Crockpot Layered Bean Burritos Recipe

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Dollar General for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

During these long cold winter months, it seems like the Crockpot is more popular than ever.  I have been using mine a lot this year and also experiementing with adapting family favorites into Crockpot meals.  

Last week I tried one of these adaptations and I headed to Dollar General for ingredients.  Dollar General has so many kitchen staples available on their shelves with their Clover Valley brand – most of them at prices lower than national brands.  This makes Dollar General easy meals both quick, easy AND affordable!

I was able to get everything I needed at Dolalr General to creat this Crockpot Layered Bean Burritos recipe along with a side dish of spanish rice for just over $10. I even had extra ingredients left over.  

You might want to consider using a slow cooker liner for this dish. We all know how hard it can be to clean up after anything made with cheese! You can find them here. Once you are done cooking and serving, just pull the liner of the pot and throw away. You’ll be left with a totally clean slow cooker with nothing to wash!

So, let’s get on to the recipe

Crockpot Layered Bean Burritos

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 3 hours, 50 minutes

1 tsp Clover Valley Chili Powder
1 tsp Clover Valley Garlic Powder
2 tsp Clover Valley Minced Onion
1 15 oz. can Clover Valley Pinto Beans
1 15 oz. can Clover Valley Tomato Sauce
1 15 oz. can Clover Valley Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilies
1 can Clover Valley Refried Beans
8 oz. Clover Valley Shredded Mild Cheddar Cheese
5 large flour tortillas

Spray sides of Crockpot with cooking spray or use a Crockpot liner.

Mix together chili powder, garlic powser, onion, pinto beans, tomoato sauce and diced tomatoes in a medium sized bowl.

Place 3/4 cup tomato mixture in bottom of Crockpot.  Spread refried beans onto a tortilla.

Place tortilla in Crockpot.  Sprinkle with 1/3 cup shredded cheese.  Spread 3/4 cup tomato mixture on top.  Continue the process, alternating tortillas, cheese and tomato mixture until you end with cheese on the top.

Cook on low for 3 1/2 hours.

To serve, we added Clover Valley Spanish Rice – just heat in the microwave and serve!

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  1. I love just about anything that I can make in a crock pot! We are big Mexican fans in our house, so I am sure this would be a big hit!

  2. I have a thing about off brands sometimes they really dull compared to name brands. Your choice of items doesn’t seem like it could go wrong but how would you rate the quality over other brands you’ve tried?

    • I hadn’t tried the Clover Valley line below and was pleasantly surprised, especially by the refried beans. I used more of it later just spread on a tortilla, sprinkled with cheese and stuck in the toaster oven and it was really good!

  3. That looks so yummy! My son loves burritos so I’m going to have him help me with this version.

  4. That looks great! And for the price, you really can’t beat all of that food. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  5.' Tracey Tabone says:

    This looks AMAZING. I need something like this for these cold winter days!

  6. The crockpot is my friend I love it like a child lol. I am always looking for new recipes writing this one down

  7. That looks really good! I need to go make dinner now because I am hungry. 🙂

  8. Just a few months ago I took my slow cooker out of storage and started learning how to use it (I’m so behind with the cooking times!). This will definitely be going in my recipe list!

  9. My mother-in-law would LOVE this recipe, she loves all things refried beans. I’m going to show it to her for the next time that we decide to family taco night 🙂

  10.' Julie Wood says:

    I really like this amazing Layered Bean burritos. I will have to make these and they look so easy to make. I always love cooking out of the Crockpot!

  11. This looks really good! We have a Dollar General so close to our house. it’s very convenient when we need spices or other cheaper products really quickly.

  12. oh, how i love beans. and burritos. and my crock pot. these look amazing!

  13.' Joyce Ackley says:

    I am definitely going to try this recipe! I am about 99 % vegetarian, and one of my main sources of protein is beans. I also like the other ingredients in this recipe, and it sounds so easy to make. It sounds delicious.

  14. OH yum! This looks really delicious. I love crockpot meals.

  15. Now that’s a meal that begs for me to make it. It sounds completely incredible!

  16. I really had no idea that you could make burritos in a slow cooker! That is such an awesome idea, thank you for sharing! I love using my slow cooker for busy weekday dinners!

  17. yum! I would LOVE to try this recipe in my new crock pot that I got for Christmas. Perfect for Taco Tuesday!

  18. This looks delish! With Lent coming I am searching for meat free options.

  19. Everyone in the house likes Mexican! Thank you for sharing your burrito recipe.

  20. This looks so delicious! I love burritos!

  21. Crockpot food is amazingly convenient and Mexican food is the best. This cannot be bad. I can’t believe this is a Dollar General Store inspired meal. Very cool.

  22. I bet my fiance and daughter would love this meal. I am not a big bean person and my sons are occasionally picky but thanks for the recipe because my fiance and daughter certainly do like when I create special things just for them!

  23. This dish looks so divine. I love beans but have not tried a crockpot version… Would love to buy one and try cooking in it.

  24. Love Dollar General! I find the most random things there that I need! Great recipe idea and garlic powder is a must in my pantry!

  25. You had me at Crock Pot. Seriously. I’m putting this on our next menu plan. Looks delicious!

  26. I love anything crockpot and dollar general, what a wonderful combo!

  27. Wow, this looks SO yummy! We have a Dollar General less than a mile from our home, so it would be so easy to make this one night. Especially since it’s a slow cooker meal!

  28. I’m a big fan of bean burritos. I’ve never tried doing it in a crockpot though. I’ll have to give this a try. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  29. I love Mexican food and this recipe looks delicious! I didn’t realize that Dollar General had cold food.

  30. I love crock pot meals! Thanks for the inspiration! I’ve never made burritos in a slow cooker.

  31. Wow that looks really good! I’ll have to try it!

  32. Crockpot Layered Bean Burritos are amazing! We love them. I love it that I can make them in my slow cooker.

  33. I love crockpot meals– I’m going to have to try this!

  34. This is very interesting, you just layer everything in the crockpot and let it cook. I would be very interested in seeing how it turns out and how it tastes compared with making a burrito in the oven. Thank you for sharing this very interesting recipe.

  35.' Sherri Lewis says:

    I will have to give this a try… we love burritos!

  36. So yummy and wow I can get everything for this at DG!!! Thank you for sharing. I will make this soon.


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