Last updated on December 24th, 2013 at 02:43 pm

My family and I definitely have some favorite fridge foods and drinks, go-to items that are always in our fridge and easily accessible. Most of the time we can’t even find our favorite foods because our refrigerator is packed to the max with left overs, jugs of milk, and big tubs of lettuce. We try to only shop twice a month, as you can image we often have a lot in our fridge and finding exactly what we want can sometimes be like looking for a needle in a hay stack. It just so happens when I came home today from running some errands my husband had the fridge cleaned. Now I don’t feel so bad sharing some of our favorite fridge foods with all of you.


Cow Butter

My family’s go-to fridge food is Laughing Cow cheese, it’s the best and usually always inside our dairy draw in our fridge so I don’t have to fight too long to find it. It’s good on bagels, club crackers, pita chips, and even bagel chips. I could live off of this stuff if need be. We buy the large 3 packs from Sam’s club, our favorite is the Creamy Swiss but the other flavors are just as good. Jasmine calls it ‘cow butter’, that always makes me laugh.


Lettuce & Salad Mix

My family and I are obsessed with salads. We eat salads everyday and even our daughter likes them, well maybe she mostly likes our croutons.


Lunch Meat

I make Jasmine at least one sandwich a day. We always have plenty of honey ham easily accessible, she’s at the age where she likes to help make her food. If things aren’t easy for her to find she easily gets discouraged. I guess this is another reason to try and keep the fridge clean.


Go-To Drink

It’s unreal how much sweet tea my family and I consume day-to-day. We don’t keep soda in our fridge, except for ginger ale, it settles my stomach. Growing up we always had sweet tea on hand. My husband acquired a taste for my family’s sweet tea and he claims he likes mine the best. I need to teach him how to make it so I don’t have to do it so much. We always have plenty of iced tea on hand, expect now, looks like I need to make another pitcher soon.


Creamer Love

My husband and I drink coffee through the day and even enjoy a cup after we have dinner. I’m always reaching for my favorite International Delight coffee creamer.


LG Food Fight

For those quick trips to the fridge, the Door-in-Door is a magnetically sealed section of the refrigerator that allows you to use the door bin without opening the entire refrigerator. Due to the Door-In-Door feature, less cool air escapes when the easy access compartment is opened, keeping cold air in the rest of the fridge, where it matters most. Whether it’s a refreshing drink, condiments or a healthy snack, the Door-in-Door is the ideal space for quick access to your family’s go-to foods such as canned or bottled drinks, salad dressings and condiments. Learn More Here.

Make sure you cast your vote for your go-to-fridge-food in LG’s Food Fight. Which item if your most common fridge food? Yogurt, Juicebox, Mustard, or Diet Soda.

Which food would you vote for to win the Door-In-Door spot?

You can vote by visiting the LG USA Facebook page.

Compensation was provided by LG via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of LG.


Hey there, I’m Tiffany! I’m a work-at-home mom of two rambunctious children (Jasmine, 9 + Sean II, 5) and recently widowed at just 35 years old. I've remarried and currently live right outside of Baton Rouge in Denham Springs, Louisiana with two adoring cats and a dog. Let's connect on Twitter @fabulousmomblog.


  1. We are big coffee drinkers here too, so creamer is ALWAYS on hand! I love that your daughter calls Laughing Cow Cheese “Cow Butter” – that is so cute!!

    My vote would be for Yogurt – we always have at least 3 kinds in the fridge at all times 🙂

  2. Oh such tough choices! I lovvveee creamer obviously, and salad mix is a must for me. My boy loves his deli meat though! However mommy wouldn’t function without her coffee so I say creamer.

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