Nutrition Facts

 

Serving Size: 1 cup, prepared

Servings Per Container: 16

 

Amount Per Serving:

Dry Mix

Calories: <1

Total Fat: 0 g

Saturated Fat: 0 g

Polyunsaturated Fat 0 g

Monounsaturated Fat 0 g

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Sodium: 147 mg

Potassium 4 mg

Total

Carbohydrate:

<1 g

Dietary Fiber: <1 g

Sugars: 0 g

Protein: 0 g

 

Customer Comments:

 

I made this stew a couple weeks ago for the first time for my bridesmaids. Made it along with our delicious Sweet Cornbread. I must say the stew was a hit! My husband doesn't like a lot of soups but loved how thick and tasty this stew is. Easy! And delicious! I just ordered a few more of them.  It makes an absolute TON!

Amy Zelasko from Carterville, IL

 

If you haven't tried this yet you must!!! It is absolutely wonderful..even my 5 year old asks for it! (She actually gets mad when we aren't having it). It makes 16 cups and I always have leftovers for my lunch the next day. I don't even have to sample it at the shows...It's one of best sellers regardless..Maybe because of my enthusiasm!

Marie Thompson from Kissee Mills, MO

 

I love this one it is one of my favorites, besides Alfredo Lasagna, try that if you haven’t.It puts hambuger helper to shame

Rebecca Ingle from Terre Haute, IN

 

Representative’s comments at an arts and craft show:

 

This is one of my top sellers. Cowboy stew is also my favorite TGC mix! I made it for my craft show last Sat, along with Caramel Pecan Pie and Mexican Fiesta Dip, and sold out of all 3! My family loves the stew, and I have to make it at least once a month in the cold weather, but I've already made it twice in the last 2 weeks.

I sample it at every show, and it always sells out. My husband and sons love it, too. I think I'm going to make some this weekend or next. Yum!!!

Kristen Threkeld from Shelbina, MO

 

My husband helps at vendor shows and he loves promoting the cowboy stew. Funny how quickly women buy the stew when a man tells them it is good. He's my best marketing tool!!

Alyce Kriege from Bismark, ND

 

Rep Name: Bailey Bowman

Rep City/State: Quinton, VA

Customer Comments: The Crowd Pleasn'Cowboy Stew was perfectly seasoned and full of flavor. It seems very simple to prepare.

 

Rep Name: Jessica Crites
City/State: Martinsburg, West Virginia
Customer Feedback: The Crowd Pleasin’ Cowboy Stew and Sweet Cornbread was a HUGE hit!

 

Rep Name: Michelle Reed
City/State: Peoria, IL
Customer Comments: People LOVED the Cowboy Stew!! The vendors were coming up wanting bowls.

Lets just put it this way...I made it last Friday (took half and froze half) for the show I had last Sat and yesterday...I started out with 20 mixes. Today I have NONE. I’m totally making this again.

 

Full Name: Tanya Hunt Yarbrough
City, State: Peoria Illinois
Customer Feedback: Cowboy stew is the best soup they have ever had!!!!!!

 

 

Did You Know? (Fun Trivia):

Did you know where the Crowd Pleasin’ Cowboy Stew recipe came from?  This is something that Judy’s mom, Mama Joy, used to make, and then Judy, and now Melissa!  All family members used to go camping throughout the year.  This was an easy recipe that appealed to everyone’s taste buds and made enough to feed all the family members!

 

Additional Recipes:

 

The following recipes can be found in our cookbook! 

These recipes were donated by customers and distributors all over the United States, and each of these recipes uses the Crowd Pleasin’ Cowboy Stew. 

 

Veggie Soup

 

COUNTRY CHICKEN SKILLET
2 Tbl. margarine or butter
2 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
1 1/2 c. water
1 pkg. TGC Cowboy Stew Mix
1/2 tsp. dillweed
¾ - 1 c. sour cream

Melt margarine in lg. skillet over med-high heat. Add chicken and brown, turning occasionally, about 5 minutes.
Stir water, soup mix and dill into skillet; bring to boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer, stirring occasionally, 10 minutes or until chicken is tender. Place chicken on platter.
Remove skillet from heat. Stir in sour cream. Spoon sauce over chicken. If desired, serve with noodes.

Ann Killam from Wonder Lake, IL

 

Gift Ideas Using This Mix:

 

Put together a Texas themed gift basket!!  Use any of the following:  Chili, Beanless Chili, Tex-Mex Rub, West Texas Inferno Rub, Tortilla Soup, Taco “Soup”reme Soup, Crowd Pleasin’ Cowboy Soup, Tex-Mex Soup, Sweet Cornbread, Beer Bread, Chicken and Dumplings Soup, Texas Cowboy Cookies or Bag, or Mesquite BBQ Rub

Attach a note to this mix stating, “Wishing you a “Soup-er” holiday, b-day, any day!”

 

Cowboy Cuisine Basket

Buy a craft cowboy straw hat at Wal-Mart or Hobby Lobby type store for about $2, turn upside down, put in red bandana for filler (.88 cents), add Chili Cheese Dip, Crowd Pleasin’ Cowboy Stew, and Texas Cowboy Cookie mix in a bag. (or other mixes like Beer Bread, Ranch Dressing, etc)

This can also be done in the Denim gift box for about the same cost!

Idea donated by Kista Taylor from Lawton, OK

 

Soups On

Give a variety of our soups all arranged in a new soup pot with utensils. Add a fresh loaf of French bread and a bottle of wine for an easy dinner in an instant!