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Looking For A Easy Baked Bean Recipe

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Hey I am looking for an easy baked bean recipe. I live on a really low income and there is only one of me so if ya'll have any ideas that would be great! Thanks

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I have made a lot of the recipes on the Bush's Baked Bean website, and they are all really good. A little meat, veggies, and beans. Yummy!!! If you just cut the amounts down, you can make these with the small cans.

http://www.bushbeans.com/recipes/index.jsp

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I have made a lot of the recipes on the Bush's Baked Bean website, and they are all really good. A little meat, veggies, and beans. Yummy!!! If you just cut the amounts down, you can make these with the small cans.

http://www.bushbeans.com/recipes/index.jsp

Thanks for the tip, have you ever made home-made beans...I guess thats what I'm looking for

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I've been dying for some home-made "beanie weenies" - regular old baked beans (such as Campbells Pork & Beans), doctored up with some ketchup, onions, and brown sugar and hot dogs. I haven't been able to find a gluten-free pork & beans so I bought a can of Bush's Navy Beans that I was going to try and doctor up.

I haven't done it yet - but when I do I will let you know if they are edible!

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I like to chop up Oscar Mayer hot dogs and put them into Bush's Baked Beans and just heat em up. You could also put in the ketchup, onion and brown sugar. gluten-free ketchup, of course!

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Yum-yum! I just finished eating baked beans and wieners! I used a can of Bush's Great Northern Beans (I mentioned navy beans earlier - that was a goof), added ketchup, dried onions, and cut up oscar mayer hot dogs. They are soooooooooo good!

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I am planning this for Super Bowl with lots of friends:

Bushes Baked Beans

Green Peppers Chopped

Sween Onions Chopped

Kraft Dijon Mustard

Lee and Perrions Worst.

Brown Surgar

Little Tabasco

Heinz Katchup

Oscar Meyer Bacon on the top

and bake.

Sorry for the misspelling. Tired and Brain Fog. It's really good.

Sorry again, got glutened by eating out at a neighbors who tried to be gluten free....but failed in his considering effort. :(

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Lisa - your post just gave me a great idea! My great aunt had a recipe for 'ranch bean casserole' that my whole family loves. My mom makes it for every holiday, and for Thanksgiving and Christmas I had to pass because we couldn't find any pork & beans that I could confirm were gluten-free. Now I will just tell her we should use the beans I used for my 'beanie weanies'.

Thanks for your bean recipe - that sounds really good. I will have to try those as well.

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I have an old fashioned Boston baked bean pot ~ I add Bush's Onion flavored bean, ketchup, bbq sauce, mustard, brown sugar and molasses. I microwave for 20 minutes at a time on medium, stir, cook for another 20 minutes, stir... do this until they are nice and thick and yummy! Add "weenies" during the last 20 minutes. :) I like to use Hebrew National kosher dogs... from Sam's Club. Enjoy!!

P.S. You can use 1 can of beans, or double for company :)

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I love bake beans, but for us the small can is not enough and the big can is too much. We also use bushes and add extras. I have made a large batch and let simmer. I buy the ziplock tupperware containers, that are about a 1/2 to 3/4 cup and fill them with beans and freeze them. Then just microwave the container. That way use can freeze what ever amount is good for you and you only have to cook the bacon and chopped and onion once. You keep reusing the containers. The key is to make sure you have enough liquid in them, cause they do cook up more when you microwave them. Hope this helps.

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