I just love this recipe for Pineapple Baked Beans in the crockpot!
I altered the original recipe from Gooseberry Patch’s Slow Cooking All Year ‘Round for my On the Lighter Side Series.
You start out with the big can of Pork and Beans (28 oz can).
Add a 15 oz can of Pineapple Tidbits- Drained
And 1/2 Cup Brown Sugar Blend Splenda (If you don’t like Splenda, use 1 1/2 Cups Brown Sugar or combine with honey)
I then added 10 slices of chopped Turkey Bacon… if you are morally opposed to anything but “real” bacon, by all means go for it… and have a piece for me 😉
Add in 2 T Worcestershire Sauce and 1 T Soy Sauce.
Stir well and heat on low for 3-5 hours
Crockpot Pineapple Baked Beans
- 28 oz Can Pork and Beans
- 15 oz Can Pineapple Tidbits-Drained
- 1/2 Cup Brown Sugar Splenda Blend
- 14 oz Ketchup
- 2 T Worcestershire Sauce
- 1 T Soy Sauce
- Combine everything in a crockpot and cook on low for 3-5 hours
Want some more crockin’ fun? So far on Crockpot Week we have covered:
And, don’t forget to go check out what my blogging friends are cooking up and some are even giving away a copy of this killer cookbook themselves as well!
Miss Amy’s Egg Brunch Casserole is actually the first recipe in this book! Miss Leah made these spicier version of the Chicken Legs recipe! My pal Miss Heather is also giving away a copy and shared a killer Loaded Potato Soup recipe that I am so wanting to try. Marybeth made this awesome Meatball Stew, Irish Oatmeal, Sweet and Sour Beef AND Broccoli Cheese Soup! Basilmomma is also giving away a copy AND made some yummy Brown Sugar Oatmeal.
Still not enough crockin’?
Check out my 26 Ways to Use a Crock Pot and 17 More Ways to Use a Crock Pot.
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I love baked beans. These look fabulous!