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Don’t Sleep on Lima Beans!

Posted by 3 years ago 6 Comments
  • Canned lima beans
  • Cheese stick
  • Carrot sticks
  • Triscuits

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Canned beans are big in my house. I find them convenient not only for dinners but as a quick toddler finger food. Both my boys eat pretty much any bean I put in front of them, even the dreaded lima.

I buy unsalted or low sodium when I find them but mostly a regular old can of lima beans, drained and rinsed, works great as a base for the 2-year-old’s lunch.

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    Leah R

    August 9, 2013

    Looks quick and easy Roni, I've never tried lima beans but I think they look pretty tasty.

    Matt @ Your Living Body

    August 9, 2013

    I forgot about Lima beans. I'll have to check them out again.

    Jessica @ Blog-Inspired Cooking

    August 9, 2013

    You should definitely try cooking up your own lima beans, either fresh or frozen. Seriously so amazingly good! I posted my experiences making lima beans on my blog. http://bloginspiredcooking.blogspot.com/2013/01/lima-beans.html Seriously, please please try it! I've made it for friends and forced them to try it, and they loved it.


      August 9, 2013

      I LOVE them frozen the kids? Not so much. So I went back to bags. I think the over cooked texture is what's working for the 2 year old at the moment.


    August 14, 2013

    I can't lie, I actually love the taste of lima beans. I love them in salads with a nice french dressing. Mmm! I like the smaller lima beans, the giant one I haven't tried though. I know....I'm a bit odd, but I just love them.

    tracey jamerson

    July 28, 2014

    hmm... i never tasted lima beans coz my mother never liked it, so i will try and will share my experience.

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