Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins

This dish is from Camp Fire Girls Day Camp. It was so tasty, my mother continued making it through the years as a way to get me to eat veggies. My family has enjoyed it also. As the kids get older, you can spice it up a bit with onion, garlic, tomatoes, etc. Great for those days when you can't decide what to cook. Just add cornbread and you've got the whole meal.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Brown sausage (I use cast iron dutch oven).
  2. Add corn and beans.
  3. Simmer 15-20 minutes.
Most Helpful

DH really enjoyed this one, also got DS (1yr) to eat it as is; DS (4yr) ate it minus the beans. I enjoyed it as well, just think the beans needed a little brown sugar. I usually add brown sugar, ketchup and liquid smoke to my pork n' beans...DH said it didn't need it so I guess that is my taste. I loved that it was so quick to put together and cooked all in one pot! Served with biscuits on the side; would be good with cornbread too (I am the only one who likes it so went with biscuits). Will make again since the whole family enjoyed it. Made for Alphabet Soup Tag March 2010.

AZPARZYCH March 10, 2010

Wow! This one caught my attention because of the Camp Fire Girls thing...I used to be one!!! LOL! Anyway, my kids love corn, and pork & beans, but I have trouble getting them to eat polish sausage (which is one of my favorite things...) I made this, using Eckrich Slinless Smoked Sausage, sliced into 1" pieces, and do you know that they ALL ate this and loved it??? I was amazed! Although, I really loved these flavors mixed, the kids really did take to this! God Bless the Camp Fire Girls!!! And thank you so much for posting this simple, kid-pleasing recipe! A new "keeper" in my family! :)

Stacky5 August 01, 2005