This classic American dish is a favorite at picnics and holiday dinners alike. Claim one of these for a new family tradition.
These are loved by absolutely everyone that has ever eaten them. this has been past down in my family for generations. P.S. Keep the beano handy! (lol)
These baked beans were made by my Grandpa Kettyle and make a delicious meal.
This is how I, Jerry, make a jazzed up baked bean dish. The secret is to pack plain ol' canned baked beans with plenty of bacon, BBQ sauce, smoke flavor, and, yes, ranch dressing too!
Easy to throw together and by using the slow cooker it doesn't require much attention.
These beans make a tasty side dish for anything on the grill.
Everyone goes for Grandma's Baked Beans and grilled meats.
Chile powder adds a little heat to these beans. Note: you'll need to start with cooked navy beans.
I love making this for all of my parties. This is my most popular recipe by far. Friends are always asking if I am making it for the my party or if I can make it for theirs'.
Make this classic Thanksgiving side dish the easy way -- with a full day simmering in your slow cooker. Remember you have to soak the beans the night before.
No time for an all day baked bean simmer? Try this 90-minute version that gets big flavor and heartiness from a helping of that other American classic, hot dogs.
Can't go wrong with 1/2 pound of bacon, right? Not to mention Worcestershire sauce, maple syrup and molasses. It all adds up to a perfect take on classic New England baked beans.
Ideal for the tailgate or last-minute cookout, this recipe takes canned baked beans and makes a few slight improvements--especially, crispy bacon and two cups of ham.
A few boring cans of beans turn into a potluck favorite with this simple recipes.
Fresh bacon and cooked ham turn your cans of beans into an amazing Thanksgiving side dish.
Baked beans flavor in about 15 minutes. Sure, if you have time to cook them for a full day, that'll give you better flavor, but if you're in a hurry, this is better than nothing. Super as a quick side dish on Thanksgiving.
Fellas, if you can't manage this, you should just stick to take-out.
An easy Dutch oven meal than can be made on the campfire, or in the house on the stove.
Punch up canned baked beans with a healthy dose of bacon, bbq sauce, and hot sauce.
A tangy mixture of beans, bacon and onions - perfect for a summer time picnic!
Not for quick dinners, this. For best flavor, this casserole books room in your freezer overnight, then comes out the next day ready to reheat and eat. Try it for a holiday potluck.