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Wonderful recipe! I tend to double or triple the green beans and just drain and dump in a 9" x 13" pan sprinkle with the bacon and pour the sauce over the beans and bacon. Always devoured!
This was a recipe that we used at our Twisted Sister's Cookie Club Event. We loved these. Thanks for posting.
This is a great recipe! I have started to make double, even triple, batches in the crock-pot. I just drain the green beans and cover with chopped bacon then drizzle the butter/sugar/garlic on top. It divine and so easy! Thanks!
These are the best!!! I made this and took to work, everyone raved and asked for the recipe. I did add a little bit of soy sauce to the brown sugar mixture and we love it.
This was a hit!! I made this the day before Thanksgiving-I cooked the bacon about 10-12 mintues in the oven then blanched fresh green beans. Costco or Sam's carries fresh pre-washed beans in their produce section. I made about 30 bundles, I also added some Worstishire to the sauce. Everyone thought they tasted just like my Grandmother's !! It has already been requested for Christmas diner! Thanks for the recipe!!
I have made this recipe many times. The only difference is that I use garlic powder instead of minced garlic. This is wonderful!!! Very, very good!
I made these bundles for my in-laws on New Year's Eve and they were a really big hit. Even after being baked for 45 mins. the beans were not mushy. They had the best sweet smoky flavor. If you are looking for a delicious and beautiful vegtable side dish - this is it!!