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Quick and Easy Salsa with Baked Tortilla Chips from www.tasteandtellblog.com

Last year, we got into some bad habits.

If you’ve been following me for awhile, you would have read my story about when my husband lost his job and we moved in with my parents. I am so, so grateful for the generosity that my parents showed, but when you aren’t living in your own space, it’s hard to set boundaries. Even hard to keep things normal sometimes.

I think I had a mindset that things were just temporary, and I just needed to do what I needed to do to get by. To bide my time. So we started doing things like having cereal for breakfast every morning. Eating too many snacks. My son developed a chocolate milk addiction. And he also became a very picky eater.

When we moved last November, I made a promise to myself. To my family. That our ways would change and we would get back on track with what we were eating. Well, then there were more excuses. 🙂 We had just moved – things were a mess. I was working crazy hours and was so tired in the mornings that I didn’t have the energy to make breakfast, so cereal it was. I guess that’s why they call them habits. And sometimes, they are hard to break.

Well, things are changing.

We have been taking baby steps, which is sometimes the only way to go when you have a small family. But one of my biggest things that I wanted to improve was that I wanted to get my kids to love vegetables. But that can sometimes get difficult when you are in the dead of winter. Sure, there are veggies at the grocery store, but how are you supposed to love something that doesn’t taste like anything? That’s what I think about most produce you can find in the winter – especially tomatoes.

Enter Del Monte® canned tomatoes.

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If there is one thing that my kids can’t leave alone, it’s when mom or dad are dipping chips into anything. And salsa (as long as it’s not too spicy) is one of their favorites. During our move, I came across a piece of paper with a version of this recipe on it that I had been given from some girls at church. The youth were doing a fundraiser and selling salsa, and luckily, they handed out the recipe as well, because the salsa didn’t last long at all. So when I came across the recipe, I knew I needed to make up a batch for my kids and I to share. I love this salsa recipe because it’s perfect year round, and it literally only takes minutes to make.

I also decided to take the healthy-factor one step further and bake some of my own tortilla chips. I love this method because I can make just as many as I need, and I don’t have to worry about a whole bag of chips, sitting in my pantry and tempting me. I like to make these simply with some coarse kosher salt, but they are great when you sprinkle them with spices as well.

Now this is a healthy snack the whole family loves!

Quick and Easy Salsa with Baked Tortilla Chips from www.tasteandtellblog.com

Quick and Easy Salsa with Baked Tortilla Chips
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It doesn't get much easier than this Quick and Easy Salsa! Pair it with these Homemade Baked Tortilla Chips for a healthy snack.
Serves: 1½ quarts of salsa
  • 2 (14.5 oz) cans Del Monte diced tomatoes
  • 1 (14.5 oz) can Del Monte stewed tomatoes
  • 6-8 green onions
  • ½ - 1 jalapeno pepper, seeds and ribs removed for less heat
  • 1 large handful cilantro
  • juice from 1 lime
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • ¼ teaspoon cumin
Baked Tortilla Chips
  • 12 corn tortillas
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • salt
To make the salsa:
  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a blender and pulse until you reach the desired consistency.
To make the chips
  1. Arrange the oven racks in the top third and bottom third of the oven. Preheat the oven to 350F.
  2. Lay the tortillas out on a work surface and brush with oil. Sprinkle with salt. Stack the tortillas, then cut the whole stack into 8 wedges. Arrange on 2 baking sheets in a single layer. Place the chips in the oven and bake for 7 minutes, then rotate the trays and bake an additional 7 minutes, or until the desired doneness.* Remove from the oven and allow to cool before serving.
*The chips can go from underdone to overdone very quickly, so keep an eye on them. Take them out of the oven when they are still a little pale, as they will continue to brown a bit as they cool.

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260 Responses to Quick and Easy Salsa with Baked Tortilla Chips

  1. Tricia says:

    Canned tomatoes, corn, string beans and pears.

  2. This salsa sounds soooo good!! Love this!

  3. Lisa Brown says:

    I like to keep green beans, corn, tomatoes, and peaches in my pantry.
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  5. Elena says:

    I like to keep canned beans and tomatoes in my pantry

  6. Kelly D says:

    I like to stock canned tomatoes, kidney beans, corn and pineapple.

  7. I always love a good salsa. This looks fabulous! Love this recipe using Del Monte tomatoes.

  8. stephanie says:

    i love to have corn

  9. Mendy Dinsmore says:

    tortilla chips, canned tomatoes, frozen cilantro and garlic powder. I make a quick salsa with it.

  10. Mami2jcn says:

    My favorites are canned pineapples and corn.

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  12. Emily says:

    I love restaurant-style salsa and this looks perfect!

  13. I love a good salsa! I always have a few cans of tomatoes in my pantry….I’ll have to give this salsa recipe a try soon! Pinned! 🙂

  14. Itzia says:

    I always keep canned corn and green beans stocked.

  15. Jimmy says:

    I usually stock up on green beans.

  16. tiffany lane says:

    I always have pineapple…A good roast is always wonderful in the crockpot.

  17. Allison S. says:

    I have canned diced tomatoes in the pantry.

  18. Paula Gardner says:

    Wouldn’t want to go without and of the many types of fruits and veggies I keep on hand but if I had to never give up one it would be tomatoes. I love adding them to all types of meals.

  19. Kiara says:

    I keep corn, tomatoes, peaches, and sweet potatoes in my pantry.

  20. Ellie W says:

    I keep canned green beans, tomatoes, and peaches stocked in my pantry.

  21. HilLesha says:

    My favorite fruits and vegetables to have in stock are sweet potatoes, blueberries, sweet cherries, tomatoes, and peppers. 🙂

  22. Linda G. says:

    I like to stock up on green beans and peaches

  23. Cami says:

    We always have tomatoes, pineapple, peaches and lots of varieties of beans. Thanks for the giveaway!

  24. Natalie says:

    I always have canned corn, canned peas and canned pineapple on hand!

  25. Cathy Truman says:

    I have corn, green bean, peas, tomatoes, kidney beans, lima beans, baked beans,
    peaches, pineapple, and mixed fruit in my kitchen pantry.

  26. Margaret Smith says:

    I like to stock up on canned fruit, like fruit cocktail or pineapple chunks. Thanks so much

  27. Lauren-Olivia Wood says:

    I like raspberries and blackberries the most!

  28. vicki andrew says:

    always try to keep lemons and oranges on hand fro fresh juice to add. and my go to’s are onions and potatoes

  29. leslie says:

    Ohh I always have tomato products in my pantry 🙂
    Yes..habits are certainly hard to break. Glad you are back on track!

  30. Heather E says:

    I keep canned tomatoes, green beans and peaches on hand.

  31. Jacob LaFountaine says:

    Stick with some basics like corn, kidney beans, green beans and mandarin oranges

  32. Joanne says:

    I think we’ve all been there, so I totally applaud you for making small changes to get to where you want to be! Those are the only kind that really work in the end, anyway. LOVE this salsa! What better way to get more tomatoes into your lives!?

  33. Kate F. says:

    I like to stock my pantry with potatoes and green beans.

  34. Donna L says:

    I stock up on canned peaches, pears, corn, strings beans , baked beans and diced tomatoes.

  35. Oh man, this is my favorite version of this combo — the smooth salsa with the thin, salty chips. I feel a midnight snack hankering coming on! 😉

  36. soha molina says:

    I like to stock.freeze cherries.

  37. Jill Edwards says:

    Corn, carrots, beans, and tomotoes

  38. Tamar says:

    I stock everything in my pantry: cranberries, beans of all types/sizes, green beans, corn, pineapples, potatoes, etc etc etc. I am a cannery!

  39. Anastasia says:

    I LOVE tomatoes 🙂 From fat, juicy tomatoes off the vine to cherry tomatoes! They’re all so good 🙂 Lately, I’ve also started developing a thing for cucumbers. I don’t know why, but suddenly I am finding them super delicious 🙂

  40. Kellie says:

    I stock up on kidney beans

  41. Lauren says:

    I always keep diced tomatoes, baby corn, and lots of kinds of beans in my pantry!

  42. Katie says:

    We have peas carrots corn and lots of tomato products. The always come in handy.

  43. sandra says:

    mandarin oranges and pineapple

  44. courtney b says:

    we like sweet corn and peas. but we also love juicy pineapple!

  45. Bryn says:

    Tomatoes of several varieties, corn, peaches, pineapples, green beans, at allll times

  46. Kim H says:

    My favorite stocked fruit is peaches and pears!! ky_grandma40@yahoo.com

  47. Cynthia C says:

    i usually have corn, tomatoes, tomato paste, green beans and peaches.

  48. Susan Ladd says:

    I keep peas, corn and peaches.
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  49. Shannon says:

    Canned carrots, peas, corn and pineapple tidbits.

  50. I always have onions, potatoes, sweet potatoes, squash, tomatoes and cucumbers on hand. My daughter likes fresh veggies for snacking.

  51. First of all, this salsa sounds awesome! Homemade versions are definitely the best.
    And what fruits/veggies do I keep stocked in the pantry? Most definitely canned tomatoes, as well as canned pumpkin (since I’ll bake with it year-round!). 🙂
    Kudos for making those small changes…they’ll add up and benefit everyone in the long run 🙂

  52. Ashley C says:

    I love stocking up on sweet corn and green beans!


  53. Samantha says:

    I love to keep canned peaches and whole potatoes, they are great for making breakfast potatoes!

  54. I always have garbanzo beans, black beans, diced tomatoes, and tomato paste.

  55. Such an easy salsa recipe!! We always keep diced tomatoes on hand for this specific reason. 🙂 And I can definitely relate to getting off track and using excuses…especially during transitions in life. Glad you’re getting back to good habits!!

  56. Cindy Merrill says:

    My favorite fruits to have in my pantry include applesauce and pears, and I like canned light red kidney beans.

  57. I love love love salsa! I could eat it all day, every day because I love tomatoes and I love the different varieties you can make with a few simple ingredients. Cheers to you and your family for getting back on track for 2014!

  58. I am always looking for a new classic salsa recipe to try, Deborah! Chips and salsa are my weakness. We go out for it a lot… and yes, we also make it at home a lot. We’re hooked. Here’s to one amazing 2014 for you and your family!

  59. Marjory Betchkal says:

    This sounds awesome. I will try it.

  60. I love this – exactly the texture I love salsa to be for my kids to eat it too! Habits ARE hard to break – good for you for putting in the effort!

  61. Marjory Betchkal says:

    Mandarin Oranges and tomato’s are always in my cabinet.

  62. amy pugmire says:

    we loved, peas, carrots, pineapple, tangerines and peaches.

  63. melissa says:

    canned pumpkin, canned green beans, & lots of dried fruits!

  64. joanie says:

    As long as I have canned tomatoes and diced green chile’s, we’re good. ALWAYS.

  65. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I keepl ots and lots of tomatoes. Also onion and garlic.

  66. Stephanie V. says:

    corn and tomatoes!
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

  67. Amanda says:

    We always keep green beans, peaches and pears in the pantry. Blueberries, broccoli and cauliflower in the freezer.

  68. mickeyfan says:

    I always have apples, bananas, onions and lettuce on hand. In the pantry is a huge variety of canned fruits and veggies.

  69. carolyn says:

    Corn, tomatoes and pineapple

  70. Sue Barney says:

    I always have peaches on hand for my boys 🙂

  71. joni says:

    I stock lots of corn, beans, and pineapples.

  72. Mary says:

    Your salsa looks delicious and I totally understand about having to break bad habits! My favorite vegetables to keep in the pantry are an assortment of canned beans and canned tomatoes.

  73. sara haaf says:

    Lots and lots of beans and some fruit cocktail.

  74. Amy Tong says:

    What a great use of tomato. I always keep them in my pantry, plus peaches, pineapples, and sweet corns. Can’t wait to try this one.

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  75. Miranda H. says:

    Apples, bananas and carrots are the essentials!

  76. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    I like to keep apples on hand year round

  77. Allison Downes says:

    That salsa looks really delicious. I love stocking up in corn, tomatoes, and green beans.

    Thank you for the great giveaway!


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  79. Sarah Hirsch says:

    i love to keep mandarin oranges on hand for snacking

  80. Chels R. says:

    Okay, this looks amazing. Josh and I love snacking on blue corn chips and salsa or crackers and brie cheese. It’s kind of our Downton Abbey snack 🙂 I’m going to try your recipe out next time though 🙂 PINNING!

  81. Erika says:

    I always have corn and green beans in my cabinets.


  82. Carolsue says:

    I keep a lot of canned beans — waxed and green. We like to eat them plain and I also use them for Three Bean Salad.
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  83. Carolsue says:

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  84. Tarah says:

    We always have corn & green beans on hand! We love them!

  85. Madeline says:

    I like to stock canned corn, peas, beets, and tropical fruit.

  86. Susan Smith says:

    I stock up on green beans, tomatoes, peaches and pears

  87. Jessie C. says:

    I like to stock canned beans and pineapple in my pantry
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  88. Jessie C. says:


  89. E Kay says:

    strawberries, apples and bananas

  90. Becca says:

    I love having canned baby corn and artichoke hearts on hand!

  91. Becky Horn says:

    I like to keep string green beans, corn, and peas in the pantry at all times, we use them often.

  92. Cheryl Sullivan says:

    I love canned corn, Mrs. Grimes Chili Beans, tomato juice and stewed tomatoes!!!

  93. Janet T says:

    I keep tuna and green beans on hand at all times.

  94. Kristina K says:

    Stewed and diced tomatoes, green beans, wax beans, corn, and pears.

  95. MaryB says:

    I love to keep canned tomatoes and beans on hand as well as some pineapple and craisins.

  96. kim says:

    yellow wax beans, and garbanzo beans

  97. tara pittman says:

    I stock up on corn and green beans.

  98. Diane Fondelheit says:

    bananas canned diced tomatoes, whole tomatoes, canned corn

  99. Maria says:

    I always have canned tomatoes, beans and baking essentials – flour, brown sugar, etc.

  100. Allie says:

    I always have cans of corn

  101. Erin R. says:

    I always have canned tomatoes and tomato sauce in the house.

  102. Fran Scruggs says:

    I always have whole and dices tomatoes for my recipes and tomato wedges to eat with saltines! I keep canned vegetables like corn, green beans, green peas and lima beans for a side dish or a pot of soup. I always have canned fruits peaches for a quick cobbler, pears for a salad and pineapple for a casserole. I am always prepared.

  103. L H says:

    green beans, tomatoes, all kinds of beans, pineapple, peaches, pears, tuna, salmon, chicken broth, beef broth

  104. freda tucker says:

    tomatoes, tomatoes and tomatoes

  105. Rebecca Graham says:

    peaches and diced tomatoes

  106. Susan H says:

    I keep a lot of tomatoes. Can this count as both a vegetable and a fruit? I’m going to use some of my supply to make this salsa.

  107. Daniel Prince says:

    We love to keep corn, carrots, and peas on hand, and canned peaches and pears are a must with a 3-year old in the house.

  108. Linda J says:

    canned tomatoes, beans, and peas

  109. My favorite is pineapple canned in juice which I use to make smoothies.

  110. chadro says:

    Green beans, stewed tomatoes and refried beans

  111. Corn, fire roasted tomatoes and pineapples.

  112. Danielle says:

    We love to stock up on canned peaches, fruit cocktail, corn, garbanzo beans, waxed beans and my favorite, sliced beets.

  113. Jeanne says:

    For veggies – bell peppers of all colors, carrots and celery, onions, and for fruit usually bananas, apples and oranges. Canned Mexican tomatoes and Rotel. That’s it !

  114. Margot C says:

    Tomatoes, corn, fruits like peaches and mandarin oranges

  115. joseph gersch says:

    I stock green beans and corn

  116. D Schmidt says:

    My favorite vegetables to stock in the pantry are sweetcorn, carrots, green beans and beans. I love to choose them all in a variety of recipes but I have to admit I am rather obsessed with green bean casserole at the moment!
    My favorite fruits to store are tangerines, pineapple and peaches! My children love to eat them straight from the cans and I like to use them in trifles.

  117. Marcia Snapp says:

    Canned tomatoes, beans of all kinds, peaches, pineapples and mandarin oranges.

  118. I like to keep corn and tomatoes on hand!

  119. rachel says:

    I like having peaches and pineapple on hand for easy fruit dishes.

  120. Denise S says:

    I stock up on canned tomatoes and beans.

  121. Ashley says:

    I like to stock green beans and pineapple

  122. Katherine says:

    Right now I have beans, corn, peas, peaches pears mandarin oranges and pineapple

  123. MVP says:

    i like to stock up on corn and tomatoes

  124. Amanda K says:

    I like to have cans of peaches and corn on hand!

  125. Eugenie says:

    My favorite fruit to stock in my pantry are apples.

  126. Teresa says:

    My favorite fruits are peaches and pineapple. My favorite veggies are beans and black olives.

  127. janna johnson says:

    grapefruit and blackberries.

  128. Ashley S. says:

    We stock up on corn, peas and peaches

  129. maria cantu says:

    I like having corn, green beans, and peaches always on hand.

  130. Kim Ripley says:

    I always have peas, corn, and diced tomatoes in my pantry.

  131. Jessica D says:

    I always keep canned tomatoes on hand!!

  132. Beverly says:

    I like to have an assortment of canned pineapple, peaches, string beans, peas and corn
    along with miscellaneous beans.

  133. canned tomatoes and green chilis

  134. angel says:

    I always have canned tomatoes, artichokes and cannellini beans in the cupboard !

  135. Kelsey says:

    I love having canned peaches and pineapples in my pantry!!!

  136. Neiddy says:

    I always have canned corn and mixed veggies in my pantry. As for fruits, pineapple is my kids favorite

  137. Amber says:

    I keep canned corn, canned tomatoes, canned green beans and black beans in my pantry.

  138. Laura Ari says:

    We always have tomatoes, black beans and corn in the pantry.

  139. Ashley H says:

    I always keep corn and green beans.

  140. Karin A says:

    My favorite fruits and veggies to have in the pantry are peas, green beans, apricots, and peaches.

  141. Wanda McHenry says:

    I like to stock green beans, all types of canned tomatoes, baby sweet peas and pineapple slices.

  142. Lee says:

    My favorite pantry veggies are onions & potatoes.

  143. Tina M says:

    I like green beans and tomatos

  144. Sarah Marshall says:

    I always keep green beans, corn, and new potatoes on hand, and apples and bananas!

  145. Wild Orchid says:

    I love to stock up on canned green beans and pineapple chunks.

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  147. Kerry says:

    I always have canned tomatoes and pumpkin!

  148. nannypanpan says:

    my favorite veggies to have on hand are beets and corn, and I like to have peaches

  149. Shelley says:

    We always stock peaches, pears, pineapple, corn, green beans, and diced tomatoes.
    Thanks for the quick and easy salsa idea – looks delicious!

  150. erica best says:

    I love the keep beets and olives for salads on hand

  151. Susan Chester says:

    I always have canned tomatoes, pineapple, and green beans in my pantry.
    smchester at gmail dot com

  152. Debbie B says:

    i usually always have canned corn, green beans, peaches and a variety of canned tomatoes in my pantry

  153. clynsg says:

    I try to keep a pretty good supply of several fruits and vegetables on hand, but the mainstay is tomatoes, in various forms.

  154. Janice Cooper says:

    I like to stock peaches and corn

  155. Shannon says:

    Mmmmm, we like green beans in our house, always good to have them on hand.

  156. Anthony says:

    canned tomatoes, green beans and peaches

  157. latanya says:

    peaches, corn, green beans

  158. Douglas Houston says:

    We keep tomatoes, beans and peaches

  159. April Heath says:

    I always keep some type of no-sugar-added apple sauce such as Mott’s Cherry Berry or Peach Medley, along with the fruit juice only Mandarin Oranges and peaches that are easy to send off to school with my daughter. Also, we just fell in love with the Margaret Holmes brand of canned tomatoes, okra and corn. You can find it at Wal-Mart, but not sure if its everywhere or just a southern thing 🙂

  160. Terri Moore says:

    I like to keep in stock canned corn, peas and tomatoes, mandarin oranges, pineapple chunks, pickles, olives and jars of artichoke hearts. Can always make something quick with those on hand.

  161. Lisa V. says:

    Me too….my favorite to stock are diced tomatoes.

  162. ky2here says:

    Jicama because it’s so versatile.

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  163. nancy says:

    I like to stock up on peaches and tomatoes

  164. Daniel M says:

    tomatoes and apples

  165. tara pittman says:

    I have corn, green beans, and peaches in my pantry. I also have tomatoes and pineapple.

  166. Betty C says:

    I have to try that salsa recipe. It looks so good. I like to keep a variety of tomatoes, corn and green beans as well as canned fruit like my favorite, peaches.

  167. Roxann says:

    My favorite is Pineapple. It can be used in so many different recipes or just eaten by itself.

  168. Stephanie Larison says:

    Canned green beans are the fave here. We have them pretty often so we keep a bunch in the pantry. My daughter is crazy about peaches, so we always keep some on hand too.

  169. jennifer says:

    Pineapple! We love it by itself, or combined with everything!

  170. Karen Drake says:

    I like to keep sliced peaches and applesauce in my pantry for a quick snack or a dessert.

  171. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I stock peaches and peas.

  172. Jaime Cummings says:

    I always stock up on pineapples and tomatoes.

  173. Scott Martin says:

    We always have cucumbers available. We use them in salads and the kids eat them as snacks.

  174. Erica C. says:

    I always have tangerines.

  175. Lisa Garner says:

    I like to stock up on canned corn and green beans as well as canned peaches.

  176. susan smoaks says:

    I love to have canned pears stocked in my pantry. I can never have enough of them. susansmoaks at gmail dot com

  177. Candie L says:

    I like sliced carrots. Thank you

  178. RICHARD HICKS says:

    Always have canned corn and beans stocked.

  179. Bruce says:

    canned peaches

  180. I always keep strawberries stocked when they’re in season.

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  181. Alison says:

    pears, pumpkin, tomatoes, artichoke hearts and not sure if beans count

  182. lauren says:

    i don’t keep it in my pantry, but i always have broccoli and apples!

  183. Stephanie says:

    corn and tomatoes!

  184. Tabathia B says:

    Baked beans, peas, string beans, corn, mandarin oranges and pears

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

  185. mariem says:

    i like canned tomatoes and dried mango

  186. Sissy Gifford says:

    I like to stock apricots and canned peas in my pantry!

  187. tracey byram says:

    spinach, asparagus, corn

  188. Barb Stenby says:

    tomatoes mushrooms & pineapple they are always on my shelf

  189. Kayci Stanley says:

    I like to have potatoes and onions in my pantry. I find it useful to keep vegetable stock around also.

  190. Joy Q says:

    I usually keep pineapple and tomatoes on hand.

  191. angie lilly says:

    I love to keep a can of fried apples on hand for those impromptu country breakfasts!

  192. Sarah says:

    I always have tomatoes and beans on hand

  193. Mihaela Day says:

    You would find apples and pears in my pantry 🙂

  194. s riches says:

    I like to keep lots of canned tomatoes in my pantry.

  195. kathy pease says:

    I love to stock up on beets they are one of my favorites

  196. Buddy Garrett says:

    Peaches are my favorite.

  197. Thomas Murphy says:

    I like to stock up on canned corn and green beans.

  198. Shannon says:

    I like lots, bananas, avocados, and all kinds of greens.

  199. thischickwins says:

    carrots, potatoes, and onions

  200. Sunnymoon says:

    Canned corn and tomatoes.

  201. Sarah L says:

    I always have peaches and different beans in my pantry.
    Thanks for the contest.

  202. We always keep tomatoes and pineapple handy.

  203. Kolt Kelough says:

    Diced tomatoes and beans for the perfect chili, especially during the cold winter!

  204. Del Monte tomatoes are an essential staple in our pantry

  205. tina reynolds says:

    I keep tomatoes, beans peaches and pears stocked in my pantry.

  206. Gianna says:

    I love pears and peaches.

  207. Beverly Mathias says:

    I like a chunkier salsa. Would drain the tomatoes and use as is.

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