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    Default Kicked up baked beans

    This recipe makes a huge batch. It's great for holidays or potluck dinners. The recipe is the original recipe as I received it but I have noted the changes/alterations

    KICKED UP BAKED BEANS

    2 large cans Bush’s Bold and Spicy Beans
    2 large cans Bush’s Homestyle Beans
    1 large onion, chopped
    1 green pepper, chopped
    1-1/2 lbs. ground beef
    1 clove garlic, pressed or minced
    ˝ lb. bacon, chopped and cooked but not crisp
    1 lb. smoked sausage, cut into bite-sized pieces
    ˝ regular size bottle ketchup
    1 regular size bottle Sweet Baby Ray BBQ Sauce
    ˝ cup brown sugar
    1-2 jalapeno peppers, sliced

    Brown ground beef with onion, garlic, and green pepper; drain. Mix all ingredients in large roaster pan (or two 9x13 pans). Bake uncovered at 350F for 1 hour.
    NOTES:
    I do not use green pepper (unless I have it in house).
    I use store brand beans home-style or country-style when
    available.
    I use store brand BBQ sauce (honey-BBQ flavor)... but you can use a hickory flavor too... it's all about personal taste.
    I usually add 1 additional can of ‘homestyle’ beans.
    I have used 5 cans (instead of 2 large cans) Bush’s Medium Sauce Chili Beans when they were on sale for 64 cents a can!!
    I do not use clove garlic. I generously season meat when browning and when mixing all the ingredients in pan(s) with Adobo seasoning (it’s a garlic-salt product found in Hispanic aisle at the grocery store) and ground black pepper.
    I have used white sugar rather than brown sugar ... either is OK but I do think that brown sugar gives a better flavor!!

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    omg-my DH would be so happy. (As he sailed around the house backwards). He loves baked beans and bacon and sausage.lol
    Great recipe.

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    I sounds so yummy and filling..

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    WOW this sounds GGGOOODDD!!!

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    ~What is a "large can" in ounces? 16, 29, 55, 117? How many would you say this served? Two 9X13's so I'm thinking 20? Hope so because I see almost $20 in sale priced ingredients there. :O
    I make something similar with this recipe: The Best Baked Beans Ever | The Pioneer Woman Cooks | Ree Drummond I usually just use rendered bacon fat that I've saved in the fridge and skip adding actual meat to make the dish cheaper.~

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