Who says you have to keep your barbecue favorites separate? This mouthwatering baked beans recipe combines classic beans with juicy pork shoulder (plus rich molasses!) for the ultimate mash-up of cookout favorites.
What makes these baked beans the best? The super-simple recipe includes adaptations for flavors like barbecue and salsa, plus a slow cooker option.
You've definitely never had baked beans like this before. Italian ingredients like garlic, tomatoes, and Parmesan and Fontina cheeses make this recipe unlike any other. This twist on classic baked beans will be right at home at a barbecue or an Italian feast.
If you don't have time to bake beans but are still craving this rich side dish, try this shortcut recipe for "baked" beans. No one will ever guess that they're cooked on your stove top!
Get your spoon ready to tackle these giant baked lima beans! Baked beans get a Spanish makeover in this recipe, thanks to grape tomatoes, roasted sweet peppers, and Marcona almonds.
If you're looking to update a classic, this baked bean recipe keeps the traditional ingredients, like molasses and brown sugar, and layers them over five types of beans. You'll have a quick side for any gathering with only 20 minutes of prep time,.
We beefed up a traditional baked bean recipe with rich stout beer, peppered bacon, and fiery jalapeno. Classic seasonings like mustard and Worcestershire make sure this go-to side still tastes like Mom's.
The "Boston" in Boston baked beans comes from the molasses historically made there. True to its heritage, this recipe's navy beans are cooked to tender perfection in a sweet molasses sauce.
Look out—these beans are hot! Dried ancho peppers and fresh jalapenos give this dish a big kick of fiery flavor. Adding brown sugar and molasses gives these baked beans the perfect balance of sweet and spicy.
A bottle of your favorite hot salsa is the ticket for a baked bean recipe that combines sweetness with a little heat. Add extra kick by swapping yellow mustard with a spicy brown variety.
Three kinds of white beans—navy, butter, and garbanzo—give this side dish a light color and taste that's perfect for summer or fall. Garnish with fresh yellow and red tomatoes for even more appeal.
Smoked Virginia ham is the perfect savory addition to classic baked beans. Serve this recipe with fresh slaw for a great flavor pairing. The vinegar in the slaw offsets the sweetness of the beans.
This delectable bean recipe serves up a double dose of bacon. Half goes in with the beans for a salty, savory flavor, and the other half is sprinkled on top for a crispy crunch.
Flavored with fragrant rosemary, parsley, and fresh lemon, this recipe offers a light twist on baked beans. The mixed-in vegetable broth and sour cream make the beans extra tender.
This colorful medley combines the flavors and textures of five different beans. And with a little chopped bacon, this baked bean recipe becomes irresistible.