Paid PostPosted on May 22, 202010 Ways To Turn Your Random Freezer Foods Into Full-On MealsWe all know you have a bunch of frozen veggies crammed in the back of your freezer...here's how you can use 'em!by KrogerBrand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Chicken Fried Rice Who needs takeout when you can make this recipe at home with frozen chicken and veggies? 2. Spicy Fish Tacos With Creamy Cilantro Slaw These zesty fish tacos taste so fresh, you'd never guess the fillets are from the freezer. 3. Crispy Chicken & Waffles With Bourbon Honey Glaze Give your frozen chicken fingers a glow-up by adding honey bourbon glaze and a fluffy waffle. 4. Oven Meatball Sliders Frozen meatballs never looked better! If you're not in the mood for spaghetti, try these little sliders instead. 5. Dairy-Free Pasta Primavera For a low-maintenance, dairy-free pasta, use cauliflower to make a faux cream sauce and toss in all the frozen veggies you got. 6. Southwest Chicken Pot Pie Frozen onions and peppers make the perfect base for this flavorful dish. 7. Italian Wedding Soup This soup is filling, comforting, and easy to make thanks to frozen veggies and meatballs. 8. Berry Crisp Blackberries, strawberries, raspberries...use all the frozen berries you can find and transform them into this sweet treat. 9. Peach and Pineapple Wine Slushie Is it happy hour yet? This adult slushie is a super-easy and super-refreshing way to end the day. 10. Smoothie Bowl Use frozen strawberries to create this five-minute breakfast. Images courtesy of Kroger / Design by Victoria Reyes for BuzzFeed. Still hungry? Visit Kroger for more quick and easy recipes.