Sunday, November 1, 2009

November and Baked Beans

Since I had used up the last of my homemade Baked Beans, today was the perfect day to make some more.

Slow Cooker Baked Beans

1 pkg dried navy beans (about 4 cups)
1/2 lb of bacon diced
2 tbsp ketchup
1/3 cup molasses
3 tbsp brown sugar
2 tsp prepared mustard

Soak dried beans in water to cover overnight. Drain water in the morning and add fresh. Parboil beans for 1 hour. Add beans and liquid to slow cooker, and add remaining ingredients. Turn slow cooker on to medium and cook for at least 8 hours.

Harvey loves these beans and they are so simple. Kind of put together and forget.

I now have several containers in my freezer once again.

Well off to visit all of you.

Everyone have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

9 comments:

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

They look and sound soooo good!!..m

Kerry said...

Yum.

Is your son all well now?

Kerry

Jackie said...

Hi Kerry, he finally headed back to work on Tuesday. Still pretty worn out but sounds 100% better.

Now the oldest one is buying a house! So we have some excitment there talking him through the mortgage steps.

Jackie

Maggie R said...

Hi Jackie.
These beans look sooooooo delicious.
Thanks for entering my Blogoversary draw... Good Luck...
xoxo
((((hugs))))
Maggie

Ginger said...

I have never made navy beans before but these looks yummy!!Another recipe I will have to try, thanks Jackie.
Hugs,
Ginger
P.S.I happy for your son who is buying a house. Did I miss your post about that? I'm sorry if I have been a bad blogging friend lately :(
Take care.

Under the Willow gifts... said...

Happy to hear your son is feeling better~ one a house~ so exciting!

P.S. I LOVE baked beans!!!! Great recipe~ I'll have to try it.

bj said...

ummmm...I LOVE these kind of beans. Thanks so much for the recipe...I'm gonna make some this week. They freeze so well and I sure like having things like this in the freezer....
hugs, bj

Brenda Eason said...

Ummm okay I need a bowl =) having coffee and have not ate yet. I bet they would be good even for breakfast!
Thanks so much.

DW said...

Those look absolutely yummy!

Exciting news about your son buying a house! And I'm glad Kris is feeling better.