Recipe: Crockpot Red Beans and Sausage

Red Beans 8

This is a super yummy and tasty dish. Crockpot Red Beans and Sausage is so easy to make and you will make this again and again. My family loves it! Serve it over white rice in a big bowl, make sure to have some Tabasco or hot sauce on the side! Set this up in the morning before work and forget it!

Red Bean Ingredients

Ingredients 

1 pound dried red beans
3 cups water
4 cups of Chicken stock
2 green bell pepper, chopped
1 medium onion, chopped Yellow or Red
3 celery stalks, chopped
1 pound andouille sausage and smoked sausage sliced to 1/4 inch thick (or you can use just one or the other)
3 garlic cloves, chopped or 2 Tablespoons of minced garlic from a jar
4 tablespoons Creole seasoning
3 bay leaves
1 teaspoon of Chili Powder
2 teaspoons salt
2 teaspoons hot sauce
1 teaspoon ground black pepper
4 cups cooked rice

(For a healthier option use 7 cups of water and omit the chicken stock, use turkey sausage, and brown rice.)

Directions

Check red beans for any small pebbles then rinse thoroughly.

Add beans, water, and chicken broth to the crock pot.

Chop all the veggies and add to the crock pot.

Red Beans Veggies

Next, chop the sausage.

Red Beans Sausage

Complete it with creole seasoning (I used Tony Chachere’s) and spices.

Red Beans Spices

Turn the crock pot on high for 7 hours. When ready to eat, prepare your rice.

(Don’t forget to take out your bay leaves!)

Pour  your crockpot red beans and sausage over rice and serve. I like to serve with hot sauce or Tabasco, and a side of corn bread!

Crockpot Red Beans and Sausage

Feel free to pin my recipe or link to it as long as you give me credit back to my site!

Comments

  1. This is recipe is so delicious!, This is why I love checking out the food section loll because sometimes I find a recipe that I have not made in so long and it gives me the chance to make it again .

  2. This sounds okay. I wouldn’t use much if any garlic, unless I roasted it first. And, I’d skip the sausage. I can’t eat anything that has those hard little pieces of gristle in it.I do enjoy beans and rice though. Everyone has different tastes. You may not like half the foods that I enjoy.

  3. I’d have to leave out the spicy stuff and then I think I’d really like it. And it’s so easy ! Thank you !!

  4. amy guillaume linderman says:

    this looks like a really filling dish that would really appeal to me and my husband! he loves beans, we both love sausage! going to try it this weekend

  5. Katrina chavarria says:

    Mmmmm! I’d love to make this! It reminds of dish our neighbors used to make for us when we lived in alabama. It was so comforting to eat, especially in the winter. Looks amazing!

  6. I just soaked some dried beans to get ready to make something – this is perfect! I love the combo of beans and sausage – amazing!

  7. Nicole margirf says:

    Looks very good, nice and easy receipe but healthy for you.

  8. Miriam Matheny says:

    We just made red beans and rice on Sunday when it was gloomy and rainy. I love how cheap it is
    My recipe is similar to yours except I add cumin. It surprisingly adds a great taste without adding spice

  9. This sounds so good. I just bought some sausauge today. I just may give this recipe a try. Thank you so much for sharing

  10. I love recipes that include the crockpot. Thank you for sharing. I tried to comment on the Simply 7 giveaway regarding the Simply 7 chips but was unable to. Just wanted you to make note, there is no place to comment. I love their chips because they are light and healthy.

  11. This sounds good to me. It is all of my favorite things!

  12. David Fultner says:

    Looks great. i like that you lay out your ingredients.

  13. Patricia Hoffmeister says:

    I have been looking for a recipe like this. I have everything but the sausage. Thank you!

  14. Oh man! That looks so delicious! I would love to try this sometime.

  15. I’d use both kinds of sausage and plenty of garlic. Yummy. Thanks.
    slehan at juno dot com

  16. Thanks so much for the delicious recipe for Recipe: Crockpot Red Beans and Sausage! It looks very good! I love to use my crockpot to make dinners! You just add everything in it and let it cook! So much easier than getting all the pots and pans out and having to do so many dishes after dinner! This recipe sounds really easy to make as well! Thanks so much for sharing it with all of us! I truly do appreciate it! Thanks again, Michele 🙂

  17. So you don’t need to soak the beans overnight or anything?

  18. Deb E (@debbieeland) says:

    I do soak my beans overnight but you can use a quick boil method to speed things up. I make pinto and black beans a lot and store them dry when they go on sale. Love spices though not much for sausage.

  19. Elizabeth Tarlow says:

    Love this recipe…thanks for posting it! Making a trip to the store to buy some dried red beans; so much better for you than canned!

  20. Deborah D says:

    this sounds so delicious!

  21. Debbie Welchert says:

    I love bean and sausage served over rice but don’t get to have it very often. I love that this is cooked in a crockpot and I just throw everything in it and don’t worry about it. It really looks delicious.

  22. Thank you for the recipe. We love beans of any kind. This recipe looks delicious.

  23. This looks delicious, I can’t wait to give it a try, I would use turkey sausage. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  24. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    This looks really good! I love new recipes for my crock pot! Thanks!

  25. I will be making this today! It sounds easy and really yummy. Thank you for this great recipe.

  26. christy sweeney says:

    I wonder how this would taste without the beans. I do not like beans but the rest of the ingredients sound wonderful

  27. Oh my goodness this looks delicious! I love everything with red beans. I am definitly making this!

  28. Looks good and something that I want to prepare one evening

  29. This recipe looks delicious. I love sausage. I will try this recipe out for our next Sunday family dinner.

  30. BILL HOFF says:

    We are always looking for an alternative to boring chili!

  31. This looks delicious and very tasty! I would add more hot sauce when I’m tackling this recipe!

  32. This seems like such an easy and yummy recipe to make! I cannot wait to try it for my husband!!

  33. sandy weinstein says:

    i love beans, but i am not a sausage eater. i would substitute chicken. i love to make bean soup with veggies. it is a big staple for me in the winter months. i make a big pot and freeze it. beans are great for you to eat, they are inexpensive and very nutritious.

  34. This looks delicious! I’m going to give it a try this week.

  35. Susan Smith says:

    This sounds delicious! I love spicy foods so I would had more chili powder

  36. These are the staple ingredients that every house must have. I love to use my crock pot. It makes feeding the family balance meals easier, while working.

  37. cgould4178 says:

    I’d like to try this recipe. It looks healthy, hearty, and doable. Thanks for sharing!

  38. I love using the crock pot and this recipie looks so good thank you

  39. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    This sounds like a delicious recipe and I appreciate that you give a healthier iron of it too.

  40. I have made a dish similar to this for my family.My dish was a little simlper with less ingredients,but I am definitely going to try this one.Thanks for the recipe.

  41. I just like using the slow cooker to make meals.It’s much more forgiving than the oven. Although, I have been accused of over cooking food that way too.

  42. This sounds delish, great for rainy dreary day to brighten up the family. Thanks for sharing. I can’t wait to try it.

  43. This recipe looks amazing! I love crock-pot meals and I would to try this one for the family! Thanks 🙂

  44. I have been looking for recipes using rope sausage, just bookmarked this for one of my meals next week. I love the red beans in this, adds a lot of protein 🙂

  45. I did make this and it’s as good as it looks !! Thank you so much ! Now I have something new to make.

  46. this sounds wonderful – my husband needs to make it for me.

  47. This would be good to serve at a Mardi Gras party.

  48. My mother use to make this was so good i am going to try myself thanks for the recipe

  49. Angela Warren says:

    This recipe looks so good. I love that it’s a crock pot recipe that I can just drop in all the ingredients and leave it.

  50. Thanks for the recipe. This is something that my husband and I would like.

  51. laura rubenstein says:

    This recipe looks delicious! I will defiantly be making this.

  52. It’s been quite a while since I have had Red Beans, so this sounds perfect!

    Thanks for the Post and the Recipe!

  53. I made the red beans sausage it was wonderful still not just like my mom but close thanks

  54. Kasie Tillman says:

    I’m going to try this recipe. It sounds delicious. I’m going to use turkey sausage instead. That’s how I make my red beans currently. I think we will like this recipe better. I’m guessing you didn’t soak the beans first?

  55. Today I used my crockpot to make corned beef & cabbage & potatoes. I’ll make this recipe later.
    slehan at juno dot com

  56. Regina Wright says:

    I love crock pot meals! It’s super easy. Low maintenance. Always a hit!

  57. Sounds really good and can throw it together and be done with it while it cooks…going to try it out!

  58. Everyone in my family would love this recipe. I might have to cook mine separately. I can’t take the heat.

  59. Sandy Cain says:

    At first, I thought this seemed like a lot of prep, but it’s really just gathering the ingredients. Looks SO good! I’d add extra garlic. LOVE spicey, flavorful things. And let the crockpot do all the work. Pinned & planned, it’s gonna be yummy!

  60. This looks so delicious. We will have to give it a try

  61. Sherry Keef says:

    I love this stuff. I am soo hungry now for this meal.

  62. Ha! I’m from New Orleans (though alas I no longer live there) and I am making this very thing in my crockpot today! We use andouille sausages; which are pretty easy to find in the store these days.

  63. Richard Hicks says:

    Looks really good. I love making crockpot meals like this one.

  64. Christina Strapp Lambert says:

    This looks so so good! I am pinning this one so I can make it for my family. Thank you so much for sharing.

  65. I like cooking food in the crockpot. The slow cooking really brings all of the flavors together.

  66. Had snow again today (isn’t is SPRING?) and this would be good to have in the crockpot for dinner.
    slehan at juno dot com

  67. Thanks so much for sharing your recipe on Crockpot Red Beans and Sausage! It looks very delicious! I just love Crockpot dishes! Put everything in and let it go! Since I’m on such a strict budget at the grocery store, there isn’t much room for me to purchase items which we “really” do not need. I saw sausage the other week on sale when I was there and I did purchase it. I made the sausages because we hadn’t had sausage in a long time. I make them with fried onions and green peppers and sauce. We had some rolls and made sausage sandwiches. My husband said that he did not like the sausage because it was too spicy for him. It had a small kick to it but I didn’t think it was that noticeable! It’s hard to purchase sausage because if I cannot get the plain old country pork sausage, he doesn’t like it! I know I would love most of the ingredients in this tasty dish, however, I have to think of my “picky, picky” family! I have saved your recipe and I’ll have to give it a try when there are left overs or something else for the hubby to eat! Thanks again for sharing your recipe with all of us! I honestly do appreciate it! It really looks good! Thanks again! Michele 🙂

  68. Thanks for sharing. My husband will appreciate this one. He loves this food. I will be figuring oput how to save this one once I’m done commenting here. Again thanks

  69. This something my husband would just love to have and would love the leftovers for the next night. Thanks for the recipe!

  70. Crockpots are such a help in the kitchen. Fix it, forget about it, eat it.

    slehan at juno dot com

  71. Erin G. says:

    This is perfect for my family. Thanks!

  72. Jackie Jernigan says:

    Always on the look out for good Crockpot recipes. This one looks simple enough for even me. Thanks

  73. i think i will use this recipe and make this over the week-end ==thanks for sharing

  74. I’ve had beans and rice but never sausage. This recipe looks delicious.

  75. Karen Cochrane says:

    sounds so yummy and pretty easy to do

  76. This looks very delicious. Thank you for the recipe

  77. Jennifer Hedden says:

    This recipe looks like it is delicious and full of flavor! I love that it is made in a crockpot! I will definitely have to try this recipe! Thank you for sharing!

  78. Edna Williams says:

    This looks so filling! Yum!

  79. This recipe looks really good, I’ll definitely give it a try!

  80. Karen Jaras says:

    This looks like something the grandkids would love. I am not sure it would love me back if I had some, but might be a hit with the younger crowd.

  81. BILL HOFF says:

    We are always looking for different ways to prepare sausage…

  82. I LOVE this recipe –thanks for sharing

  83. Thanks for the Recipe Crockpot Red Beans and Sausage! This looks very good! I love to cook in the crockpot! You just add the ingredients and let it cook! I would most likely use the mild sausage in the recipe because my family will not eat too spicy or “hot” dishes! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe for Crockpot Red Beans and Sausage with all of us! I truly appreciate it! Thanks again! Michele 🙂

  84. Jennifer M says:

    I have made this 3 times now. It is soooo yummy and easy to make. Comfort food!!

  85. Melissa S says:

    This looks delicious, I may try it this week. With this in the crockppot and rice in my rice cooker it would be a great weekend meal.

  86. FROOT LOOPS says:

    THIS DISH IS NOW ON SUNDAY SUPPER MENU. I WILL PUT IT ON BEFORE I LEAVE FOR CHURCH. MY MOUTH IS ALREADY WATERING. THANK-YOU FOR SHARING.

  87. Rita Corey says:

    I love your recipes! This is another one I’ll be making. Thanks.

  88. denise low says:

    Thanks for the recipe. This something would love to make.

  89. Barrie Mac says:

    So my teen says she likes bland foods with little to no seasoning but she tends to eat more of foods that I add spices to! I think she would love this recipe and I won’t tell her what’s in it!

  90. Dandi D says:

    If beans didn’t bother me so much during pregnancy, I would try this right now!

  91. I like a spicy bean and rice dish. No sausage for me. By themselves, I don’t care too much for beans or rice. But, with the right seasonings it’s really good.

  92. This would be good today. Snowed overnight and more forecast for later today.

    slehan at juno dot com

  93. Looks very good. I know my family would really like this one

  94. wen budro says:

    Thank you for the recipe. It looks delicious and would be perfect during those cold nights.

  95. Thanks for the recipe. I am still planning on making this one.

  96. SaraAB87 says:

    I love crockpot recipes. The crockpot is handy.

  97. This includes all of my family’s favorite food items and I love to cook with the crock pot.

  98. Renee Smith says:

    I know my husband would really love this. I don’t know if I could get my kids to eat it tho.

  99. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    This looks so good! I love to use my crock pot. Thanks for the recipe. I pinned it!

  100. Sausage is always so good, any time of the year. I will be using the crock pot soon and I will try this one out.

  101. Love this ..love the crock pot.. its almost all i use .I love to cook and i love bean..we are in on this one ..copied to my recipe file ..thank you for the share and gl all Happy tootin 😀 😀

  102. Oh my! This looks so good! I know this would be a huge hit with my family. Thank you for sharing!

  103. wow i’m not big on beans but this looks amazing. my husband would love something like this – thanks for sharing! xoxoxo

  104. This looks so yummy I would love to try this

  105. Carissa joslyn says:

    Add a little ranch dressing into that mix, maybe steak sauce and it would be perfect! I kind of want to make this now! Without the onions..I’m not a fan of those weird things.

  106. Oh my gosh, I *just* made this last weekend, after I bookmarked it WAYYY earlier this year (I think I saw it on my FB feed somewhere?). It was SO good! I thought it was mostly going to be a “me” meal…but my daughter inhaled probably half of it!! Who knew? Cornbread is a MUST 🙂

  107. Elizabeth H. says:

    WOW, I’m planning to make this this Saturday, I printed it out!! It looks great!! Everyone in my family is going to love this!

  108. It’s been really hot here in central Florida and my crockpot has been working overtime! I’ve been looking for new crockpot recipes to try and this one is definitely going on my list! Thank you for sharing.

  109. Try using cooked barley instead of rice- it’s lower on the glycemic index and offers some extra texture to this dish.

  110. That looks so good and hearty. Will be putting it into my fall menu.

  111. Oh man, I love red beans and rice. I ate it growing up so it’s a great comfort food. Thanks for the crockpot recipe!

  112. I like spicy bean and rice dishes. I can’t deal with the smell of garlic at all. If he eats even the smallest amount, I won’t get near him until the smell fades.

  113. David Fultner says:

    This is awesome and easy. You use my favorite hot sauce.

  114. Perfect football food! I am going to have to make this with a side of corn bread muffins. Oh yeah, I am excited.

  115. This sounds amazing and thank you for sharing this with us.

  116. Tamra Phelps says:

    I love crockpot recipes & this one looks like a winner! It’ll be great for this Fall’s cool temperatures!

  117. Definitely like crock-pot recipes! Looks like it would make a good freezer meal, too! Cut up the meats and veggies and then just dump and go!

  118. Edna Williams says:

    This food look so perfect and easy! Thanks for sharing!

  119. Love how easy this is to make.

  120. I love Crockpot recipes and this sounds great! I can’t wait to try it out, thanks!

  121. clojo9372 says:

    I absolutely love sausage so this meal really appeals to me. I have a crockpot but I don’t use it much, this looks like a recipe I should use with it! 🙂

  122. This is a version of the great comfort food of my home (New Orleans); served as Red Beans n’ Rice. It has diced Bell Peppers in it and Andouille Sausage but is otherwise the same.

  123. I finally have a slow cooker, and this is exactly the kind of recipe I’ve been wanting to make. It sounds so good, I’m excited to try it!

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