Three Bean Salad

Classic three-bean salad comes together quickly because all the ingredients come from a can. These recipes explore different bean combinations and vinaigrette flavors to make fun new variations on the three-bean salad.

See Popular Three Bean Salad Recipes

Three-Cheers Bean Salad

Better Homes and Gardens

Garbanzo, small white, and lima beans star in this healthful high-fiber side salad. It's lightly and sweetly dressed and has a kick from jalapeno peppers.

Three-Bean Salad

Better Homes and Gardens

This cold side salad is different than the usual version because of the beans used.

Sweet and Tangy Four-Bean Salad

Better Homes and Gardens

This delicious recipe is the perfect make-ahead solution. Simply combine green beans, red kidney beans, soybeans and wax beans with a bold dressing of cider vinegar, dry red wine, mustard and garlic.

Zesty Three-Bean Salad

Better Homes and Gardens

Sweet soybeans, kidney beans, and garbanzo beans combine to make this tasty salad recipe that's perfect for your next potluck.

Light Three-Bean Salad

Better Homes and Gardens

This version of three-bean salad gets a light coating of simple dressing, keeping it light and healthy. The recipe can be tossed together in 15 minutes.

Garden Three-Bean Salad with Fresh French Dressing

Diabetic Living

Why would you resort to bottled salad dressing when it's this simple to make your own French dressing in your blender? Use it to top a light yet filling salad of beans and greens.

Total: 30 mins

Cilantro Three-Bean Salad

Better Homes and Gardens

Try this snazzy side dish recipe that features garbanzo beans, small white beans, and baby limas fired up with jalapeno or serrano peppers and seasoned with cilantro and a low-carb dressing.

Crunchy Bean Salad

Parents

Three types of beans are topped with a simple dressing in this chilled side salad. A great recipe for a potluck or family cookout.

How to Cook a Honey-Glazed Ham

Once you learn how to cook a honey-glazed ham in your own kitchen you'll find it's just as easy to make one at home as it is to make the trip to a specialty store for a pre-sliced ham with a packet of glaze. What's more, you'll find the homemade version is considerably less expensive.

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