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5-Ingredient Green Bean Casserole Skillet (Gluten Free!)

Gluten-Free Green Bean Casserole Skillet
A simple, must-make twist on traditional green bean casserole that everyone can enjoy. MORE+ LESS-
By Gerry Speirs

Every Thanksgiving we make sure to have a green bean casserole. It’s one of those iconic dishes like pumpkin pie or creamy mashed potatoes – Thanksgiving just wouldn’t be the same without it. This easy five-ingredient version is a perfect add to your table, and is so easy that you can make it year-round. The topping is made from crushed Chex cereal instead of the traditional dried onion, which is a hit in my family because my kids are a little picky about onions. Plus, it’s a nice alternative for those who can’t eat gluten while still maintaining that rich, creamy, classic green bean casserole taste we all know and love.

Gluten-Free Green Bean Casserole Skillet

Preheat your oven to 375°F and measure out your ingredients.

Rice Chex, Green beans, chopped red onions, shredded cheese, can of potato broccoli soup

In a bowl, combine the can of soup, green beans and chopped red onion and mix well.

Soup, green beans and chopped red onion in a mixing bowl

Pour the mixture into a 10-inch skillet making sure it’s evenly spread out.

Skillet with soup and green beans mixture in a skillet

Cover the skillet mixture with the crushed Chex cereal and cheese.

Soup and green bean mixture topped with shredded cheese and rice chex in a skillet

Bake in the oven for 25 minutes or until the top is a nice golden-brown color.