Crispy Baked Green Beans Recipe
I just LOVE LOVE LOVE crispy green beans. Have you had them before?
Just like fries, these delicious veggies are the perfect pairing for your party or get-together. But they’re usually fried. UGH! So to make a healthier twist on a classic appetizer, I’ve made this amazing Crispy Baked Green Beans Recipe to wow your party guests! Quick, easy and a delicious crispy crunch, I love munching on these green beans during our game day parties! Dairy free and a yum gluten-free option too, these green bean fries are going to be a HIT healthier replacement as we stick to those New Year’s goals! Is your mouth watering yet? Well, here’s how to make this recipe:
Crispy Baked Green Beans Recipe
- 1 lb. fresh green beans washed and ends removed
- 1 cup of plain panko bread crumbs Gluten-free: substitute 1 cup of corn flakes
- 1 tsp. onion soup mix
- 1/2 tsp. seasoned salt
- 1/2 tsp. garlic powder
- 1/4 tsp. black pepper
- pinch of cayenne pepper
- 2 eggs beaten
- cooking spray
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.
- On large baking sheet, spray with cooking spray
- Combine panko, onion soup mix, seasoned salt, garlic powder, black pepper and cayenne in small bowl.
- Dip green beans in egg
- Coat in bread crumb mixture
- Place green beans in single layer on baking sheet
- Coat with light layer of cooking spray
- Bake for 10 minutes
- Turn green beans. Bake another 2-5 minutes or until crispy brown (but not burnt)
- Serve warm with favorite dipping sauce
Need a gluten-free option? Swap the panko crumbs for corn flakes! You’ll still get to enjoy that crispy crunch too!
We are loving our new game time munchie. A lot of crunch, a hit of spice, and a flavorful baked green bean are the perfect combo! It’s quick and easy and a definitely crowd-pleaser too. I hope you get to enjoy these delicious green beans with your loved ones!
Need a dipping sauce? Pair with my Sweet and Spicy Mustard Sauce!
My Light Wasabi Ranch Dipping Sauce is AMAZING with these too!
How do you love to enjoy your green beans?
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Those look so good! Pinning this to try soon!
Oh, these look so yummy! I think they would be great with your mustard sauce too!
Amanda O. says
Yum – looks great! How do you get the batter to stay on? When I make recipes like this, the coating always comes right off.
Amanda, I lightly pack it on right after adding the egg. The egg helps to be the “glue”
Debbie L. says
These look delicious. We deep fry green beans – but baking is more healthy! We will give these a try.
April Decheine says
I may have to make this tonight, we just bought a bunch of beans at the farmers market this am! Looks good, have never seen this recipe either.
These look ridiculously good!
I’m not into green beans but this looks good!
Ooooh you’re spoiling me. This sounds sooo good! Love the crunchy exterior. 🙂
sheila ressel says
Oooh, yum. These look SO good. I’ve never tried making my own green beans but it sounds easy enough. I’ve definitely got to give it a try.
Julie Waldron says
These look so good! It would be a great way to get my daughters to eat green beans, one of the ways I prepare them is with canned cream soup & cheese. I think this way sounds better though! 🙂
Angela A Simmons says
giving this a 5 star for sure thanks for sharing
Tiffany C (@sweetmatcha) says
omg i have to try this recipe, the kiddos are tired of beans in black bean sauce (which we make often) thanks for the tips!
Jerry Marquardt says
This looks like a tasty treat for the holidays. I am going to go ahead and try this out for company when they come over for the holidays this year.