Green bean casserole is a go-to holiday dish, but there are lots of ways to enjoy green beans. Try one of these tasty green bean recipes this holiday season!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Pero Family Farms. All opinions are our own.
With the holidays approaching, I’m already thinking about all the delicious food that will be filling my kitchen. I’m a side dish lover. Who cares about the turkey at Thanksgiving when there’s much more interesting flavors in other dishes?
If you ask my husband what my favorite Thanksgiving side dish is (and that always has to be made no matter what) he’ll answer: green bean casserole. It’s a go-to for many families and there are so many variations on the classic dish.
I hate to admit this, but it’s one of two main ways I enjoy green beans. Casserole and steam-in-the-bag. Hear me say this, there’s nothing wrong with enjoying a food just one or two ways!
With our partnership with Pero Family Farms, a 5th generation farm and grower of fresh green beans, green beans have taken on new life in my home.
One of my go-tos is still to steam them in the bag (and Pero’s green beans come trimmed and ready to eat right out of the bag!) as an easy side dish for any meal. Plus my 1-year-old is obsessed with green beans!
Green bean casserole gets a vegan makeover with a few easy ingredient swaps! This festive dish is prepped and ready to pop in the oven in 10 minutes and can be assembled ahead of time to save time during your holiday prep.
Need enough Green Beans to feed the whole family!? Our Fresh 2lb. Snipped Green Beans have you covered! We just added pomegranate, toasted almonds, olive oil, and red wine vinegar for a simple side dish that can be ready in 10 minutes!
Ready for a quick, easy, and delicious vegetable side dish? Enter Roasted Green Beans! Roasting helps to keep the delicious green bean crunch, and garlic and lemon add bright, zesty flavor to this side dish!
Amanda’s marketing, public relations and community outreach experience spans 20 years. She is the mom of two girls and two boxer dogs. You can hear her as the host of the Healthy Family Project podcast, find her cooking alongside her girls in videos on the Produce for Kids Instagram feed or spot her out volunteering with her family. When not in the office, Amanda can be found with her family on the tennis courts or at the dance studio.