You are sure to love this traditional Thanksgiving side dish – crock pot green bean casserole!
We all have favorite foods to cook for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Our traditional family meals are made each year, only the best saved for those Holidays – from a Turkey or Ham to delicious side dishes and desserts.
Each family has their own tradition and so many include Green Bean Casserole as one of their favorite side dishes to go with that Turkey!
The stress of holiday entertaining can often be overwhelming, though. I just never can coordinate my time or oven space right to get everything done at the same time. Or I find myself waking up before the birds just to get the Turkey in the oven so I’ll have enough time to bake all of my casseroles.
Enter the slow cooker – there are some genius holiday slow cooker hacks that will help make your holiday’s stress-free and one of those is cooking your favorite side dishes, like the Green Bean Casserole, in the crock pot!
Slow Cooker Green Bean Casserole
The end result of this Thanksgiving side dish cooked in the slow cooker is just as good as if it were baked in the oven, but it save you time and oven space!
This delicious casserole is the perfect side dish to compliment your Turkey and gravy, and is so easy to make!
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You can prep this is about ten minutes and then set it and forget it. I have several slow cookers that I use for various side dishes, dips, and even beverages! Leave the oven space for your Turkey and get those slow cookers going on everything else – it truly is a huge sanity saver, especially if you are cooking for a large crowd.
- 2 Cans Cream of Mushroom Soup
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1/4 tsp black pepper
- 1 tsp. garlic powder
- 4 cans cut green beans, drained
- 1 container of french's fried onions
- Combine soup, milk, pepper, and garlic into the bottom of your crock pot
- Stir in green beans
- Add half the can of fried onions and stir
- Top with remaining fried onions
- Cover and cook on high for 2 hours or low for 4 hours
Do you have any other tips to share? I love to see what you all are up to and your favorite recipes – leave a comment and let us know!
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