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Slow Cooker Baked Beans with Bacon


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A slow cooker take on a signature side

In this instance, slow cooker cooking really means slow. Plan for these pinto beans baked with brown sugar, bacon and more to cook for four hours.

Courtesy of McCormick

Ingredients

  • 3 cans (15 ounces each) pinto beans, drained and rinsed
  • 1 Cup chopped onion
  • 4 slices bacon, cut into 1/2-inch pieces
  • 1 Cup French's® Tomato Ketchup
  • 2/3 Cups water
  • 1/2 Cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 1/4 Cup molasses
  • 1 Tablespoon McCormick® Ground Mustard
  • 1 Teaspoon McCormick® Garlic Powder
  • 1/2 Teaspoon McCormick® Ground Cinnamon
  • 1/4 Teaspoon McCormick® Ground Allspice

CrockPot Baked Beans (with bacon)

Everyone has their favorite recipe for baked beans. this is mine. Sweet and savory beans with bacon and a bit of herb to create the yummiest, most satisfying beans ever! The best part. you can make them up in the slowcooker! By the way, have you tried that crockpot stout cake yet?

Y'all. Like sooo many of you, I grew up on baked beans. As a kid I loved "beanie weanies" and the canned baked beans. We ate them so often that I rarely, as an adult, make baked beans. I probably ate my lifetime quota :).

For summer picnics, however, it's a bit of a necessity to have a good batch of these crock pot beans as a side dish to the burgers and hotdogs.

The secret to the BEST baked beans is mixing several kinds of beans together. The mixing of the various beans gives the best texture and flavor!

Don't skip on those spices! In fact, if your family can handle it. amp up the spice mixture. Sooo good!

Most often I'll use a cheap batch of bacon for this recipe if I'm serving a crowd. When it's a special reason I'll grab some really thick cut bacon which adds a really delicious flavor!

And, let's be real. I totally add some sliced hot dogs sometimes, for old times sake ).

Don't skip that mustard! You'll be surprised at how much it adds to the recipe.

Tip: Add a shot of liquid smoke to the beans to give it a great smokey flavor that reminds you of a batch of beans cooked over a campfire.

If you don't have a favorite baked beans recipe (and frankly, even if you do!), give this one a try. it will become your new go-to!


CrockPot Baked Beans (with bacon)

Everyone has their favorite recipe for baked beans. this is mine. Sweet and savory beans with bacon and a bit of herb to create the yummiest, most satisfying beans ever! The best part. you can make them up in the slowcooker! By the way, have you tried that crockpot stout cake yet?

Y'all. Like sooo many of you, I grew up on baked beans. As a kid I loved "beanie weanies" and the canned baked beans. We ate them so often that I rarely, as an adult, make baked beans. I probably ate my lifetime quota :).

For summer picnics, however, it's a bit of a necessity to have a good batch of these crock pot beans as a side dish to the burgers and hotdogs.

The secret to the BEST baked beans is mixing several kinds of beans together. The mixing of the various beans gives the best texture and flavor!

Don't skip on those spices! In fact, if your family can handle it. amp up the spice mixture. Sooo good!

Most often I'll use a cheap batch of bacon for this recipe if I'm serving a crowd. When it's a special reason I'll grab some really thick cut bacon which adds a really delicious flavor!

And, let's be real. I totally add some sliced hot dogs sometimes, for old times sake ).

Don't skip that mustard! You'll be surprised at how much it adds to the recipe.

Tip: Add a shot of liquid smoke to the beans to give it a great smokey flavor that reminds you of a batch of beans cooked over a campfire.

If you don't have a favorite baked beans recipe (and frankly, even if you do!), give this one a try. it will become your new go-to!


CrockPot Baked Beans (with bacon)

Everyone has their favorite recipe for baked beans. this is mine. Sweet and savory beans with bacon and a bit of herb to create the yummiest, most satisfying beans ever! The best part. you can make them up in the slowcooker! By the way, have you tried that crockpot stout cake yet?

Y'all. Like sooo many of you, I grew up on baked beans. As a kid I loved "beanie weanies" and the canned baked beans. We ate them so often that I rarely, as an adult, make baked beans. I probably ate my lifetime quota :).

For summer picnics, however, it's a bit of a necessity to have a good batch of these crock pot beans as a side dish to the burgers and hotdogs.

The secret to the BEST baked beans is mixing several kinds of beans together. The mixing of the various beans gives the best texture and flavor!

Don't skip on those spices! In fact, if your family can handle it. amp up the spice mixture. Sooo good!

Most often I'll use a cheap batch of bacon for this recipe if I'm serving a crowd. When it's a special reason I'll grab some really thick cut bacon which adds a really delicious flavor!

And, let's be real. I totally add some sliced hot dogs sometimes, for old times sake ).

Don't skip that mustard! You'll be surprised at how much it adds to the recipe.

Tip: Add a shot of liquid smoke to the beans to give it a great smokey flavor that reminds you of a batch of beans cooked over a campfire.

If you don't have a favorite baked beans recipe (and frankly, even if you do!), give this one a try. it will become your new go-to!


CrockPot Baked Beans (with bacon)

Everyone has their favorite recipe for baked beans. this is mine. Sweet and savory beans with bacon and a bit of herb to create the yummiest, most satisfying beans ever! The best part. you can make them up in the slowcooker! By the way, have you tried that crockpot stout cake yet?

Y'all. Like sooo many of you, I grew up on baked beans. As a kid I loved "beanie weanies" and the canned baked beans. We ate them so often that I rarely, as an adult, make baked beans. I probably ate my lifetime quota :).

For summer picnics, however, it's a bit of a necessity to have a good batch of these crock pot beans as a side dish to the burgers and hotdogs.

The secret to the BEST baked beans is mixing several kinds of beans together. The mixing of the various beans gives the best texture and flavor!

Don't skip on those spices! In fact, if your family can handle it. amp up the spice mixture. Sooo good!

Most often I'll use a cheap batch of bacon for this recipe if I'm serving a crowd. When it's a special reason I'll grab some really thick cut bacon which adds a really delicious flavor!

And, let's be real. I totally add some sliced hot dogs sometimes, for old times sake ).

Don't skip that mustard! You'll be surprised at how much it adds to the recipe.

Tip: Add a shot of liquid smoke to the beans to give it a great smokey flavor that reminds you of a batch of beans cooked over a campfire.

If you don't have a favorite baked beans recipe (and frankly, even if you do!), give this one a try. it will become your new go-to!


CrockPot Baked Beans (with bacon)

Everyone has their favorite recipe for baked beans. this is mine. Sweet and savory beans with bacon and a bit of herb to create the yummiest, most satisfying beans ever! The best part. you can make them up in the slowcooker! By the way, have you tried that crockpot stout cake yet?

Y'all. Like sooo many of you, I grew up on baked beans. As a kid I loved "beanie weanies" and the canned baked beans. We ate them so often that I rarely, as an adult, make baked beans. I probably ate my lifetime quota :).

For summer picnics, however, it's a bit of a necessity to have a good batch of these crock pot beans as a side dish to the burgers and hotdogs.

The secret to the BEST baked beans is mixing several kinds of beans together. The mixing of the various beans gives the best texture and flavor!

Don't skip on those spices! In fact, if your family can handle it. amp up the spice mixture. Sooo good!

Most often I'll use a cheap batch of bacon for this recipe if I'm serving a crowd. When it's a special reason I'll grab some really thick cut bacon which adds a really delicious flavor!

And, let's be real. I totally add some sliced hot dogs sometimes, for old times sake ).

Don't skip that mustard! You'll be surprised at how much it adds to the recipe.

Tip: Add a shot of liquid smoke to the beans to give it a great smokey flavor that reminds you of a batch of beans cooked over a campfire.

If you don't have a favorite baked beans recipe (and frankly, even if you do!), give this one a try. it will become your new go-to!


CrockPot Baked Beans (with bacon)

Everyone has their favorite recipe for baked beans. this is mine. Sweet and savory beans with bacon and a bit of herb to create the yummiest, most satisfying beans ever! The best part. you can make them up in the slowcooker! By the way, have you tried that crockpot stout cake yet?

Y'all. Like sooo many of you, I grew up on baked beans. As a kid I loved "beanie weanies" and the canned baked beans. We ate them so often that I rarely, as an adult, make baked beans. I probably ate my lifetime quota :).

For summer picnics, however, it's a bit of a necessity to have a good batch of these crock pot beans as a side dish to the burgers and hotdogs.

The secret to the BEST baked beans is mixing several kinds of beans together. The mixing of the various beans gives the best texture and flavor!

Don't skip on those spices! In fact, if your family can handle it. amp up the spice mixture. Sooo good!

Most often I'll use a cheap batch of bacon for this recipe if I'm serving a crowd. When it's a special reason I'll grab some really thick cut bacon which adds a really delicious flavor!

And, let's be real. I totally add some sliced hot dogs sometimes, for old times sake ).

Don't skip that mustard! You'll be surprised at how much it adds to the recipe.

Tip: Add a shot of liquid smoke to the beans to give it a great smokey flavor that reminds you of a batch of beans cooked over a campfire.

If you don't have a favorite baked beans recipe (and frankly, even if you do!), give this one a try. it will become your new go-to!


CrockPot Baked Beans (with bacon)

Everyone has their favorite recipe for baked beans. this is mine. Sweet and savory beans with bacon and a bit of herb to create the yummiest, most satisfying beans ever! The best part. you can make them up in the slowcooker! By the way, have you tried that crockpot stout cake yet?

Y'all. Like sooo many of you, I grew up on baked beans. As a kid I loved "beanie weanies" and the canned baked beans. We ate them so often that I rarely, as an adult, make baked beans. I probably ate my lifetime quota :).

For summer picnics, however, it's a bit of a necessity to have a good batch of these crock pot beans as a side dish to the burgers and hotdogs.

The secret to the BEST baked beans is mixing several kinds of beans together. The mixing of the various beans gives the best texture and flavor!

Don't skip on those spices! In fact, if your family can handle it. amp up the spice mixture. Sooo good!

Most often I'll use a cheap batch of bacon for this recipe if I'm serving a crowd. When it's a special reason I'll grab some really thick cut bacon which adds a really delicious flavor!

And, let's be real. I totally add some sliced hot dogs sometimes, for old times sake ).

Don't skip that mustard! You'll be surprised at how much it adds to the recipe.

Tip: Add a shot of liquid smoke to the beans to give it a great smokey flavor that reminds you of a batch of beans cooked over a campfire.

If you don't have a favorite baked beans recipe (and frankly, even if you do!), give this one a try. it will become your new go-to!


CrockPot Baked Beans (with bacon)

Everyone has their favorite recipe for baked beans. this is mine. Sweet and savory beans with bacon and a bit of herb to create the yummiest, most satisfying beans ever! The best part. you can make them up in the slowcooker! By the way, have you tried that crockpot stout cake yet?

Y'all. Like sooo many of you, I grew up on baked beans. As a kid I loved "beanie weanies" and the canned baked beans. We ate them so often that I rarely, as an adult, make baked beans. I probably ate my lifetime quota :).

For summer picnics, however, it's a bit of a necessity to have a good batch of these crock pot beans as a side dish to the burgers and hotdogs.

The secret to the BEST baked beans is mixing several kinds of beans together. The mixing of the various beans gives the best texture and flavor!

Don't skip on those spices! In fact, if your family can handle it. amp up the spice mixture. Sooo good!

Most often I'll use a cheap batch of bacon for this recipe if I'm serving a crowd. When it's a special reason I'll grab some really thick cut bacon which adds a really delicious flavor!

And, let's be real. I totally add some sliced hot dogs sometimes, for old times sake ).

Don't skip that mustard! You'll be surprised at how much it adds to the recipe.

Tip: Add a shot of liquid smoke to the beans to give it a great smokey flavor that reminds you of a batch of beans cooked over a campfire.

If you don't have a favorite baked beans recipe (and frankly, even if you do!), give this one a try. it will become your new go-to!


CrockPot Baked Beans (with bacon)

Everyone has their favorite recipe for baked beans. this is mine. Sweet and savory beans with bacon and a bit of herb to create the yummiest, most satisfying beans ever! The best part. you can make them up in the slowcooker! By the way, have you tried that crockpot stout cake yet?

Y'all. Like sooo many of you, I grew up on baked beans. As a kid I loved "beanie weanies" and the canned baked beans. We ate them so often that I rarely, as an adult, make baked beans. I probably ate my lifetime quota :).

For summer picnics, however, it's a bit of a necessity to have a good batch of these crock pot beans as a side dish to the burgers and hotdogs.

The secret to the BEST baked beans is mixing several kinds of beans together. The mixing of the various beans gives the best texture and flavor!

Don't skip on those spices! In fact, if your family can handle it. amp up the spice mixture. Sooo good!

Most often I'll use a cheap batch of bacon for this recipe if I'm serving a crowd. When it's a special reason I'll grab some really thick cut bacon which adds a really delicious flavor!

And, let's be real. I totally add some sliced hot dogs sometimes, for old times sake ).

Don't skip that mustard! You'll be surprised at how much it adds to the recipe.

Tip: Add a shot of liquid smoke to the beans to give it a great smokey flavor that reminds you of a batch of beans cooked over a campfire.

If you don't have a favorite baked beans recipe (and frankly, even if you do!), give this one a try. it will become your new go-to!


CrockPot Baked Beans (with bacon)

Everyone has their favorite recipe for baked beans. this is mine. Sweet and savory beans with bacon and a bit of herb to create the yummiest, most satisfying beans ever! The best part. you can make them up in the slowcooker! By the way, have you tried that crockpot stout cake yet?

Y'all. Like sooo many of you, I grew up on baked beans. As a kid I loved "beanie weanies" and the canned baked beans. We ate them so often that I rarely, as an adult, make baked beans. I probably ate my lifetime quota :).

For summer picnics, however, it's a bit of a necessity to have a good batch of these crock pot beans as a side dish to the burgers and hotdogs.

The secret to the BEST baked beans is mixing several kinds of beans together. The mixing of the various beans gives the best texture and flavor!

Don't skip on those spices! In fact, if your family can handle it. amp up the spice mixture. Sooo good!

Most often I'll use a cheap batch of bacon for this recipe if I'm serving a crowd. When it's a special reason I'll grab some really thick cut bacon which adds a really delicious flavor!

And, let's be real. I totally add some sliced hot dogs sometimes, for old times sake ).

Don't skip that mustard! You'll be surprised at how much it adds to the recipe.

Tip: Add a shot of liquid smoke to the beans to give it a great smokey flavor that reminds you of a batch of beans cooked over a campfire.

If you don't have a favorite baked beans recipe (and frankly, even if you do!), give this one a try. it will become your new go-to!



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