Mom's Chuckwagon Beans

Mom's Chuckwagon Beans created by Slpee1

One of my Mom's most requested recipes. Great for large family gatherings, pot-lucks and cookouts! This is very hearty; not mushy at all. I've actually made this for a main dish since it's so filing. Enjoy!

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1hr 40mins
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directions

  • Cook bacon.
  • Brown ground beef with the diced onion.
  • Place first 3 items in a large oven roaster (I use an Enamelware roaster).
  • To this, add the 3 cans of beans; do not drain beans.
  • Mix all other ingredients together in a medium bowl.
  • Pour over meat and beans and stir well.
  • Bake at 350 for 1 hour covered.
  • Remove lid or foil and bake for 20 more minutes.
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"One of my Mom's most requested recipes. Great for large family gatherings, pot-lucks and cookouts! This is very hearty; not mushy at all. I've actually made this for a main dish since it's so filing. Enjoy!"
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  1. anoblemind
    Love this recipe. I use Jimmy Dean Hot sausage instead of the ground beef and substitute Ranch Style beans with Jalapeños instead of the kidney beans. Everyone loves this recipe. Thanks for sharing.
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  2. jeninjaxfl
    Do you crumble the bacon? Also, do you save the bacon drippings to cook the ground beef & onion in them? Thank you for sharing this recipe, my husband loves it!
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  3. alisonlusk
    Anyone tried this recipe in their slow cooker?
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  4. Slpee1
    Mom's Chuckwagon Beans Created by Slpee1
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  5. Slpee1
    Everyone loves when we bring these to cookouts! If the picture comes through - that is the batch we just made. I omit the granular sugar but add all the bacon drippings (what a nice word for all that grease haha). The serving size mentioned doesn't quite match my servings. This size batch will do a side serving of 8-10 or 4-6 very hearty (using as the meal) servings.
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