My mom used to make some beans like these, God bless her!
When I started to have Easter at my house every year, I wanted to serve baked beans with the traditional ham. I set out on a mission to find baked beans like I remembered from my childhood. Beans that are flavored with bacon, thick with brown sugar that has caramelized from long, slow baking, and that have that perfect balance between the sweetness of the sugar and the tanginess of the ketchup and mustard. It took several batches of beans, and a few disappointing recipes until I settled on this one. It is a little bit sweet, and gooey, and bacony, and thick, and I just love it! The canned beans just don’t compare to making your own baked beans at home.
It is super simple, too. The hardest part is frying up the bacon, and chopping the onion, but once that is done, you just throw everything together. Having…
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