The Crafty Cook’s Way To An Amazing Baked Casserole
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Are you tired of eating boring old baked beans? Would you like to try baked beans with a kick? Then, you need to try this awesome baked bean casserole out. I’m telling you; these beans get gobbled up quicker than carter’s got liver pills at my house. If you’re too young to understand that reference, ask your grandma 🙂
This casserole combines all your love for baked beans with hints of brown sugar and bacon! We all love bacon. If you know someone who doesn’t love bacon, consider sending them a sympathy card. I enjoy making this casserole during the holidays or at any family gathering. It always gets cheers and never any jeers.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network and Trisha Yearwood.
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Quick Tip: Serve this casserole piping hot from the oven.