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Roasted Green Beans with Mushrooms | Sides, Snacks & Sweets| Eat Well with Festival Foods | Find more delicious and nutritious recipes at Blog.FestFoods.com Remember our scrumptious Roasted Balsamic Brussels Sprouts? They were such a hit! We couldn’t wait to try out another simple, yet flavorful side of veggies. Today’s delicious variation includes mouthwatering mushrooms and fork-tender green beans. And, for an added bonus, it has a fun preparation step that we’re sure your kids will love.   Try pairing these Roasted Green Beans with a grilled chicken breast and simple, baked sweet potato for a complete meal. Roasted Green Beans with Mushrooms | Sides, Snacks & Sweets| Eat Well with Festival Foods | Find more delicious and nutritious recipes at Blog.FestFoods.com

Sides, Snacks & Sweets:

Roasted Green Beans with Mushrooms

Ingredients:

1 lb. green beans, washed and trimmed

8 oz. white button mushrooms, sliced

1 ½ Tbsp. olive oil

1 ½ Tbsp. thick balsamic vinegar or balsamic glaze (found in our deli department)

Salt and pepper, to taste  

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 450°F.
  2. Place green beans, mushrooms, olive oil and balsamic into a gallon-sized zip-top plastic bag. Tightly seal bag and shake ingredients until vegetables are lightly coated.
  3. Spread green beans and mushrooms into an even layer on a jelly roll pan. Roast for 30 minutes or until beans are fork tender. Season with salt and pepper, to taste. Serve warm.

Yield: 6 servings  

*Per Serving: Calories 70, Total Fat 3.5g (Saturated 0.5g, Trans 0g), Cholesterol 0mg, Sodium 55mg, Total Carbohydrate 8g (Dietary Fiber 2g, Sugars 4g), Protein 2g, Vitamin A 10%, Vitamin C 15%, Calcium 4%, Iron 6%  

*Nutritional values are an approximation. Actual nutritional values may vary due to preparation techniques, variations related to suppliers, regional and seasonal differences, or rounding.   

 

Emily Schwartz is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) with Festival Foods.

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Disclaimer: The information provided here is intended for general information only. It is not intended as medical advice. Health information changes frequently as research constantly evolves. You should not rely on any information gathered here as a substitute for consultation with medical professionals. Information may not be reproduced without permission from Festival Foods. We strongly encourage guests to review the ingredient lists of suggested products before purchasing to ensure they meet individual dietary needs. All products not available at all Festival locations.

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