Top-ranked recipe named "Trisha Yearwood's Baked Beans"
WOW, they are hands down THE best baked beans I have ever had. Might be the whole pound of bacon...
"Made today for a family gathering and no leftovers! I added 2 tsp of worcestershire sauce as recommended and also 1/4 cup ketchup. They were delicious!!! Best I've ever had! Will def make again!"- Bnfowler19
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
2. Fry the bacon in a large skillet over medium-high heat until crisp.
3. Remove the bacon from the pan, leaving the drippings, and drain it on paper towels.
4. Crumble and set aside, if you didn't already chop it.
5. Pour out and discard all but 4 tbsp. of the bacon dripping.
6. Add the onion to the pan and saute until softened, about 7 minutes.
7. Stir in the beans, molasses, sugar, mustard and bacon. Mix well.
8. Pour the beans into a 3-quart casserole dish and bake, uncovered for 45 minutes.
dknightfl0311 7 months agoI have never fried the bacon. That was a great addition to already delicious beans!
brownsuggar712 1 year agoI made this recipe except I omitted the molasses and used all light brown sugar and I topped mine with French fried onions.
twisted1331 1 year ago
Bnfowler19 1 year agoMade today for a family gathering and no leftovers! I added 2 tsp of worcestershire sauce as recommended and also 1/4 cup ketchup. They were delicious!!! Best I've ever had! Will def make again!
Stvorr 2 years agoHands down the best baked beans I've ever made!
Beezlewoof 2 years agoThis is a great recipe! I added two teaspoons of worcestershire sauce. Yum!
tverrette 2 years agoFantastic recipe. I substituted a red onion, it was actually a topic of conversation after the neighborhood BBQ.
jenniecapps 2 years agoThis is a fantastic recipe!!!
Trissa 2 years agoThese were very simple, flavorful, and tasty :-) Ours had to cook closer to an hour.
Moosesgirl 3 years agoJust made these for dinner tonight. Sooo yummy! Hubby loved them.