Keeping your fridge clean and organized can be challenging, especially with kids. When my fridge is unorganized, I forget about food that I’ve bought and it goes bad. Wasteful. So I’m revamping my fridge in hope that less food will be wasted. In addition, I’m hoping my kids will eat healthier if they can easily get to premade snacks. My kids love veggies but they usually won’t wash and cut them for a snack. They’re teens so they’re more than capable but it just doesn’t happen.
I’m going to utilize a few of these amazing fridge organization ideas for my own fridge makeover and I hope you’ll find some that will work for you and your family as well!
Use Crystal Light containers for easy access to freshly washed veggies for a healthy after-school snack.
Found here: The Social Home
Create these easy diy magnets for storing small items that you use often.
Found here: Tatertots & Jello
Use mason jars for storage or prepping lunches.
Found here: Big Red Kitchen
Use inexpensive plastic containers to keep the entire fridge organized and functional.
Found here: Four Generations One Roof
Use pull-out bins so food doesn’t get pushed to the back of the fridge.
Found here: Goodbye House Hello Home
Keep your fridge clean with these fridge coasters.
Found here: A Bowl Full of Lemons
Write the date on leftovers so they don’t overtake your fridge.
Found here: I Heart Organizing
Use file folder organizers as freezer shelves.
Found here: Aunt Peaches
Use bins in the freezer for organizing meats.
Found here: Time With Thea
Use plastic shelves as a snack box.
Found here: Pinning With Purpose
Keep track of your shopping with a magnetic dry erase board.
Found here: The Seaside Bohemian
Make an after-school snack bin.
Found here: Little Penelope Lane
Organize everything you need for weekly meals with labeled bins.
Found here: The Coupon Project
Let me know if you try any of these fridge organization hacks and how they worked for you!