Things to stock up in your fridge this back-to-school season

It’s back-to-school season! The kids are going to need more energy from food as they embark on a long day of learning. Keep your kids invigorated and happy with yummy, nutritious, and easy-to-make treats.

To make recess and lunch breaks more engaging, let them choose the ingredients and help out with cooking, too. Spend more quality bonding moments with them and make healthy living exciting and enjoyable.

Here are some things you can stock up on as the season winds down and gives way to another eventful school year. Store them in the Samsung Twin Cooling Refrigerator so you can make fresh and flavorful snacks for your kids any time.

Fresh and juicy fruits

No need to squirm if you’re not a fan of fruit on pizza, because this sweet “pizza” is going to make you have more than one serving. Take a big slice of watermelon and top it with pineapples, kiwis, grapes, or other fruits of choice. Alternatively, you can skewer some of the slices to create colorful kebabs. Excess toppings can be blended together to make a fresh fruit smoothie or pour the mix into various molds to create cute ice pops.

The Samsung Twin Cooling Refrigerator is built with two evaporators that manage the fridge and freezer separately, providing up to 70 percent humidity, so your fruits stay fresh longer without drying out.

Grains, nuts, and seeds

Oatmeal is a versatile ingredient that can be transformed into a variety of snacks. You can mix it with fruit bits, or nuts such as almonds or cashews, to create granola bars, cookies, or muesli. Chia seeds and flaxseeds are dense in protein and essential nutrients, giving that added energy boost. You can add this in small amounts to your oatmeal bowls or smoothies. Place these ingredients in airtight containers before storing them in the fridge.

Sweet substitutes

Make your fruity treats and fiber-rich bowls creamier and tastier with yogurt, honey, peanut butter, and other sugar alternatives. They can act as a simple dip for apple or pear slices, or you can explore more creative recipes. For example, you can blend strawberries and yogurt together, pop the mix in the freezer, and come up with dairy-free “ice cream.” Honey and peanut butter can serve as a sweet binder for oatmeal-based pastries.

The Samsung Twin Cooling Refrigerator is built with two handy features to help you create these refreshing treats at the touch of a button: the Power Cool quickly chills food and drinks, while the Power Freeze reduces the time it takes to bring food to an ice-cold temperature.

Fish and poultry

Keep a supply of fresh salmon, tilapia, or chicken in your freezer for the busy weekdays ahead. These foods are easy to cook and incorporate into many different recipes. Not only are they incredibly versatile and delicious, fish and chicken are also excellent sources of protein, and thus make the perfect baon for your kids.

Aside from keeping your food fresher longer, you can also control your fridge and freezer separately with the Samsung Twin Cooling Refrigerator’s Smart Conversion feature. You can choose from five different modes depending on your needs, like the Fridge Max Mode, which converts your freezer for more fridge space; or Vacation Mode, which switches the fridge off and keeps the freezer running—perfect for that last-minute family vacation when you’ll be gone for long periods of time and need to make sure your food is preserved while you’re away.


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