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**Slow Cooker Green Bean Casserole

Slow Cooker Green Bean Casserole

  • Cooking Time:

    5 - 6 hours
  • Servings:

    6-8

Ingredients

2 10 oz. bags frozen green beans
1 14.8 oz. can cream of mushroom soup
1/3 c. milk
1/4 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. black pepper
1 2.8 oz. can French-fried onions

Slow Cook­er Green Bean Casse­role make a great side dish to so many meals. It’s def­i­nite­ly a favorite around the hol­i­days in my home.

  1. Mix togeth­er the green beans, soup and milk in a slow cook­er.
  2. Sprin­kle with salt and pep­per and half of the French-fried onions.
  3. Cov­er. Cook on Low for 5 to 6 hours.
  4. Top with remain­ing onions just before serv­ing.

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Coreen
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Coreen

Jenn thanks so much for post­ing this recipe,how sim­ple is this!I’m look­ing for­ward to mak­ing this for thanks­giv­ing this year.It will be nice to use my crock­pot so i don’t have to spend extra time in the kitchen thus i cant enjoy watchin the thanks­giv­ing day parade for once,Havent had the chance in over 10 yrs with three kids plus we always have the hol­i­day at our house.I will defi­nat­ly be get­ting many recipes from here!

Melissa
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Melissa

I am going to try this recipe for Thanks­giv­ing to free up oven space! Thanks for post­ing! Ques­tion: I real­ly like my green beans crispy, how do these turn out? And how many does this feed? Thanks!

Jen
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Jen

What size crock­pot did you use?

Allison
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Allison

Quick ques­tion? Don’t the frozen green beans make it watery?? Do you thaw them first? I just dont want to end up with soup. 🙂 Thanks!!

Lindsay
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Lindsay

Can I use canned green beans instead? I’m not a big fan of frozen ones. And if I dou­ble the recipe do I need to let it cook longer?

Nicole
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Nicole

Would a dou­ble batch fit in a 6 quart crock­pot?

Coreen
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Coreen

can you use canned green beans instead? if so how many?also would it change the cook­ing time at all? thanks

Nichole
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Nichole

I am also curi­ous about using canned green beans, I already have them on hand and my fam­i­ly prefers them to frozen. TIA 🙂

Ellen
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Ellen

Looks good and the calo­rie count isn’t bad but curi­ous on how much (cup? half cup?) the serv­ing size is. I see it makes 6–8 serv­ings but what exact­ly is con­sid­ered a serv­ing? Thanks

Lynda del Rey
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Lynda del Rey

Hi! I’m going to make this for our com­pa­ny pot luck. Have you tried dou­bling this recipe? Any advice on adjust­ing the cook­ing time (so that it will be done for chow time)?

Charles R.
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Charles R.

Hi, what do you sug­gest in terms of mak­ing this for a group of 18–20 peo­ple? Can it be done in one crock pot? Thanks!

Kristan
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Kristan

Have you ever tried to use Almond Milk?

Dan
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Dan

Con­sid­er­ing mak­ing this in my 5 qt. crock pot — so if I tilt the lid, the casse­role won’t get watery from the con­den­sa­tion on the lid? Don’t want to ruin it!

Elyse
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Elyse

I was going to make the green bean casse­role in the oven, but have decid­ed to do it in the crock pot. I noticed that the oven recipe i was going to use calls for con­densed cream of mush­room. Can I use that for the crock pot recipe as well?

Laura
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Laura

So excit­ed to try this. Tak­ing them to a class par­ty where I need some­thing that can cook while I’m in class all morn­ing.

Jylette
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Jylette

Hi. This real­ly looks like a great way to free up my oven! I would pre­fer to use fresh green beans. How will that work? And about how much fresh green beans to sub­sti­tute for 20 oz of frozen ones? Do I need to adjust the cook­ing time?

Charles R.
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Charles R.

Can I make this the day before Thanks­giv­ing (today) with­out any reheat­ing issues? I can save crunchy onions until serv­ing time but do you have any reheat­ing sug­ges­tions?

Linda G
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Linda G

Your cook time, 5–6 hours, can I assume that this is for on low? Thank you

Linda G
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Linda G

Sor­ry, my mis­take

Tammy
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Tammy

Made this for Thanks­giv­ing. It was ter­rif­ic and so easy! A big hit with the failoy.l Thanks … and I love my crock pots.

Cindy
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Cindy

You said you use a 4 qt crock pot. I have a 3 1/2 qt and a 5 1/2 qt. Which would be the best one to use?

Jessie
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Jessie

If we only had 4 hours what temp would we need the crock pot on?

Kristin
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Kristin

If I’m using gar­den fresh green beans, should I cook them some pri­or to putting them in the casse­role?

renee
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renee

It would be nice if you could please add what SIZE crock pot you use for Each receipe. For exam­ple, with the green beans you say you use 4qt, but with a pulled pork or chill etc. you may se 6–7 It would also be nice if you would please add the # of serv­ings it will typ­i­cal­ly feed. In the nutri­tion info it will say a serv­ing size is such and such GRAMS???? But will not say how many serv­ings. These are just sug­ges­tions to cut-down on peo­ple con­tin­u­ing to ask the same ques­tions over and over and over… Read more »

Cris
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Cris

i signed up for the green bean casse­role this year… def­i­nite­ly try­ing your recipe! thnx 🙂

Alex
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Alex

Can you cook this on high for 2–3 hours instead of 5–6?

Marilyn
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Marilyn

I was think­ing of mix­ing in the first amount of onions at the beginning.…then adding the final ones on top at the end…like some mixed in for flavor.…does that work? Thx

Laura
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Laura

Hey I LOVE LOVE LOVE your crock pot ideas!!! I cook every­thing in mine! I want to make this, but is there a sub for the soup? Look­ing for some­thing with less sodi­um.

mando
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mando

Well as you can see I am a guy. Well your fb page cane up in my news feed and I hit like on it my wife had Owen a crock­pot last year such was not in use but thanks to your page I am using it more. I’m a guy that likes to cook this gives me a chance to make dfrnt meals . Thus is a must for Thanks­giv­ing

Kira
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Kira

My crock pot has a reg­u­lar insert and a divid­ed insert. Could I make a batch in both side? Also, how do I keep it hot until serv­ing. If I am plan­ning to make a sec­ond recipe (your stuff­ing) in the reg­u­lar insert.

Judie
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Judie

Thank you! I was not plan­ning on mak­ing this, how­ev­er it was on my nieces ‘must have’ requests for din­ner. Doing in the crock pot will mean one list dish try­ing to get done in the oven with the 20 lb turkey.

Elizabeth Lawson
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Elizabeth Lawson

Hi! I have a Rival Crock­pot with remov­able stoneware bowl. It has auto set­tings on high: one for 4hrs and one for 6hrs. The low set­tings are 8hrs and 10hrs. I plan on using fresh green beans (slight­ly steamed first for maybe 4–5min). With this type of slow-cooker…what is your rec­om­men­da­tion for cook time and set­ting?

Shannon
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Shannon

Crock Pot Girl, I am doing this thank you SO much! I am going ot need to dou­ble the recipe, do I cook it longer doing that?

Cori
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Cori

Hap­py Thanks­giv­ing:) I’m not sure if you’ll be able to answer today, but if using canned gre­an­beans & con­densed soup, should the green beans be drained?? I’m afraid I may have made a mis­take!

ellie
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ellie

I’m plan­ning to make this for the office potluck now because I have the ingre­di­ents already left­over from Thanks­giv­ing. I wasn’t sure how to get a casse­role to work and have it warm at lunchtime and now I’ll be able to crock it.

mary
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mary

Hi
can you had ham to this?

mary
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mary

*add, sor­ry

Susan
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Susan

Just made this & took it to our church potluck lunch. I got many com­pli­ments! Super easy. I used to laugh & tell folks that if some­thing didn’t come out of a box or a can, then we didn’t eat it because my cook­ing skills are lim­it­ed! But this made even me look good!

Michelle
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Michelle

So glad you post­ed this! My fam­i­ly loves green bean casse­role but my moth­er usu­al­ly microwaves it dur­ing the hol­i­days due to lack of room in the oven. I saw this a few weeks before Christ­mas and sug­gest­ed we do that instead of nuk­ing it. We did and it was great! Much bet­ter than microwaved!

Becca
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Becca

Is there a way to “pin” your recipes? I love your site, but have a dif­fi­cult time find­ing any par­tic­u­lar recipe on it. I’m sure there is a way! Thanks so much!

Michelle
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Michelle

Love this!! My Mom always lacks space in her oven on Thanks­giv­ing and she used to microwave the green bean casse­role, which left it kind of run­ny. Last year, I gave her this recipe and she tried it out and it came out great!

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Alicja
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It looks deli­cious. For sure it tastes so. Soon, I’ll try your recipe.

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