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Slow-Cooker "Baked" Beans

Slow-Cooker "Baked" Beans recipe
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No need to heat up your kitchen to make baked beans with slow-simmered flavor. Use your slow cooker and a prepared barbecue sauce in this no-fuss recipe.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
6 hr 15 min
servings
total:
10 servings, 1/2 cup each
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posted:
5/26/2008
Wonderful, another viewer mentioned, and I have, made a similiar recipe with three kinds of beans. I used two this time, pintos and great northern. Personally, I fry the bacon first then crumble it up and use the bacon drippings ( I like my bacon to look crispy fried). I also use a dark bbq sauce with a splash of Bourbon, and some chopped red pepper. It is great with Lima, Kidney, and Cannaloni Beans as well. Make sure to rinse and drain your beans. Thanks for the delicious cuisine!
posted:
5/13/2008
I haven't used this recipe but have one that is so much the same -3 different kinds of beans is the only difference.
posted:
4/22/2008
This was so good! I left the bacon out but they still tasted great. My step-dad liked them so much he asked for the recipe - and this is a man that does not cook! Now, anytime there is a family gathering I bring these.
posted:
9/16/2007
OMG...YUMMY!!!
posted:
8/26/2007
This was good but nothing extraordinary
posted:
7/23/2007
These were just OK - from the other reviews I expected something more spectacular. I probably will not make again but they were all eaten at the BBQ I took them to.
posted:
7/9/2007
These are the only baked beans I will ever make now, they were so good. I let them cook on low all day and they were awesome. I didn't have any left after the party! Will definitly make again.
posted:
7/5/2007
Very Easy to Make! A hit at the 4th of July BBQ this weekend, My Dad was impressed! Would recommend this to anyone!
posted:
7/18/2006
Quick and easy! I used a mix of beans: 1 can pinto beans, 1 can Northern beans and 1 can of pork and beans. Also added a little green pepper and bacon bits.
posted:
5/6/2006
I added a diced green pepper which really enhanced the flavor! I also added some Frank's Red Hot because - well - everything tastes better with it!
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