The crowd-pleaser, these canned golden kernels taste like candy but have more nutrients without sugar. They're ready for tacos, casseroles, salsas, and salads.
With whole, diced, crushed, and flavored tomatoes in cans, the only thing keeping them from the top slot is that you usually have to cook them.
These luscious carrot discs were maybe the most surprise. They're great for thickening up soups (whole or pureed) and casseroles like chicken potpie.
Even if canned green beans aren't your favorite vegetable, they're a pantry essential. They're great in green bean casserole and soup.
We don't like canned peas, but they're fine. Canned peas are fantastic for adding veggies to mac & cheese (or carbonara!) or stir-fries in the off-season.