Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Mixes from the Heartland Cream of Celery Soup Review

My giveaway has ended (Lisa T. you still need to contact me) I have finished unpacking my kitchen and I am beginning to cook once more! I have this problem though, lately when I plan a meal and think I have an item in my freezer or pantry I get home to find that I do not have it and I remember that's something I bought for the camp house. Ugg, I guess I'll catch on or find a way to be better organized in the future.

Last night I came in after an appointment with the furniture company and went to the freezer to take out some chicken, WRONG AGAIN! The only chicken I had on hand were these hug breast and I didn't have time to thaw them. I thought that maybe I would cook Honey some hamburger helper since he loves it and never gets it but then I was thinking what am I going to eat? I decided to use some potatoes I had on hand, a pound of ground chuck and some soup mixes to make a hamburger/potato casserole. I had never tried this before but coupled with some of my famous baked beans it was great.

The hidden ingredient would be "Mixes From The Heartland's" Cream of Celery soup mix. I just sprinkled it combined with GF cream of chicken soup mix over each layer of meat and potatoes. Then I added a little more salt and 1/2 cup of water over the top.



It turned out wonderful we ate every bite. I'm so excited I have plenty more of the soup mix to use in different ways like this!

Click below and see what all Mixes from the Heartland has to offer! I've tried three of their mixes so far and we have loved everyone of them. Each mix makes at least six servings and are not only good but good for you! Just add a couple of ingredients and wha la you have a complete, easy quick meal. Keep some on hand and you'll never have to feel guilty again for serving a package mix to your family. Hey, even my Dad who is a no casserole, no mix kind of guy likes them!





Before I moved away I talked A into cutting my hair one more time. I love it, it's so easy and cool too! Thanks A!

We were on the farm last week helping out while BG had a meeting in Jackson. I spent a lot of time with Punkin, here I gave her a bath and put her rob on. Of course A had to retie it, they didn't have these things when she was a baby. Punkin is going to be walking anytime now, she tries so hard.

I've ordered a new piece of furniture that should be delivered any minute now. Maybe next time I can share it with you.

So for now that'll have to do ya! Have a good week and thanks for stopping by!

2 comments:

Diana said...

I love their mixes. So far I haven't found one that I don't like.

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