Crockpot Green Bean Casserole is a time saving twist on a classic recipe.
This crockpot Green Bean Casserole is one of the best Thanksgiving recipes ever. It’s easy to put together and doesn’t take up precious oven space on the big day. It’s definitely one of the best slow cooker recipes of all time.
I don’t know about you, but oven space is at a premium for our holiday dinners. Between the turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes and all of the other side dishes, my oven works over time for holiday dinners.
That’s where this crockpot Green Bean Casserole comes in.
It takes exactly like the traditional recipe you’re thinking of – bright green beans cooked in a creamy mushroom sauce and topped with lots of crunchy onions. Except, this version is made in the slow cooker.
I love when I can bust out my slow cooker for holiday meals and this slow cooker green bean casserole recipe is the perfect candidate for alleviating some of the congestion in my oven.
One of my favorite parts about this recipe is I set the slow cooker and forget about it until it’s time to eat. I have found that this slow cooker works best for this recipe. I like the shallow depth.
Because it’s only cooking for a few hours, these slow cooker green beans hold up well and don’t get too mushy. You should definitely give this recipe a try this holiday.
My Favorite Slow Cooker Items
- My favorite slow cooker
- My favorite casserole slow cooker
- Disposable slow cooker liners (I can’t live without these!)
- Slow cooker travel bag
- Slow Cooker Essentials
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- Rosemary Sweet Potatoes
- Sausage and Apple Stuffing
- Baba’s Homemade Cranberry Relish
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Slow Cooker Green Bean Casserole
- Combine soup, soy sauce, milk, black pepper, green beans and 1/2 cup of the French fried onions in a slow cooker.
- Stir to combine.
- Cook on low for 2-3 hours or until bubbly.
- Stir the mixture and top with remaining French fried onions.
- Cover and cook for an additional 10 minutes.
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- I always use unsalted butter in my recipes.
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