Green Bean Casserole

Growing up in my family, every Thanksgiving the table was adorned with the crispy onion-decorated casserole that smelled of comfort and home. Typically, not the friendliest of sides for calorie counting, the Green Bean Casserole has become a staple for a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Today’s recipe, created by our friends at Robard and to be featured in our November newsletter, transforms the traditional favorite into a side you will not feel guilt enjoying. You can make this side dish for your personal Thanksgiving dinner or whenever you have a craving of holiday favorite. Only adding 113 calories to your meal, this side has 15 grams of protein, 16 grams of carbohydrates, and 0 grams of fat.

 

Cream of Chicken Soup Mix w/ Vegetables             1 pkts

Green Beans- French Cut, frozen                              ¾ cup

Mushrooms, sliced fresh                                            ¼ cup

Onion Flakes                                                               1 tsp

Hot Water                                                                    1/3 cup

Ground Marjoram (or Oregano)                                1/8 tsp

Ground Rosemary                                                      1/8 tsp

 

Combine green beans, mushrooms, and onion flakes in a small bowl with 2 Tbs. water. Cover and microwave on HIGH (100%) for 2-4 minutes, until beans are cooked. Add hot water, spices and Cream of Chicken Soup mix. Stir and serve.

113 Calories, 15 grams Protein, 16 grams Carbohydrates, 0 grams Fat, 4 grams of Fiber