Monday, August 26, 2013

Slow Cooked Homemade Refried Beans from Lynn's Kitchen Adventures

There are endless uses for these Homemade Refried Beans, made in the slow cooker!

Slow Cooked Homemade Refried Beans from Lynn's Kitchen Adventures featured on Slow Cooker From
 (Photo from Lynn's Kitchen Adventures.)

Homemade refried beans are healthier and more inexpensive than the ones that come in a can, but the most important reasons to make refried beans from scratch has to be the flavor you'll get from pinto beans that have been slow cooked all day while you're busy doing other things. 

This recipe for Slow Cooked Homemade Refried Beans from Lynn's Kitchen Adventures sounds especially good to me, with a bit of onion, garlic, jalapeno, and cumin adding just enough spice to the beans.  Lynn uses her immersion blender to puree the beans, for creamy beans that you can use in an assortment of tasty Meatless Monday dishes.

Get the complete recipe for Slow Cooked Homemade Refried Beans from Lynn's Kitchen Adventures.

More Meatless Ideas with Beans in the Slow Cooker:
Dried Beans Cooked in the Slow Cooker from Kalyn's Kitchen
Honey Beans and Spinach from A Year of Slow Cooking
Mexican Tortilla Pie from 365 Days of Slow Cooking
Refried Beans from 365 Days of Slow Cooking
Vegan Spicy Pinto Bean Chili with Corn and Kale from The Perfect Pantry


  1. I have never made my own refried beans, in the slow cooker or on the stove, so I'm very happy to have this recipe. You could build an entire Mexican dinner party feast around this one dish!

  2. Lydia, I've had good luck making refried beans in the pressure cooker, and this sounds just as easy!

  3. I've used this recipe exclusively for making my own "refried" beans and it it's great. It makes about 6 cups, do I usually freeze some in 2-cup packages (in vacuum-sealed bags but a freezer bag would work too). Vegetarian daughter loves them. -Trish

  4. Trish, thanks for letting us know you've enjoyed the recipe. I can't wait to try it myself!


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