Sides are always my favorite thing to eat at Thanksgiving, don’t get me wrong, I love turkey, but I always love the stuffing more, and what I love most of all is Green Bean Casserole. In fact, Green Bean Casserole is the one dish, I make year-round because the entire family loves it. I recently purchased a slow cooking crockpot from Target on sale for twenty-two dollars and I love it so much, so I am converting almost all my recipes into crockpot recipes. I found this Green Bean Casserole recipe on Youtube that had bacon in it. I cannot tell you how delicious the edition of bacon is to this already excellent dish! You just start by adding your ingredients to the crockpot, in the usual way. I just added green beans (frozen or fresh work fine), Campbells Cream Of Bacon Soup, Cooked bacon (not too crispy), Frenches French Fried Onions, 1/4 cup milk, and 1 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
I mixed all those ingredients in a mixing bowl then added that final mixture to the crockpot. I turned the crockpot slow cooker on to low and cooked the Green Bean Bacon Casserole for approximately 3.5 hours.
You then add more Frenches French Fried Onions to the top, then you can take the actual crock out of the slow cooker assembly and brown the Green Bean Casserole in the oven. This step is completely optional, however. I made some to freeze in individual containers so my kids could come in grab one and throw it in the microwave after school, they love the added bacon. his crockpot recipe will make all your family members happy.