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    Slow Cooker-Bean Dishes

    I love slow cooked foods and bean dishes really hit the spot. They are easy to make and high in fiber, what could be better then that?

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    I found this recipe on fatfreevegan.com some time ago and wanted to put it here so all my healthy recipes are in one place. They say this is a Weight Watchers recipes and that is 4 points per serving.

    Recipe #276845

    4 Reviews |  By SEvans

    A delicious dish you will be pleased to share with everyone.

    Recipe #243691

    3 Reviews |  By Kris H

    I enjoyed this at a potluck function. I went home and juiced it up a little.

    Recipe #57501

    Recipe #38954

    This is a different way to serve Lima beans. They sort of remind me of Boston baked beans. I used organic Lima beans my husband grew in our garden. The sour cream goes in at the end.

    Recipe #242303

    This simple recipe requires very little effort but results in perfect refried beans every time!

    Recipe #225001

    We actually grew the Tepary Beans. These beans are native to the Southwestern US and Mexico and have been grown here since Pre-Colombian times. These little orange beans are delicious and can be used like any other dried beans after soaking. You can use other dried beans such as Navy beans in their place if you can't find the Tepary Beans. You can double the recipe if you are using a 6 Quart or bigger crock pot.

    Recipe #239717


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