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6 French Frozen Foods We Need in America

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Trader Joe’s needs to up its game

Picard is France's largest frozen food retailer.

Don’t get us wrong: We hate the fact that so many classic French bistros are serving their customers frozen food. Food in restaurants should always be made at that restaurant.

However, there is a place for frozen food in France: the kitchens of locals and visitors. They have jobs and busy lives, too! That’s when frozen foods come to save the day.

Luckily for the French, their frozen food is a cut above that of the rest of the world.

We perused the website of French frozen food giant Picard and selected six options that are stylish, delicious, and deceptively non-labor intensive.

Click here to see the slideshow.

Originally published April 28, 2015.

America's Most Delish

We tested hundreds and hundreds of supermarket products so you don't have to.

You can't make a list of America's most delicious foods without trying all the foods. So we did&mdash331, to be exact&mdashand we landed on this: an official guide to the best, well, everything in grocery stores. We've got you covered with 100 favorites&mdashfrom breakfast foods to dinner must-haves to the snacks you sneak at midnight.

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Breakfast Favorites | Condiments | Dairy | Dinner Favorites | Drinks | Snacks | Sweets & Baking

Our kitchen experts determined that Boar's Head comes out on top in the ultimate bacon battle. That's because it's crispy but slightly chewy&mdashand perfectly smoky, but not brittle. There was no requisite salt overload, and its uniform size made it a consistently satisfying experience, bite after bite.

Some bagged bagels taste like the plastic they were wrapped in. Not Dave's Killer Bread. Even Delish's picky, New York-based editors think the brand struck gold with the chewy texture.


Puffins hold their crunch, even when drowned in milk. And unlike many flavored cereals, the peanut butter variety only packs six grams of sugar per serving.


Shh, don't tell your kids: There are chickpeas hiding in this cereal. But it's so fun to eat, they won't even notice. The pillowy corn puffs are filled with jammy apple and strawberry centers.


You'll find Coombs in major grocery stores, but you're actually supporting small businesses. The company sources its maple from a collection of 3,000-plus family farms. The syrup itself is richer&mdashin both color and taste&mdashthan most others on the shelf.


As opposed to some of its competitors, Bob's oats cook up to become hearty, creamy, and not gluey. Go ahead and eat it as you normally would for breakfast&mdashbut promise you'll try throwing it in your next smoothie for some extra oomph, too.


We thought great-tasting "just add water" mixes were an oxymoron&mdashuntil Birch Benders' package landed in our test kitchen. The pancakes turn out wildly fluffy, considering they're from a store-bought mix.


The whole grains (and other real ingredients) are probably what account for the conspicuous lack of gross freezer flavor here. And that gets our stamp of approval.


If your sandwich bread pick is fueled by nostalgia, reach for Arnold's Country White. It tastes like childhood, but is substantial enough to hold up to cold cuts and condiments (unlike another loaf that rhymes with Shmonder Shbread).


There are two reasons to love Dave's Killer Bread. One: The company stands for change, employing people with criminal backgrounds as part of its Second Chance Employment program. Two: The bread tastes, well, killer. The slices strike the perfect balance between airy and dense.

Any'tizers Boneless Chicken Bites, Honey BBQ Flavored

Boneless chicken bites with honey and barbecue sauce — sounds great, right? Wrong. Bart Wolbers, researcher and chief science writer for, suggests consumers review the ingredients before buying. A partial list includes brown sugar, sugar, corn syrup, canola oil, dextrose, high fructose corn syrup, modified food starch, polysorbate 80, smoke flavor, sodium benzoate (as a preservative), and sodium phosphates. "As you can see, many different types of sugars are added," says Wolbers, who has a master's degree in clinical health science. According to the packaging, each three-ounce serving (roughly the size of your palm, so just a few bites) contains about 7 grams of sugar, not to mention 510 milligrams of sodium (21 percent of the recommended daily allowance).

Tyson Batter Dipped Chicken Breast Tenders

You know they're not kale smoothies, just how bad could they be? Pretty bad. Though often presented as "all natural" and "gluten-free," don't be fooled. "Many varieties of this breaded and fried food contain fat," says Toby Amidor, MS, RD, CDN, FAND award-winning nutrition expert and Wall Street Journal best-selling author of The Create-Your-Plate Diabetes Cookbook. "They tend to be high in calories, filled with preservatives and artificial fillers."

"You can make your own baked nuggets using a touch of honey and whole wheat panko breadcrumbs, which keeps those nuggets nice and crunchy," offers Amidor.

Frozen French Fries: Good or Bad?

Think a box of frozen taters are a healthier option? We’ll fill you in on the pros and cons, plus give you a homemade alternative.

Frozen fries offer convenience – pop ‘em on a cookie sheet and toss in the oven. Your grocer's freezer is bursting with a wide array of options in different shapes, sizes and flavorings. You can also find certified organic and sweet potato varieties.

Frozen sacks are easy to store and may be able to help with portion control – you can take out a moderate-sized portion (about 200 calories worth per person) and tuck the rest back in the freezer.

Frozen fries are still fried! Even worse, many brands use trans fats and palm oil which aren’t ideal for heart health. While fries do need a sprinkle of salt, many bagged brands have at least 15% of the daily recommendation of sodium per serving.

While it does take a little more work initially, you can make your own frozen fries. Slice potatoes into desired shape (make them the same size so they cook evenly). Blanch in boiling water for 3 minutes and transfer to a baking sheet lined with a clean kitchen towel. Pat dry, remove towel and spread fries out in one even layer. Place baking sheet in the freezer for 30 minutes. Transfer partially frozen spuds to a freezer-safe bag and store in the freezer.

When ready to cook, place the fries on a baking sheet. Toss with olive oil, salt and pepper and bake at 400 degrees F for 30-40 minutes.

Bottom Line: Frozen fries aren’t always the healthiest alternative so be sure to read labels and watch portions if you choose to buy them. Better yet, opt to make your own.

Tell Us: We’re planning a taste test. What’s your favorite brand of frozen fries?

Below we&rsquove laid out the most popular companies in our frozen food category according to engagement statistics. In addition to company name and headquarters location, we&rsquove also included each company&rsquos business activities as well as its year founded, where available. Dashes indicate where information was unavailable.

Table 1: Top Frozen Food Suppliers on


Business Activities

Year Founded

Manufacturer, Custom Manufacturer

New Direction Foods, located in Huntington Beach, CA, is a contract manufacturer of frozen desserts and dried food, with private label and prototype development capabilities. Their offerings include ice cream, popsicles, molded and extruded frozen novelties, extruded snacks, and powder blending and packing. They also have alcohol infusion capabilities.

Monogram Foods is based in Memphis, TN. Manufacturing several brands of products, the company also offers private label and co-packing services. Their foods include meat snacks, appetizers, corn dogs, bacon, and sausage.

In Abingdon, VA, Dutt and Wagner supplies meat, dairy, seafood, bakery products, appetizers, and sides for the foodservice, wholesale, retail, and export markets. Their frozen food includes ice cream, meat, baked goods, and seafood.

Culinary Specialties, in San Marcos, CA, manufactures individually quick frozen foods such as appetizers, desserts, entrees, pasta, boxed lunches, sandwiches, sausages, salads, sauces, and breakfast foods. Their customers include hotels, restaurants, caterers, and conventions.

Based out of Jefferson, LA, John E. Koerner Co. is a family-owned company that distributes frozen desserts, mixes, fillings, and grains. They also supply cooking ingredients, catering disposables, and cooking tools and equipment.

Diversified Foods and Seasonings supplies refrigerated and frozen foods for the retail and foodservice sectors. The company, whose offerings include soups, sides, sauces, baking and breading mixes, is based in Covington, LA.

Ajinomoto Foods North America is based in Ontario, CA. The company offers both consumer and foodservice ethnic frozen food, as well as seasonings and sauce. Frozen foods include appetizers, entrees, and snacks in Italian, Mexican, and Chinese varieties.

In Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Ascot Valley Foods provides food manufacturing, development, and private label services. They&rsquore capable of producing balls, tots, sliders, pucks, links, and nuggets while offering multiple types of frying.

Kellogg NA Co., in Battle Creek, MI, offers frozen breakfast foods, sandwiches, and entrees, as well as offering cereals, grain bars, and toaster pastries. The company supplies the consumer retail market.

AppetizersUSA supplies over 200 kinds of frozen appetizers, desserts, and entrees for the foodservice, catering, and retail markets. They offer American, Greek, Indian, Mexican, Italian, French, and Asian foods.

Company Announcement

McCain Foods USA, Inc. announced today it is voluntarily recalling retail, frozen hash brown products that may be contaminated with extraneous golf ball materials, that despite our stringent supply standards may have been inadvertently harvested with potatoes used to make this product. Consumption of these products may pose a choking hazard or other physical injury to the mouth.

The impacted products include the following: Roundy’s Brand, 2 lb. Bag of Frozen Southern Style Hash Browns (UPC 001115055019) and Harris Teeter Brand, 2 lb. Bag of Frozen Southern Style Hash Browns (UPC 007203649020).

The Roundy’s products were distributed at Marianos, Metro Market, and Pick ‘n Save supermarkets in the states of Illinois and Wisconsin. The Harris Teeter products were distributed in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, District of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Georgia and Maryland. Distribution occurred after the date of January 19, 2017. No other products under the respective brands are impacted by this recall.

The products being recalled were manufactured on January 19, 2017. The production code date is B170119 and can be found on the back of the packaging. Any product with a different production code date is not impacted by this recall.

Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.

There have been no reported injuries associated with the consumption of this product.

Food safety remains a top priority for McCain Foods USA, Inc. and we have full confidence that all appropriate steps are being taken to protect our consumers. McCain is working cooperatively with the Food & Drug Administration and the respective supermarkets to ensure the affected products are removed from the marketplace.

Consumers with concerns or questions about the recall should contact McCain Foods USA, Inc. at 630- 857-4533 (Monday – Sunday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. CST).

McCain Foods (US) is the American division of McCain Foods Limited, an international leader in the frozen food industry, employing over 20,000 people and operating 47 production facilities on six continents. McCain is the world’s largest manufacturer of frozen potato specialties and also produces other quality products, such as appetizers, vegetables and desserts which can be found in restaurants and retail stores in more than 160 countries around the world. In the United States, the company has eight production facilities and approximately 4,000 employees.

Do you need to thaw frozen food first?

No, you don&rsquot have to. These time and temps are meant to cook the foods straight from the freezer, in frozen state. They will cook crisp and amazing without any extra oil spray. One thing to remember is that all air fryers cook a little differently, so our recommended time and temp can vary. Best suggestion is to air fry a small portion first in your model. Then from there you will know more of what timing is best for your preferred texture.

Here&rsquos more great info on healthy frozen food ideas. We love creating new recipes for you all. Also, we love writing troubleshooting tips for air fryer beginners. If you&rsquove been air frying for a while or are a veteran at it, please share some of your tips below. Your comment and advice help everyone here. And if you&rsquore a beginner, tell us in the comments what you&rsquod like to see us create or share. Our team is working constantly to help newbies become more familiar with this appliance. And of course, we&rsquore always working and taste testing to bring you simple and easy meals for your family.

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Fun Frozen Desserts

Keep cool all summer long with these homemade treats, straight from your freezer.

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Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Bars

We turned your favorite strawberry shortcake ice cream bar into a decadent, over-the-top dessert. They're made with a buttery shortbread crust, super creamy no-churn strawberry ice cream and a sweet-tart layer of strawberry jam.

No-Churn Mango-Coconut-Lime Ice Cream

Sweetened condensed milk, coconut cream and heavy cream combine with mango pulp for a super refreshing dessert that takes almost no effort to make.

Watermelon, Chili and Basil Ice Pops

Peaches and Cream Ice Cream Cake with Oatmeal Cookies

This cake matches toasty oatmeal cookies and granola with the delicate flavors of peach and vanilla.

Fresh Mint Chip Gelato

Because mint and chocolate were mint to be together.

Ice Cream Freezer Pops

Mocha Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches

These ice cream sandwiches are fit for a crowd — the recipe makes 24 cool treats. Layer coffee ice cream between easy sheet pan brownies, then roll the edges of each sandwich in chopped espresso beans.

No-Churn Coffee-Caramel Crunch Ice Cream

Instant espresso powder and jarred dulce de leche make this 15-minute treat extra luscious.

Frozen Peanut Butter Bites

Sugar Wafer Neapolitan Ice Cream Cake

Ice cream cone, who? There's crunchy wafer cookie and ice cream in every bite of this frozen chocolate, strawberry and vanilla cake.

No-Churn Matcha Ice Cream

Green tea shines in this simple no-churn matcha ice cream, which is delicious alone or topped with toasted coconut and chocolate chips.

Ice Cream in a Bag

Put the social in ice cream social: Get your pals (or the neighborhood kids!) together and take turns shaking up a sweet treat in just 5 minutes

Frozen Key Lime Pie

You don't even need to roll out the crust for one of Ina's all-time favorite summer desserts that she's been making for over 35 years.

Honeydew Melon and Cilantro Ice Pops

Blueberry Frozen Yogurt

Oreo-Stuffed Ice Cream Sandwiches

Brownie and chocolate chip lovers don't have to decide &mdash these indulgent ice cream sandwiches have both (plus an extra hidden cream-filled cookie surprise). One baking sheet does double duty and bakes both layers at the same time.

Frozen Strawberry Cheesecake

Ice Cream Cupcakes

These sprinkled treats my look like cupcakes but they&rsquore actually ice cream sundaes &mdash inside an edible, chocolate shell.

Blueberry, Thyme and Sweet Cream Ice Pops

Ice Cream Crunch Tacos

The great thing about this treat is that you can make it to order. Stash the assembled ice cream sandwiches in your freezer and whenever the craving strikes, just wrap one in a dulce de leche lined tortilla, pan fry and toss in cinnamon-sugar.

Ice Cream Cake

Chocolate-Banana Ice Cream Pie

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream

Neapolitan Ice Cream Sandwich Cake

Neapolitan Ice Cream Sandwiches

10-Minute Ice Cream Pops

You never have to settle for just a scoop again when chocolate-dipped pops can be whipped up in a matter of minutes. Take a pint of your favorite ice cream flavor, slice it into frozen rounds, dunk it in a chocolate shell and wait a few seconds for it to harden.

Peanut Butter Shell

Why should chocolate lovers have all the fun? Now peanut butter fans can have a nice crunchy shell on their ice cream too. If you use coconut oil you get the bonus of a little tropical flavoring, though it takes just a tad longer to set up.

Serious Vanilla Ice Cream

Alton gets serious with this ice cream recipe he swaps out a couple tablespoons of sugar for peach preserves and lets the ice cream mixture mellow for a few hours in the refrigerator, all in the name of a better ice cream.

Baked Hawaii

Prepare for dropping jaws: This tropical take on baked Alaska is a total spectacle. The toasted outside conceals a tower of creamy roasted pineapple no-churn ice cream. The recipe makes more ice cream than you need for the dessert, but you will be happy to have the leftovers.

Peanut Butter Blondie Ice Cream Sandwiches

Molly sandwiches store-bought vanilla ice cream in between slices of peanut butter blondies for a decadent treat that serves a crowd.

Peanut Butter-Banana Semifreddo

Red, White and Blue Baked Alaska

Under that swirly, toasted layer of meringue is a red, white and blue surprise! Blue is achieved by cleverly dipping slices of angel food cake in a fresh blackberry sauce. Vanilla ice cream and raspberry sorbet complete the patriotic color trio.

Chocolate-Chip Caramel Ice Cream Sundae

Vegan Vanilla Ice Cream

Baked Alaska

Chocolate Ice Cream

Pushable Rosé Pops

Why should kids have all the summer frozen-treat fun? When a frozen push-pop is infused with rosé wine, fresh berries and pound cake, a grown-up can happily relive the good ol' days.

Cocoa Colada Ice Pops

Lemon-Raspberry Sorbet Cake

Mango Float

If "float" evoked thoughts of us giving you a drink, think again. This no-bake treat is actually a popular Filipino dessert layered with mangoes and cream &mdash and it's one you won't soon forget.

Salted Caramel Ice Cream Cone Cake

Chocolate Chip Cookie Bombe

Filling an edible chocolate chip cookie bowl with layers of vanilla ice cream and bits of your favorite chocolate candy bar is amazing. Creating a peanut butter tower in the center can only make it better.

No-Churn Watermelon Ice Cream Slices

What fun to slice into a mini watermelon and reveal luscious watermelon ice cream hidden inside!

No-Churn Shark Ice Cream

No ice cream maker needed to pull off this fun, shark-themed ice cream. An ocean swirl of vanilla, this sweet treat is super creamy, thanks to the heavy cream and condensed milk, and full of flavor.

Oat Milk and Oatmeal Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches

Sandwich no-churn oat milk ice cream between two oatmeal cookies, no dunking needed!

Cereal Ice Pops

Cool off with these cereal-coated ice pops. Since they&rsquore made in small paper cups, no ice-pop molds are needed. Savor them straight from the freezer, or amp things up a notch and dip your pops in chocolate.

Sweet-and-Salty Ice Cream

Coffee-Coconut Ice Cream Bombe

Frozen Banana Ice Cream Sandwiches

Sheet Pan Ice Cream Cake

This "naked" ice cream cake shows off its layers beautifully. It starts with our basic sheet pan cake that's cut into rectangles, for an easier alternative to baking separate layers. We used chocolate, vanilla and strawberry ice cream for a Neapolitan-themed dessert, but feel free to substitute any of your favorite varieties&ndash&ndashthe vanilla cake is neutral enough that it will complement any flavor.

Buttermilk-Pecan Ice Cream

Praline Ice Cream Sandwiches

Blackberry Chip Ice Cream

Mint Chip Ice Cream

Frozen Brownie Sundaes

Neapolitan Ice Cream

Cinnamon Ice Cream with Cinnamon Crisps

Coconut, Cherry and Vanilla Bean Ice Pops

Juicy cherries, creamy coconut milk and a generous amount of vanilla come together to create a delicious frozen dessert that's ideal for scorching days. These are not your regular ice pops, loaded with refined sugar: Small amounts of honey and maple syrup give just the right amount of sweetness and add flavor.

Dipped and Decorated Waffle Cones

If you ask Ree, the perfect dipped cone has chocolate on the inside and on the outside. Sprinkle the top of each cone with your favorite toppings, like sprinkles, pecans, candies, pretzels — the options are endless.

Frosé Ice Pops

Your favorite frozen summer drink just got a makeover. To make these non-alcoholic, Trisha suggests subbing club soda for wine.

Ice Cream Bombe

Creamy Pistachio Pops

Aarti's creamy pops are an easy frozen treat inspired by pistachio kulfi, India's answer to ice cream.

Homemade Peach Ice Cream

This recipe uses fresh, ripe peaches and peach nectar for extra fruity ice cream. Drizzle it with Praline Pecan Sauce for a decadent finish.

Cookies and Cream Ice Cream Bars

Layer cookies, ice cream, caramel and whipped cream to create decadent, layered ice cream bars. Best of all, this no-cook treat features ingredients that are likely stocked away in your kitchen.

Giant Ice Cream Sandwich

Grilled-Peach and Almond Ice Pops

Neapolitan Ice Cream Cake

Remember when you were a kid and you were only allowed to choose one flavor out of all the amazing options at the ice cream store? Well, this cake allows you to indulge not only one, or two BUT three different layers of ice cream and added bonuses of a pound cake base and a whipped cream topper.

Homemade Pineapple Upside-Down Sundae

Orange-Vanilla Frozen Custard

Chocolate-Covered Ice Cream Tacos

Who else ordered a Choco Taco from the ice cream truck? Molly&rsquos nostalgic homemade ice cream tacos are not only a blast from the past but SO easy to make at home. She uses common baking ingredients to create the taco shell batter and even provides a genius way of keeping the shape: with hard cover books!

Cherry-Chocolate Ice Cream

Fire and Ice Cream

Chocolate-Hazelnut Ice Cream Cupcakes

No-Churn Passion Fruit Ice Cream

No fancy tools needed for this tropical ice cream. Although not necessary to enjoy the ice cream, the addition of simple rum-caramel sauce will transport dinner guests to the Caribbean.

Maple-Bacon Crunch Ice Cream

Raspberry Buttermilk Sherbet

Strawberry-Soda Ice Cream

Gorilla Ice Cream Sandwiches

Ice Cream Pie

This ice cream pie can be kept in the freezer for several days, allowing you to sneak delicious little wedges whenever the need arises. And boy, oh, boy. will the need ever arise!

Mermaid Ice Cream

Kids will get a kick out of this colorful, mermaid-inspired frozen dessert. Layer neon pink, blue and purple ice cream bases into a loaf pan, swirl the colors with a butter knife and freeze overnight.

"Ice Cream" Sandwiches

Follow Ina&rsquos lead and sandwich sorbet rather than ice cream between your cookies. And, don&rsquot forget to roll the edges of each sandwich in chopped peanuts for an added crunch.

Jalapeño Ice Pops

You&rsquoll feel the heat in these ice pops &mdash and cool off at the same time.

Strawberries and Cream Ice Cream Cake

Don't be fooled, this simple-looking whipped cream frosted cake has a surprise inside: layers of strawberry and chocolate chip ice cream with a flavor boost from strawberry jam and graham cracker crumbs.

Strawberry Crunch Ice Cream Cake

You wish your favorite childhood ice cream bar could&rsquove been this big! All you need is boxed vanilla cake mix, strawberry ice cream, freeze-dried strawberries and white frosting to serve up a hearty dose of nostalgia.

Ice Cream Sundae Cones

Brown Sugar Boba Ice Cream Pops

If you&rsquore craving those deliciously chewy and caramelly pops that are seemingly everywhere on social media, look no further. Inspired by brown sugar bubble tea, the Taiwanese ice cream treats are easy to make at home. Our recipe includes instructions for the boba (bubbles) too, since the store-bought pearls used in the drinks are made from tapioca starch, which becomes quite hard when frozen. After trying various options, we found glutinous rice flour yields the ideal texture, even after a stint in the freezer.

Making Healthy Choices

When you&aposre shopping for frozen produce, what you want to look out for are the added ingredients. On the label, for the most nutritious frozen food, there should be only one ingredient: the fruit or vegetable displayed on the packaging. That means if you&aposre looking at something like frozen blueberries, check to see if there&aposs added sugar. For something like frozen broccoli, check for added salt. And for both: make sure there aren&apost ingredients you&aposve never heard of.

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