With no stove required, French’s Green Bean Casserole Snack Mix brings that holiday favorite food to the snack bowl. Even if Thanksgiving is months away, this new, limited time snack from McCormick will have everyone excited to eat their vegetables. Ready to open a bag?
Sometimes certain comfort food recipes are forever tied to favorite food memories. For many people, Thanksgiving is not complete without green bean casserole. Although every family might have their own particular “secret seasoning,” the reality is that a few key ingredients are always in the casserole pan.
While everyone knows that green beans are the primary flavor, a few other ingredients make each bite even more satisfying. From the umami of the mushrooms to the tang from the sour cream notes, each bite brings another forkful. Without realizing, the plate, and the casserole, is empty.
Although the flavor is key, the one ingredient that is always associated with this classic holiday dish is the French’s Fried Onions. That added crunchy texture is what makes green bean casserole so cravable. The only caveat is that sometimes an extra container is needed because there is “snack” situation. Who doesn’t want a handful or two while cooking?
What can you expect from the French’s Green Bean Casserole Snack Mix?
Available for a limited time, the French’s Green Bean Casserole Snack Mix brings that classic flavor to a more convenient, poppable format, no fork or plate required. It combines the classic French’s Fried Onions with green beans and mushrooms.
Having being given an opportunity to try this new snack mix, it is even better than expected. While everyone knows, and loves, the fried onions, the green beans are really the star of this snack mix. The crunchy, crispy texture makes you go back bite after bite. The green bean seems to absorb that tangy flavor, which makes it totally irresistible.
Also, the mushrooms have a crisp texture, too. While there is a crunch in every bite, the textures are slightly different which lends itself grabbing handful after handful. And, since the ingredients are mostly vegetables, you do not feel that pesky “g” word for eating an extra portion of the snack mix.
The only downside with this snack mix is that it is available for just a limited time. Although no one should overbuy any food item, it is totally acceptable to buy a few extra bags of this snack mix. And, maybe French’s will keep the snack mix as a permanent offering at some point.
A bag of French’s Green Bean Casserole Mix is available online for a price of $8.95.
What other classic holiday food would you like transformed into a snack mix? Could the entire Thanksgiving meal become a snack food?