Every month, a few blogger friends and I get together for the Creative Hop. We all make a fun themed recipe or craft. This month’s theme is Thanksgiving. Can you believe that Thanksgiving is just a little over a month away?!!? Where does the time go? Anyway, when I think of Thanksgiving food, I think of Green Bean Casserole. We all make it, right? Well this year, I am making my Green Bean Casserole in the Slow Cooker! It gets to cook all day while I work on the harder to cook food and it leaves my house smelling like Thanksgiving, all day long. There are several ways to make Green Bean Casserole in the Slow Cooker… this is the way that I make it. I hope you enjoy it!
First, you need to gather all of your ingredients. You will need some green beans ( you can used fresh, canned or frozen). I used 4 cans of cut green beans for this recipe. You will also need a can of cream of mushroom soup, a half of a cup of milk, some french fried onions and some salt and pepper to taste. You can also add a few things to this recipe of you feel it is too boring. You could add some herbs or maybe some mushrooms. It is all up to you, the cook! You know what your family loves!
Next, you will take all of the ingredients and put them in the slow cooker. You will save a little bit of the french fried onions for later, though. Put the ingredients in the Slow Cooker and mix it all up. Then put the setting on High and let it cook for about 4 hours. I stir mine occasionally, about once or twice an hour. After the four hours is over, put the remaining french fried onions on top and let it sit on the Keep Warm setting for about a half an hour or so.
That is it! Your creation is finished. You house smells yummy and you have an excellent side dish to serve your family on Thanksgiving!
- 4 cans of cut green beans
- 1 can of cream of mushroom soup
- 1/2 cup of milk
- 1 and 1/2 cups of French fried onions
- salt and pepper
- Add all of the ingredients to the Slow Cooker except for a half a cup of the French fried onions
- Add as much or as little salt and pepper as you would like. Not too much. You can always add more later but you can never take it out!
- Let cook on High for 3 and a half to four hours.
- For the last half hour, add the remaining 1/2 cup of french fried onions to the top and let them cook for the last half hour.
- Serve and enjoy.
What is your favorite Thanksgiving recipe? Share it with me in the comments!
For more Thanksgiving and fall recipes and crafts, visit a few of my favorite bloggers:
- Hot Spiced Cranberry Cider by Confessions of an Overworked Mom
- Coconut Cream Pie Recipe by A Mom’s Take
- Slow Cooker Green Bean Casserole by Mom Does It All
- Pumpkin Lebkuchen Donuts by 2Boys+1Girl=OneCrazyMom
- Turkey Sweet Potato Chili by Home And Garden Cafe
- by Simply Southern Mom
- Heaven’s Delight Pineapple Marshmallow Thanksgiving Dessert Recipe by Pretty Opinionated
- Thanksgiving Craft: “Give Thanks” Wooden Blocks by Better in Bulk
- Delicious Chocolate Genoise Recipe by OurFamilyWorld
- Easy Thanksgiving Centerpiece by Upstate Ramblings
- Family Gratitude Journal by Day by Day in Our World
- How to Make Pumpkin Gnocchi by Jennifer Sikora
- Fun Turkey Cupcake Idea by Kids Fun Reviewed
- by Blessed Elements
- Hearty Chicken and Vegetable Soup by Sweet Lil You
- Soft Baked White Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Cookies by Savvy Saving Couple
- Mini Fall Leaf Decorated Cookies by How Was Your Day?
- Homemade Apple Muffins by Momma D Jane