These beans are excellent, cook them in the oven or on the smoker, let them cook till almost all juice is gone. Fantastic the next day, hot or cold. To the people who are complaining about this is not a perfect replica because the recipe doesn't include burnt ends, just put them in yours. Thank-you for sharing. Love these.
Yum! I used a hickory smoked barbecue sauce and we loved these beans. Thanks for sharing. Made for What's on the Menu tag.
These were very good Barbequed Beans. I used "Mississippi Barbeque Sauce" brand in mine. I agree with the post that said the burnt ends are much better in it, but I was looking for something that tasted good; not necessarily the exact same taste. Thank you for the recipe.
This bean casserole is excellent! I made this minus the bacon along with MarieAlice's Classic Roast Potatoes and these to sides were an awesome combination. I fed my family of 8 for two meals on this recipe and still had leftovers so I think this makes more like 16-18 servings. I will be adding this to my cookbook and making this again.
I used this recipe for my first time ever to make baked beans.I live in Kansas City and have a smoke house just down the street from me. This was good and will make them again. but not as good as Smoke House. They put Burnt Ends in theirs.
Made these for the Super Bowl and they were great.
Very, very good! I also halved the recipe and left out the bacon (because I was too lazy). They were even better as leftovers. I used the sauce from #132775.
We liked the flavor of these beans. They weren't overly sweet which we liked. I halved the recipe. Thanks Pam-I-Am Bullwinkle
Very tasty! I made 1/2 the recipe because I read the ingredients wrong and bought two 15 oz cans of beans. Baked in a 1.5-qt casserole. I cooked the bacon for 2 minutes in the microwave, then broke it up into pieces before adding to the other ingredients. Almost forgot to add that I used Barbecue Sauce for the barbecue sauce. Thanks for posting Pam!