Elevate your weekday dinners an easy and affordable way! These recipes with cream of mushroom soup are exactly what you’ll need.
If you like creamy soups, stews, and casseroles, cream of mushroom should be a staple in your pantry.
This humble canned good is more than just soup. It can make the most decadent gravies and sauces, too.
Thanks to cream of mushroom, comfort food has never been easier to make.
Whether you’re craving pasta, pork chops, or sandwich, this collection of recipes has you covered.
Each of these recipes is ridiculously mouthwatering, so you’d better give all of them a try!
Transform a boring can of tuna into a glorious casserole with just cream of mushroom and noodles.
This casserole is extra-scrumptious because of the crushed potato chips sprinkled on top. They give the creamy casserole a wonderful crunchy contrast.
Hearty and indulgent, this dish is perfect for special occasions. It’s also simple enough to make any day.
This spaghetti is white and it’ll surely delight.
Al dente noodles and juicy chicken are tossed in a creamy tomato mushroom sauce and topped with cheese for good measure.
The sauce is also mixed with Velveeta and cream cheese, just to make it extra decadent.
In just 20 minutes in the oven, this creamy and dreamy casserole will be ready to impress.
Whether you’re a rice guy or a pasta person, this mushroom stroganoff will be a sure hit.
What’s not to love about the combination of tender beef, meaty mushrooms, and a ridiculously rich sauce?
Just serve this over a bed of pasta or rice for a phenomenal meal.
Steak tips are perfect for when you’re in the mood for a fancy dinner but you’re also on a budget.
Steak tips are a cheaper cut of beef, but thanks to its creamy mushroom sauce, no one’s going to care.
Serve this incredibly rich dish with rice, pasta, or mashed potatoes, and enjoy.
It’s chicken a la king, but with turkey.
Made with turkey and vegetables, it’s the perfect recipe for when you’ve too many leftovers from Thanksgiving.
Covered in mushroom gravy, the turkey and veggies get a creamy makeover that’s hard to get over.
Serve this on puff pastry shells or over rice or pasta, and voila.
This simple dump-and-bake dish only requires 5 minutes of prep.
It’s so outrageously delicious it tastes like you worked hard on it, but you’ll barely work on it at all.
A mix of pasta, chicken, and mouthwatering mushroom sauce, this is like chicken Alfredo elevated to a whole new level.
It’s even mixed with cream cheese and topped with cheddar cheese to make it even more indulgent. I’m telling you, this dish won’t last 5 minutes.
It’s so rich and creamy it tastes like a million dollars.
Chicken chunks are coated with a mix of sour cream, cream cheese, cottage cheese, cream of mushroom, and spices.
That alone tells you how insanely delectable this dish is! But it doesn’t end there.
Going on top of the casserole are crushed Ritz crackers that give it a lovely crunch.
It’s mac and cheese made even better with cream of mushroom!
You probably already have a recipe for mac and cheese in your back pocket. Still, I highly recommend you try this.
Flavored with tons of cheeses and cream of mushroom, this dish is like a mash-up between mac and cheese and Alfredo pasta.
Make your kids like broccoli with this mouthwatering casserole.
A heavenly mix of chicken, cream of mushroom and chicken, broccoli, mushrooms, and cheese, this casserole is a sure hit, even for picky eaters.
It’s topped with a bed of crushed Ritz and baked until golden.
The dish gets a crunchy topping that complements the tender and creamy casserole underneath.
While I’m not the biggest fan of green beans, I can’t get enough of this casserole.
Between the crunchiness of the beans and the richness of the mushroom sauce, this casserole is impossible to resist.
Also loaded with cheese and fried onions, this casserole will fill your tastebuds with wonderful tastes and textures.
Pork chops are already great as they are. Fill them with stuffing and they’ll taste even greater.
They’re tender and moist, filled with savory stuffing, and drizzled with mushroom gravy, to boot.
They truly are the stuff of legends. While this dish is hearty, believe me, one pork chop won’t be enough. It’s just that good.
Hot dish was invented in the 1930s as a way to feed a hungry crowd in an affordable way.
It’s a hefty casserole made of two layers of crunchy chow mein and a creamy ground beef and vegetable filling.
The great thing about it is it’s so versatile.
For instance, if you don’t have chow mein, you can use tater tots, crushed potato chips, or croutons instead.
Bring this beauty to your next potluck and watch it disappear in seconds.
No matter how nutritious spinach is, let’s be honest, no one but Popeye is willing to eat it on its own.
Enter, this creamy casserole.
A combination of spinach, cheese, and a creamy mushroom sauce, it’s so good even the kids won’t notice the vegetal taste of the leafy green.
This casserole is also so versatile, it makes for an excellent side dish with almost any entree.
Whether you pair it with Thanksgiving turkey, Christmas ham, or grilled fish, you can’t go wrong.
Scalloped potatoes are great, but scalloped potatoes with mushroom soup are in a league of their own.
This casserole is rich, creamy, savory, cheesy, and hearty. When it comes to comfort food, it checks all the boxes!
While it’s very filling, don’t be surprised if people ask for seconds.
Not sure what to do with leftover turkey and veggies? This recipe is all you’ll need.
It’s egg noodles, turkey, mushrooms, and vegetables tossed in a sauce made of cream of mushroom.
Crispy fried onions are also thrown in to give the tender and moist dish a crunchy contrast.
It’s so scrumptious it won’t merely be eaten, it’ll be gobbled up.
Chicken Divan is another fantastic way of getting the kids to like broccoli.
It’s a combination of chicken and broccoli coated with a creamy and cheesy sauce, topped with breadcrumbs, and baked to perfection.
With this dish, delicious is an understatement.
Anyone who has the willpower to say no to a hamburger casserole is a legend. That, or they’re probably crazy.
I mean, it’s mac and cheese with ground beef and cream of mushroom in it! How on earth can anyone resist such a heavenly treat?
18. Chicken Gloria
A casserole of chicken and mushroom covered in mushroom sauce and cheese, the Chicken Gloria is glorious, indeed.
The best part? All it takes to make it is 1 hour, and you won’t even be doing anything more than half of the time!
Prep time is only 15 minutes. The oven takes care of the rest.
If you like a creamy pasta with hot and smoky flavors, go for this cajun bake.
The pasta is tossed with a creamy cajun tomato sauce loaded with chicken and vegetables.
The mix of mushroom soup, milk, tomatoes, and spices gives the sauce the perfect balance of flavors.
It’s a hoagie bread filled with creamy and cheesy ground beef. I’m not drooling, you are!
It tastes like a cross between Philly cheesesteak and a ground beef sandwich melt. There’s no better way to describe it than epic.
Here’s another fantastic way to turn yesterday’s leftovers into today’s lunch or dinner.
A mix of pasta, turkey, and sweet peas combined with cream of mushroom and milk, this casserole is ridiculously creamy.
The parmesan and breadcrumb topping takes it to a whole new level. Once baked, the topping turns into a crunchy crust that coats the pasta.
Chicken tortillas in casserole form? I won’t say no to that!
With layers of creamy sauce, tortillas, chicken, and cheese, this casserole has all the greatest things Tex-Mex cuisine has to offer.
Move over IKEA, these homemade Swedish meatballs taste 10 times better. And they’re a breeze to make.
Tender, juicy, and flavorful meatballs swim in a creamy mushroom gravy.
Serve this over a bed of rice or egg noodles for a meal that won’t just satisfy, but exceed expectations.
Traditional spaghetti is perfect, but spaghetti casserole is the greatest.
It has layers of pasta, ground beef and tomatoes, olives, cheese, cream of mushroom, and more cheese on top.
With all its components, you’d think this casserole’s flavors will clash with one another. But nope, they work together in perfect harmony.
This meal is full of fork-tender roast beef and potatoes bathed in a decadent mushroom gravy.
This is the kind of dish you can’t just have one serving of!
Pair it with mashed potatoes or rice for the perfect meal. Enjoy.
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