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Saturday, November 3, 2018

Green Bean Casserole

Green Bean Casserole is probably the most known Thanksgiving dish. I remember when I had cable (probably when I still lived with my parents) seeing the Campbell's commercials with the winter scene and this family has made the green bean casserole that is perfectly paired with French's french onion chips. I want to say there is a little snowman outside looking in and when he comes in, he eats a bite and turns into a little boy- ok, I actually think that's for an actual soup commercial.

What I'm trying to say is that green bean casserole is a great comfort food and would be an obvious choice to make along side a turkey or ham for Thanksgiving and Christmas- even Easter!

The best part about it is that it's so easy!

I made some, last night, and paired it with a Tuscan pasta and garlic bread. I made a smaller batch than I do with the holidays and since I was short on time, I put it into the microwave to save time. Surprisingly, it came out alright. I did bake it in the oven for 7 minutes to make the french onion chips crispy, but if you're short on time, you could do the same.


3 14.5 oz cans of cut green beans, drained
1 10.5 can of cream of mushroom condensed soup
3/4 cup milk
1.5 cups of french fried onion chips.

Just double for large groups


1. Preheat oven to 350
2. Combine all of the ingredients except the french onion chips. Place in a medium casserole dish and bake for 30 minutes. If you have a smaller dish that it fits in the microwave and you're short on time, you can place it in there and sensor reheat.
3. Remove from oven and carefully stir.
4. Sprinkle french onion chips on top of the casserole so it evenly covers the mixture and bake for 5 extra minutes.

Voila! You will have a delicious dish in a short amount of time! The hardest part about this dish is making sure it makes it all around the table. It's great to reheat too, IF you have extra's the next day.


  1. Looks really easy and quick to make. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

    1. It's very yummy! Even my sister who hates mushrooms, likes this.

  2. Perfect Thanksgiving side dish recipes! I always look for easy and delicious ways to make green bean casserole! I'm also inviting my cousin's family who has two beautiful girls I think they would love this!

  3. Oh wow! That is the fastest main course I have ever seen. I wonder if you can make it with soy milk? I am sure that you can also get vegan mushroom soup. Thanks for sharing.

  4. This is a family favorite! Thanks for sharing your recipe- It really is so much easier than I thought.

  5. Not only does this look like a yummy accompaniment on the Thanksgiving table, it looks so simple to prepare as well! Looking forward to trying this out.

  6. This is a staple at our Thanksgiving meal. Love this recipe, thank you!

  7. Green bean has plenty of protein and this is what I needed as I am bodybuilding 5 days a week. Glad to find out this recipe and will start making it for myself and whole family.

  8. Green Bean Casserole is my favorite side dish for the holidays. It's so easy to make and this recipe is a very simple one, thanks for sharing!

  9. This sounds good and healthy... Worth a try..!

  10. I've never made a casserole, but this sounds delicious. I like beans, and the fried onions sound very tasty. Plus it is so easy to make - thanks for the recipe!

  11. I make this almost every year at the holidays. I love this recipe and it is easy to make.

  12. This is such an easy and perfect classic holiday side dish. I grew up having it at our family Thanksgiving meals.

  13. You know i never had green bean casserole before. I know its a popular thanksgiving dish

    1. If you like green beans and cream of mushroom soup, you'll like this!


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