Mom’s Famous Crockpot Baked Beans

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Boy oh boy do I have a special treat for you guys today. My mom recently came up for a visit.  Being the social butterfly that she is, Mom had several gatherings to attend while she was in town.

Do you want to know what they all requested her to make? Yep, you’ve got it! Her FAMOUS baked beans.  These baked beans are seriously the best. 

Mom usually makes her beans in the oven, but it takes 5 hours and I really dislike heating up my house in the summer. So I set out to replicate her beautiful beans in the crockpot.  Guess what? I DID IT! Whoop whoop!

Mom’s Famous Crockpot Baked Beans 

Ingredients

– 3 cans (15.5 oz) pinto beans (you can also use regular pork n beans, but to make this vegetarian friendly, use pinto)

– 1 & 1/4 cup brown sugar

– 1 & 1/2 teaspoon Coleman’s dry mustard 

– 1.5 cups ketchup

Directions

1. Start by mixing together brown sugar and dry mustard. Mix until well combined

2. Next, pour beans into crockpot.  Sprinkle brown sugar mixture on top of beans. Stir until combined. 

3. Top beans with ketchup. Cover and cook on HIGH for 5 hours. After time is up, uncover and continue cooking on HIGH for 30-45  more minutes until beans thicken.

Mom's Famous Crockpot Baked Beans - Steps

 

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Mom's Famous Crockpot Baked Beans
 
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Corey:
Serves: 8
Ingredients
  • - 3 cans (15.5 oz) pinto beans (you can also use regular pork n beans, but to make this vegetarian friendly, use pinto)
  • - 1 & ¼ cup brown sugar
  • - 1 & ½ teaspoon Coleman's dry mustard
  • - 1.5 cups ketchup
Instructions
  1. Start by mixing together brown sugar and dry mustard. Mix until well combined
  2. Next, pour beans into crockpot. Sprinkle brown sugar mixture on top of beans. Stir until combined.
  3. Top beans with ketchup. Cover and cook on HIGH for 5 hours. After time is up, uncover and continue cooking on HIGH for 30-45 more minutes until beans thicken.

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Comments

  1. Laura B says

    I have eaten these beans at your moms house this spring after a golf tournament…….Love. Love….. the beans and your mom! Awesome! I am so glad you shared both with the world! :)

  2. Annette Baldwin says

    How many people will the crock pot baked beans feed ? I am having a pig pickin expecting 40 people. Should I double the receipt?

  3. Breanna says

    I halved this recipe when I made it so that I wouldn’t have to many leftovers and baked it in a 3 qt. crockpot. It turned out good but the ketchup flavor was really strong, so next time I’m going to use half the amount called for. I really like how simple this recipe is!

  4. allison says

    The ingredients list says 1.5 cups ketchup, but then in the procedures it says 2 cups ketchup – which is it?

  5. says

    We made these yesterday, and they were so delicious, I wanted to stop by and thank you for sharing the recipe! Our carnivore and vegetarian friends alike really enjoyed them and so did we.

    We started with dried pinto beans (3 cups), and reserved enough of the cooking liquid to approximate the amount that would be in the cans, and followed the rest of the recipe as written. That probably saved us a couple of dollars over using canned beans.

    This recipe is definitely a keeper, thanks again!

  6. Tracy says

    Great recipe! Instead of 1.5 cups of ketchup, I did 3/4 c ketchup and 3/4 c barbecue sauce. Made it for a party, and everyone loved it. Thanks!

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