We recently attended a holiday celebration and I made baked beans to take along.
In case you haven't noticed, I like things that are simply and easily made, and this recipe is no exception!
Because this was going to be for a crowd, I doubled the recipe. Of course, you can cut it down however much you need to.
There are only FOUR ingredients: Campbell's Pork & Beans, ketchup, light brown sugar, and ground (or dry) mustard. (Those of you who happen to know my tastes well, know that I do NOT like mustard at all, but I really cannot taste this in the beans, and because it's not the yellow mustard that you put on a hot dog or a hamburger, I can handle it in a recipe.)
Preheat the oven at 325 degrees, then open up 6 - 11 oz. cans of pork & beans, and put them in a big bowl.
Add one and a half (1 1/2) cups of brown sugar.
Then add 1 cup of ketchup, and make it look like a face. That's just to add a little excitement to your day.
Lastly, add 2 teaspoons of ground mustard. Now it looks like the face is saying, "OH NO!!"
Ruin the face by mixing the ingredients well.
Now comes the hardest part of all...spray Pam in your cake pan. I used a disposable pan since we were going to take it somewhere and it would be easy to dispose of.
Cover it with foil.
Bake it for an hour and 45 minutes at 325.
Bake for another 45 minutes uncovered.