Monday, June 10, 2013

Slow Cooker Vegan Fiesta Baked Beans from 365 Days of Slow Cooking

Vegan Fiesta "Baked" Beans, cooked in the slow cooker!  (Photo from 365 Days of Slow Cooking.)

Next up for our collection of Slow Cooker Summer Dinners is this delightfully easy recipe for Slow Cooker Vegan Fiesta "Baked" Beans from 365 Days of Slow Cooking, which could be a Meatless Monday side dish or main dish.  I love that this starts with dried pinto beans that cook all day without heating up the house, but you can also use canned pinto beans if you're in a hurry, and this flavorful dish uses mostly pantry ingredients you probably have on hand.  Non-vegans can add some cheese on top, which is what Karen did to get her kids to eat it!

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Use this link to get the recipe for Slow Cooker Vegan Fiesta "Baked" Beans from 365 Days of Slow Cooking.

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More Ideas with Vegetarian Beans and Lentils in the Slow Cooker:
Vegetarian Chipotle Baked Beans from The Perfect Pantry
Vegetarian Maple-Sriracha Baked Beans from Kitchen Treaty
Vegan Black Garbanzo Bean Curry from Kalyn's Kitchen  
Vegan Barbecue Lentils from The Hungry Beehive 
Cuban Style Black Beans and Rice from Andrea Meyers

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2 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this one! I bet black beans would be really good in this one as well.

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  2. Karen, I love everything about this recipe, and I would also love it with black beans!

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