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Just add juice or milk to these mixes, which include frozen berries and sweetened yogurt, to whip up a quick breakfast in your own blender. ($3.50; supermarkets)
Evol Mini Burritos
Snack-size burritos (each is around four inches long and 180 calories) are stuffed with Mexican-inspired, good-for-you ingredients, like free-range chicken, humanely raised Niman Ranch beef, and sautéed vegetables. ($2; supermarkets)
An Indian-inspired sandwich features takeout favorites like chicken curry wrapped in flatbread. ($3; Sukhis.com for stores)
Seapoint Farms Edamame
Lightly salted soybeans are a good source of protein and fiber, and single-serving bags are easy to pack for work or school. ($4 for six; supermarkets)
Village Harvest Pourable Whole Grains
These bags of ready-to-microwave side dishes like brown rice, quinoa, and blends such as Spicy Thai cook up in less than a minute. (From $5; Whole Foods)
Tips on how to eat better and save money by freezing food
How long will food keep in the freezer?
From the January 2011 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine
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