Honeyville's Refried Bean Flakes are an excellent nutritional food source for emergency preparedness. Refried beans are rich in flavor and are loaded with fiber, protein, calcium and iron. These refried bean flakes are simple to make and take only minutes to cook. This simple and innovative staple food is a great addition to your long term food storage needs. Honeyville Refried Bean Flakes are an ideal product for long term food storage and emergency preparedness.
Shelf-Life: Stores for 15 to 20 years in a sealed #10 can (oxygen absorber included) under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place).
Instructions: Mix 1 part refried bean flakes with 1 part boiling water. Cover and let stand for 2 to 3 minutes. Stir and serve.
Uses: Refried Bean Flakes can be used to make burritos, tacos, dips and any recipe calling for refried beans.
Packaging: Refried Bean Flakes are sealed air tight in a #10 can and weighs approximately 1.75 pounds. A case contains 6 #10 cans and weighs 10.5 pounds. Each can contains 36 servings. One serving size is ¼ cup.
Ingredients: Pinto Beans, Salt, Onion.
Allergen information: This product is produced on equipment that processes products containing milk, soy, wheat, egg, milk, peanut, and tree nuts.
How long do they keep after opening the container? Thanks for your answer, this looks like a good product.Review by Aerows
I apologize if I mucked up the review process, I didn't know how to ask a question.
I looked high and low for food to feed my grandson who is under 2 years old. He is allergic to wheat, nuts, and dairy. I bought these beans knowing it would probably be the only thing I have for emergency for him. I opened up a can and WOW!!! everyone loves them! I have to order more for emergency because we have almost finished off the case. The only thing is the water ratio is too high, it should be 1/2 - 3/4 cups of water to 1 cup of beans. I don't add any spices to the beans they are perfect just as they are, and perfect for the little ones to eat, he loves them!Review by Ladyface
Thank you Honeyville, I wish you had more non- gluten and allergy free food for emergencies.
I made the mistake of only buying one can. My son was quite upset when we ran out.Review by Sherry Saienni
These are great for burritos. We also mix up a big bowl, sprinkle on some cheese, and get out the tortillas for dipping. Everyone gathers around to share.
I will definitely be buying these by the case now.
No one mentioned that you do not get gas pains after eating these, DELICIOUS Beans ;-)Review by SOLD!
They are great. My wife is a reluctant participant in my storage project. But these beans are not only better than anything in the local market, they last for a loooong time on the shelf. Great value.Review by smarsh
These are just beans, salt and onions; add whatever spices one chooses. THANK YOU Honeyville (I hate cumin!). I am ordering more! These are great with some added jalapenos, mixed with rice and cheese; or on a burrito. Quick, easy, filling.Review by Jlaw54
This stuff is awesome. I made a big bowl with three cups of flakes for family burrito night, and found myself sneaking back to the fridge and taking a spoonful as a snack. The flakes don't have any oil/fat in the ingredients, and they come out fine with just water. But I can tell you that a spoonful of bacon grease turns these flakes into a rediculously delicious dish. The directions call for a 1/1 ratio of boiling water, then wait three minutes. I'd suggest wating at least five minutes, and then stir again. It has an appealing, creamy consistency. There are little bits of harder flakes (probably from the skins), which make it seem more natural, but can also be a little bit annoying if they get stuck in your teeth. All things considered, I probably just made a permanent switch to flakes. I won't miss the grocery store brand at all. And I'm pretty sure that I'm saving money, too.Review by Ronnie J.
Don't just buy one can, buy a case of them. You won't be sorry because Honeyville refried beans taste better, and rehydrate in just 5 minutes. They can be used to thicken the soup part of home cooked dried beans as well. Or to make bean/cheese burritos or bean tostadas. Or just to make a quick serving of beans with cornbread.Review by babyboomer