Post a Recipe We love DIY projects and home design at Remodelaholic, but we also adore recipes. We want to start sharing some seriously delicious recipes once a week in addition to continuing to highlight our most recent and greatest remodeling efforts. We’re still remodelaholics, so enjoy the recipes and remember that.
These creamy white beans are substantial and tasty enough to be served as the main course for a vegetable-based meal. Additionally, there is no reason why they couldn’t be served as a side dish. These beans are a great addition to your weekly menu due to their versatility.
There are affiliate links in this article. Read our whole disclosure policy here to learn more.
You must invest the time necessary to achieve the perfect balance of flavors and textures in any dish made with beans. White or navy beans should first be soaked overnight. This recipe for creamy white beans requires a total of 3 to 4 hours to prepare.
We adore baking these beans in the oven with an Lodge cast iron skillet . Not sure how to season and clean a cast iron pan? For additional information, see our post on Cast Iron Care. We think a cast iron skillet is a necessary piece of kitchen equipment for cooking.
When you have go-to dishes that are tried-and-true crowd-pleasers, meal planning is straightforward. Certainly, these creamy white beans meet the criteria. Add some parsley that has been chopped as a garnish when serving the beans. Add more salt and pepper, if necessary, to taste. Enjoy!
Print Recipe Creamy White Beans
0 INGREDIENTS 4 cups large white beans or navy beans 2 glasses of water 1 teaspoon salt Whipping cream, 1 pint one tomato diced can 1 cup sugar 1.5 teaspoons of dried mustard 12 teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons butter 1 cup sugar INSTRUCTIONS Drain the liquid after soaking the beans overnight. Add the beans, two cups of water, and one teaspoon of salt to a large saucepan. Bring to a boil and then simmer for two hours over low heat, covered. Bean liquid should be drained and saved for potential use in the future. Place the beans in a casserole dish that can be baked. Add the tomatoes, sugar, mustard, pepper, and whipping cream. Add 2 more tablespoons of sugar and butter to the beans’ top. Beans should be baked at 350 degrees. Once the beans begin to bubble, lower the oven temperature to 250 degrees. Once you notice a 1″ mark above the beans, remove them from the oven. Verify the beans are finished. Add some of the reserved bean-cooking liquid if they are too dry. If desired, add parsley as a garnish. Servings: 6 individuals EVEN TASTIER RECIPES: