Baked Beans And Sausage

Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Baked Beans and Sausage

This is a definite comfort food dinner for me..My Granny would
make this all the time when I was a kid and it was always a favorite! This sadly isn't her recipe but my rendition of her dish!  I was reminded of this recipe when I saw Slow Cooker Country Ribs And Beans By Food Jaunts! This is a delicious recipe perfect to toss in the crock pot for  dinner later that night or to cook on the stove top for a few hours! To top it off the kids love it too or devour might be a better word! 
I also love how budget friendly this meal is at about 10.00 total to feed 5. That comes out to $2.00 a piece. 
This recipe is also how I make baked beans but I add bacon in with the onions at the beginning of the recipe and drain off the bacon fat.

Saute onions in olive oil until starting to caramelize over medium-high heat. Add garlic and tomato paste. Stir until tomato paste is distributed in with the onions.
Add 3 cups reserved liquid from cooked beans.
Add molasses, brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, dijion mustard and white wine vinegar. Add cooked beans.
Bring to a simmer, cover and cook over low heat or add to the crock pot and cook on low. If cooking on the stove top cook a minimum of 2 hours. 
Use a good sausage. I used a linguica from Silvana meats. They smoke all there own meats and add no additional nitrates.
Chop and add sausage to the beans. Cook for 1 additional hour over low heat. 

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Baked Beans And Sausage

Recipe by Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch
Baked Beans and Sausage an easy, delicious and inexpensive meal that can be made in the crock pot. Recipe includes step by step instructions and photos.
Prep time: PT5M
Cook time: PT3H
Total time: PT3H5M
Yield: 5 Servings
Calories per serving: 506
Fat per serving: 13
  • 1 pound Dried Great Northern Beans, Soaked And Cooked Until Soft
  • 3 cups Bean Water From Cooked Bean Reserved
  • 2 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1 whole Onion, Chopped
  • 4 cloves Garlic, Minced
  • 4 tablespoons Tomato Paste
  • 3/4 cup Brown Sugar
  • 1/4 cup Molasses
  • 1 teaspoon Sea Salt Or To Taste
  • 1 teaspoon Garlic Powder
  • 1 teaspoon Dijon Mustard
  • 1 tablespoon White Wine Vinegar Or Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 1 pound Sausage (Like Linguica), Sliced
Cooking Directions
  1. In a large stock pot saute onions in olive oil over medium-high heat. Add tomato paste and garlic.Continue to stir until tomato paste is evenly distributed with the onions. Add reserved bean water, brown sugar, molasses, sea salt, garlic powder, dijion mustard and vinegar. Add cooked beans. Bring to a simmer turn pot to low and simmer for 2 hours minimum. Or at this point everything can also be dumped into a crock pot and left on low for 8 hours.
  2. Add sliced sausage recover and cook 1 additional hour.


  1. That's it - I am coming for dinner! This looks sooo good! Yum!

  2. I've had baked beans on the brain lately so I guess I'm just going to have to make them :-)

  3. I get so hungry everytime I look at your blog. :) You are amazing with all your meals from scratch! You are my hero! :)
    Make sure to stop by and see Mama Mallard's baby ducklings. She took them to the lake Memorial Day morning. It was a very precious! We really enjoyed the experience. :)
    Have a great week Serena!

  4. I have really started loving beans in the last few years. The combo with the sausage sounds heavenly.

  5. Hi Sweetie! I nominated you for the Food Stories Award. The details are on CJ's site: and on my blog. Love ya!

  6. Delicious dish, love stockpot as it easy to make dinner.Beans and sausage sounds winning combo.

  7. I'm loving your step by step, even for something as simple as Boston Baked Beans. I know Heinz beans are good, but any properly made are just irresistible. Looking forward to more.


  8. I love baked beans and am always looking for a good recipe. Thanks for sharing. I enjoy your recipes and just joined your site.

  9. Ok, so is it just ironic, or are you local to me ?!?!?!?! I found your info on Pioneer Woman ... and you mentioned Silvana Meats in this post... We live on Camano and get almost all our meat from there !!!! What are the chances ?!?!?! lol !:) Love it !

    1. We are neighbors almost! We live in Marysville! Have a fabulous week!

  10. I had this dish quite often growing up, and loved it!
    Pinning to save!

  11. I also have added corn to the beans and sausage.. this time I will add baby corn.


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