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When I was a kid, I can remember my mother making a hot, steaming casserole pan full of rich and syrupy baked beans.
They were so good to eat! Granted, when dad and grandpa ate this concoction, they often made music together, if you get my drift. LOL! Anyway, haha, these beans will help all the single ladies land their man if they follow this recipe. A way to a man’s heart is through his stomach 🙂 Even though you may have to plug your nose after eating these baked beans, it’s well worth the trouble.
These beans are made with sweet and savory ingredients that are perfect for noshing. I enjoy using this recipe for Sunday dinners with the family and during the holidays. The recipe is super simple to follow and makes a hearty batch of beans for your hungry family. Despite the possible side effects, this is going to turn into a family favorite!
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Quick Tip: If you like your baked beans to be super sweet, try adding a few tablespoons more of brown sugar.