Cracker Barrel Green Beans are an irresistible side dish you can recreate at home. The green beans are a side dish not to be missed. These beans have a wonderful smokey flavor with the bacon. Every time I go and order these green beans I am instantly transformed into my Grandmother’s kitchen at a Sunday dinner.
One reason so many of us go to the Cracker Barrel is their Hash Brown casserole, but they are also known for the huge variety of side dishes. They serve over 10 different side dishes for you to enjoy.
Unlike some restaurants, all of their food is made fresh in their kitchen. This is one of the places so many of us go when we want to recreate the experience of a sit-down family dinner or a dinner that our Grandparents would serve.
Who doesn’t love the classic side dish of green beans? Cracker Barrel is known for its flavorful green beans that are seasoned with bacon and onions. This is an easy and flavorful side dish you can make at home. It requires so few ingredients that it is an inexpensive dish for you to make.
You will need green beans, bacon, onion, and a touch of sugar. Four simple ingredients are all you need to recreate this side dish that the Cracker Barrel is known for.
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Copycat Cracker Barrel Green Beans
- 1/4 bacon
- 42 ounces green beans 3 cans
- 1/4 cup white onion chopped
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon fresh ground pepper
- In a two quart sauce pan on medium heat, cook bacon until lightly brown but not crisp. When bacon has browned, add green beans. Add salt, sugar, and pepper and mix well. Place onion on top of green beans; cover with a lid and bring to a light boil. Turn heat down to low and simmer beans for 45 minutes. Cooking the green beans for 45 minutes on a very low simmer will blend the flavors. I must say, we love a variety of vegetables at every meal, but green beans can be on my plate several times a week.