Baked Beans

These taste similar to canned baked beans.  Every time I make a batch, they are GONE in no time.  A great way to get your children to eat some pintos!

Baked Beans
2-3 Cups Pinto Beans or some sort of White Beans
3 Tbsp Coconut Sugar (adjust to taste if desired)
2 Tbsp Blackstrap Molasses
1/2- 1 tsp Mustard
1 Onion
2 Tbsp Ketchup
Salt to taste
Little bit of water if needed

1- Dice up your onion into tiny pieces (you can even just run the onion through a food processor).

2- Sautee onion in some Coconut Oil.  Add the coconut sugar, molasses, mustard, and ketchup.  Stir well, this is your “sauce.”

3- Add the beans and salt to taste.  Let simmer for 10 minutes on low heat or until heated through.  Adjust sweetener or salt if needed.


One thought on “Baked Beans

  1. I’m making a brisket this week and plan to make your baked beans as a side dish. Do you use can pinto beans or dry ones? If you use dry ones, do you cook those in a crock pot first??

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