I made these for a potluck and they were a huge hit!
Blazin' Baked Beans
srfrgrl Posted: 11/12/08
lfinney Posted: 07/15/09
I have made these several times for potlucks and 4th of July bbq and everyone loves them. Agree that you can cut back the sugar & bbq sauce to your own liking, as they are a little on the sweet side. Have mixed beans: black, white, pinto, kidney etc, and in a pinch used 2 cans of Bush's bbq baked beans, but it's the chipotle that makes these so special.
Sassssiekati Posted: 11/13/09
I ended up using canned baked beans and regular mustard and it was AWESOME!!!!!!! EVERYONE loved it. I had leftovers and my son ate them for breakfast. I highly recommend this recipe to EVERYONE!!!!
mjmayinsf Posted: 05/16/10
Used 2 cans navy beans and one can Great Northern; halved everything else. Very tasty and SPICY! Those chipotles pack some heat. Served with Barbecued Pork Tenderloin, Corn Fritter Casserole and Peanutty Slaw. Great meal.
steponme Posted: 05/31/11
We love these baked beans! I never buy the ready made anymore (Bush). These are the only baked beans I prepare for our cookouts.
beamandbud Posted: 06/08/13
This is a great recipe! I made one batch for an RV campout with about 20 people, there wasn't a bean leftover! I used Stubb's BBQ sauce and a red onion. Delish!
mikegallo Posted: 08/08/12
AWESOME. Good heat.I made this for guests and was worried about the heat but after this can baked beans just won't do.
AmyNJames Posted: 07/05/13
The adults loved these beans at our 4th of July cookout. They were too spicy for the pre-teens. I will make this again, but cut down on the chipotle chiles by half.