Trader Joe’s Frozen Vegetables, Broccoli

Trader Joe’s frozen vegetables are always a good value, and these broccoli florets are no exception. These also come in an organic broccoli option for slightly more money. You can steam these, make them on your stove top or just put them in the microwave with a bit of water. I find the easiest way to get these ready to eat is to heat up some water in a tea kettle. Then put some frozen broccoli in a small bowl and pour the boiling water over the broccoli. Let it sit for 3 or 4 minutes and drain the water out. Just like that you have cooked broccoli that retains it’s bright green color and is not overcooked or dry in the least bit…….…….

  • 20 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 16 oz
  • Broccoli florets also come in organic

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Trader Joe’s Broccoli Florets

What is everyone’s favorite way to cook or use broccoli in a recipe? It can be a little bit more tricky adding broccoli to some recipes when you buy it frozen like these florets come. You can still easily add them to soups or stews though right from frozen. But if you are sauteing them with protein or putting them on the grill, make sure you follow directions so they don’t get super limp or overcooked. I always like to drizzle some Trader Joe’s balsamic vinaigrette dressing over my broccoli when I’m just having it as a side dish. Otherwise just plain Trader Joe’s frozen vegetables can get really old when it just tastes like veggies! I think I need to start melting some cheese and dipping these little frozen broccolis in some Gouda or Gruyere. After all, you can’t have frozen vegetables without adding something unhealthy!……

Price: $1.49

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