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Slow-Cooked Green Beans, Tomatoes and Bacon

Slow-Cooked Green Beans, Tomatoes and Bacon recipe
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Green beans, onions and bacon are slow-cooked for a savory side that'll not only wow 'em at the potluck, it also can fit into a healthy eating plan.
15 min
1 hr 15 min
8 servings
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Tastes like grandma's cooking when I was a little kid. I use a can of tomatoes. I tried pre-cooked bacon crumbles, but it was not good - it's worth the mess to cook the bacon. This is one of my favorite recipes.
Made this the other night and it was good. It was even better the next day but unfortunately there wasn't much left. I omitted the chicken broth and plum tomatoes and substituted 3/4 of a can of diced tomatoes with green chilies. YUM! Will definitely make again.
I made this and it was excellent. Based on other reviews, I added extra seasoning, and I actually added the cooked bacon and chopped tomates once it started to boil. I let it cook on low until it was done, which was a lot longer than 40 minutes. It came out delicious, and it was very similar to the green beans my mom used to make. I will make this often.
I would have given this recipe a five star but I made some personal changes. All in all this was a very good concept. I did not use the bacon drippings to cook onions in. I used a tad bit of butter. I also added some lemon pepper to give a little more seasoning.It was very good everyone at Easter dinner raved over them!
These taste just like the ones mom made. Slow coooker is the way to go.
I have not tried this yet but noticed an old comment as far as Weight Watchers friendly. Someone stated it is a 1 Point recipe. That's the old WW Points value. PointsPlus+ value is 2. An awesome recipe. I will be using it!
This was outstanding. I am on Weight Watchers, and this is ONLY one point per serving.
I'm making this again for Easter. I used frozen green beans, Mrs Dash, & Soul Seasoning. Very Good!
Yummy! I omitted the tomatoes, but the dish still turned out great. I will most certainly use this recipe again.
I have now made this recipe several times and even my 9 year old, who hates green beans, will go back for seconds. This will be in my recipe box forever.
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