Monday, December 31, 2012

Slow Cooker Recipe for Vegetarian Black-Eyed Peas from Budget Bytes

Cook some black-eyed peas in the slow cooker for good luck in the New Year!

Slow Cooker Recipe for Vegetarian Black-Eyed Peas from Budget Bytes found on
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It's New Year's Eve, and you probably know that eating black-eyed peas on New Year's Day is required if you're hoping for good luck.  Luckily, you only need about three hours of cooking time for these Slow Cooker Vegetarian Black-Eyed Peas from Budget Bytes. 

The recipe is vegetarian (and could easily be vegan if you use vegetable bouillon), so these peas are good for New Year's Day luck and also a tasty dish for Meatless Monday.   And if you're skipping Meatless Monday for the holiday or making the black-eyed peas on Tuesday, go ahead and add some diced ham and sausage if you'd like.

Get the complete recipe for Slow Cooker Vegetarian Black-Eyed Peas from Budget Bytes.

More Ideas with Black-Eyed Peas in the Slow Cooker:
Black-Eyed Peas and Ham from Skinnytaste
Hearty Wintertime Black-Eyed Pea, Vegetable, and Sausage Soup from Simple Nourished Living 


  1. I'm trying one from Food52 this year. Except it is also vegetarian. I will definitely be adding a ham bone or some sort of pork!

  2. Who couldn't use a bit of luck in the new year? Especially when the slow cooker makes it easy! Happy new year, Kalyn, and thanks for a year of great slow cooker recipes.

  3. Pam and Lydia, I hope you both have great luck in 2013!


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