“Organic Refried Beans so thick I even added a little water to make it my preferred consistency. Great flavor, too!” – P. Cunningham
- USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC
Free from artificial colors or preservatives. A healthy, fat-free food. Kosher.
- RICH AND CREAMY TASTE
Try our vegan Organic Refried Pinto Beans as a simple heat and serve side dish for an authentic Mexican meal or put your party-planning skills to the test in a delicious 7-layer dip!
- MADE WITH REAL INGREDIENTS
Just 3 simple ingredients make up our authentic refried beans: organic pinto beans, water, and salt.
- VEGETARIAN AND VEGAN FRIENDLY
A delicious lard-free alternative. Does not contain animal products.
- CONSCIOUS PACKAGING
Our cans are made with BPA-free can lining.
how to prepare
Stove Top: In a pan, cook refried beans over med-low heat, stirring occasionally.
Microwave: Empty contents into microwave-safe dish and cover. Heat on high for 2 minutes, stirring after 1 minute.
organic refried bean recipes
We know what you’re thinking… refried beans can’t possibly make a great base. Well, think again!
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|Let the crockpot do the heavy-lifting. Just a quick prep in the morning and after work – a feast awaits!|
|Fork-tender layers of pork marinated in a mojo citrus sauce – top it off with sweet and crunchy Corn Salsa!|
|Bold refried beans and enticing enchilada sauce bring a whole new spin to this pasta-less plate.|
|This mouthwatering chorizo torta will curb just about any craving — and with crisp Jalapeño Nacho Slices and a creamy avocado spread.|
|No game day is quite complete without a super-sized snack like our famous Super Nacho Platter!|
WATER, ORGANIC PINTO BEANS, SEA SALT.
We’ve been keeping it in the family since 1949. For four generations, La Preferida has been providing authentic Mexican ingredients you can trust. There’s a reason we’re named “The Preferred.” Read more about our history.