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Canned Cream Of Whatever Soups
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Campbell's cream of mushroom or whatever soups have been a staple for casseroles in my kitchen. Not any more, as they contain wheat. Heck. So, any suggestions for something similar that is gluten free? :blink:

Thanks!

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The Progresso Creamy Mushroom soup is gluten free. It says so right on the back of the can. It is thinner than the campbells, so you don't dilute it in your recipes, but once you get used to it, it works good. Progresso has a few gluten free soups. CHeck out there website. If it is gluten free, it will always say so on the back of the can. They don't have a creamy chikcen though.

I make my own cream of chicken soup. I use the HerbOx bullion cubes which are gluten free and water, than thicken it with cornstarch and add milk. Sometimes I grind up cooked chicken to add to it too. It works good.

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The only thing I've been able to find is Health Valley Organic Cream of Mushroom. I find this at Whole Foods. I have not had any luck finding others that I see posted in this forum. There is one that I am searching for right now. It is Progresso Vegetable Classics French Onion. I used to make a quick jambalaya with the beef broth and Campbell's French Onion Soup. Well, I guess I'll just keep searching....

Wenmin

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Thank you! I'll look for the Progresso soups. Someday I'll make a batch of cream of 'shroom soup and freeze some. Someday...

BTW, the link that was posted went to the General Mills site. I also found a recipe for Peppermint Patty Brownies that I need to make. Just need an occasion!

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Thank you! I'll look for the Progresso soups. Someday I'll make a batch of cream of 'shroom soup and freeze some. Someday...

BTW, the link that was posted went to the General Mills site. I also found a recipe for Peppermint Patty Brownies that I need to make. Just need an occasion!

I hereby pronounce tomorrow as official gluten-free Peppermint Patty Brownie day. -_- I'll join you in celebrating. Who else is in?

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Excellent idea, Skylark! Although I have a very long work day tomorrow, so I'll have to wait til later in the week to bake. Anticipation is a fine sauce!

I hereby pronounce tomorrow as official gluten-free Peppermint Patty Brownie day. -_- I'll join you in celebrating. Who else is in?

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