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Updated on June 9, 2012
I will replace this photo with a picture of my own recipe...I forgot to take a picture of them!
I will replace this photo with a picture of my own recipe...I forgot to take a picture of them! | Source

Ah....baked beans! Comfort food at its finest. Delicious and mouth-watering goodness, with heat and sweet in every bite. Who doesn't like baked beans? Well, I'm sure some folks don't. But for those of you with TASTE BUDS this recipe will knock your socks off!

And it is EASY!

Don't be intimidated by the ingredient list. I have carefully worked on this recipe for a long time, tweaking and trying to get it just right. I think it has finally arrived. And now I am ready to share it with you!

Good recipes are meant to be SHARED! So if this recipe sounds good to you....go ahead and share it! Post a link to this page anywhere you like. You have my personal permission to be generous in spreading the word about the best baked bean recipe you will ever taste!

WHAT MAKES THIS BAKED BEANS RECIPE SPECIAL? Some secret ingredients like 12oz. of dark beer, a nice blend of 3 different bean styles and just a dab of Hot Sauce to give it a little kick without being too spicy. See below!

The Shopping List

Okay, so lets start with what you need to go and get from the store (assuming you don't have these in your home already) for the best baked beans recipe!


1. 2 cans of red kidney beans

2. 1 can of white kidney beans

3. 1 can of black beans

4. 1/2 cup Molasses

5. 1 TB Worcestershire Sauce

6. 1 Cup Brown Sugar

7. 1 TB salt (I use Morton's coarse Kosher salt)

8. 1/4 cup Honey

9. 1/4 cup ketchup

10. 12 oz. of your favorite dark BEER! The alcohol boils off - this is merely for some additional flavor complexity. If you really don't want to use this - save at least 8 ounces of the bean juice from the canned beans to use instead.

11. 1 TB Frank's Hot Sauce

12. 1 TB dried mustard powder

13. 1 12oz. package of your favorite bacon

14. 1 Onion (sweet onions are a good choice) - chopped, but not TOO fine

The beans will look soupy to start.  Don't panic!  They will boil down and soften up and the brown sugar and molasses will take over!
The beans will look soupy to start. Don't panic! They will boil down and soften up and the brown sugar and molasses will take over!

The Directions: Get Your Crock Pot

Yes - You need a crock pot. And you need at least 12 hours! DON'T won't be in the kitchen for 12 hours. You can just set these and forget them! But give them this long or you will regret it!

FIRST: Open the beans, drain them, and put the beans into the crock pot (not on yet!)

SECOND: Add you chopped onions to the crock pot with the beans (see, I told you this was EASY!)

THIRD: Cut up your package of bacon (uncooked) into 1/2 to 1 inch slices and add it all to the crock pot.

FOURTH: Add all the ingredients from #4 - #12 above to a small cooking pot and bring it to a simmer on the stove for about 10 minutes.

FIFTH: Still with me? Add the simmering liquid to the other ingredients in the crock pot.

SIXTH: Turn on the crock pot. Put it on high for about 8 hours with the lid on. Then drop it to low for about 4 hours with the lid off. The "lid off" part is to try and boil off some of the liquid and make the whole thing nice and thick. If necessary, kick it back up to high with the lid off to boil off more liquid. We don't want them too runny. And remember to stir the baked beans every so often too!

You can eat them now. Or, if you have the time, letting them cool will thicken them up even more. Then just re-heat in the crock pot or microwave.

That's it!! Now you have it. Get ready to impress your friends and neighbors with the best baked beans recipe you will ever try!!


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    • lucybell21 profile image

      Bonny OBrien 

      6 years ago from Troy, N.Y.

      My tastebuds are interested in these baked beans, and lots of good fiber going on as well.

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      Dianna Mendez 

      6 years ago

      This does look really good! I have never had a three bean dish like this so it would be interestingn to flavor them together. Looks like a winner for family bar-b-ques.

    • Frank Atanacio profile image

      Frank Atanacio 

      6 years ago from Shelton

      thanks for the recipe.. bookmark it for the end of spring to try up and useful :)

    • Rusti Mccollum profile image

      Ruth McCollum 

      6 years ago from Lake Oswego, Oregon

      MMMMMMMMMM. Thank looks so good!

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      Marvin Parke 

      6 years ago from Jamaica

      This looks nice, I think I am going to try it.


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