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    I was looking on the Zaar for a creative way to use condensed Chicken Gumbo Soup, but all I could really find were sloppy joe recipes, which looked great but I didn't have any ground beef at the time. I went to campbells.com and found this great recipe I thought I would share with you all. The creole seasoning is optional if you want a bigger kick. It's my own personal twist and was not in the original recipe.

    Recipe #387320

    I decided to try and make this once when I was really getting a craving for white hot chocolate, but didn't have any white chocolate on hand. I experimented with it until I got it the way I like it. This is a recipe for vanilla purists, so it's simple, but good. If you want to add whipped cream or spices, go ahead, I'd like to hear what you've found tastes good! For me though, this hits the spot and kids love it!

    Recipe #387073

    This has been adapted from Libby's recipe found on their can of pumpkin, but I like to use fresh pumpkin, not canned. A few ingredients have been adjusted from the original recipe to sweeten the pie up a bit and it turns out delicious!

    Recipe #334670


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