Jerry’s Baked Beans

19 Aug

My brother, Jerry, has been making these baked beans for years. They have become “Jerry’s Baked Beans”, even though I believe they were his ex-wife’s recipe. Shhhhh! We wont tell anyone else.

Simple ingredients

In any case…..this has been a family favorite for a few years and shows up randomly at get-togethers (especially in the summer) and parties. The taste is so rich and deep, and yet there arent that many ingredients in it. Know why? Because of the BACON.

Cooking up the bacon and onions

That’s right…..bacon makes everything better. Definitely true for this dish. I cooked the onions in some of the bacon fat from the bacon. It definitely added to the flavor even more!

BEANS

I made it for the first time for Supper Club a couple weeks ago. It could NOT be easier to put together – and the reaction you will get will make you giggle since this is hardly any work at all!

Jerry’s Baked Beans

Ingredients:

  • 1 can French style green beans
  • 1 can pinto beans
  • 1 can butter beans
  • 1 can baked beans (large can)
  • ½ box brown sugar
  • 1 jar Heinz chili sauce
  • 1 pound bacon, fried and cut into small pieces
  • Several onions

Directions:

Fry bacon and onions just until bacon is halfway cooked.

Mix all ingredients together.

Bake in 250 degree oven all afternoon.

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