I’m up for anything with a Southwestern angle to it, and this refried bean dip has just that. Now, I served this up as a dip, but honestly… I could just as easily serve it as a refried bean side dish too. The beans get really, really tasty and tender after a few hours of slow cooking.
Never skimp when buying refried beans. The extra few cents a can makes a big difference in this refried bean dip. Or better yet, make your own refried beans using dried pinto beans!
For another delicious party dish made in a slow cooker, try our party shrimp.
These beans would also be excellent in our stand-n-stuff bean burritos.
Refried Bean Dip
- Combine all ingredients in a large pot, Dutch oven, or crockpot.
- Cover and heat over low heat for at least 2 hours, stirring on occasion.
Nutritional values are approximate.