Three Bean Bake

Baked Beans Perfect for Any BBQ

What’s better at a BBQ than baked beans?  My family grew up on this recipe that I brought from Pennsylvania to Florida in 1983.  So, you know I’ve been making these a long, long, long time.

I know the recipe calls for three different kinds of beans, but sometimes I get a little more creative and add some of those wonderful black beans that are so popular now.  Use whatever canned beans you like.  Your baking dish will be full of a terrific recipe with appeal to all.

Three Bean Bake

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Ingredients:
1 pound ground beef, browned
1/2 pound pepperoni, sliced
2 16 oz cans pork and beans
1 16 oz can kidney beans
1 16 oz can butter beans
2 tablespoons white vinegar
2 tablespoons mustard
2 cup ketchup plus 1 cup water
1 package of dried onion soup
1/2 cup brown sugar

Mix in a large bowl.

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Pour into large baking dish.

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Decorate with pepperoni slices.

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Bake 400 degrees for 45 minutes.

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Enjoy,

Roseddy

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Three Bean Bake

My family grew up on this recipe that I brought from Pennsylvania to Florida in 1983. So, you know I’ve been making these a long, long, long time. The recipe calls for three different kinds of beans, but sometimes I get a little more creative and add some of those wonderful black beans that are so popular now. Use whatever canned beans you like.

Ingredients:

1 pound ground beef, browned
1/2 pound pepperoni, sliced
2 16 oz cans pork and beans
1 16 oz can kidney beans
1 16 oz can butter beans
2 tablespoons white vinegar
2 tablespoons mustard
2 cup ketchup plus 1 cup water
1 package of dried onion soup
1/2 cup brown sugar

Directions:

Mix in a large bowl. Pour into large baking dish. Decorate with pepperoni slices. Bake 400 degrees for 45 minutes.

The matriarch of Live Pretty, Roseddy, lives with her husband and children in Orlando, Florida. She is a native of Waynesburg, PA, but she has called the Sunshine State home for over thirty years. In addition to being a fantastic cook, Roseddy is an accomplished seamstress and former Home Economics instructor. Her flower arranging talents are the stuff of legend, and she is a valued member of her church’s altar guild. Roseddy enjoys entertaining, traveling with her husband, and, of course, a good martini.

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