Try an easy new twist on traditional pot pie. Loaded with plenty of veggies, chicken and Betty Crocker Potato Buds, these turnovers have it all —and they’re on the table in just 35 minutes!
Upgrade your usual chicken dinner to our breaded version smothered in Progresso panko crispy bread crumbs and juicy tomatoes. The combination of all these savory flavors makes it our new favorite comfort food for fall.
Old El Paso Frozen Steak Quesadillas
Tender steak, onions, roasted bell and poblano peppers, and plenty of warm, melting cheese all folded together in a delectably browned flour tortilla. Just pop ’em in the microwave—or in a skillet for a crispier crust—and serve on those nights where cooking is out of the question.
This elegant dish is made easy with Progresso Recipe Starters creamy roasted garlic cooking sauce. Pair it with a side of Betty Crocker homestyle creamy mashed potatoes and asparagus or substitute your own extras—this flavorful salmon goes with anything.
Go from cooktop to tabletop with this six-ingredient skillet made easy with the help of Betty Crocker scalloped potatoes, jarred salsa and frozen broccoli florets.
Is there anything better than homemade pizza warm from the oven? We topped ours with Green Giant Seasoned Steamers frozen Tuscan seasoned broccoli, tomatoes, mushrooms and plenty of cheese for an irresistable taste even veggie-skeptics will love.
Fresh veggies and chicken give your weeknight pasta standby a makeover for the better—not to mention cheesier! A box of Hamburger Helper three cheese is all you need to achieve the creamy, crowd-pleasing sauce.
Using lean ground turkey makes for a super-moist burger, and with the help of Old El Paso taco seasoning, it’s more memorable because each bite is infused with Southwest-inspired flavor.
Thick, hearty, creamy. These are all things you want from your dinner when the temperature starts to drop. This soup gets its start with Betty Crocker Ultimate loaded mashed potatoes and pairs perfectly with slices of crusty baguette and green salad to complete the menu.
Old El Paso Frozen Shredded Beef Enchiladas
Need dinner on the double? Try corn tortillas wrapped around seasoned beef, topped with ancho chile sauce and sprinkled with shredded Monterey Jack cheese. It comes hot and bubbling straight out of your oven. Serve with rice and refried beans for a complete Mexican meal at home.