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Green Bean Casserole Tartlets

Revamp Thanksgiving Leftovers

Thanksgiving is the ultimate food holiday! Everyone can enjoy their favorite comfort foods, and we all know there will be leftovers. Instead of the usual reheated Thanksgiving plate or the go-to turkey sandwich, revamp your Thanksgiving leftovers with these good-as-new dish ideas.


Mash Up

It’s the day after and you have leftover mashed potatoes, green beans, and carrots. Put a creative spin on Haylie Duff’s Lentil Shepherd’s Pie to create a new dish your family will enjoy with those delicious leftovers.

Lentil Shepherd's Pie

Sweet and Savory

These Green Bean Casserole Tartlets are sure to be a crowd pleaser. Bake up a delicious grab-and-go dish that everyone will love after a long day of holiday shopping using your leftover green bean casserole.

Green Bean Casserole Tartlets

Deja Vu

It may feel like Thanksgiving all over again with this quick and simple Corn and Potato Casserole with Gruyere. Wow your taste buds by adding a little gruyere cheese, chives, and seasonings to your leftover mashed potatoes and corn for a delicious good-as-new post-holiday dish.

Corn and Potato Casserole

Let’s Get Sensible: How to Enjoy a Holiday Classic Reasonably

By Dylan Bailey, MS Candidate

The following 3 words may describe one of the holiday season’s most iconic culinary traditions: Green, Bean, and Casserole. The Green Bean Casserole is a staple in many households for the holidays – and no surprise – the dish was first developed in 1955, meaning this recipe turns 61 this year. Move over mashed potatoes and Brussels sprouts, because we have way too much history with this side dish!

Green Bean Casserole is a welcome addition to any holiday table, and is traditionally served in a large casserole dish, family style. For those trying to enjoy food sensibly this holiday season while also indulging, this “free for all” approach can make it difficult to know what a recommended portion size is, or even stick to it. This can lead to consuming more calories, sodium and fat than you had intended to. In fact, research suggests larger portion sizes might play a role in how much food you’re really eating at meals.

To allow yourself to enjoy this classic comfort food, try changing how the recipe is served before it even hits the table – this way you’ll have more awareness and control of your servings, and won’t be as tempted to go for seconds, or even thirds. 

Green Bean Casserole Tartlets

These Green Bean Casserole Tartlets are the perfect solution for keeping portion control in mind. Servings are pre-made and baked into an edible crust! The best part? You’ll still get all the vitamins, minerals and fiber that this dish packs, while keeping portion size under control. Not to mention – these will impress even the pickiest dinner guests. 

Individual Herbed Vegetable Pot Pies

If the Green Bean Casserole Tartlets don’t make it to your table this holiday season, these Individual Herbed Vegetable Pot Pies are also packed with pre-portioned goodness, nourishing vegetables, and take just about 10 minutes to make – giving you more time to get back to the table this holiday season!


Save Green with Affordable St. Patrick’s Day Bites

St. Patrick’s Day is all about green: green clothing, green treats, green décor. This year, make sure you’re seeing green in another place—your wallet. Cooking with Libby’s Fruits and Vegetables is a cost-friendly way to deliver tasty and wholesome bites that are also on point with the holiday’s theme. Read on for our favorite recipes that are green in more ways than one. Happy St. Patrick’s Day from our kitchen to yours!

A Bite of Delight


Hosting a St. Paddy’s potluck? These Green Bean Casserole Tartlets make a perfect party appetizer. They’re flavorful, melty and crispy, and the bite-sized portion will ignite taste buds without spoiling appetites. The everyday (read: inexpensive) ingredients also won’t spoil your budget.

Grown Up Hash


Corned beef and cabbage is a classic Irish dish that’s most often consumed on March 17. Jazz things up with this Corned Beef Hash Skillet recipe that adds Libby’s® Cut Green Beans, red-skinned potatoes and scrambled eggs to the meaty mix.

Leprechaun Shells


Pinching pennies and pinched for time? This Peas & Carrots Pasta is your dual solution. It’s a quick and simple dish that provides maximum flavor with minimal ingredients. Serve alongside a loaf of Irish soda bread for a leprechaun-worthy feast.