Green Bean Casserole Pie

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Everybody loves pie! Am I right? And everybody loves green bean casserole. Am I right? So the logical conclusion is that everybody will love green bean casserole pie!

Green Bean Casserole Pie is the perfect way to shake up your family's favorite Thanksgiving side dish


I decided to shake things up this year with one of our tried and true favorite Thanksgiving side dishes – green  bean casserole. I live for green bean casserole and I gotta admit when I as all done taking pictures for this post,  I just got out a fork and had green bean casserole pie for lunch.

Green Bean Casserole Pie Recipe


1/2 stick of butter or margarine

2 containers French’s Fried Onion, 5oz size

1 can Campbell’s® Cream of Mushroom Soup, 10.75oz

2 cans Del Monte® Blue Lake® Cut Green Beans, 14.5oz

1/2 cup Swanson® Chicken broth

Green bean casserole pie baked and ready to eat


Finely chop the French’s Fried Onions using a food processor and mix well with the melted butter. Press the mixture into a deep pie pan.

Use a food processor to grind up the fried onions to make your crustMix the can of Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom soup with the chicken broth using a whisk. Add the green beans and mix gently. Optional: add pepper or other seasonings to taste.

Scoop green bean mixture into pie pan on top of the crust.

Add the green bean mixture to your pie crust

Bake at 375°F until crust is browned and center of casserole is bubbly. Approx 35 mins

Top with more French’s Fried Onions as a garnish.

Prep time: 10 mins

Cook time: 35 mins

Everything you need for green bean casserole pie can be purchased at Target. I love that I can shop at my favorite store and pick up ingredients for dinner. More importantly, you can get all your Thanksgiving needs at Target.

Green Bean Casserole Pie ingredients at Target

Green Bean Casserole Pie ingredients at Target

Swansons broth is available at Target

Money Saving Tip: Stock up on canned goods in the fall

Fall is the perfect time to stock up on your families favorite canned soups and vegetables. One of the best tips for saving money on grocery is to stock up when items go on sale and right now is when you can find great savings on many pantry staples including soups, broths, and vegetables.

Who among us moms can live without Campell’s soups? Am I right? We have Campbell’s® Tomato Soup and grilled cheese for lunch and dinner any time a quick and easy meal is called for. Campbell’s® Chicken Noodle is my picky eater problem solver whenever my littlest refuses to eat dinner. Of course,Campbell’s® of Mushroom Soup is a pantry staple especially during the holidays because you can always get creative with recipes when you have some on hand.

Try this new twist on a family favorite side dish and make Green Bean Casserole Pie


It is so easy to make sure that a vegetable gets served with every meal when you stock your pantry with canned vegetables. We love Del Monte® Blue Lake® Cut Green Beans in green bean casserole, soups, and as a side with many meals.

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Campbell’s® Cream of Chicken Soup

Swanson® Broth Cans

Swanson® Broth Carton

Campbell’s® Cream of Mushroom Soup

For more holiday recipes include classic green bean casserole visit Del Monte.

I hope you enjoy our recipe for Green Bean Casserole Pie and please share your favorite holiday recipes below in the comments.