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Growing up I remember always peeling the labels off of our Campbell’s soup cans and collecting them in a plastic baggie for me to bring to school when we filled the baggie. I always felt a sense of pride bringing in those labels knowing that they would go towards helping my school buy additional things for our classrooms and help make it a better place for everyone. And that’s just what the Campbell’s Labels for Education do.
We use enough Campbell’s Tomato and Chicken Noodle soup to help Alea’s school as it is, but did you know that you can earn points for your school on even more products now? And you don’t even have to bring in labels anymore! (You can still bring in labels to your child’s school, though, if that’s what you prefer!) You can use frequent shopper card from participating retailers that you can just scan to collect points that will automatically go towards the school of your choice.
It’s pretty nifty when making meals for your family and purchasing participating products is all you need to do to help your child’s school, don’t you think? Like with this Crock-Pot Loaded Potato Soup for example!
001. 4 slices bacon, cooked + crumbled
002. 1 large onion, chopped
003. 4 cans Campbells Condensed Cream of Potato Soup (10 3/4oz)
004. 4 soup cans of milk
005. 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
006. 2 large potatoes, peeled cut into 1/2” pieces
007. 1/2 cup chopped fresh chives
008. 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
009. Ground black pepper
001. Stir bacon, onion soup, milk, black pepper, potatoes and 1/4 cup of chives into slow cooker.
002. Cover and cook on high for 3-4 hours or until potatoes are tender.
003. Add the cheese and stir until cheese is melted. Sprinkle with remaining chives.
004. Load it up with a dollop of sour cream, extra cheddar cheese, extra chives and extra bacon bits. Because bacon.
I’ll be perfectly honest with you, though. Cory totally rolled my eyes when I told him this was on the menu on a day that was 88 degrees, but I couldn’t help myself. Soup is and always will be my comfort food no matter the temperature outside. I mean, there’s nothing wrong with cooling down the house a little to enjoy a nice hot cup of soup, right? And if you’re silly like Cory and don’t like soup in the summer time, be sure to save this recipe for the cooler fall and winter months. You won’t regret it!
Labels for Education is currently holding an exciting sweepstakes where you can enter your school of choice into the Labels for Education Sweepstakes. 1,000 schools will each win $1,000! Now that’s a fun way to start out the school year, right? Don’t forget to grab your Campbell’s coupons when you head out to the store to grab the ingredients for this recipe!
Do you participate in Labels for Education?
What’s your favorite kind of comfort food?