Black Bean Butternut Squash Enchiladas and Labels for Education (#labels4edu #cbias)
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Fall flavors and a lovely creaminess come together deliciously in these vegetarian-friendly healthy Black Bean Butternut Squash Enchiladas. Read on to find out how buying ingredients for these enchiladas can help raise money for your school through the Labels for Education program.
One of my favorite things about these vegetarian enchiladas is the lovely creaminess from not only butternut squash, but also from using Campbell’s Cream of Onion Soup. Campbell’s soup has been a staple in my home since I was a little girl. Campbell’s tomato soup with a grilled cheese was a favorite lunch, especially in the winter. And if we were sick, it was always Campbell’s chicken noodle soup that made us feel better.
I picked up Campbell’s Soup at my local Target, but you can find it at pretty much any grocery store. The great thing about using Campbell’s brand soup is the awesome Labels for Education initiative that they promote. Campbell’s Labels for Education is an easy program where families and members of the community work together to “Earn Free Stuff” for their school. By collecting UPCs and beverage/sauce caps from over 2,500 participating products; community members can earn cool stuff for their school; from sports equipment to school supplies and even field trip opportunities. #Labels4Edu #CollectiveBias
Even though I’ve been eating Campbell’s soups for ages, until recently, I wasn’t aware of their label initiative for schools and what do you know my kids’ schools participate. Click here to find out if the school in your area is active in the program. Oh and these, here, enchiladas are really yummy. Even my meat-eating husband devoured them! They’re perfect for meatless Monday and they can even be made ahead of time for those super busy weeknights.
- 1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil
- 1/2 of an onion diced
- 4 cups about 1 lb. cubed butternut squash (sweet potato would work too)
- 1 can 10 3/4 ounces Campbell’s® Condensed Cream of Onion Soup (or other similar creamy soup)
- 1 cup salsa I used Pace medium picante sauce
- 1/2 cup water
- 1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt sour cream would work
- 1 teaspoon chili powder
- 1 can black beans drained and rinsed
- 8 to rtillas corn, whole wheat or Ezekiel are your best options; I used La Tortilla brand whole wheat and use gluten-free as needed
- 4 about 1/2 cup green onions, thinly sliced (optional for garnish)
- Cilantro for garnish optional
- Preheat oven to 350°F. Prepare a 9 x 13 baking dish with a natural cooking spray and set aside.
- Heat olive oil in a medium skillet. Add onion and butternut squash, cover and saute for about 8-10 minutes; stirring occasionally.
- Meanwhile, make the sauce. Combine soup, salsa, water, yogurt and chili powder in a large bowl. Reserve 3/4 cup of sauce.
- Once squash is fork tender, allow it to cool slightly and transfer it to bowl with black beans and soup mixture; stir to combine.
- Spread reserved (3/4 cup) sauce on the bottom of the baking dish.
- Divide black bean/squash mixture among the tortillas (fill full). Roll up the tortillas and place seam-side down in prepared baking dish.
- Pour remaining enchilada filling over the top of the tortillas. Bake for about 25-35 minutes and until bubbly.
- Top with your favorites; Greek yogurt, avocado slices, guacamole, salsa, cilantro, and green onions. Enjoy!!
I used precubed butternut squash from Trader Joe's and you can find this in most grocery stores in the produce section; it's much easier than cubing it yourself. Feel free to use sweet potatoes instead, if you prefer.
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Something to think about….
What do you love in your enchiladas? Have you ever tried vegetarian enchiladas?
When you’re sick, is it Campbell’s chicken noodle soup that makes you feel all better, too?
Do you participate in the Labels for Education program?