7 Best Canned Green Bean Recipes



3-Ingredient Easy Green Bean Casserole Recipe


I’m not sure how or where it originated, but with just THREE ingredients, it’sFAR easier to throw together than most other recipes. Plus, I personally thinkit tastes great without the fussy extras that many recipes incorporate.Worcestershire sauce — who needs it? Salt and pepper? Nah, there’s plenty offlavor without it, thanks to the salt used in canning the green beans. And forsure, I don’t add milk. Runny green bean casserole is the WORST!Yep, this easy green bean casserole recipe calls for just canned green beans,cream of mushroom soup, and French fried onions. That’s it! These three simpleingredients combine to make a thick and creamy casserole (with a bit ofcrunch) that’s pure comfort food.A quick note on finding the French fried onions — this time of year it’spretty simple. Around Thanksgiving, most grocery stores have them on the aisleend caps, along with the cream of mushroom soup and green beans (on sale!).But if you’re hunting for them outside of the holidays, it’s not so intuitive.Look for them near the canned green beans throughout the rest of the year,usually on a shelf just above or beside them.

Can you Make Green Bean Casserole Ahead of Time?


Yes! Make it ahead of time to save precious moments on Thanksgiving orChristmas.Just mix all the ingredients and pour into your baking dish. Cover withplastic wrap or foil until you’re ready to bake it.Do note that with the ingredients being cold, you may need to cook longer toheat thoroughly.So, do you love or hate this popular recipe? I know that you probably havesome strong opinions about this old-fashioned side dish recipe. I know mostpeople do! I’d love to hear your story in the comments below!

Another Canned Green Beans Recipe


For more of an Asian-flare, check out my recipe for delicious, Chinese-Stylecanned green beans. Those green beans use honey, soy sauce and garlic to makean Asian-inspired green beans side dish.Do you have any favorite dishes that are made with canned vegetables?

Easy Green Bean Casserole


Growing up, our Thanksgiving dinner was never complete without a heapinghelping of this easy green bean casserole. Well, this along with my belovedcream corn casserole and layered cranberry salad.So after moving out on my own, I found it both surprising and puzzling that somany of my friends turned their noses up at it. What the heck?!As I was making it to share with you all yesterday, I thought it might be funto do a quick, informal survey about it on Facebook. It turns out green beancasserole is a highly polarizing topic.But the consensus is pretty much this: love it or hate it, green beancasserole is a holiday dinner staple!After thinking about it some more, I realized something… My mom’s green beancasserole recipe is not your average Campbell’s green bean casserole orFrench’s green bean casserole. No, it’s not a completely from scratch,homemade green bean casserole, either. What it is, is a stripped down versionthat’s still super flavorful but can be prepped in just three minutes.PIN IT NOW, MAKE IT LATER! CLICK HERE TO PIN THIS RECIPE. WHILE YOU’RE AT IT, LET’S BE FRIENDS! FOLLOW ME ON PINTEREST FOR MORE EASYRECIPE IDEAS.

Butter & Garlic Canned Green Beans Recipe


posted by Miriam Tirips on May 14, 2019 11 CommentsWhen I’m out of fresh vegetables and don’t have time to run to the store, Igrab a can of green beans or corn to help round out our meals. However, foodout of a can doesn’t always taste that good. Fortunately, there are ways youcan make canned food taste amazing. I recently cooked up this Butter & GarlicCanned Green Beans recipe using canned green beans and they were fantastic. Imean, can you really go wrong with butter & garlic?This recipe is pretty easy to prepare and can be cooked in just one pan. Meltthe butter, add garlic, add green beans, season and cook!

Slow Cooker Green Bean Casserole


Need to save some space in your oven? This simple green bean casserole canalso be prepared in your slow cooker. Simply mix everything up in your slowcooker insert, and cook it on low for 4-5 hours or high for 3-4 hours, oruntil heated through. Easy-peasy!The only downside is you can’t brown the fried onions like you do in the oven-baked version. No problem, though! Toss the remaining fried onions in askillet, and brown them over medium heat for about five minutes. Sprinkle themover the top of your slow cooker green bean casserole, and you’re good to go. * This easy tuna casserole with egg noodles was always one of my mom’s go-to recipes when I was growing up… And I can totally see why. Tuna noodle casserole is quick to prep, tasty, and versatile! * This custardy cream corn casserole recipe is SO good you’ll want to scrape the dish clean to get every last bit of caramelized goodness… My favorite of all the corn casserole recipes I’ve tried, just like my grandma made it! * This easy cheesy meatball casserole boasts just 5 ingredients, yet is still packed with flavor… Serve it as is, over pasta, or on sandwich rolls for a versatile weeknight dinner! * This baked macaroni and cheese casserole is easy homemade macaroni and cheese at its best! Gooey and cheesy with a layer of crushed potato chips on top for texture…And a bonus recipe that’s kind of a casserole in that you bake it… theseamazing creamy make ahead mashed potatoes! You simply can’t go wrong with thisrecipe. Filled with cream cheese AND sour cream, it makes the BEST mashedpotatoes. Always fluffy and delicious!I’d love to see how your green bean casserole turns out… Tag me@Unsophisticook on Instagram or use the hashtag

This canned green bean recipe is an easy and delicious way to use those


green beans in your pantry! A few ingredients make a veggie the family willlove!I always like to have a small stock of canned goods in my pantry. Small mainlybecause my current pantry is small. Ha. Even though I usually have preservedproduce {like tomatoes, zucchini, and broccoli} in my freezer or fresh from mygarden, some days call for a quick veggie fix if I’m going to get one onto thetable in time for dinner. Which is where this easy canned green bean recipecomes in!I grew up eating these and loving them, my mom was the master and makingveggies delicious, and this easy canned green bean recipe is one of Abram’sfavorites as well. Andy will even eat them!And seriously, it’s so easy. But so dang good.Please don’t ever just dump a can of green beans into a pot, heat them up, andserve them. Your kids probably won’t eat them.And your husband probably won’t either.And then you’ll be mad and never want to make dinner again.And that’s just way too sad!Instead, make this canned green bean recipe. There are only a few ingredients:butter and onion powder with salt and pepper. Simple but magical!The first time I made these to go with our dinner, Andy was still prettyapprehensive about anything I cooked {newlyweds}. Especially vegetables. Thisis a direct quote from that evening, “Those smell like they’d taste good.” Buthe wouldn’t try them. HA.The trick to this recipe is to let the liquid simmer completely out. This letsthe butter and seasoning stick to the green beans, which results indeliciousness every bite. If you leave the liquid in the beans, all the goodstuff you add just gets left behind when you serve them.A great addition to this recipe is some bacon. Because everything is betterwith bacon. Especially veggies. Is that an oxymoron? Never mind, don’t answerthat. If bacon + veggies = wrong, I just don’t wanna be right.I’ll just list Cooking Veggies with Butter and Bacon under the growing listthat is titled Reasons from the Kitchen: Why Alli Must Exercise Regularly.Also, if you are nerdy like me you can read this awesome article about thechemistry of why bacon is so good.I’m not embarrassed. Ahem.”

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