5 Reviews

This is pretty much the same Baked Bean recipe I've been making for years. I use cans of Showboat pork and beans, always taking out the little piece of pork fat...eeew! I drain my beans of the juice, add them to the pan, add yellow mustard, catsup, chopped onion, KC Masterpiece Brown sugar BBQ sauce and dark brown sugar to taste. I then add bacon strips to the top, overlapping each other just a little and I bake it at 350 degrees for a little over an hour, or until the bacon is cooked. It's the combo of the beans, onion, BBQ sauce, sweetness of the brown sugar along with the flavor of the bacon that seeps down into the beans with cooking that make them awesome, lol. Everyone loves them and I've been offered money to make them for others who are having large cookouts.

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MarshHen August 23, 2009

I made this dish for 35 hungry Marines. And it was all gone by the end of the party! The only change I made was the store didn't have BBQ beans, so I added a few squirts of BBQ sauce to even it out. Loved it! Thank you.

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My2Suns July 26, 2009

These were awsome & a huge hit at my church function. They were so easy to make. I'll be making these again for sure.

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Gail2293 September 14, 2008

I made these beans for a huge potluck and they were delicious! I didn't change a thing and even though there were four other pans of beans, these were the only ones that were gone.

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amyhance April 19, 2008

I used a variety of canned beans as close to the ingredients listed and so had to add some extra seasoning like mustard and bbq sauce. This recipe was enjoyed by everyone even if I didn't make it from scratch!!

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karen in tbay July 05, 2011
Kitty's Baked BBQ and Bacon Beans for a Crowd