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Organic Green Bean Almandine - Whole 30 Approved - Serves 3 - Bagged - Stovetop - Frozen

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(Serves 3) Frozen green beans you blanch at home, then sautee with coconut oil and almonds for a quick fresh side.


COOKING INSTRUCTIONS:  COOK FROM FROZEN    Bring 1/4 tsp Real Salt and some water in a skillet to a boil.  Add green beans and simmer until tender, 3-4 minutes.  Drain.  Saute almonds in the coconut oil in same skillet, add green beans, toss to coat and heat through.  Use remaining 1/2 tsp Real Salt to taste.


NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: Servings: 3 (Values per single serving.) | Gluten Free: Yes |

Calories: 71.8

Total Carbohydrate: g 1.7 | Dietary Fiber: g 1 | Sugars: g 0.5

Protein: 1

Total Fat: g 7 | Saturated Fat: g 3.9 | Polyunsaturated Fat: g 0.1 | Monounsaturated Fat: g 0.3 \

Cholesterol: mg 0

Sodium: mg 530

Potassium: mg 37.2 



Organic French Green Beans

Sliced Almonds

Organic Coconut Oil


36 Reviews

  • 5
    Awesome & Priced Right

    Posted by Kelly Popelka on 25th Apr 2019

    The coconut oil makes these taste like dessert. This is one of my fave veggies from TSK so far. Please don't raise the price; I will buy these every week!

  • 3
    Just ok.

    Posted by Jo Ann Osborne on 16th Apr 2019

    This rating is probably not fair since I'm not fond of green beans.

  • 5

    Posted by Kelly on 6th Apr 2019

    These were wonderfully flavorful!

  • 5

    Posted by Eme on 16th Feb 2019

    The green beans were delicious, crunchy and I don't normally enjoy green beans.

  • 5
    So convenient and tasty

    Posted by Nancy Maclaine on 26th Nov 2018

    Prepare them straight from frozen. You can keep a backlog in the freezer to deploy at the last minute. Very delicious. Since it uses coconut oil instead of butter it's suitable for vegans. Great dish for potluck dinners.

  • 3

    Posted by Missy on 16th Aug 2018

    These were ok. Wish I had skipped the salt because it was too salty just with the amount that went into the water.

  • 3
    it was okay

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Aug 2018

    I didn't know how much water to put in with the beans. I over cooked the nuts. the containers where not labeled. i really didn't know what was what but if figured it out. i would try it again.

  • 5
    my favorite side

    Posted by monica white on 18th Jul 2018

    never knew adding slivered almonds could make green beans that much better! simple and flavorful!

  • 5
    Love it!

    Posted by Patricia Matthews on 5th May 2018

    Great way to serve green beans. Simple and yet so very tasty!