This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. #CollectiveBias and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone.When I was little, I loved helping my grandma cook and I would help her measure, stir, and taste test whatever we were cooking for our family. Aside from actual cooking, I vividly remember one of my main jobs was to carefully remove all the Campbell's Labels for Education so I could add them to her stack she collected in her kitchen drawer.
At the end of every visit, she would place that thick bundle of labels in my hand so I could take them to my elementary school that was saving them to earn much needed playground equipment. When I returned to school next, I remember taking that huge bundle of labels secured tightly with a rubber band, setting it on my teacher's desk, and hearing an audible gasp from every table at the sheer number of labels I had collected.
From soup, cereal, and snacks to dairy products, beverages, and school supplies, there are over 2,500 items that can earn points for your school and I've been saving Campbell's labels ever since I was little. Before I had kids, I would give them to my nieces and nephews, but now that I have kids, I have my own helpers in the kitchen whose job it is to remove those labels, clip them, and then collect them in our little tin canister on our counter to take to their own schools.
Many of my go-to easy comfort meals involve Campbell's soup, so we end up with quite the collection in a matter of months. Just in time for back to school, I thought this would be a great time to go through the labels we have saved since June and make sure they were all ready to turn in at the beginning of the school year. Since we've been on the go non-stop for the past few weeks, I thought this would be a great time to whip up one of my favorite easy weeknight dinners with Campbell's. We headed out to Winco to restock our pantry with some of our Campbell's staples, and found everything we needed for one of our favorite family recipes. The recipe is modified from one of our most-used cookbooks, the Campbell's Cooking Companion Cookbook. This book taught me basically everything I needed to know about cooking when I first moved out on my own, and it's still one of the first I grab for reference.
Want to make my almost-famous Campbell's Cheesy Broccoli Pasta? I would highly recommend it. My family devours it, and it's even good for leftovers. It's delicious as is, but what's really great is that you can modify it however you would like and add extra veggies, more cheese, or omit the chicken and it still tastes amazing.Need more recipes? You can also visit Campbell's Kitchen Recipe Collections for their online recipe book. It's a great way to save up labels by making delicious recipes, and you can feel great about giving back to your child's school. As a bonus, you can also get coupons on the Labels for Education website. And, Campbell's is giving away even more money to school this fall as part of their Label’s for Education Sweepstakes $1 Million Giveaway. During the #Labels4Edu sweepstakes, 1000 lucky schools will win $1000, which would go a long way towards helping our schools. Sign up for the sweepstakes today and choose your child's school from the drop down list. Imagine how excited your child would be to announce to their school that their entry won $1000 towards school improvements if you win.
8 thoughts on “Cheesy Broccoli Pasta recipe”
I remember using a fork to “cut” the labels off Campbell’s soup cans and taken them to school. My grandmother would always cook with their soups. Wow, you brought back some great memories!
Anything with broccoli and cheese and I’m in! I would love to try the Slow-Cooked Apricot Glazed Pork Roast found on there site under recipes. They have a lot of good ones.
We send these labels to our daughter’s school. We’ve always been loyal to Campbells. I need to get my hands on that cookbook. Yum!
Oh YUM! I will definitely be trying this recipe out with my family! We have been clipping the labels for as long as I can remember as well.. Fun family memories! 🙂
I used to clip Campbell’s Labels For Education for my son’s school, now that his son has started preschool I can continue the tradition. I would love to get the Campbell’s Cooking Companion Cookbook.Thanks for sharing!
Wow, you all certainly do have quite the collection of Labels! Your recipe looks great — pinning it to my dinner idea board! 🙂 #client
Seriously, when is dinner? That looks amazing!
I am thinking about starting this program for our school but I cannot find anywhere what you can “buy” with the points collected. Is there a link? page? book?