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The FITNESS 2010 Healthy Food Awards: The Best Frozen Foods

Have a healthy meal fast with our picks for the best foods for your freezer.

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Van's Lite Waffles
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AppleBerry VitaMuffins

With six grams of fiber, they make a yummy morning snack to tide you over until lunch.

Calories per muffin: 100

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Van's Lite Waffles

"Crunchy on the outside, soft and sweet on the inside. Love 'em!" one tester said.

Calories per 2 waffles: 140

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Cedarlane Garden Vegetable Enchiladas

When you can't go out for Mexican, heat these up. They're filled with cheese, beans, corn, and chilies and topped with a spicy sauce.

Calories per package: 280

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Amy's Teriyaki Wrap

This vegetarian mixture of brown rice, tofu, and vegetables has a sweet-and-sour flavor.

Calories per wrap: 310

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Organic Bistro Wild Salmon

"I'm usually leery of frozen fish dinners, but this tasted fresh -- like what you'd get in a restaurant," a happy reviewer said.

Calories per meal: 390

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Alexia Sweet Potato Julienne Fries

Staffers devoured these sweet, crispy fries the second they were out of the oven.

Calories per 3 ounces: 140

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Palermo's Primo Thin Margherita Pizza

A firm, thin crust topped with garlicky tomatoes and a liberal sprinkling of cheese. Bella!

Calories per 1/3 pizza: 260

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Pacific Natural Foods Fire-Baked Thin Crust Uncured Pepperoni Pizza

Nitrate-free pepperoni mixed with three types of gooey cheese made this healthy pizza an instant hit.

Calories per 1/3 pizza: 260

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, July/August 2010.

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stacimmcdowell1 wrote:

I love van's because of all their gluten free products!! Breakfast is good again!

9/29/2011 08:51:53 PM Report Abuse
ronimjenkins wrote:

I wish the sugar content was listed as well. If it is full of sugar and 100 calories, you still shouldn't eat it.

9/29/2011 11:26:05 AM Report Abuse

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