Friday, November 28, 2014

Easy, Peasy Green Bean(sy)

If you're showing up for the blog party today, congratulations. I'm here thanks to a wonderful little scheduling tool that blogger provides. Love it. As you're reading this I'm probably grabbing great deals online because I refuse to face the madness that is Black Friday shopping in person! I get shivers just thinking about it. I'm happy browsing deals online with my mama.

So... as promised from my Golden Vlog... Today I'm sharing my super secret awesome green bean casserole recipe. It's really not secret. It is amazing though.

What you'll need:
Well... it really depends on how many people you're planning to serve. So for me, since I basically serve a small army on Thanksgiving (and Christmas) I require a tad bit more than your standard family size batch of casserole. You can always adjust up or down as needed. Today let's pretend you're serving a small army. Deal? Deal.

  • 4-6 (14.5 oz) cans of green beans
  • 4 (10.5 oz) cans of Cream of Mushroom soup
  • 2 (10.5 oz) cans of Cream of Celery soup
  • 1 (6 oz) package of French Fried Onions
What you'll need to do:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 

Pour green beans and soups into your baking dish

Throw in a few handfuls of oh so yummy fried onions! 
Mix some more! 

Sprinkle more fried onions on top until you can barely see anymore beans. It tastes better this way. 
Pop your glorious mixture into the oven and bake for about 20-25 minutes. Or until your fried onions on top start to brown and the soups start to bubble 

Serve and Enjoy! 
I'm telling y'all... my family goes crazy for this recipe. Do you make green bean casserole? What do you do that's the same (or different) than mine. I'd love to know if you try this one!
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  1. I had never had green bean casserole before living in the US, but it quickly became a tradition at both Thanksgiving and Christmas. Now that we're back in Canada, I try to bring it to any holiday celebration. Delish!

  2. My husband had never had it before he met me... and he's from new jersey! it's one of his faves now! I absolutely love it! There was barely any left overs yesteday

  3. I never thought of using cream of celery! Gonna have to try that next time and see if Hubs likes it.

  4. love me some green bean casserole! <3

  5. This year I bought cream of mushroom with a hint of roasted garlic. Talk about holy yum! And yeah the celery gives it a little something extra. ;)

  6. This is a favorite for many for sure!! SO GOOD!

  7. oh absolutely! I didn't have any left overs to take home! luckily I got some of the turkey!