Don't skimp on side dishes with dinner tonight. Try these Oven Roasted Green Beans. Recipe via frugallivingmom.com

Oven Roasted Green Beans

Don't skimp on side dishes with dinner tonight. Try these Oven Roasted Green Beans. Recipe via frugallivingmom.com

Fresh or frozen green beans are transformed into a garlicky and tender side dish. Serve alongside Italian pasta dinners or a juicy steak. To make these sauteed green beans, you’ll only need 5 ingredients.

Sauteed Garlic Green Beans

Fresh or frozen green beans are transformed into a garlicky and tender side dish. Serve alongside Italian pasta dinners or a juicy steak. To make these sauteed green beans, you’ll only need 5 ingredients.

Easy Garlic Green Beans - worked great with frozen green beans (use ghee for Whole 30)

Easy Garlic Green Beans - worked great with frozen green beans (use ghee for Whole 30)

Oven Roasted Green Beans with Parmesan - turn frozen green beans into one fabulous side dish!

Oven Roasted Green Beans with Parmesan

Fresh or frozen green beans are transformed into a garlicky and tender side dish. Serve alongside Italian pasta dinners or a juicy steak. To make these sauteed green beans, you’ll only need 5 ingredients. Introducing… my all-time most-often cooked side dish: sauteed green beans. I make these at least once a week. They are probably my fiance’s...

Sauteed Garlic Green Beans

Fresh or frozen green beans are transformed into a garlicky and tender side dish. Serve alongside Italian pasta dinners or a juicy steak. To make these sauteed green beans, you’ll only need 5 ingredients. Introducing… my all-time most-often cooked side dish: sauteed green beans. I make these at least once a week. They are probably my fiance’s...

Fabulous Frozen Green Beans from Food.com:   								Green beans out of season ? - no time to shop ? - too hot to cook ? - no time to cook ? You will treasure this recipe! Be sure to use "whole" frozen green beans.

Fabulous Frozen Green Beans

Fabulous Frozen Green Beans from Food.com: Green beans out of season ? - no time to shop ? - too hot to cook ? - no time to cook ? You will treasure this recipe! Be sure to use "whole" frozen green beans.

CRACK GREEN BEANS  Green beans, drained (note: you can substitute a similar amount of frozen green beans, about 4 (12-ounce) bags, thawed, or you can use fresh green beans, too) 12 slices bacon 2/3 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup butter, melted 7 teaspoons soy sauce 1 1/2 teaspoons garlic powder      Put the drained beans in a 9x13 pan.  Add the cooked bacon pieces.  Mix the remaining ingredients ( the crack sauce). Pour over the beans and bake 40 minutes at 350.  Toss and serve.

CRACK GREEN BEANS Green beans, drained (note: you can substitute a similar amount of frozen green beans, about 4 (12-ounce) bags, thawed, or you can use fresh green beans, too) 12 slices bacon 2/3 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup butter, melted 7 teaspoons soy sauce 1 1/2 teaspoons garlic powder Put the drained beans in a 9x13 pan. Add the cooked bacon pieces. Mix the remaining ingredients ( the crack sauce). Pour over the beans and bake 40 minutes at 350. Toss and serve.

Frozen green beans take a festive twist when you add a zesty Parmesan sauce that takes just minutes to prepare.

Parmesan-Garlic Butter Green Beans

Frozen green beans take a festive twist when you add a zesty Parmesan sauce that takes just minutes to prepare.

The simplest, most delicious way to eat green beans! These Italian Green Beans are sauteed in butter, bread crumbs and parmesan cheese.

The simplest, most delicious way to eat green beans! These Italian Green Beans are sauteed in butter, bread crumbs and parmesan cheese.

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