In My Fridge


Here’s a sneak peak at what’s in my fridge (and freezer)…

  • Natural Nut Butters- Almond and Cashew
  • Hummus
  • Green Tea
  • Seltzer
  • Tofu
  • Spinach
  • Carrots
  • Parsnips
  • Plain Greek Yogurt
  • Organic Eggs/ Liquid Egg Substitute
  • Almond Breeze Unsweetened Soy Milk
  • Shitake Mushrooms
  • Organic Mustard
  • White and Black Sesame Seeds
  • Pumpkin Seeds
  • Miso
  • Eden’s Organic Low Sodium Beans
  • Zucchini and Squash
  • Collard Greens
  • Kale
  • Rainbow Swiss Chard
  • Broccoli
  • Asparagus
  • Tomatoes
  • Snap Peas
  • Swiss Chard/ Rainbow Chard
  • Wasabi Paste
  • Chicken Breast
  • Turkey Breast
  • Halibut
  • Salmon
  • Tilapia
  • Ground Flax Seeds
  • Ground Chia Seeds
  • Fresh Green Beans
  • Salsa
  • Vegan Mayonnaise
  • Lemon Juice
  • Lime Juice
  • Fresh Ginger Root

And in my Freezer…

  • Frozen Vegetables
  • Wheat Grass Juice
  • Dark Chocolate (70% cocoa)
  • Frozen Fruit (Raspberries, Strawberries, Blueberries)
  • Ground Turkey
  • Ground Chicken
  • Ground Bison
  • Frozen Cooked Shrimp
  • Whole Foods Frozen Fish Fillets (Salmon, Tuna Steak, Tilapia, Flounder)
  • Frozen Patties (Salmon Patties and Spinach Patties)-Note: These are Not Processed
  • Walnuts
  • Almonds
  • Peanuts
  • Cashews

What’s in Your Fridge? And Freezer?

15 Responses

  1. Hi Amie!

    The inside of your fridge is looking gorgeous. What a wonderful list of the healthy home cook.

  2. I’ll take your entire fridge and freezer please, thank you! YUM

    • Aw; thanks Brittany. It’s easy to stock your fridge with healthy fare; let me know if you need any assistance and thanks for following my blog! Enjoy your weekend. Best, Amie

  3. Yeah! I had to smile to myself because my fridge and yours are similiar! I cannot wait to check out your recipes 🙂

    • Thanks Alex; I hope you enjoy my recipes as well as my fridge n’ pantry goodies! Have a great day and thanks for following The Healthy Apple…

  4. Amie,
    My friend Nancy S. told me about your website. I have a wheat and dairy senstivity and am always looking for good recipes. Thanks for all the great info.

    • Robyn,

      Thank you so much for your comment; I hope you enjoy my recipes…have a fabulous evening! Best, Amie

  5. Hi Amie:

    After taking a peek in your fridge it gave me some ideas on what to stock up on. I sometimes at am a loss and can’t think of new things to buy.
    I am looking forward to stocking up on some new items and they are all healthy thanks to you.
    I love the chocolate bar 70 cocoa which is great for when you have a sweet tooth. A little of that goes a long way to satisfying a craving.
    What a great site!!! I can think of a few people right now I will forward it to that will really appreciate it!

    • Thank you so much for your kind words, Serena…so glad you enjoyed my fridge! Have a wonderful day.

  6. What is greek yogurt exactly? Is it like keffir?
    Just curious about it as I’m avoiding dairy also…

    • Greek yogurt is amazing; it’s a bit thicker than regular yogurt depending on the brand that you purchase. I love Fage, which is the thickest Greek yogurt. My other favorites are Chobani and Oikos, which are both less thick and have a smoother texture. Fage is the consistency of Sour Cream…I love Greek yogurt because since I am lactose intolerant, I cannot digest the lactose in dairy, however, may individuals who are lactose intolerant can digest Greek yogurt because of the way it is strained. I eat Greek plain yogurt everyday, not too much, but always have some for calcium as well as the high protein count. The protein is amazing in Greek yogurt compared to regular yogurt…take a look the next time you are at the food store and compare the proteins in regular yogurt vs. Greek yogurt. Also, many other brads are coming out with Greek yogurts, Voskos, Yoplait, Dannon and Greek God’s Yogurt are a few. I also love Siggi’s yogurt, which is an amazing thick yogurt. Hope this information helped! Have a great day and let me know your thoughts when you try Greek yogurt! Best, Amie

  7. you must be loaded to afford all that fresh food and have loads of time to use it. i have very lil in my fridge, staples n I pick up produce as I plan, its way too $$$ to just buy b/c it looks good or i might make something…

    • Femme, you don’t have to be ‘loaded’ to afford good food. Produce is cheap if you go to a store that sells produce only, food co-ops and in the summer farmers markets. As for the fancier stuff like Almond milk, you just have to keep your eyes peeled for deals and get what you can afford. I am on a tight budget so I will buy either soy OR almond milk and get whatever is on sale or cheaper that week. I found a really good deal on Almond milk a 4L carton for the price of a 2L carton! It’s actually cheaper at the frilly grocery store than my cheap grocery store. So I go to the frilly store just for the almond milk lol!
      And yes I envy those who have the time and passion to put into making good healthy food. You can only do what works for you.

      • Thank you for your comment as I certainly am not loaded, I live a very simple life and spend most of my money on my food because I feel that food is so important. Thank you, Jeannine for tips, as well. I do the same thing; always looking for a sale and always traveling the extra mile for a less expensive food store here in Manhattan! Have a great night. Best, Amie

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