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FRENCH'S® GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE

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April 19, 2014 5 25
SERVINGS 6
COOK TIME 35 mins
PREP TIME 5 mins

(based on 25 votes)
FRENCH'S® GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE

Ingredients:

1 (10 3/4 oz.) can CAMPBELL'S® 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

Directions:

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.

Reviews


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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

" THIS IS A FAMILY FAVORITE I MAKE FOR THE HOLIDAY'S BUT I ALWAYS PERK IT UP WITH 3/4 CUPS OF CHESSE AND AND TOP IT WITH CRISP BACON IN THE MIDDLE... YUMMY!!! "

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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