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Easy Crockpot 15 Bean and Ham Soup Recipe

15 bean and ham soup

I came across some beans the other day while I was shopping and their were 15 different beans in one bag! I never knew their were that many beans out there!! Well I decided to give a go on 15 bean and ham soup. It is supposed to be Spring out, but it is raining and so chilly, and this just sounded very good today!

bean soup

 This is a new twist to a classic ham and bean soup. I liked that it had a nice variety of beans in it, and had a really great flavor. Growing up I was taught to add a splash of vinegar to it, it gives it great flavor and it also helps keep your tummy calm!

Plus for us, we always pair ham and beans to soup with cornbread, it is just a perfect pair! If you guys make it I hope you enjoy it!

If you are wondering where I got the 15 beans – it was in a package that said 15 Bean Soup on it, they are dry so in a bag, hopefully you can find these, or find something similar at your local store. I am pretty sure I bought these at Walmart, but it could have been at Dillon’s. So if you can’t find the exact bag you could find another mix of beans to give it a go!

 This also tasted great leftover, and stored well! What kind of soups to you enjoy eating? I am always up for trying out new recipes, and would love to hear your thoughts!

Enjoy, and feel free to Pin on Pinterest 🙂

 

Crockpot 15 Bean and Ham Soup

bean soup
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 7 hours
Inactive Time 8 hours
Total Time 15 hours 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • Bag of 15 Beans Dried Beans
  • 1 Ham Steak
  • 1 tablespoon Onion Powder
  • 1/4 cup Tomato Paste

Instructions

  1. Take your bag of beans and soak them for 8 hours or overnight in water. I added a good amount of water because the beans will soak them up. My beans had a ham seasoning packet which I set aside, for later.
  2. In the morning rinse your beans and put them in the crockpot. Dice up your ham steak into bite size pieces and toss in their as well.
  3. Then add enough water to cover the beans and ham. For the amount you use will depend on size of crockpot and such. Then take the ham seasoning that was in the bag of beans. Also toss in your onion powder and tomato paste and stir to get it mixed up.
  4. Then turn your crockpot on to low and cook for 6-8 hours, and enjoy!

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