Very Easy Gluten-Free Green Bean Casserole
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Dec 19 2009

Very Easy Gluten-Free Green Bean Casserole

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I have been using Progresso Creamy Mushroom Soup for a couple of years, but it has always been hard to find. I would normally buy 5 or 6 cans at a time whenever I could find it at a local store. I recently found an entire end-cap of Creamy Mushroom and French Onion (both gluten-free) soup at the Super Wal-Mart in Longmont. The section was at the front of the store, by the registers, on the food side, so really no where near the soup aisle. Just a reminder to keep your eyes open when you are shopping! I am not sure why they put these two flavors out, or why they were up front, but I was really glad because I wouldn’t have gone through the soup aisle looking for them, since they are normally not there. So, I stocked up on both soup flavors! I use the Creamy Mushroom to make Green bean casserole for the holidays. At Thanksgiving my family wanted the “regular” casserole too, so they made the one with the gluten-filled fried onions. Well, my casserole was completely eaten! I love this simple recipe. It requires very few ingredients, but you can always add other ingredients as you wish. Feel free to play around with this very easy recipe.

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The Progresso Creamy Mushroom Soup has “gluten-free” on the label! The French Onion soup is also labeled gluten-free.

I have a very simple recipe. You can tweak it however you would like, by adding nuts (like shaved almonds instead of the gluten-free fried onions), or other spices. Use your imagination!

Very Easy Gluten-Free Green Bean Casserole:

  • 1 large can of French cut green beans
  • 1 can Progresso Creamy Mushroom Soup (it is not condensed, so you don’t need to add liquid).
  • 1  TBS Worcestershire sauce (Lea and Perrins is gluten-free)
  • Salt and Pepper to taste.

Mix and top with fried onions (see *). Bake at 350 for about 30 min or until warm and bubbfried onionsly.

*Fried Onions– I use plain fried onions from the Asian Seafood Market. 2833 28th St Boulder, CO 80301 (303) 541-9377. They come in a clear plastic container with a red lid and are just fried onions (no flour coating). You may be able to find these at other Asian Markets around the country. You can also check online stores like Amazon (see this listing for a similar product). If you are worried about what you will do with all of the left over onion, consider using it in a meatloaf recipe, topping a salad, or sprinkled on another casserole dish, like chicken and rice. The beauty of the simple fried onion is the light flavor. Enjoy!

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Tiffany is a gluten-free foodie who writes about restaurants, products, and news in the gluten-free community. She works closely with several celiac groups, both locally and nationally, for celiac and gluten-free awareness. She is the Group Chairperson for the Boulder County Celiacs and featured contributor in Delight gluten-free Magazine. Follow Tiffany on Twitter!

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  • Di

    I make it with crushed Funyuns snacks and it works great. No one even noticed last Thanksgiving that the green bean casserole was “different” than the usual Campbell’s version until I pointed it out a few hours after dinner. They loved it! Progresso Cream of Mushroom soup is SO good and like you, I’m always disappointed when it’s unavailable and therefore stock up whenever I find it! I always love to see a label that proudly proclaims “gluten free.” : )

  • http://www.glutenfreepromotions.com Tiffany Janes

    Di – the new Pacific Natural Foods cream of mushroom soup is fabulous! We can’t use Funyuns as they have MSG in them (and I avoid that), but I’ve heard from others that they work great in this casserole ;)

    • Di

      Thanks for the info. I can’t wait to try it!

    • Ryan

      Well if you are avoiding MSG Id suggest looking closer at what is in cans. The “soy protein, Spices, and yeast extract” are ALL names companies have created to hide the fact that its just MSG by another name.