If you’re tired, frustrated and all out of culinary inspiration, these Campbell’s soup recipes might just save dinner.
There are so many recipes to choose from here, all designed to get a hearty, satisfying meal on the table with minimal hassle.
Because some nights, the last thing you feel like doing is slaving over a stove. Maybe you had a bad day at work, or perhaps the kids are acting up.
Whatever’s going on, you just don’t have the time or the headspace to cook a gourmet meal.
Don’t worry, Campbell’s soup is here to help! With these simple recipes, dinner has never been easier.
The green bean casserole is a classic for a reason. This family favorite is easy to pull together and can feed a lot of hungry mouths.
In this recipe, Campbell’s cream of mushroom soup is poured over tender green beans and topped with crispy onions for extra crunch.
It’s creamy, tasty, and it’s easily converted into a vegetarian main meal with a simple side salad or steamed rice.
If you want to win Mom of the Year (or just score some seriously good culinary karma), make this for the family tonight.
Campbell’s cream of chicken never tasted so good, slathered over floury tortillas stuffed with spicy chicken and gooey cheese.
People think homemade pie is a pain. It’s really not with this recipe. Forget fussing with flour, as the entire meal can be prepped in just 10 minutes!
Juicy chunks of chicken and tender veggies are topped with Campbell’s cream of chicken soup, then finished off with a buttery, flaky pie crust. It’s perfection in a pie dish.
If you have turkey, pasta, and Campbell’s cream of chicken soup, you’ll have a mouth-watering meal.
Simply throw all the above together in a casserole dish along with some veggies and fresh herbs, and bake.
Don’t forget the crispy breadcrumb topping, which gives a satisfying crunch to this creamy feast.
As the name suggests, this chunky chicken casserole is basically a party for your tastebuds.
The Tex-Mex flavor really shines here, mixed with shredded chicken, rice, creamy chicken soup, and cheese.
Don’t have the exact ingredients? Don’t worry! This is a typically versatile casserole where (almost!) anything goes.
Add jalapenos, onion, paprika or beef if you’re feeling adventurous.
In this easy recipe, chopped chicken is simmered with beans, corn, and peppers for a hearty stew that keeps out the cold.
Both broth and chicken soup are used to give this delicious chili depth.
If you have time in the morning, throw everything into the slow cooker and let those amazing flavors marinate all day long until you’re ready to dig in.
Serve with tortilla chips and a hefty dollop of sour cream for extra yum.
Food purists will tell you that spaghetti sauce should always be made from scratch.
Rip up the rulebook with an easy, quick, and tasty tomato sauce that’s just as good as the real thing.
Tomato soup is mixed with fresh herbs and simmered until it thickens into a rich, tangy sauce.
Serve over noodles (and with plenty of parmesan cheese!) for a satisfying dinner that’s ready in minutes.
Mashed potatoes, ground beef, cheese, and Campbell’s cream of mushroom soup are four ingredients that make for a tasty meal.
Throw in some mixed veggies to sneak in some extra nutrition for a cheesy delight that’s perfect for busy cooks.
You can make it ahead and freeze in individual portions if time is tight.
You’ve probably guessed how to make this casserole from the name. But can you guess how good it tastes?
This is surprisingly hearty and satisfying, so it’s one to keep for those days when you’re hungry but lazy (it happens).
And big families will appreciate that it’s scalable and budget-friendly.
Cheaper cuts of chicken like thighs work well here, as they stay juicy and soak up all the flavor while it simmers in the oven.
10. Beef Chili
This dish uses only 5 ingredients and is ready in 20 minutes.
Ground beef, tomato soup, beans, and chili powder are all you’ll need. It may sound simple, but there are some complex flavors in there.
Let them simmer, then serve with a very generous mound of melty cheese.
Baked pork is an easy dinner, but it’s not always easy to pick a sauce-pairing for those succulent chops.
If you have a can of Campbell’s cream of mushroom soup in the cupboard, you have your answer.
This creamy, rich sauce will keep your chops juicy and moist as they cook.
It’ll leave you free to spend some quality time with the kids, or have a relaxing glass of wine. No judgment here!
You probably have a scrap of paper somewhere in your kitchen with your family’s time-honored broccoli cheese casserole recipe scribbled on it.
Handed down from generation to generation, the dish is a beloved family favorite, and this recipe knows better than to mess with a classic.
The familiar ingredients are here – broccoli, cheddar cheese, and cream of chicken soup – but this is a versatile version designed to save you time and energy when prepping for holiday feasts.
And if you’ve vegetarians coming for Thanksgiving this year, don’t panic. Just replace chicken soup with mushroom for a meatless option.
13. Mushroom Rice
The perfect low-key side with big taste, save this mushroom rice bake for hassle-free holiday dinners.
Here, rice is cooked in mushroom soup instead of water to give it more flavor.
The result is a hearty side that works with everything – chicken, beef, pork, even fish.
You can also serve it with veggie curries for meatless Mondays.
Putting soup into meatloaf seems a little odd, but don’t knock it ‘til you’ve tried it.
Tomato soup doesn’t just go into the ground beef meatloaf mix here, it’s also used to create a tangy topping.
Season with garlic and freshly ground black pepper for a mid-week meal everyone will drool over.
Chimichangas are a Mexican staple. And what’s not to love?
Soft tortillas are stuffed with shredded chicken, spices, and cheese, then fried until melty and golden.
These are served with lashings of creamy sauce, made from… you guessed it… Campbell’s cream of chicken soup.
The dish also has green chilies, jalapenos, olives, and lime juice to really kick it up a notch.
We’re not using Campbell’s soup in this recipe… we’re copying it.
This is a replica of the flavors you know and love – sweet tomatoes, rich cream, a hint of basil – but in an easy DIY version.
And even though it’s homemade, it doesn’t take long to get in front of hungry family members.
Try a taste-test with the real thing, and I dare you to spot the difference.
Confession time – I almost never make stuffing the traditional way any more.
Instead of wrestling with a roasted bird, just make this easy casserole as a holiday side.
Breadcrumbs, veggies, and cream of chicken soup come together to produce a casserole that can do double duty as a tasty main or a savory side.
Easy for you, tasty for your guests, everyone’s a winner!
Cream of mushroom soup, egg noodles, and flaky tuna come together in this meal.
This comfort food casserole is easy, light on the household finances, and ideal for make-ahead meals.
It’s not fancy, and that’s the beauty of this simple-yet-irresistible dish. The kids will beg for more while the adults sneak seconds.
Keep this one in regular rotation, and you won’t have to worry about pleasing picky eaters.
19. Chicken Divan
Chicken divan is a casserole made with chicken and broccoli in a silky smooth cream sauce.
Toss in some cooked chicken from leftover Sunday dinner, grab a can of Campbell’s cream of mushroom soup for a hearty option for your mid-week dinner or weekend brunch.
Add cauliflower or asparagus to bump up the veggie content, or throw in a pinch of paprika to give it that extra something.
This is a foolproof dish for every foodie, whether a beginner cook or a seasoned chef.
Creamy and comforting, stroganoff is the perfect antidote to bleak winter evenings.
But of course, you can make this casserole all year-round, and probably will once you’ve tasted it.
Toss some seasoned ground beef, sliced mushrooms, and cooked egg noodles into a casserole dish.
Top with a rich sauce made from sour cream and mushroom soup.
Serve with crusty warm bread and extra sour cream for the perfect end to a busy day.
21. Tomato Soup Cake
Finishing up the list with something weird and wonderful, this tomato soup cake is a culinary conversation starter.
Tomato soup is mixed into cake batter, giving the baked dessert a lovely moist texture. And no, you can’t taste it.
You’ll be too busy enjoying the rich cinnamon-spiced flavors and sweet cream cheese frosting.
I highly recommend bringing this along to your next potluck, and watching people’s reactions as you tell them about the secret ingredient.
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