Midwest Tuna Noodle Casserole

Nothing quite says comfort food than classic tuna noodle casserole. It’s one of Ryan’s all-time favorite meals, and since Mother Nature refuses to give us some spring-like temperatures, it’s still just cold enough to make. This recipe is quick and simple, and you easily can adapt it to better suit your taste.


2 cups cooked noodles (I use Creamettes elbow macaroni, but you also can use egg noodles)
1 can Campbell’s Healthy Request Cream of Mushroom soup 
1 can tuna, drained
1/2 cup celery (optional; Ryan likes the added veggies)
1/2 cup milk
Crushed potato chips for the top (I use classic Lay’s)
1. Cook and drain noodles, and place in 3 qt. casserole dish.
2. Add
remaining ingredients, and mix well. 
3. Crumble desired amount of potato chips on top,
and bake in the oven at 400 F for approximately 30 minutes or until the
casserole is bubbly. 


Tell me: What is your ultimate comfort food? Mine is straight-out-of-the-box Kraft Macaroni & Cheese!

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  1. 5.19.14
    carly said:

    My mom used to make a similar recipe with egg noodles all of the time! We never had the crushed chips for topping though, and that sounds so good! Grilled cheese is probably one of my biggest comfort foods!

  2. 3.21.14
    eHa said:

    This is my sister's comfort food and my go to I have no idea what to have for dinner or for when I'm to tired to make what I planned! My mom's recipe is almost the same–the biggest differences that we top ours with cheese!

  3. 3.12.14
    Debra Stachelski said:

    This is my all time favorite comfort food, as you know! Making this for myself tomorrow night, since we're having a snowstorm!

  4. 3.11.14
    Biana Perez said:

    I've never tried a tuna casserole before!! My ultimate comfort food is french fries and mac & cheese for sure!! 🙂