Wiener Bean Pot

"This recipe has been in my files for much more than half my lifetime, and from time to time I've tweaked it a bit!"
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Cut hot dogs on a diagonal into 1 inch slices.
  • Mix all ingredients together and pour into casserole dish.
  • Bake uncovered for 1 hour.

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  1. WI Cheesehead
    We used Busch's Veg., lite beef dogs (plus more), homemade soup mix, and added some black beans for nutrition and to stretch it for our family of 5. With 7 dogs and added beans, it was about 6-7 servings for us. One child said it was too sweet (we usu. eat just the Beans straight) but everyone else liked it. Made for Zaar Stars.
  2. Sharon123
    I really enjoyed this for dinner! I used Bush's Vegetarian beans, and LomaLinda veggie hot dogs. I also used a homemade onion soup mix. Thanks for a yummy dinner!
  3. foodtvfan
    Excellent bean pot recipe. I substituted Schneiders XXL (long fat wieners), used Heinz deep browned pork and beans, and my recipe #110331 for the onion soup mix, and omitted the triple sec because I didn't have any. This recipe would be great using precooked sausages or chunks of kielbasa too. Served with toasted and buttered kaiser rolls. A good hearty meal-in-a-bowl.
  4. Andi Longmeadow Farm
    Used these for a lunch time treat up on the farm, and it was gobbled down quicker then I could put it out. The only change was the I did use beef hot dogs, however; followed this exactly otherwise....except for the triple sec. What a grand dish to take to potlucks and just having it cooking for football parties. I might add some onion next time, but was just as wonderful without it. Thank you!
  5. Crafty Lady 13
    Made for March, 2008 Bevy Tag. I haven't had this since I was a litte girl. I remember my dad used to make something similar to this, except that this dish had a lot more flavor. I think my dad probably just opened up a can of baked beans and added hotdogs to it. It's the first time I have ever used turkey hotdogs. I don't know if it was the hotdogs, but it was just a little saltier than I normally like. I really liked the addition of the onion soup mix and the Dijon mustard. I used Bush's baked beans and didn't use the triple sec.


  1. mary winecoff
    Very good and quick dinner for us. We used a mild sausage instead of hot dogs. Also I had no triple sec but I bet the orange flavor would have only added to the taste. Thanks for a great recipe! Made for 1-2-3 Wonders.



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