Corn's vitamin C prevents cancer and heart disease. Yellow maize includes cataract-preventing lutein and zeaxanthin.
Broccoli contains vitamin C, A, and K. Frozen broccoli has the same nutrients. As a side dish, roast it with garlic or sauté it.
Cherries are low in calories and full of fibre, vitamins, and minerals. C, A, K vitamins. Fruits contain potassium, magnesium, and calcium.
Strawberry pancakes are a classic breakfast (and dessert). High in vitamin C, they're excellent in baked goods, smoothies, or on yoghurt or oatmeal.
Frozen peas do more than relieve pain. Peas add protein and fibre to meals.
Potassium-rich spinach. Potassium lowers blood pressure. Spinach's lutein content helps prevent macular degeneration and cataracts.
You can freeze bananas yourself as they're not sold frozen. You can use leftovers in smoothies or baked items.
Brussels sprouts aren't just a Thanksgiving side dish. When frozen, they're good year-round. Try cooking them with bacon.
Green beans are another Thanksgiving food that's underrated. You may boil frozen green beans as a side dish to any poultry meal.