I have partnered with Cans Get You Cooking as a Canbassador to share recipes and ideas using canned foods. All opinions are mine, I use canned foods often when I cook to save time and money.
Y’all remember when I shared my Southwestern Chili recipe, bacon and green beans dish, and my easy turkey enchilada casserole last year? What did they have in common? Simplicity, and the use of canned ingredients!
It’s National Canned Food month, and the Cans Get You Cooking team is inspiring people to use canned foods with a 30-minute Cooking Channel TV special, ‘Cans Make The Meal‘ with Kelsey Nixon, airing all this month. The host, Nixon, is taking viewers down the canned food aisle, sharing fun canned food facts, and created many delicious recipes inspired by her cantry. Check out these affordable meal ideas using canned foods from Kelsey…
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Spice up your favorite ribs and spice them up with delicious garlic, cinnamon, chile powder, and cumin. You’ll make the barbeque sauce from scratch, a sweet and tangy delight that will make the ribs mouth watering!
This dish has a bit of a southwestern flair. You’ll make three parts: tomatillo guacamole, charred corn salad, and creamy tomatillo dressing, sounds yummy! You can use canned corn, garlic, jalapenos, and even canned chile peppers. Yum!
Good heavens this looks delicious! Sort of a twist on the traditional strawberry shortcake, using pound cake, strawberries, and sweetened condensed milk. I am definitely trying this one!
It’s easy, and affordable to get cooking with canned foods! Be sure to catch the show ‘Cans Make The Meal‘ with Kelsey Nixon, show times can be found HERE. To learn more about the benefits of cooking with canned foods, visit Cans Get You Cooking and their Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube pages.
Disclosure: I am participating in the Canbassador Program with Cans Get You Cooking. I am being compensated for my time, however all opinions are my own. I have cooked with canned food for years!