EGWs6uuBZ3pp-zGuVVdmeLgkJG4 Across the Avenue: Review: Farm Rich Frozen Snacks...Giveaway! #Easy Snacks #AppetizerIdeas

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Review: Farm Rich Frozen Snacks...Giveaway! #Easy Snacks #AppetizerIdeas


Our family loves appetizers with dinner and appetizers as snacks. We've been long time fans of the frozen Farm Rich products, so when we found out that they expanded their selection, we wanted to try them immediately. (You may have seen them featured on Dr. Oz, Rachel Ray, or Ladies Home Journal.)

For family movie night, we decided to make Farm Rich Crispy Dill Pickles, Queso Bites, and Toasted Ravioli. I love how quickly these are ready to go!

Fried Pickles - One of my favorite discoveries when I lived in the south was fried pickles. My husband knows how much I love them, so when he finds some on a menu, he points it out immediately. The thing is, fried pickles are only made well when sliced, rather than spears, in my opinion. This is kind of hard to find around DC, so the fact that Farm Rich now makes them is fabulous! We tossed them on the toaster oven tray and popped them in the oven for 7 minutes. How easy is that? They came out crispy and delicious, paired with my preference-thousand island dressing.


Queso Bites - If you're a spicy cheese lover, the queso bites are pretty addictive. They have a great kick to them with a creaminess to the cheese for flavors that compliment each other really nicely. Eight minutes in the toaster oven and they'll be oozing with cheesy goodness.


 Toasted Ravioli -Talk about a filling snack! My eyes were definitely bigger than my stomach when I tossed half the bag onto the tray and heated them in the oven for 10 minutes. The crispy outer layer and warm cheesy inside pair well with a spicy marinara sauce. As much as we liked these as part of our movie night snack, we want to try them as a meal next.




Check out this prosciutto wrapped ravioli idea!






We are on the hunt for the new Farm Rich Chocolate Cream Brownie Bites and Cinnamon Apple Pie Bites. We haven't found them in our area quite yet, but we're on the look out and will review them as soon as we find them! Check your local grocery store freezer aisle or Walmart grocery section.

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Disclaimer: As always, our reviews are our opinions and may differ from yours. We are appreciative to Farm Rich for allowing us to review their products.

20 comments:

  1. Prosciutto wrapped ravioli looks delicious!

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  2. Fried Pickles!!!! A weakness at restaurants-and now they're in the grocery store...

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  3. I want the Queso Bites for Cinco de Mayo!

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  4. I would use the meatballs to make mini sliders.

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  5. OMG prosciutto wrapped ravioli? That's like a dream come true! I'm a huge fan of fried pickles too. YUMMY! Great, now I'm hungry. ;) I entered the giveaway too.

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  6. I'd use the Fried Pickles as a hamburger topping.

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  7. I would use the queso bites for a Mexican night!

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  8. All the frozen hourdourves would be inhaled by my teenagers!

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  9. Fried Pickles on a turkey burger would be great to eat.

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  10. I'd pair the Queso bites with salsa.

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  11. I put my fried pickles on my ham sandwich.

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  12. I'd pair the Toasted Ravioli with Italian Sausage.

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  13. I would definitely make some sweet and sour meatballs.

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  14. Put the fried pickles on a tuna fish sandwich. My grandpa used to do that :)

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  15. How about Toasted Ravoli Parm? :)

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  16. I commented:
    http://www.acrosstheavenue.com/2014/05/recipe-spicy-sweet-potato-chips.html?showComment=1399584454311#c1762545253171608713

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  17. I would stuff the queso bites in a jalapeno and roast them!

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  18. I would use the meatballs for a meatball soup.

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