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I love beans and make them from "scratch" a lot and I still will. However, these beans are so easy to prepare and taste so good, they will be done on many occasions as well. It is correct to cover for the first hour of cooking. I think it would dry out with 2 hours of uncovered cooking.

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Tebo February 05, 2002

This is a great easy recipe that most everyone seems to like. I'm going to try to do it in the crockpot next time. It's too hot to use the oven. I use Bush's Baked Beans and so far have used a different variety each time. Each was wonderful.

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Terri Narby July 03, 2002

This was easy and was indeed hearty. I took Garlic cresent rolls and placed them over the top of the casserole about 20 mins before it was completed cooking and let them brown. The casserole sat in the frig overnight before it was reheated for dinner. I also took some for breakfast - nuking it in the microwave at work. I doubled the original recipe with no problems. I used pork & beans and Italian stewed tomato's. I didn't double the brown sugar amount.

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The Thorn of Hudson, FL August 15, 2007

This is a wonderful recipe and is great to make in a crockpot and take to potlucks.

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abballmom June 22, 2005

Lennie was kind enough to submit this when I requested non-dairy dinner ideas. I only made one change and that was to use garlic salt in lieu of the celery salt. I used Bush's Baked Beans and cooked for one hour covered and one hour uncovered. Very flavorful and filling. Perfect.Thanks!PeggyLynn

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Peggy Lynn May 20, 2005

Very good way to use left over baked beans.

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kjh April 03, 2002
Hearty Baked Bean Casserole