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.


  1. Yum.

    Is your son all well now?


  2. 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.


  3. Hi Jackie.
    These beans look sooooooo delicious.
    Thanks for entering my Blogoversary draw... Good Luck...

  4. I have never made navy beans before but these looks yummy!!Another recipe I will have to try, thanks Jackie.
    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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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

  7. 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.

  8. Those look absolutely yummy!

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