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Thread: crockpot baked beans.

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    Moderator tlrnhi's Avatar
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    I thought I posted this recipe before

    16 oz can of red kidney beans, drained
    15 1/2 oz can of butter beans, drained
    18 oz jar of B & M baked beans (I have also substituted Bush's and they work fine)
    1/4 lb Velveeta cheese, cubed
    1/2 lb bacon, diced (I partially cook it first)
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    1/3 cup white sugar
    2 dashes Worcestershire sauce(I've used more than 2 dashes)

    Combine all ingredients in slow cooker

    Cover and put on Low for 6 hours.

    DO NOT STIR UNTIL ALMOST READY!

    If doubling the recipe, use 1/3lb Velveeta cheese

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    Sounds yummy! I need something quick and easy for our guild pot luck!
    Thank you for sharing, :-P

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    Thanks, Terri. Will try it at hubby's BD party Friday.

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    i know this seems a stupid question , but the b m beans ,are they in tomato sauce ? im english and we dont have that brand here , thanks a lot ,,,oh and the cheese what type is it ? again we dont have brand here . thanks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by daisylil
    i know this seems a stupid question , but the b m beans ,are they in tomato sauce ? im english and we dont have that brand here , thanks a lot ,,,oh and the cheese what type is it ? again we dont have brand here . thanks a lot
    The beans are in a brown sauce and the cheese is the melty kind. It comes in a brick shape. I'm sure there's a cheese there that is compatable.

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    thanks a lot for swift reply ,,,,,,,,we dont have anything like those beans here , but ill wing it and find something close ,,,oh i can order them here but are 5 doll a can lol (2 pounds 50)

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    If I were headed to England, I'd bring you a can of them, but my trip is to Ireland and Spain.

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    Sounds good

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    I make baked beans all the time and this is a good recipe. The B&M beans are in a molasses and sugar type sauce and the cheese is a block of processed "American" cheese, quite soft and easy to melt. You don't really need the cheese and you can substitute other beans, like butter beans and/or lima beans. I have heated the beans in a saucepan on a top burner, in the over and in a slow cooker. All are good.

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    thanks for the recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    I thought I posted this recipe before

    16 oz can of red kidney beans, drained
    15 1/2 oz can of butter beans, drained
    18 oz jar of B & M baked beans (I have also substituted Bush's and they work fine)
    1/4 lb Velveeta cheese, cubed
    1/2 lb bacon, diced (I partially cook it first)
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    1/3 cup white sugar
    2 dashes Worcestershire sauce(I've used more than 2 dashes)

    Combine all ingredients in slow cooker

    Cover and put on Low for 6 hours.

    DO NOT STIR UNTIL ALMOST READY!

    If doubling the recipe, use 1/3lb Velveeta cheese

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