The Ever-Green Bean Casserole

The Ever-Green Bean Casserole

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The Ever-Green Bean Casserole


We’ve provided you with some terrific Easter recipes on this site, made in The Kitchens of The Food Channel®. At the same time, we all know there are some old traditions that are just an expectation for the holiday table. For example, I know that Green Bean Casserole will be on my table on Easter Sunday for the extended family to enjoy.

What I didn’t know (before reviewing some recipes sent to us from French’s®) was that the Green Bean Casserole has been around for more than 50 years. I remember when my mother made it. It somehow made eating green beans as a child just a little more palatable. And, to the credit of French’s, they have kept the recipe updated. We’ve provided a couple of their new versions for you here.

Deluxe Mushroom Green Bean Casserole

Asparagus Parmesan Au Gratin

Broccoli Cheddar Bake

Southwestern Corn & Pepper Casserole

Or, just stick with the old standby, the Original Green Bean Casserole.

Considering the fact that more than 40 million Green Bean Casseroles are served every year in the U.S (especially during Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas), I guess it has earned a place at the table.

While you are checking out the new variations, also look for some of French’s® brunch ideas, including Zesty Onion Frittata, Coconut Shrimp, and Crunchy Onion Chicken.

All of their recipes can all be prepped in under 10 minutes, allowing you more time with family and friends, whether they hang around in the kitchen or not!

Click here for more recipes and cooking tips from the test kitchen at French’s.

A honey-baked ham, Orange Roasted Asparagus, fresh baked sourdough bread with Citrus Butter, green bean casserole, homemade applesauce and my mom’s great homemade pies, well, that’s what’s cooking in my home kitchen for Easter.

What’s cooking in yours?


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