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The holiday season is in full swing, and that means one thing for me…non-stop parties! In order for me to stay sane and avoid frequent trips to the supermarket, I like to stock up on holiday staples at Sam’s Club, where I can find all my favorite products in bulk. Some of my pantry staples, especially during this time of year, are Campbell’s® Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup, Campbell’s® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup, and Swanson® Chicken Broth.
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Swanson® Chicken Broth is America’s #1 selling broth, 100% natural and contains no MSG, no artificial flavors or preservative. Swanson® Broth’s perfectly balanced flavor comes from chickens farm raised in the USA cooked with vegetables and herbs picked at the peak of freshness. This quality makes it unlike other broths, and it’s the only one I trust in my recipes. Plus, the packaging is resealable, so if I need to save some for later, I can slip it in the refrigerator.
Campbell’s® Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup AND Campbell’s® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup are so versatile and can be used to make hundreds of different recipes easily, quickly and with tons of flavor. I love that they also don’t contain any artificial flavors, colors or preservatives.
You never know when unexpected guests will arrive, but you can be ready for anything, thanks to Sam’s Club. Available in the soup aisle, these bulk size pantry packs allow me to be able to whip up all kinds of delicious dishes in no time, like my delicious Chicken Pot Pie Empanadas!
Buying in bulk also allows me to be able to do something else near and dear to my heart, which is giving back to my community. My local soup kitchen, Elijah’s Promise, does amazing work above and beyond just feeding those in need. They harness the power of food to break the cycle of poverty, alleviate hunger, and change lives. Besides serving as a tradition soup kitchen, they also provide education and jobs in the food industry through their Promise Culinary School, encourage neighborhood agriculture at their community garden, offer social services to those in need, engage in community advocacy and create social enterprise food businesses that further social good. I love donating to their cause, and I feel great knowing that those they serve will be met with delicious meals.
- 1 cup cooked chicken breast, cubed
- 1 cup frozen mixed vegetables, thawed
- 1 package prepared pie crust, defrosted
- 1 egg, beaten
- 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg (optional)