By EmilyJMJ on May 29, 2002
Photo by NcMysteryShopper
Photo by NcMysteryShopper
"The perfect addition to picnics and barbecues! Simple and delicious. Sure to become one of your favorites. My mother makes this for every family get together. Ham could be added, or more ketchup if desired, but try it this way first - you'll love it!"
Serving Size: 1 (211 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"i've made these twice in the past month and are just perfect w/ burgers and hot dogs on the grill. they are easy to make and everyone loves them-the last time i made them i topped them w/ french fried onions in the last 15 minutes of baking and they were delicious!"
"I tried this out for a family gathering. I ended up printing out many copies of this recipe because everyone loved them. So easy to make and now a staple in our house! Thank you Thank you Thank you!"
"I made these with ribs an evening when friends came over. They could not get enough of them! Thank you for sharing."
"These are some of the best baked beans ever! This is the only recipe I use now! They are always a hit at any cookout. The flavor is amazing, and they couldn't be any easier to make. Thanks!"
"Best baked beans I've had. The key is giving them time to set after baking."
"These are delicious and I've already made them a number of times since first trying the recipe. Thanks for a great recipe!"
"I made these for my boys' birthday party and they turned out great. I didn't put as much onion or bacon in it, but it was still very good. Thanks for a great recipe."
"Serving suggestion was spot on. We fed 10 on Father's Day 2010 and there was none left! Great, easy and tasty. Thank you!"
"Loooove these baked beans! I've made these at the last few cookouts I've done and got nothing but rave reviews. My brother had three plates full before the hotdogs were even done! He couldn't stop! I also didn't have bacon but used Bush's beans so they were still great. Also, I used my onion on the microplane so I didn't bite into any and it worked like a charm."
"I'm usually not a fan of baked beans, but my husband is, so I decided to try these out. We both loved them! I added a little barbecue sauce to the top of the beans before I popped them in the oven. They turned out great!"
"Very good baked beans. I added a little dijon mustard. Great make ahead recipe."
"These were a little too sweet for my liking but defiantly have potential to be a regular fair around my house. I am going to make them again but cut back on the brown sugar. I like the fact that these were easy to get going in my crock pot."
"I really liked this recipe. Taste great and is easy to put together."
"I made this for a church BBQ. It was a hit. I added 1 tsp of dijon mustard and about 1 tsp of dried jalapeno pepers. Cooked in crockpot on low for 4 hours. Great recipe."
"I cooked the bacon in a skillet instead of the microwave and I cooked the beans in the crockpot. I didn't get to taste any, but everyone seemed to like them."
"Great recipe! Easy and everyone loves it. I sweated the onions in a tablespoon of the bacon grease and then added an ample helping of shredded baby-back rib to the beans. MMMmmmmm....."
"Everyone loved them - the only change was I used vegetarian beans (about half the price) and I used my crock pot one reviewer suggested. Could not have been any easier and or tasted any better."
"Incredible and easy! Doubled the recipe. Used a smoked maple bacon. Sauteed the onion in some of the bacon grease and soaked up the extra grease on a paper towel to keep it out of the beans. Cooked in a 9 x 13/ 3qt dish for 1.5 hours due to amount. Was incredible! Thank you!"
"Wow...doubled everything but the brown sugar and onion. Softened the onions in the bacon drippings as suggested below. Thanks ."
"No exageration in the name! I made these for a large cookout and everyone loved them. People who said they are usually only so-so on baked beans went back for multiple servings. This recipe is a winner! Thanks."