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October 20, 2014 5 25
COOK TIME 35 mins
PREP TIME 5 mins

(based on 25 votes)


1 (10 3/4 oz.) can CAMPBELL'S® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup

3/4 cup milk

1/8 tsp. black pepper

4 cups cooked cut green beans

1 1/3 cups FRENCH'S® Original or Cheddar French Fried Onions


MIX soup, milk and pepper in a 1 1/2-quart baking dish. Stir in beans and 2/3 cup French Fried Onions.

BAKE at 350°F for 30 minutes or until hot. Stir.

TOP with remaining 2/3 cup onions. Bake 5 minutes or until onions are golden.

Nutrition Facts:

Serving Size 1 cup
Calories 142
Fat 8g
Saturated Fat 4g
Carbohydrates 14g
Fiber 3g
Protein 3g
Cholesterol 3mg

Tips from French's

Look for FRENCH'S® French Fried Onions in the canned vegetable aisle!

Use fresh, frozen or canned green beans.


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reviewed by: KellyWiseman156 | Feb, 14, 2014

" I always throw in a can or two of mushrooms and i always use the cheddar fried onions. So freaking delicious, my whole family loves it! "

reviewed by: honugirl23 | Dec, 24, 2013

" I make this recipe every year for the holidays. Only I add a little garlic powder, a little extra pepper and shredded provolone and parmesan cheeses. And since I usually double or triple it I will use both cream of celery and cream of mushroom soup. There are Never any left overs :) "

reviewed by: acnecare | Dec, 02, 2013

" Hadnt made this in years and had guests for T'Giving last week--used French-style green beans instead, (son doesn't like 'shrooms) cream of chicken (low sod.), got creative and sautéed sliced jalapenas--maybe a couple tbsp., threw in 1/2 cu velveeta (dip) with Rotel tom/chilies to thicken and cut back on milk. Tossed in some Oscar Mayer Turkey Bacon Bits and used orig. French's Fr. Fried Onions (new cheddar has MSG---) and my son finished the bowl! Just enough spiced ingred to give natural flavor boost but no 'hot' in your mouth at all! GREAT! "

reviewed by: nsiteservices | Nov, 28, 2013

" If you want to prepare this the day before, add frozen green beans to the rest of the ingredients. The frozen beans will be a bit hard to mix, but its worth the effort - good green bean texture and fresh taste. Refrigerate in the dish you will cook it in. Also, I, use evaporated milk instead of milk. Add the onion rings (1\2 mixed into mixture, 1\2 on top) right before baking. "

reviewed by: mjw | Nov, 27, 2013

" time for common sense. the recipe on the container of French's fried onions calls for 1-1/3 cups of fried onions. the large container has 6oz. do you think you should state the wet measure as well as the weight? maybe that way i would know how much to buy. not everyone is a cook or a baker. "

reviewed by: wmccormick924 | Nov, 22, 2012

" I put some Water Chestnuts into my dish this time it added a great flavor along with cheese. "

reviewed by: natecasler | Apr, 08, 2012

" I love this recipe! The only thing I do different is I use condensed milk, it seems to help with the consistency! "

reviewed by: farmwife | Feb, 13, 2012

" Can this be made ahead of time and reheated? Give me some info on that if you can please. "

reviewed by: chyduckysaves | Jan, 16, 2012

" I love this recipe for a side but for a meal, I add in a cup of cooked chicken & a cup of cooked rice. Feeds a happy family of 4 easily & is quite filling. "

reviewed by: sdulka | Dec, 20, 2011

" My family likes the crunch of the FF Onions, so I wait and put the final addition of onions on the casserole JUST before serving. "

reviewed by: Fmbreece | Dec, 12, 2011

" I add sautéed mushrooms and crispy bacon to this recipand it's always a huge hit "

reviewed by: knpack87 | Nov, 29, 2011

" very good recipe. My whole family loved it "

reviewed by: tinker1162 | Nov, 26, 2011

" OH wait!!!! Sorry, got confused about my recipes. The cream was not for the greenbean cassarole. My bad. But it was still great! "

reviewed by: tinker1162 | Nov, 26, 2011

" Ooppps... I also add sharp cheddar cheese to mine. "

reviewed by: tinker1162 | Nov, 26, 2011

" I love greenbean cassarole. And I used this recipe for Thanksgiving Dinner. I didn't have any cream on hand, so I had to use the milk that I had. Was fatfree milk. Still turned out great! Everyone loved it! I can't wait to try it with cream! "

reviewed by: debra-dunn | Nov, 25, 2011

" I love mixing half green beans and half corn, mix with cream of mushroom and cream of celery and it makes a awesome crunchy food fest in your mouth!! "

reviewed by: jmbetau | Nov, 23, 2011

" I doubled the recipe but found it took much longer to bake than just doubling the cook time listed for the regular recipe. After 1 hour it still was too "soupy". I reduced the heat by 50 degrees and cooked it another 25 minutes. It then set in the refrigerator overnight and was at the right consistency the next morning. "

reviewed by: hawleycarol | Nov, 23, 2011

" Has anyone made the Green Bean Casserole in a crock pot? Thanks, Carol "

reviewed by: ncmom50 | Nov, 22, 2011

" I always double the recipe since we have such a large crowd. I use a can of cream of chicken and a can of cream of mushroom. I also splash a litle worcestershire sauce in for a little exra taste. I also use fresh green beans that I can each year. Yum Yum "

reviewed by: sylvester017 | Nov, 21, 2011

" Doesn't matter what variations are suggested for this recipe. It's those wonderful French Fried Onions that make this casserole! Don't believe me? Then, try this casserole just ONCE without the onions! "

reviewed by: CABRALB79 | Nov, 21, 2011


reviewed by: sulley13 | Nov, 20, 2011

" My husband and I love this recipe more than we love mac n' cheese as a side! I always use the cheddar french onion straws AND I add as much shredded cheddar (or whatever cheese you like) to the mix before I cook it. When I take it out to add the straws on top, I put extra shredded cheddar/mozarella on top. Makes it AMAZING! "

reviewed by: habarka41 | Nov, 16, 2011

" This is everyones favorite. I add a can of drained mushrooms along with a teaspoon of lite soy sauce. Soooo good and there is never any leftover. "

reviewed by: nancybirdwatcher | Nov, 15, 2011

" I made a happy mistake once. When I reached for the canned green beans I picked up canned Asparagus instead. By the time I realized it the can was already open. So I substituted the asparagus and everyone loved it. That is how I make it now. "

reviewed by: regorneslen | Nov, 06, 2011

" Substitute cayenne pepper to liven it up a bit "

reviewed by: pcstokes | Jun, 28, 2011

" I've been making this recipe for years and it's still a hit. "

reviewed by: queenbeaver93514 | Apr, 22, 2011

" My daughter was coming to visit and she won't eat mushrooms, so I substituted cream of celery soup for the cream of mushroom. OMG! It is so much better with cream of celery soup. Who knew? Now I always make it with cream of celery. Everyone wants to know my "secret". LOL! "

reviewed by: MIKE_152647548 | Apr, 16, 2011

" This is a recipe that is timeless.... It is always a favorite dishes to prepare for family and friends !!!!! "

reviewed by: Smartzke52 | Nov, 25, 2010

" Nice site "

reviewed by: sumrmt | Nov, 20, 2010

" this is one of my favorite recipes to make for the holidays. I like to use french style green beans. Its so tasty & smells so great "

reviewed by: tamiseever | Nov, 17, 2010

" I love this recipe. I not only make it at the holidays, but a couple times threwout the year as well. I have to admit though, i did change it a little. Instead of cream of mushroom, i used cream of chicken. & i used 2 cans of green beans instead of fresh. Yum! :) Thanks again. "

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