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During the holiday season, we are all performing a bit of a juggling act. From decorating the house, shopping for gifts and planning the next big feast, it can be hard to find the inspiration to cook a nice meal on the slower days — and that’s okay!
If you keep a few staples in your pantry at all times, whipping up a tasty, satisfying meal for the whole family can be quick and easy. Plus, when you use Walmart+, you can even save yourself a trip to the grocery store with free delivery from your store* if you don’t have time to run out.
With everything that you already have on your plate this year, give yourself a breather and let Walmart+ do the shopping for you. As of Dec. 4, Walmart+ members can get free next-day and two-day shipping on items from Walmart.com** — no order minimum required.
Check out four pantry staples below that you can rely on when there don’t seem to be enough hours in the day.
Is there anything more comforting than chicken soup on a cold winter night? This cream of chicken soup is flavorful and large enough to feed the entire family.
Shop: Campbell’s Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup, $3.98
Whether you serve this cream of mushroom soup as a main dish or prefer to add it to your casseroles and sauces, it’s a definite pantry must-have.
Shop: Annie’s Rice Shells & White Cheddar Mac & Cheese, $2.54
Mac and cheese is always a crowd pleaser and this recipe from Annie’s is creamy without any artificial flavors or colors. It’s also gluten-free.
Shop: Pillsbury Crescent Rolls Original, $2.18
For an easy breakfast or a quick dinner side dish, these Pillsbury crescent rolls are flaky, decadent and ready to serve in under 15 minutes.
Stock your pantry with essentials now with Walmart+ and you’ll thank yourself later.
*$35 minimum. Restrictions apply.
**Excludes oversized, freight, & Marketplace items.
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