. That makes 50 calories, 4 grams protein, 5 grams carbs, 1 gram fat. You can make 3 cups to make 150 calories, 12 g protein, 15 gram carbs, 3 g fats etc.

  • Mango "Lassi" Protein Smoothie (or mango flavored yogurt)

    I got tired of making this because I was cutting my own mangos and freezing them because the frozen ones at the store sucked and without good mangoes this recipe is god awful. With good mangoes though its amazing.

    145 calories, 18g protein, 19g carbs, 0g fat. (Pistachios omitted)

  • I know you asked for high protein but if you want a delicious tasting high carb, spinach and fruit green smoothie I would make this. Can't even taste the spinach. If I could fit them into my macros everyday I would. Plus you feel so healthy drinking it but I feel like I'm cheating. Good mangoes are key though.


  • Black Bean Quesadillas

    I always look forward to eating these probably my favorite meal. You can make 10 and stick them in the freezer. I follow the recipe exactly except I use whole wheat tortillas and reduced fat cheese. (For more protein you can make more black beans for the side use nonstick spray for low fat).

    Two quesadillas give 440 calories, 20g protein, 62g carbs, 14g fat.

  • Broccoli Cheddar Casserole

    I use reduced fat cheese, brown rice, whole wheat flour, nonfat milk (works fine trust me turn the heat all the way high instead of medium), cut the butter in half (I use my mom's ghee which we call kay), and add half a cup of nutritional yeast. This doesn't take long at all trust me the cooking time is mostly oven and cooking rice.

    ~372 calories, 22g protein, 44g carbs, 11g fat.

  • Seitan w/Broccoli and Sriracha

    I also make my own seitan (heard you can buy it at some asian stores though). I use the recipe down below because it tastes great and is easy to make, makes 4 servings. 278 calories 49g protein, 15g carbs, 1 g fat.
    I eat it with this broccoli cooked like this (recipe below) but with nonstick spray so I don't have so much fat. It takes like 5-7 minutes to steam. It makes 2 servings, 118 calories, 9g protein, 21g carbs, 1.5g fat.
    Then I pour some sriracha over it and chow down.

  • Black Bean Burgers

    I make this with whole wheat buns and eat it with spicy ketchup and honey mustard. I substituted the egg (I needed lower fats plus I'm cutting out eggs from my diet) for 2 tbsp nutritional yeast (protein) and 2tbsp corn starch with 3tbsp water for binding.

    460 calories, 23g protein, 90g carbs, 5g fats.

  • Lasagna Roll Ups

    Makes 14 (Eat 2 for one serving) and you can put them in the freezer for later. I don't really enjoy eating these anymore they're meh (kinda bland) and I'm embarrassed eating them in front of people when they're microwaved leftovers but I still eat them because the macros are so good on it. There are better recipes like four cheese stuffed shells that are similar but taste better but it's way more cooking, I got tired of that.
    I used reduced fat moz cheese, part skim ricotta the rest is like the recipe.

    2 roll ups - 466 calories, 29g protein, 54 carbs, 14 g fats.

  • Rajma

    I also make my my mom's rajma but with less fat and salt so it doesn't taste as good. Also I make it thicker (makes it easier to measure the servings) I can provide the recipe if you like but I'm just trying this and not sure how long I'll be continuing with it. I eat it with 3/4 cups brown rice and I get

    448 calories, 25g protein, 93g carbs, g fat.

  • Apple Cheddar Panini

    2 whole wheat slices bread, 8 oz reduced fat mild cheddar off the block, half a medium apple (300gram fuji apple) sliced kinda thin, 1tbsp honey mustard. If you don't have a panini press (I don't) use nonstick pan spray with pam and put a plate and then something heavy over it. Cook on both sides tlll cheese melts. I don't like the honey mustard really so I take it out, but here macros with it.

    350 calories, 20g protein, 38g carbs, 13g fat.

  • Tofu

    I'm still testing out tofu recipes. I found one I like but I got tired of making them just because the wait time for draining the tofu then baking it was too long but Tofu is a great source of protein.

  • PB Sandwich (whole wheat) w/Milk

    You can count the macros yourself but it's really high protein but also in fats but it's a good if you have nothing to eat emergency meal.

  • Fake Meats

    I don't really like to eat processed food but if you won't care, incorporating these will make your life way easier. I use these sometimes, for emergencies if I don't feel like cooking or I don't feel like running out to the store to buy some ingredients I'm missing for that day.
    I like Morningstars Grillers and Crumbles. You can make burgers with the grillers, with the crumbles you can make Low Carb Sriracha "Beef" wraps.
    I like Field House (Seitan) Sausage that are 25g protein for 250 calories, and I'll eat that with 170g potato which I sliced really thin and then nuked in the microwave with cooking spray until crispy kind of crispy and then season with salt after. I wish a store near me had fake chicken strips so I could make fajitas.


  • Some vegan bodybuilder youtubers you might get ideas from

    Vegan Physique (he has macros in his videos):

    Brain Turner:

    Vegan Hustle TV (This guy is really really into veganism):

    Jon Venus:

u/felixre7 · 3 pointsr/cafe

If you like those these are very similar: Honey Stinger

u/phoood · 3 pointsr/pics

You can buy Dole whip to make at home (or wherever) on amazon. Just need a soft serve machine or an ice cream maker - I bought a $45ish 1.5qt Cuisinart one just for this and for "maybe I'll try making ice cream one of these days". A lot of froyo places have it too (not necessarily labelled as "dole whip", but just something like "non-dairy pineapple flavor".

Any time I want, I can have dole whip in about 30 minutes.

u/magnus91 · 3 pointsr/NYKnicks Please post video of you eating and watching the show.

u/theocelotbabou · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I buy the big boxes of the popcicles in plastic tubes that you keep in the freezer. They are dirt cheap and it hits me in the nostalgia. My grandmother always kept these in her freezer for the grandkids.

u/Their_bad_spellers · 2 pointsr/Fitness
u/livkhaleesi · 2 pointsr/xxketo4u2

It was this Alexia loaded cauliflower with aged white cheddar and bacon. Highly recommend. FH and I split the container so it was probably 4.5 net carbs for a serving. The portion was small but it was tasty.

u/AwkwardWhiteBoy · 2 pointsr/kidletters

Not disagreeing with you. Just mentioning that as a kid we also referred to the popsicles that come in the long plastic tubes as “push pops”. They seem like the kind of thing kids would eat at summer camp

u/DrakeFloyd · 2 pointsr/HelpMeFind

They mostly come in variety packs. So I see two options:

Low effort option:

Buy a variety pack like that one and get rid of the rest. Depending on how many you need there could be a lot of leftovers so you could always reach out to local schools, summer camps, or similar orgs to see if they'd want the rejects as a donation. I know if someone contacted the summer camp I work at with tons of free freezy pops we'd happily accept, regardless of if the lime ones were missing!

DIY option:

Make your own with some Zipzicles bags or similar and a thing of lemon lime flavor syrup like you might use in cones. Or, depending on your preferences and how much work you wanna do, you could also make a healthier grown-up take on the Otter Pop with real lime.

u/whiskeywailer · 2 pointsr/Fitness
u/vnny · 2 pointsr/gainit

this is 100 grams of peanuts, it is nearly identical in size to edamame aka soy beans.

u/_PM_ME_YOUR_SECRETS_ · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips
u/Turko1235 · 2 pointsr/argentina

El helado Liofilizado es una cosa de locos AMAZON

Tiene todo el gusto a helado pero la textura es casi la de un merenguito.

u/Shibakaze · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

You can get them roasted or freeze dried!

u/wanderer92 · 2 pointsr/vegetarian

If you can find it this is a good snack food with lots of protein in it and it tastes good too.

u/LadyMeimorie · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Cosmik ice cream always cheers me up! I keep an emergency stash for bad days. There's just something about the creamy taste without bothering with getting a bowl & having cold teeth (my teeth are sensitive to cold) that makes me feel really happy. Thanks for the contest!


I hope things get better soon! *hugs* Do you need to talk about it?

u/eyebrowcake · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

First off, good on you for signing up for a HM as your first race! Woo! That's ambitious!

I know it's scary to not have run the full amount of distance, but trust me, you'll get through it. Just stick with your training until the end and trust yourself to put one foot in front of the other.

/r/running is a good resource for anything and everything HM too, including race day tips. I'm following Hal Higdon's Novice 2 HM plan loosely for my second HM this September and I'm happy with it.

As to "whip back into it" I would start out small: something doable and better than nothing. I ran 2 miles yesterday (just 2!) but feel better about everything knowing that I ran at all. Don't skip a single long run until your race.

It's OK to be nervous; it's part of the race. Everyone else around you is feeling the same way. The energy is awesome and it will get you through.

Good luck! :)

Oh, and what /u/vegetablesactivated said is very important: no new gear, not even your socks. It's important to feel very comfortable with your gear and goo. I eat Honey Stingers and love them; I don't actually really like goo.

u/UncleSpoons · 2 pointsr/snackexchange

Sadly i cannot do an exchange (broke), but is this is what you`re looking for? A name may aid in the quest!

EDIT: Amazon pictures suck, this is what they look like cooked.

u/Radar20 · 2 pointsr/triathlon

I use Nuun electrolyte tablets with 16oz of water during workouts (usually two or three water bottles) and will have one scoop of ON Gold Standard protein powder with 8oz of milk after workouts.

The protein shake can hold me over for about 20-30 minutes before I really need to eat something.

Out of curiosity, have you tried stinger waffles on your bike rides?

u/AresTrucido · 2 pointsr/bodyweightfitness


lmao its a weight gainer with 5000 calories per serving. But iirc, every serving is like 5 scoops in a gallon of milk. So obviously doing a fraction of a serving is a way to add a lot of calories to your diet. And its fairly cheap by protein powder standards.

As with any supplement I would add to do your own research beforehand.

u/public_void · 2 pointsr/cycling

Lately these bad boys. They fit well in a jersey pocket and they're delicious!

u/DonOblivious · 2 pointsr/Minneapolis

Northern burbs? Chanticlear. It's the type that's heavy on the lettuce so if you're looking for the "school lunch" sort of taco pizza, look elsewhere.

u/BlueLightSpcl · 1 pointr/bonnaroo

We just went on a big shopping trip this afternoon. We are going to attempt to fly our 4x6 foot flag with 3, 5 feet sections of 1 and a quarter inch PVC pipe, some connectors, a bucket, and 50 pounds of quick crete (about $20 total). We have one of the pipes cut into a point just in case we need to mallet it into the ground. Our list, and other distracting items. We also have duct tape just in case.

I also just bought a two plug car AC converter. I bought these recently. Excellent source of fiber and protein. And 600 glowstick bracelets.

We have acquired most everything we need. We will end up buying around 8-9 24 packs of water in addition to a dozen or so gallons and some other easy access water. We have a 15 passenger van with back seats taken out (no storage concerns), and its our first time going, but we figure people will be needing water come Sunday.

Here is a list of the things we purchased today. Maybe a thing or two will give you some ideas. We also used this as a guide and checklist as well:

  • -9x9 feet EZ Canopy
  • -6 cases of 24 waters
  • -a few gallon jugs of water
  • -2, 2.5 jugs of drinking water with spigget
  • -7 liters of gatorade
  • -imodium
  • -antacid
  • -acetometaphin/caffine/aspirin in one
  • -3 in 1 shampoo/conditioner/body wash
  • -bungee cords (4, a variety of sizes)
  • -100 feet of twine/high tensil string
  • -lamp oil
  • -small baby power and antibacterial gel
  • -4, 5 foot sections of 1,1/4" PVC pipe with connectors
  • -4 buckets (to carry water, epsom salt, etc)
  • -50 lbs of quickcrete (to put in bucket to make 15 foot flagpole with above)
  • -UV resistant, 8" zip ties
  • -UV resistant, thick tarp in case of rain and to cover the tent from sun heat
  • -baby wipes

    Some things we bought individually: ear plugs, eyemask for sleep, offbrand camelbaks (2 liters with additional storage), flasks, granola bars (a variety, including a few boxes of high fiber), twizzlers, a metal hot/cold thermos, sugar free red bull (8 cans). should be bringing a few pounds of homemade beef jerky.

    This all totaled around $250 or so.

    [Friend], this is what we need you to buy:

  • -100 or more red cups
  • -paper towels
  • -toilet paper
  • -more baby and wet wipes
  • -coke/coke zero/any mixers in cans, not 2 liters
  • -5 hour energies (Wal-Mart may be cheaper than Costco? It was 10 for $16)
  • -zip lock bags (a variety of sizes)
  • -battery powered fan
  • -more gallons and cases of water. the more, the better
  • -gold bond extra strength
  • -clif bars
  • -dish/plasticware
  • -oil/fuel/pots/pans for your stove
  • -gatorade powder
  • -miscellaneous food items. we didn't buy a whole lot of food. or anything that could be cooked. i figure you can use your judgment and we'll go to Wal-Mart the night before.
u/meimaj · 1 pointr/loseit

Hmm I find dry roasted edamame is quite nice for when you're craving a crunchy, salty snack:

u/PM_Me_YourLargeTits · 1 pointr/funny

You can buy it off Amazon

u/TANCH0 · 1 pointr/disneyparks

u/IWTLEverything · 1 pointr/trashy

I once saw dole whip concentrate/mix selling online somewhere. Additionally, there's a cuisineart "ice cream machine" that apparently makes what is essentially soft serve. Still working on convincing my wife we neeeed these things.


Here's the mix!

u/borkus · 1 pointr/loseit

Dry roasted Edamame's not bad, though it's a tad expensive -
I know what you mean about the crunch though.

u/slhopper · 1 pointr/WaltDisneyWorld

I make these at home often! I get the Dole Whip Mix
and make it in a countertop ice cream freezer, spoon it into glasses and pour rum in it.... SOOOOOOOO AWESOME!!!!!!!

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u/cinderparty · 1 pointr/politics

I LOVED the octagonal Mexican pizza our school served. I often consider buying a box of them but never have.

u/furiousxgeorge · 1 pointr/vegetarian

There are a lot of vegetarian protein bars and shakes and stuff if you want to go in that direction.

Other common high protein foods are tofu and seitan. Some combination of soy protein and wheat gluten makes up most fake meat products so they tend to have plenty of protein.

You can do beans and nuts and stuff and plenty of vegetarians get their protein that way but to me life is easier with the fake meat because you get more protein per calorie and you don't have to eat so much fiber.

Quiona is also good source of protein and pretty easy to cook.

For snacks yogurt or I like munching on Edamame/soy nuts.

u/The_Real_Harry_Lime · 1 pointr/unpopularopinion

Read this, and buy few of these.

u/briankev · 1 pointr/fitmeals

Dry roasted edamame is healthy, clean to eat, comes in a resealable container, and can be kept at room temperature. These are my favorite

u/PootisSpencerHurr · 1 pointr/loseit

You. Sir. Are. Amazing. Thanks a TON for the huge reply. I just weighed myself, and give or take the shitty scale error, I'm ~230, which isn't quite as bad as I expected. I still have a ways to go, I think I'd like to be under 200 by the end of sophomore year it at all possible. Eating right in college is tough because I have a dining plan. Salads are, however, looking like a good option, as the dorm has a wonderful salad bar that isn't too expensive. I've since gotten a case of this edamame (roasted soybeans) which I'm told is a fantastic food for snacking on. I take a package to work and go through it in a few days.

On the topic of working out, I've never ever been able to run worth crap. People say I need to train and all that, but I never get any better, so I might try that again when I get back in shape. For now though, it's a no no. I did 2 years of weight training in HS, and I'm getting back into it in college with a bunch of good friends who also enjoy it.

I've tried the online calorie tracker before, but I kinda just lost track of it, so I'm going to try to get that going again. It starts tomorrow morning!

Thanks again, you're the greatest. I'll probably be sending you a PM to maybe get in touch a bit better in the next few days, you seem like an awesome guy!


u/wherearethecigs · 1 pointr/nostalgia

I found these at a local ice cream shop, but you can also order them from Amazon

Tonys Fiestada Whole Grain Beef Pizza, 154 Gram -- 72 per case.

u/twist2002 · 1 pointr/fredericton

if you can't find them in town you can always get some on amazon.

but if you do find some in town post where, i want a white freezie now.

u/itzlola6 · 1 pointr/1200isplenty

Classico Basil Garlic Alfredo Pasta Sauce (15 oz Jar)

u/InfiniteScoop · 1 pointr/heyscoops

I think the bartender might be a little off. Dole Whip is a bit hard to find outside of Disneyland, but there are a few places near me (SF bay area) that sell it. Heck, you can even [buy the mix on Amazon!] (
That said, I love Tiki Bars so I will take your advice and head to the Golden Tiki.
By the way, I also love Dim Sum but bad Dim Sum is...bad. Where did you go and would you recommend it?

u/adderallanalyst · -9 pointsr/Fitness