Here’s all you need to know about How to Cook Dried Beans in the Slow Cooker or Instant Pot! Use your Crock-Pot or Instant Pot to cook dried beans; then store them in the freezer to use in soup, stew, chili, or many other recipes with dried beans.
This post is a Public Service Announcement for anyone who still buys canned beans! Once you learn How to Cook Dried Beans in the Slow Cooker or Instant Pot you might never go back to buying canned beans again. Slow Cooker or Instant Pot beans are not only much less expensive, but cooked-from-scratch dried beans are so much tastier than the ones that come in a can. And cooking dried beans in a slow cooker or Instant Pot is so easy!
This post shares tips about How to Cook Dried Beans in a Slow Cooker from Kalyn’s Kitchen, including a comparison of cooking times for soaked or unsoaked beans. Or if you prefer using the Instant Pot, my friend Letty has you covered with a great post on How to Cook Pinto Beans in a Pressure Cooker/Instant Pot at Letty’s Kitchen. Choose your method and start today to break the canned beans habit!
Read all about How to Cook Dried Beans in a Slow Cooker at Kalyn’s Kitchen.
Read all about How to Cook Pinto Beans in a Pressure Cooker/Instant Pot at Letty’s Kitchen.
Use the index for Beans and Legumes Recipes to see all the slow cooker or Instant Pot recipes using beans and legumes that have been featured on this site.