Saucy Boston Baked Beans

"This is another recipe passed down from my mom. We often make this for large get togethers or BBQs. When we have guests for over for a BBQ, we are often asked - IS THERE BEANS? It is always a hit."
 
Saucy Boston Baked Beans created by  Pamela
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10hrs 15mins
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  • Soak beans in water overnight.
  • Mix together all ingredients in slow cooker.
  • Add water to cover.
  • Check frequently.
  • Cook on high for about 8 hours.
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  1. ColSanders
    Loved these beans. I used 1 cup navy beans and 1 cup lima beans, this gave a nice change of pace for baked beans. I also used diced ham instead of the bacon. And, I doubled up on the sauce ingredients. I have made these 3 times now and I find that I needed more cooking time than the 8 hours. It really depends on what you think "add water to cover" means. I wound up cooking the beans with the lid off the crockpot to get the beans to the right consistancy
     
  2. Ubalstecha
    This is truly an amazing recipe. The consistency depends on how long you leave it. If you like the French Canadian consistency, turn it off right at 8 hours. What something more stick to your ribs, like Boston Baked Beans, then let it sit. Popular every time I make it.<br/><br/>I tried doubling the sauce ingredients, like one reviewer suggested, and ended up with soup.<br/><br/>I have, however substituted maple syrup for the molasses and BBQ sauce for the ketchup with great results.<br/><br/>Freezes beautifully.
     
  3. Ubalstecha
    This is truly an amazing recipe. The consistency depends on how long you leave it. If you like the French Canadian consistency, turn it off right at 8 hours. What something more stick to your ribs, like Boston Baked Beans, then let it sit. Popular every time I make it.<br/><br/>I tried doubling the sauce ingredients, like one reviewer suggested, and ended up with soup.<br/><br/>I have, however substituted maple syrup for the molasses and BBQ sauce for the ketchup with great results.<br/><br/>Freezes beautifully.
     
  4. Martha C C.
    I found this recipe absolutely delicious. The only variation, I found, was that I had to double the molasses, ketchup, brown sugar and dry mustard. I used a one pound bag of dried navy beans.
     
  5. noob.in.the.kitchen
    This was my first attempt at making baked beans from scratch. They were a big hit at our cookout. Thanks for posting the recipe! I followed a hit from someone else about how to just cook the beans on the stove instead of waiting overnight, and that turned out great too.
     
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