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Directions Step 1 Drain black beans, and rinse. Advertisement Step 2 Combine beans, jalapenos, and chicken broth in a slow cooker. Season with garlic powder, chili powder, cumin, Step 3 Cook on High for 4 hours.

Reduce heat to Low, and continue cooking for 2. Ingredients. 1 pound. dried black beans.

1. medium onion, diced. 1. medium red bell pepper, cored, seeded, and diced. 3 cloves. garlic, minced. 6 cups. low-sodium vegetable broth.

1 1/2 tablespoons. chili powder. 1 tablespoon. ground cumin. 2 teaspoons. kosher salt.

2. bay leaves. 1/2 teaspoon. In a 3-qt. slow cooker, combine the first 6 ingredients. Cook, covered, on low until vegetables are softened, 6-8 hours.

Puree soup using an immersion blender, or cool soup slightly and puree in batches in a blender. Return to slow cooker and heat. Mince the garlic, dice the onion and celery, and grate the carrots on a large holed cheese grater. Rinse the black beans in a colander under cool running water and pick out any stones or debris. Combine the garlic, onion, celery, carrots, black beans, salsa, chili powder, cumin, oregano, vegetable broth, and water in a 5-7 quart slow cooker.

Place all ingredients (except for optional toppings) in the slow cooker, and cook on low for 10 hours. One hour prior to serving: remove the bay leaves, and use a potato masher to go in and mash a few of the beans to thicken the texture. Serve with desired toppings.

Refrigerate leftovers, and keep for up to a week. Rinse beans and remove any particles or bad beans; place in a saucepan and cover with 2 inches water. Add celery and bay leaves. Bring to a boil and cook over. Slow Cooker Black Bean Soup Recipe – This delicious black bean soup is packed with flavor and made even easier with the slow cooker!

I’ve always loved a good black bean soup and this slow cooker recipe is an absolute favorite of mine! I love that I can toss all of the ingredients into the slow cooker. Bacon, garlic, jalapenos, brown sugar, cumin, and oregano combine for the most dynamic mixture that the black beans will cook in for a good six hours in the slow cooker.

We aren’t going to lie—these are so delicious from the start that we can spoon it right out of. Slow-Cooker Black Bean Soup. 0. SERVES 6 to 8. WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS.

We found that unsoaked beans worked fine in our slow-cooker black bean soup recipe. It was well worth the time and effort to sauté the aromatics before adding them to the cooker; the black bean soup. DIRECTIONS For black beans either: 1) soak overnight and then drain/rinse before adding to slow cooker OR 2) combine with vegetable broth and bring to a rolling boil for 15-30 minutes before adding to slow cooker (broth and beans).

Combine beans, jalapeños, corn, and vegetable broth in a slow cooker.

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Put the drained beans, 6 cups of the broth, the garlic, and half the onions in the slow cooker.

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For a black bean soup recipe full of sweet, spicy, smoky flavors, we went with dried beans, which release flavor into the broth as they cook, unlike canned beans.

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Unfortunately, most black bean soups from a slow cooker come out watery and bland.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: A great black bean soup has carefully balanced sweet, spicy, and smoky flavors.

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Add the puree back to the soup pot before adding the spinach, cannellini beans, and lima beans; cook over medium heat until spinach is tender and beans are heated through, about 8 minutes.

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Reduce heat to medium; stir in beans, raisins, and broth and cook 1 minute.

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Add the remaining minced garlic and salt (2 teaspoons or more), cover, and simmer another 30 minutes to 1 hour, until the beans are thoroughly cooked and the soup very fragrant.

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Add the black beans and chicken broth and cook until heated through, 3 to 4 minutes.

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Soak the beans as described above, drain and rinse them, and combine them in a slow cooker with onion, carrot, and celery (all coarsely chopped); a few smashed garlic cloves; and 2 teaspoons salt.

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  • Recipe looks delicious. Slow down speed of talking… speaking too fast. We’re not going anywhere!! No planes, trains or boats to catch.

  • It sucks that you have to soak your black beans overnight… I don’t have canned black beans and I thought I could just put my bag of black beans in the slow cooker… ����

  • Cooking class? Thanks I need this �� I always wanted to learn and you make it seem so easy so I think I’ll have no problem to try haha

  • CAN YOU PLEASE POST MORE SLOW COOKER RECIPES!:) <3 pleeeasseeeeee i am a mama to 3 boys and i need ur help i love ur recipes but winter =hockey season and i have no time for kitchen or meal prep haha they are having too much Little Caesars!

  • Oh wow this soup seems so delicious!!! I’m going to try it out this weekend! I’m such a black beans lover and this recipe will be a different way for me to enjoy them as I always eat them in cold salads ��. Question: have you tried freezing it and if so was the result ok? Would love to make a big batch to have some ready at-hand for busy week nights!

  • My boyfriend noticed that there is more calories in canned beans compare to dried ones. I know you opinions about canned tuna, do you have any preferences/opinions on other canned items?

  • That looks really tastey. I’ll give it a try. P.S. This may be off subject, but… I think you would look good in a Tinker Bell outfit:-)

  • omg that looks delicious:O
    i’m gonna try it tomorrow it looks like the perfect comfort food for studying for. my exams:-)

    little question can and i use just lemmon juice instead of green lime?

    by the way I realy love your videos, all things you make are yummie

  • Don’t you have a problem with your immersion blender scratching the ceramic? I know I did when I tried using my immersion blender in my crockpot one time.

  • This looks absolutely amazing! I have recently decided to eat a lot less meat and your videos have given me so many great ideas. Thank you so much!

  • I love this although I would always rinse canned beans to get read of all the preservatives and all the sodium and bad stuff… Just my opinion.

  • How did you come up with the name ” the domestic geek? ” I really like. And your videos. Could you please Subscribe to my channel?�� oh, and also LOVE to cook!!! Just go look at all the videos and playlist!��


  • Hi, did you double the recipe in the video? because my recipe made about half of the amount shown in your cooker. It is a great recipe (I just add 1/4 tsp turmeric and sub a green bell for the celery)!!!!!

  • I have watched this video ar least 5 times gonna make these black beams for my daughter (she doesn’t eat meat) so I am going to use Vegetable broth. I am so excited to make them for her. I am gonna make her some buddha bowls w/these. Would love to see other recipes black bean everything else you eat! Thanks for sharing!

  • I made this last night for me and my husband. It was absolutely amazing!! So good, and the lime just kicked it up to the stratosphere! Lol I wouldn’t have thought of this myself so, thank you!

  • This was amazing! I had two servings, my husband three 😉 I had to adjust it a little bit, because not all of the ingredients are easily available in Italy. In particular, I think I may try to squeeze in some lemon or even an orange next time. Lime is imported here and doesn’t really taste that much. Still I enjoyed the fresh flavour it added to the whole concoction. While stocks last (I cooked a big bowl that should get me through another couple of meals) I’ll try to hit the ethnic market for some cilantro, I think that will really be the icing on the cake if I can find it:-P

  • This soup looks delicious! My husband makes a vegan black bean and kale soup all the time for lunch and I’m going to share this with him to give him some more ideas for ways to change it up! We just got one of those immersion blenders too so this would be perfect for us. 

    I just posted my KIN New Year, New You video today too so I’m super excited to join you guys on this playlist!:) I hope you’re doing well. 

  • I’m also new to your channel, i love your energy and the honest smile. Moreover you remind me so much of one of my fav youtubers, this time from Australia, Deanne Love,a hoop Diva:)

  • My sister is going through a tough time so she can only eat gluten and dairy free foods. could you post some dairy and gluten recipes.

  • Black bean soup is my favorite! I have to admit, though, my version uses pork bone broth. Excited to try your vegetarian version. 

  • I tried it!!! OMG, I had it for lunch and dinner…. still want it tomorrow…. simple but delicious!! BTW, can you please post a pumpernickel bread video? or rye bread? or any simple bread that is super healthy, bleached white flour free!! THANK YOU for making my life easy!!!

  • May I ask how many ounces of dry black beans as I cannot locate cans. also is black turtle beans the same,
    thanks in advance I am a nivice when it come to the kitchen even at 55. looking forward to the soup

    Kind regards frank

  • (HUG) Love all your recipes do you have a list of your healthiest videos?  healthiest muffins, cupcakes, soups, love o watch everything you have that is the healthiest:)

  • Wow, this looks amazing! New to your channel and am loving watching your videos:) Do you think this soup would freeze well?
    Thank you x

  • Nice!!I Make It Almost The Same Way!All same Ingredients Only Difference I Add 1 Tbsp Of Tomato Paste,It Makes The Soup Thicker,I Never Blend But I’ll Definitely Trying It And I Also Add Some paprika And A Little Cheese As Well..I Just Join Your Channel Couple Weeks Ago,Love How U Make Everything So Healthy Tasty!����

  • Just made this today, was a bit hesitant about the lime but I added it anyways.  Really glad that I did, it makes the dish pop. Thanks for the recipe!

  • This recipe has become.a staple in my kitchen. My daughter loves the black bean burger recipe in your channel, as well. I use it in chorizo black bean soup.

  • What do you do to stop gas? I heard soaking in baking soda helps. I love beans because they are a great source of protein, but I don’t like the gas that comes along with it.

  • How do you store the beans after you put them in the bags? In the fridge or freezer? Also, how long can you store them for? Great video! Thank you for the tips (:

  • Also, the overnight brine tenderizes/softens the black beans which allows for the actual beans to absorb more of the seasonings during cooking.

  • I normally don’t comment on videos, but I really liked your video. It was short, to the point, and helpful. Your audio is super clean too. Thanks!

  • take out about 1/4 of the beans early, blend them with onions and garlic. Pour the blended beans back in and cook some more for about 45 to 1 1/2 hrs. Best beans ever…thicker juice…yum

  • This looks amazing! I’m a black bean and corn fan, but I’m sure just throwing some fresh or frozen corn would be perfectly easy.:)

  • I’m making these right now, and I’ll be coming back for the red beans and granola. Since you use a lot of bean bases, would you be interested in another recipe? I have one using pintos, navy, or Great Northern beans—you could get tiny amounts of the herbs st Whole Foods for next to nothing. Let me know if you’re interested and I’ll post the ingredients here.

  • Love the black beans! And a note, if you cook them in a white crock pot, like my Pioneer Woman one, the crock turns a very pretty purple! Easily remedied with some cleanser, but it sure made me laugh!

  • Bless you for this! I had the hardest time finding anything for basic black beans in the Crock Pot. Tooons of recipes using black beans, but nothing for simple, pre-prepared and frozen beans. You are a lifesaver. lol

  • Thank You for sharing these tips. I really like your way of presenting:-) Quick, to the point and no fluff! Really actionable tips. Might even get away from using can beans with your tip.

  • I just made your black beansOMG!!!!!! Delicious ��. Stacey, do you freeze all of the juice with the beans in the bags? Thanks for your amazing videos and recipes. Gonna make the red kitchen sink beans next! Thanks, Patricia

  • I really love this soup,I fast 2 days a week,for health reasons and this is one of my go to soup recipes,on those days,delicious and budget friendly,big thanx!!

  • I would sauté the onion and ground cumin in olive oil first and add that to the dry beans in the crockpot so it could flavor the beans even better as they cook. Thanks for your tutorial though.��

  • hello!.thank you for this lesson on cooking black beans. This is my first experience doing a dad with a crockpot..THAT IS IT..but i needed a lesson to make me feel confident on trying to attempt to make them..thanks for posting this video!

  • Try these delicious Cuban Black Beans for a healthy dinner! A crockpot or slow cooker makes it so easy to cook beans. I like to serve these Cuban Black Beans over rice, couscous, or quinoa. I think this will be one of your favorite bean recipes!