This is an old recipe that I have had since the 70's. It is off one of those mail order recipe cards. (before the internet). You can cook the bacon in a microwave oven. (this wasn't around either). Because it is served cold it makes a great summer side dish. Enjoy!
I have been serving this one for years. It is the one vegetable I can count on my kids eating, and it is very quick and easy to put together. The kids (and I) love the flavoring the bacon adds. This makes soft green beans (not crisp), which my family prefers. Cooks on stove top.
An excellent pot luck or OAMC recipe that I got from a friend at a pot luck dinner several years ago. Serves 25 or more and freezes well. Good served as a side dish with hamburgers, meat loaf, pork chops or hot dogs. A nice combination of green beans, wax beans, lima beans, and pork and beans. Substitute rinsed and drained chick peas or garbanzo beans or any other beans you like. Add some crispy bacon bits to the casserole or serve bacon bits and grated cheddar cheese to top individual servings.
My version of beans and franks. One daughter likes the beans part and the other daughter likes the franks part. Even though this seems like it is mostly for kids, I eat this all the time myself. It only takes about 10 minutes to make.
You're going to love this! So simple, yet so tasty. A great recipe to make after a hard day at work. Just assemble and bake. It comes from an old (1972) edition of Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book.
If you happen to be making bacon for breakfast one day, save a little of the bacon grease for this tasty recipe. Its a little indulgent in the saturated fat for everyday, but for an occasional treat its a flavor hit. Green, yellow, or Italian beans are all equally good done this way. If your family leaves any bacon behind you can add a little crumbled bacon. Mine never does.
Don't let the simpleness of this recipe fool you, it is so good you'll want to lick the pan. I do! Taught to me by a 96 year old friend, and has become one of my favorite vegetables! I used to think green beans, ho hum, but not with this recipe!
My family loves these baked beans. I get requests to bring these baked beans to gatherings. I came up with this recipe when I tasted the canned beans and decided Grandma Brown needed some help. This recipe easily cuts in half. I've used both on separate occasions regular brown sugar and Splenda brown sugar and these beans turn out great either way.
A quick an easy soup to make on a busy day using canned pork and beans and leftover cooked ham. Substitute crispy well-drained bacon bits or other cooked meat for the ham if you like. Use any small macaroni you have on hand, and adjust the seasonings to your taste. Serve with thick crusty bread and butter, either plain or spread with garlic butter recipe #190648 and toasted under the broiler.
I got this while visiting on the Gulf Coast, and the flavour combination is amazing. I don't even want to know how many calories and/or fat grams it contains, but sometimes you just have to eat something for the pure pleasure of it.
My cousin got this from the Fort Worth Telegram/ newspaper in the 50's or 60's. We have made it for ALL family dinners since then. We love it, simple, easy, and delicious! We don't use the one with the canned onion rings on top, the cheese is better! You could use various types of cheese as long as they melt easily. We also like alot of cheese. This is very easy to increase. Time varies according to how much you increase recipe and oven temp. or microwave. Just heat until bubbly in the center and cheese is melted without burning. Hope you enjoy as much as we do!