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Heather Bob
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I have been using alot of mixes lately and thought someone might find this one useful. I don't even know where I originally got this recipe so I can't credit it to anyone.

Make your own Cream of Whatever Soup Mix

2 cups powdered nonfat milk -- 3/4 cup cornstarch -- 1/4 cup instant chicken bouillon -- 2 tbsp dried onion flakes -- 1 tsp basil leaves, 1 tsp thyme leaves, ½ tsp pepper
Combine ingredients, stirring till evenly distributed. To substitute for 1 can of condensed cream of whatever soup, combine 1/3 cup of dry mix with 1-1/4 cups of cold water. Heat and stir until it thickens. Use as you would the canned product. Makes the equivalent of 9 cans of soup, at a cost of pennies per recipe. Mushroom: add ½ cup finely chopped mushrooms. Celery: add ½ cup minced celery. Potato: add 1 cup cooked diced potatoes. Chicken: add ½ cup cooked chicken. Vegetable: add 3/4 cup cooked vegetables. Broccoli: add 1 cup cooked chopped broccoli.
 

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Thanks Heather!
 

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Thanks Heather. I couldn't tell from your post, is this one you've used yourself?:)
 

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Thanks Heather! :chef2:
 

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