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Day 16 Crockpot Challenge Slow Cooker BBQ Baked Beans

Since tomorrow will be the day we smoke our brisket what is more perfect then a big pot of baked beans! I got this recipe from Betty Crocker's website just made a few substitutions for items I didn't have ;O)

2 Cups of Dry Pinto Beans
6 Cups of Water
3 Tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce
1/3 Cup BBQ Sauce
1 Teaspoon Onion powder
1 Teaspoon Onion Powder
1/2 Cup Brown Sugar

Place everything but the brown sugar into your crockpot and turn on high! After about 5 hours check to make sure you have enough water,burnt beans are gross, some beans absorb more then others I have discovered. Once most of your liquid in absorbed and your beans and fully cooked add your brown sugar and let cook for another hour on low. ENJOY!

Comments

Yummy. I just had beans this afternoon. I wish I saw this before I made them this sounds delicious.
Great recipe - easy and sounds delicious. I know my family will like this one!! Thanks!!
KathleenSD said…
Love my crockpot and I'm always looking for new recipes - I will definitely try this one!

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