Quick and Easy Refried Beans
When you don't have all day to make refried beans and you can't stand the canned ones, these are easy and delicious.
Rush Hour Refried Beans
I love refried beans but don't always have the time to work with dried beans. This recipe uses canned beans and still tastes like I spent all day on it. Sometimes I crumble bacon on top of the finished product.
Instant Pot® Charro (Refried Beans)
This recipe is written to be prepared in an Instant Pot® pressure cooker. With some small alterations, I am sure you can cook it on the stovetop as well. These beans are great served as is or blended to be the texture of refried beans.
Slow Cooker Refried Beans with Bacon
Dried pinto beans are cooked all day in a slow cooker, then mashed on the stove top with fried bacon, onions, garlic, and chili powder.
This recipe is similar to refried beans without the frying. These slow cooker beans will go well with any of your favorite Mexican dinners. For faster cooking, soak beans overnight.
Fat Free Refried Beans
These fat free refried beans are great to use in enchiladas, tacos or even as a spread.
Spicy Cheesy Refried Beans
These refried beans are spiced up with garlic, onions, and cream cheese. I serve this as a side dish when we have tacos.
Best Refried Beans
I used a couple of the other recipes on here for a guideline and did my own thing. It turned out so well that I thought I would share this recipe for the best refried beans. Top with grated cheese if desired. Enjoy with chips, in a burrito, etc.