By Braden, Blake and Bren's Mom on December 21, 2004
"My neighbor, Meg, shared this recipe with me. I've fixed them for holiday meals several times now and they are a big hit with my family! Everyone asks for the recipe, so now I'm posting it here."
Serving Size: 1 (1151 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"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!!"