Photo: Oxmoor House
Prep Time
6 Mins
Cook Time
2 Hours 30 Mins
Yield
Makes 8 to 10 servings

This classic holiday casserole is sure to become a convenient family favorite throughout the year with the help of your slow cooker.

 

 

How to Make It

Step 1

Combine first 7 ingredients in a large bowl; stir in half of French fried onion rings. Spoon casserole mixture into a lightly greased 2- or 3-quart slow cooker.

Step 2

Cover and cook on LOW 2 hours. Sprinkle remaining onion rings on top of casserole. Cover and cook on LOW 30 more minutes.

Step 3

Quick Menu:

Step 4

* Roasted turkey

Step 5

* Garlic mashed potatoes

Step 6

* Cranberry sauce

Chef's Notes

Slow-Cooker Size: 2- or 3-quart

Southern Living Slow-Cooker Cookbook

Ratings & Reviews

1emeraldcook's Review

AnneSeattle
November 27, 2013
Fresh green beans make this better but there are so many great green bean casseroles out there now that this 75 yr old recipe needs a new look. Folks have gotten away from that Campbell Soup can recipe alot as of late. I guess after sooooo many years of it, I am just tired and found something new.

Sandrock50's Review

gracia027
January 09, 2013
Very delicious. Will make agian! Loved all the ingrediants together! Need to try!

mary327's Review

AmburRose
November 23, 2012
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Lundij's Review

Sandrock50
June 25, 2012
Excellent green bean casserole and easy to make. Used a casserole dish and baked in the oven vice the slow cooker.

AmburRose's Review

mary327
November 23, 2011
First off, I didn't realize I was following a slow cooker recipe until I couldn't find the pan size...so I compromised. I used a 9"x13" baking dish. I'm not really into canned food from the grocery store (in tin cans) so I used 3 , 10 ounce bags of frozen cut organic green beans (and let them thaw mostly). Instead of canned mushrooms I used fresh sliced mushrooms. I left out the Worcestershire sauce, didn't put as much cheese, and didn't have enough french fried onions (accidentally bought the smaller sized container). The results were awesome! I would've loved to have more french fried onions, but I was super satisfied. Would love to use fresh green beans too.

gracia027's Review

Lundij
December 03, 2010
N/A

AnneSeattle's Review

1emeraldcook
December 28, 2009
I made this recipe for Thanksgiving this year - so easy and let's you focus on the other bazillion dishes you are preparing! My husband said it was the best he's had and asks me to make it every few weeks. Wonderful!