These Slow Cooker Green Beans are the best way to serve green beans! Full of flavor and cooked low and slow, they are a must try!
Slow Cooker Green Beans
Green beans have to be my favorite vegetable! My mom said I wouldn’t eat them as a kid but as long as I can remember they have been a favorite of mine. The best way to make them though is low and slow… and with bacon!
These Slow Cooker Green Beans are the best way to make them! Just toss them into the slow cooker and let it cook. That’s all you need to do!
How to make Slow Cooker Green Beans:
Side dish in the slow cooker is the best and this recipe could not be easier.
Step one: Add all ingredients to your slow cooker.
Step two: Cook until green beans are tender.
That is it, I told you this recipe was easy!
Green beans and bacon grease:
When I cooked my bacon I saved some of the bacon greases to add to the broth. You just need a few tablespoons to boost the flavor but you could skip this and still have amazing green beans in the slow cooker.
What type of green beans:
For this recipe, I used fresh green beans that I washed and diced. Frozen green beans would also work but I prefer making this recipe with fresh.
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- 2 pounds green beans
- 2 cups vegetable broth
- 1/2 pound bacon (cooked and crumbled)
- 1/2 teaspoon onion powder
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- optional: reserved bacon grease.
Add all ingredients to your slow cooker.
Optional: I reserved a few tablespoons of bacon grease from my bacon and add it to my green beans in the slow cooker.
Cook on low for 6-7 hours or on high for 4-5 hours or until green beans are tender.