Baked Bean Chili
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    Default Baked Bean Chili

    I had some left over baked beans, the brown sugar and bacon kind, and really did not know what to do with them all. Concocted this for the crockpot, wow, it is divine!

    1 can of baked beans (I used Bush's brown sugar and bacon)
    1 pound of ground beef ( I used a bit less than a pound)
    Green pepper, diced
    Onion, diced
    Garlic, minced
    1 can of stewed tomatoes with herbs
    Chili powder and seasoning salt to taste

    Brown ground beef with pepper, onion, and garlic. Then add all incgredients to the crockpot and cook on low all day.

    This is yummy, sort of a sweet flavor. Next time I am going to add a couple of drops of liquid smoke to bring out the bacon flavor a little more. Everyone that tried it just loved it. Pretty cheap recipe too. I figured it out for around $4-5 for the pot full and it makes a lot.

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    Mmmmm sounds good!! I'm going to have to give it a try.

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    Thanks sounds really good

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    Sounds great! I'll definitely be giving it a try.

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    Sounds delicious. I am printing off the recipe and adding it to my going to cook soon cookbook . Thanks for sharing it with us

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    I have used baked beans in my chili before when I didn't have chili beans and it's always great. I also add a little salsa to my chili.

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