Burritos, Beans, and a Bat

Burritos, Beans, and a Bat

Check out this video recipe for bean burritos. P.S. Bats are not vegan and do not actually appear in the recipe.

“There is nothing like coming home to a pot of seasoned, tender, slow cooked beans. You can be very creative in your flavoring and make them exactly the way you like them. They are also super cheap and easy to make, and are a staple in our house. We have beans in some capacity several times a week. Filled with fiber, nutrients, and protein, they provide you with a lot of energy and strength for the day.

My favorite way to make refried beans is in the slow cooker. The beans can cook while you are busy with chores and errands, and when you get home you can have the meal ready in no time. Served with fresh home made tortillas, topped with guacamole, salsa and vegan cheese sauce, it is definitely a favorite. Check out the recipes on my website.”

Written by Erin Parfet

 

 

 

 

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