Healthy Green Bean Casserole Recipe with PeaTos® Classic Onion Crunchy Rings

Nov 12 2020
We’re so excited to share our latest snack love with you: PeaTos®! These crunchy, tasty snacks may remind you of your childhood favorites Cheetos® and Funyuns®, but by swapping out the traditional base of corn and artificial ingredients for peas and clean real-food ingredients, you can get that classic “junk food” taste without the junk. Keep reading for more about these craving crushers, plus 1 amazing new recipe and 2 special offers…

PeaTos® Crunchy Curls & Rings 0.6 - 1 oz.: 70 - 130 calories, 3.5 - 8g total fat (0 - 1g sat. fat), 130 - 220mg sodium, 8 - 14g carbs, 2 - 3g fiber, 0 - 1g sugars, 2 - 4g protein -- SmartPoints® value 2 - 4*

Introducing “junk food” without the junk! PeaTos® have the classic snack taste and satisfying crunch you crave, without the processed ingredients. Plus, compared to those other snacks, PeaTos® have TWICE as much protein and THREE times the fiber. The Crunchy Curls come in Classic Cheese, Fiery Hot, and Zesty Ranch. The Crunchy Rings come in Classic Onion and Fiery Onion. They’re all SO delicious…

We especially love the single-serve bags! PERFECT for portion-controlled snacking. The Crunchy Rings have just 70 calories per mini bag (SmartPoints® value 2*). Check out the recipe below, and then stock up with one of the awesome money-saving offers from our friends at PeaTos®!

Hungry Girl's Healthy 4-Ingredient Green Bean Casserole (Starring PeaTos!) Recipe

Print 4-Ingredient Green Bean Casserole (Starring PeaTos®!) Print

1/8th of recipe: 124 calories, 2.5g total fat (0.5g sat. fat), 445mg sodium, 21.5g carbs, 5.5g fiber, 5g sugars, 4.5g protein

Prep: 10 minutes
Cook: 50 minutes


Three 12-oz. bags (about 12 cups) frozen French-style green beans, thawed, drained, dried

Two 10.75-oz. cans 98% fat-free cream of celery condensed soup

Two 8-oz. cans sliced water chestnuts, drained

2 single-serving bags PeaTos® Classic Onion Crunchy Rings, crushed


Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Spray a 9” X 13” baking pan with nonstick spray.

Spread half of the green beans into the pan. Top with one can of soup and one can of water chestnuts. Repeat layering with remaining green beans, soup, and water chestnuts.

Bake for 45 minutes.

Remove pan, and set oven to broil. Top with crushed PeaTos®.

Broil until PeaTos® have browned, about 1 1/2 minutes.


HG FYI: Using a multi-serving bag of PeaTos®? No problem! You’ll need 1.2 oz. (about 24 rings) for this recipe.

HG Alternative: If you prefer, use cream of mushroom soup in place of the cream of celery. Both are delicious!

Two Ways to Save on PeaTos®!

Our pals at PeaTos® are giving Hungry Girl fans two fantastic ways to stock up and save…

1. Get 15% off ANY one-time order! Plus, shipping is FREE. Just use coupon code HUNGRY-PT-15. (Expires 11/19/20.)

2. Get a FREE variety pack with your first order when you Subscribe & Save! You’ll also get 10% off every time, and you can cancel whenever you like. Convenient! (Cannot be combined with offers. Variety pack will be automatically included with first-time subscription orders, for a limited time.)

And for even MORE savings, stock up on the super-sized bags available at Sam’s Club.

Chew on this:

November is Gluten-Free Diet Awareness Month. Did you know PeaTos® snacks are gluten-free? It’s true!

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