Mom's Baked Beans

Mom's Baked Beans

Ready in 45 minutes

Mom's Baked Beans - a restaurant owner asked me for this recipe to use in his restaurant because he liked them so much. Told me they were the "best he'd ever had".

"Omitted the peppers, went w/onions, bacon, ham, and sweet sausage. It was fantastic!
No choice in omitting the peppers... unfortunately I've become highly allergic to all peppers  a shame b/c I lived on various types of hot peppers the 1st 3 decades of my life. Adding sadness is that sweet peppers are one of "The Big Three" in Italian cooking, so at family reunions I usually go hungry :~(}"

- Droidist

Top-ranked recipe named "Mom's Baked Beans"

4.5 avg, 15 review(s) 86% would make again

Ingredients

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1 large can B&M brand baked beans; (55 oz)
1/2 pound bacon; or more, chopped, maple flavor is good
1 large onion; chopped, or 2 medium onions
1/2 cup Ketchup
1/4 cup bell pepper; diced
2 tablespoons French's prepared mustard
1 cup brown sugar; (packed)

Original recipe makes 8

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Preparation

Fry the bacon and onion until cooked and pour off the grease.

Combine all remaining ingredients in pan and mix.

Pour into casserole dish or shallow pan, cover, and bake in a preheated 325 degree oven for approximately 45 minutes.

Remove foil, stir, and continue cooking until thickened, (approximately 20 minutes).

This was my mom's recipe and I happen to think they are the best baked beans around. They certainly don't last long and this is a great dish to take to pot-lucks. Children always come back for more.

Please note: The diced bell pepper and the brown sugar are the secret ingredients that make this dish so special in my opinion.

Notes

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Love it I let it sit and it thickened right up thats y I picked this one
leahjbaker 1 year ago
BEANS! These were so GOOD! I ate them with handfuls of my super crumbly cornbreads!
Babbitto 1 year ago
twisted1331 1 year ago
A big hit with my family! Sautéed the peppers & onions first. Also added a small can of plain pinto beans and let set overnight. Baked the next day right before we ate--delicious!
gingerekholm 1 year ago
Tasted just like my grandma's (which is a good thing) but a bit sweeter. Next time I will cut back on the sugar. My husband thought the peppers were too crunchy so I may sauté first next time for his liking.
Jene20 1 year ago
This is super! I added 1/4 c Worcestershire and 1/2 cup BBQ sauce and a lil more bell pepper. Perfect!
Britanytapani 1 year ago
OMG! This is delicious! Never really liked Baked Beans until we tried this recipe. Quick & easy to prepare. This is a 'Keeper'! Thank you for sharing.
Yodalee 2 years ago
Omitted the peppers, went w/onions, bacon, ham, and sweet sausage. It was fantastic! No choice in omitting the peppers... unfortunately I've become highly allergic to all peppers  a shame b/c I lived on various types of hot peppers the 1st 3 decades of my life. Adding sadness is that sweet peppers are one of 'The Big Three' in Italian cooking, so at family reunions I usually go hungry :~(}
Droidist 2 years ago
It was good. I followed the recipe next time I'd add sauté bell peppers first.
Alustizanicole 2 years ago
This is a lovely recipe. I cooked this today as a lunch and though I didn't bake the recipe, it taste great although I have to alter pork with vegetable seasoning because I am a vegetarian. Thank you for sharing this great recipe
mynameismango 2 years ago
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