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Easy Beans and Weenies Cups for Kids!

Kids of all ages would enjoy these! Adjust all ingredients to taste

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20mins
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ingredients

  • 1 (10 ounce) package refrigerated buttermilk biscuits
  • 1 lb pork and beans (use 1 pound can)
  • 2 large hot dogs, chopped
  • 13 cup favorite barbecue sauce
  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar
  • 14 cup minced onion (or to taste)
  • 1 cup grated cheddar cheese (or to taste)

directions

  • Set oven to 400 degrees.
  • In a bowl mix together pork and beans with sliced hot dogs, BBQ sauce, brown sugar and onions.
  • Remove the dough from the package and press each biscuit into a greased muffin cup.
  • Fill each cup with the bean/hot dog mixture.
  • Bake for about 10-12 minutes.
  • Sprinkle each with grated cheddar cheese and serve.
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  1. Simply Yummy
    Great idea to make this in a biscuit cup. It was very good but I thought the bbq sauce was a bit to much (it could have just been the brand I used) but next time I will use less.
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  2. Ilysse
    Loved it, well, the kids did. I didn't try it. It was easy to make and both the 9 year old and 6 year old loved them. I got a can of beans with all the trimmings so I didn't add the brown sugar, onions etc. I also used 4 hotdogs. I wasn't sure if these needed to be pressed into the bottom or up the sides as well. I pressed them up the sides making little cups and just filled them up. Thanks for posting, they will be made often.
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  3. Charlotte J
    It is in the oven right now. So far so good! It was easy to prepare and that is what I need around here at lunch time, as I have NO TIME for fancy lunches. I drained the juice off the beans. A quick upside down with the can, just long to get most of the juice off. Two minutes to go, need to get the cheese out... I do have to say these were a HIT!!! I'm glad I drained the juice off the beans or I would have had soggy biscuits. I was afraid that the biscuit cups did not have enough dough in the tins but it worked just fine. Baked for a total of 14 minutes. Kittencal, thanks for a great recipe.
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  4. Debbie 5
    MMMMMM this sounds perfect for when we have a hotdog and beens craving,Im going to do this one sometime soon!! I did want to also say that giving hotdogs to children mostly under 6 yrs of age could be a choking hazzard,,I would advise that you remove outer hotdog skin and slice hotdog in thin strips to help prevent choking!! Ive seen this precaution on many child safety health broadcasts and child/toddler/infant magazines!! Ive actually had a most frightening experience with my baby sis (I think she was around 3 at the time) and hotdogs,,thank GOD I was able to get it out of her throat!!! but this recipe looks like a keeper to me and I will get back here to rate it as soon as I try it !! thanx for posting!! Debbie :)
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  5. Kittencalrecipezazz
    Kids of all ages would enjoy these! Adjust all ingredients to taste
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