What Can You Do with a Can of Tomato Soup?

While picking up some photos (most were free with a promo code!), I fell for a little “splurge” sale item today at Walgreens. Campbell’s Condensed Tomato Soup (10.75 oz) for $.59 each with in ad coupon (there is supposed to be a coupon in SS 9/11/11 and 10/2/11 but sadly my coupons are not organized at this point in time and I couldn’t find it). Here’s the thing though, I hate Tomato Soup and they were out of the Chicken Noodle. Only paying $.59 for each can, I figured if nothing else I would have something to give next time there was a food drive.

After thinking about it, I decided to check out www.supercook.com to see if there was anything I could make using the soup. I didn’t know there were so many options!

I’m thinking Grandma’s Easy Shells for the next MacDill Enlisted Spouses Club meeting.

This American Pork Rice Dish would be an easy one-dish meal and uses things we usually have on hand.

I’ve got everything in the kitchen already for Mom’s Easy French Dressing – I love French dressing but for some reason haven’t had it in forever.

Hmm… that’s already using all three cans. I think I’m going to have to go back for more!

Easy Tomato and Eggplant Soup (hit the farmers market for the eggplant) would be good with some homemade croutons. This Very Quick and Easy Tuna Casserole is another potential potluck item, I would add some Italian spice mix and, hey, canned tuna is on sale at Walgreens this week, too! Finally, Shipwreck Stew for the crockpot; it’s a little heavy on the onion for our tastes but great with the cooler weather starting to come in.

That is already four more cans. Yep, I see another run to Walgreens this week. Maybe I can find that darn coupon.

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