Vegetarian "baked" Beans (Crock Pot)

Vegetarian "baked" Beans (Crock Pot) created by Parsley

Based on Recipe #115501, Slow Cooked "baked" Beans by Grease. I changed the recipe to make it vegetarian and to accommodate my very large crock pot. This recipe should be able to be halved pretty easily. Cooking time will vary according to how long you have soaked the beans, what size crock pot you have and the kind. Different ones seem to cook at different temps. This recipe is on the sweet side, so adjust for your own taste. Would taste great with veggie hot dogs.

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8hrs 15mins
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  • Soak navy beans overnight- the longer the better. I usually soak them for about 12 hours.
  • Drain beans and rinse off. Put into crock pot along with the rest of the ingredients.
  • Cover crock pot and cook 7-8 hours on high or 10-13 hours on low. These cook times are approximate. Cook until the beans are finished. Add water to crock pot if needed.
  • Enjoy!
  • Note: Cook time listed does not include soaking time.
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"Based on Recipe #115501, Slow Cooked "baked" Beans by Grease. I changed the recipe to make it vegetarian and to accommodate my very large crock pot. This recipe should be able to be halved pretty easily. Cooking time will vary according to how long you have soaked the beans, what size crock pot you have and the kind. Different ones seem to cook at different temps. This recipe is on the sweet side, so adjust for your own taste. Would taste great with veggie hot dogs."

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  1. R C.4229
    The recipe is far too sweet! More than 500 grams of sugar in total! So 50 grams per serving.... Thats like drinking 2 full sugar coke
  2. Meggy58
    Some of my family are vegetarians and some not, This recipe was wonderful, but as others did I tweaked it a bit. I used 1/4 cup of molasses, 1 cup of onion (instead of the powder) and 2 large cloves of garlic (instead of the powder). I also used a 1/4 tsp of smoke flavoring. It is also good w/barbeque sauce for 1/2 of the ketchup for some added zing. Since some of us like bacon, I cooked it half way through in the slow cooker, then took out half of the beans, put in a casserole dish w/ bits of partially cooked bacon and cooked in the oven on about 250 degrees covered for the remainder of the time.
  3. robinf294
    This may be the best recipe I've made in the crockpot, but I used this recipe as a guide and tweaked it a lot. It's far too sweet, I cut down the brown sugar but will cut it again to 3/4 c. I used a bottle of beer instead of the water, and crushed tomatoes instead of ketchup, and a whole onion and two cloves of garlic. For very little work we have a delicious pot of beans and lots to freeze.
  4. robinf294
    This may be the best recipe I've made in the crockpot, but I used this recipe as a guide and tweaked it a lot. It's far too sweet, I cut down the brown sugar but will cut it again to 3/4 c. I used a bottle of beer instead of the water, and crushed tomatoes instead of ketchup, and a whole onion and two cloves of garlic. For very little work we have a delicious pot of beans and lots to freeze.
  5. pixieglenn
    These are very yummy beans and will last us several meals as it makes a TON. I did feel like they were missing something, maybe more garlic or some smoke flavor. I think I will follow another reviewer suggestion and add some smoke flavor next time. I also decreased the brown sugar by a third and they were still very sweet. These were very good though and I will definitely be making them again!
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