These green beans are made with just a hint of garlic and partner well with just about any main dish imaginable.
This is a favorite that is fool-proof and easy – just toss, bake and enjoy!
Simplifying the week with food prep
Food prep doesn’t need to be mega creative or time-consuming. Instead, it should be practical and something that simplifies healthy eating. This means that instead of spending all your time focusing on preparing just one meal, ask yourself, “What foods can I prep right now that will simplify my week?”
If dinner is your biggest stressor, then that’s where you’ll want to focus. Think about what you can wash, chop or prep in advance to simplify things. To prep for this meal, wash and trim your green beans.
Some ways to “reinvent” your leftover Oven Roasted Green Beans:
- Chicken Wrap: In a wrap, combine chicken, leftover green beans (chopped), Muenster cheese, and greens. Grill on both sides or heat in the toaster oven and serve.
- Buddha bowls: In a bowl combine chopped green beans, a small amount of wilted spinach, protein of choice, roasted sweet potato home fries, and avocado.
- Eggs or an Omelet: Add leftover green beans to eggs or an omelet for an easy, yet amazing breakfast.
- Cold, on top of a salad
These green beans are made with just a hint of garlic and partner well with just about any main dish imaginable. This is a favorite that is fool-proof and easy – just toss, bake and enjoy!
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Place beans in a casserole dish and toss with other ingredients. Bake for 30 minutes. Remove from oven, garnish with desired toppings and serve.
- These beans can also be grilled in a grill pan on an outdoor grill.
We recommend organic ingredients when feasible.
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