BBQ Baked Beans Free PD Recipe

These BBQ beans have the old fashioned sweet and tangy flavor of a slow cooked summertime favorite. This recipe makes approximately 8 cups (or 2 quarts) to fill a slow cooker. You may wish to cut this recipe in half if you’re not serving it at a party.

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Responses

  1. Absolutely delicious! I love this recipe and can’t believe I haven’t made it until now! I cannot stand canned pineapple, so I used fresh pineapple and it worked just fine. I used the slow cooker setting on my Instant Pot and they turned out perfectly!

  2. Are you cooking these in a slow cooker or a pressure cooker? I thought you said slow cooker but the comments say pressure cooker. Thanks for clearing this up as I want to make them for hubby as he loves beans and I hate buying them in the store. Also this seems like alot, did you can them or freeze them? Thanks

  3. Julie, I am wondering if it would be possible/feasible to just cook the beans in the sauce from scratch, after soaking them for a few hours or overnight. what do you think?

  4. One small bag of pinto beans cooked up in my pressure cooker to make just the right amount of beans for this recipe. Although I love this recipe, I think I will cut down on the tamari just a bit next time. I did also add 3 dates to my vitamix when I was blending this up. I was worried this was going to taste like pineapple but it didn’t at all. I will enjoy this recipe all summer long!