"So, what’s for tea?”
It’s one of the big questions at the heart of family life.
But right now, we’re all thinking about more than what to cook. We’re all trying to live together, laugh together, learn together and do our very best to stick together, even if we are far apart.
Everyone’s doing their bit, as are we, helping everyone through this in whatever little ways we can. We are working with supermarkets and local stores to make sure your favourite frozen food is on the shelves and we are working with our charity partners to help get food to the vulnerable.
Scroll down to find little ways to help everyone get some happy around teatime - and many more lunchtimes too! From games to play together, to ideas about how to maximise your freezer storage and from quick and easy recipe tips to simple ideas for adding more goodness to the plate.
We hope it helps, even if just a little bit.
Salmon is a fish powerhouse. Not only does this oily fish make for a tasty meal, it’s also a great source of Omega-3, protein, selenium and vitamins B6 & B12. Its nutrients can help contribute to healthy bones and muscles and help to keep your heart healthy. Some food for thought for you. It’s no wonder, then, that this fabulous fish is one of the nation’s favourites.
Sometimes, there’s nothing more delicious than a juicy burger, especially one that’s packed with salad, relish, and the finest cuts of beef. What’s more, with Birds Eye beef burgers, there is no need to defrost so you can cook them straight from frozen! We’ve got all you need to know about how to cook frozen burgers, so you can spend less time in the kitchen (or at the BBQ!), and more time entertaining your family and friends.
Click on the banner to find out this and other top tips on the best way to fill your freezer. Here at Birds Eye, we want you to enjoy our range of frozen food products to the max, check out our frozen food myths page including the expert opinions of registered dietitian and health writer, Laura Tilt.
So, what’s for tea? Fun!
Here are some fresh Ideas to beat the boredom. We might all find ourselves indoors, but with a little imagination and a few basic items we can dream up some distraction.
Take a look at our Life Hacks for Kids page here